St. Joseph’s Hospital sued Maricopa County to recover for the care of two indigent patients who had been hospitalized for emergency treatment at St. Joseph’s. The trial court granted the hospital’s motion for summary judgment and the county appeals.
Health care providers who have been unable to collect sums claimed to be due for services they provided to medicare beneficiaries sued in the district court to recover damages from a number of individuals and entities. These consolidated appeals challenge the dismissal for want of subject matter jurisdiction in one action and the granting of […]
Cameron Lee Cornell (defendant) petitions this court to review the court of appeals decision to decline jurisdiction over his special action. We have jurisdiction pursuant to article 6, Â§ 5(3) of the Arizona Constitution.
Practitioners of Western herbal medicine in Australia rely on plant species which are almost exclusively alien or exotic. The materia medica requirements for courses approved by the National Herbalists Association of Australia (Hammer 2009) (i.e. the individual medicinal plants herbalists study during their training) reveal very few plants which are native or indigenous to Australia. […]
As the uncontested dictator of the Soviet Union for nearly 25 years, Joseph Stalin made no attempt to gain popular support among his nation, but enforced his interpretation of communist-socialist rule by means of unremitting oppression and terror. He caused severe suffering to vast numbers of his compatriots, and the deaths of many millions of […]