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When they are established, non-profit corporation to make regulations, but not enough to create legal rules both recently confirmed. Periodically, these rules should be reviewed (and possibly update). Regarding the composition and organizational structure and operations, the household budget allows to set the rules.

Regarding the definition of “belonging” and the nature of the voting rights of the members, “the case has recently emerged as a dispute. In both cases, to become a member and participate in the annual organizational meeting to elect new leadership, disgruntled members of other non-profit organizations rallied to join the organization. In both cases, what it takes to become “members” who are entitled to vote, making the case complicated and vulnerable non-profit organization, the rules are not clear.

For nonprofit directors and the board to review the regulations to ensure that the internal practices that bring the objectives of non-profit and long-term rules, this case illustrates the importance of now more than ever. In doing so, it must be changed or modified to provide the operating current or desired, you can find oddities in the regulations may need to change and definitions.

Divine Rights of Kings disguised as USA jurisprudence of the Judiciary

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Case Law

1) Prologue

By the time you finish reading this article, you will understand that the destruction of private property rights OUR people much more serious situation than most American citizens realize. Quite simply, the destruction of private property disguised as Judicial Decisions is a regression in the progress of humanity. This is a step back from the government on the basis of “the Body of Approval” for philosophy previous government by “divine right of kings.”

However, before you can understand the simple construction of this scandalous violation of this writer should enlighten you with the knowledge you accidentally cut government education / indoctrination. It frustrated writer should explain some topics that should be obvious to most Americans. Our similarity of education, culture, history and experience in the construction of these two should be natural with 18.

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After reading this article 10, the essence of these ideas will be clear. This author believes that the perception of reality offered here almost mirrors that of the founding fathers as they declared our independence and made the country, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. (Do not be intimidated, I’m not smarter than you.)

Our intellectual journey will take place after these 10 steps to enlightenment:

1) Prologue

In Alone in the Tax Court of Review – Case Law Research Method

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Case Law

Do you work in the legal or related to the continuation area, the possibility that sooner or later you will explore the legal cases. Jurisprudence generated when judges interpret and apply the laws in addition to your case that came before them. These cases and decisions made by the judge prepared just in case journalists and stored in a law library and the official database. Here are some tips to help you search jurisprudence if the need ever arises.

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Identify the problem. The first step in the search for jurisprudence can identify the problem you are trying to accomplish. Are you trying to see if the law supports the petition to support young people? Or, if you want to study for a DUI defense? Writing down your problems and circle the words that are relevant to your specific problem.

Determine jurisdiction. Laws vary from state to state. You should consult the law of the jurisdiction concerned with your case to ensure that your legal research relevant to a particular problem. Cases are usually held in reporter in accordance with the jurisdiction in which they appear (eg Pacific Reporter, Reporter East, etc.).

Browse the Index. Using the key words you circled Once you identify the problem, find the index with reporters competence. Reporters found in various local law library. Independent volume index (usually several separate volume) cases of journalists and organize the event of the alphabet, the problem and the name of the party.

Constitutional Law : Revisiting Marbury

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Constitutional Law

Q: I just want to make sure I have the right to cook down. Thus, the lower court may see the situation, in order to explain a potential unconstitutional law – according to official statistics, the Marshall bill by way of judicial interpretation of section 13, so that the bill violates the Constitution establishes the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in Marbury v. Madison .

A: I might phrase a little different. As he read the Judiciary Act was intended to give the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in the case of appropriate remedies to fulfill its obligations under. Because instructions are Marbury remedy the situation, then the bill attempted to give the court jurisdiction. However, this is not to say that within the scope of the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court declined, in the case under Article. Therefore, there is a constitutional issue.

Q: unofficial, Marshall explained that the law is too broad ways. The law seems to appeal the case to the Supreme Court jurisdiction, and he explained that the courts always have the original instructions writ jurisdiction.

A: This is a fair criticism. Marshall’s judicial interpretation of the bill is not the most intuitive (although it has its defenders). For me, the language seems to be related to (a) the time what the court can do to exercise its appellate jurisdiction, or (b) more generally, the definition, the court is entitled to remedies issued, requiring the court has jurisdiction over situation. Marshall has used both of these readings, of course, he would be forced to conclude that the lack of subject matter jurisdiction to reach the constitutional issues before the court. Therefore, the Court can not be discussed at length power of judicial review. Therefore, we would like to stay, yes, the law might be reading a bit hypocritical Marshall. But we do not know for sure. He never admitted to intentionally subvert the language of the law to achieve the questions he wanted answered.

How to use the law to win this case

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Case Law

It contains details of the arguments and the final decision in detail. This is very useful for lawyers to make their arguments in similar cases. Most lawyers will have a set of legal cases of different types of cases. Many law firms even support libraries such things.

There are different types of cases in various courts. Most cases have some similarities in either a field. It could be a flight mode or modes of murder in a criminal case. It could be a similarity between the modes to create a duplicate record in civil cases. When the case comes to court, both sides will argue their points. These points will be recorded by the court. Then there will be a supporting evidence for verification. Here, too, the two sides will discuss the reliability of the evidence. This argument is also recorded. The court will go through these arguments and come to a conclusion, and based this conclusion will give the final verdict. All this will be recorded in detail, including the view of the court and comment on certain specific arguments put forward by one of the lawyers.

Fast, simple and now stylish: Google Chrome with Artist Themes

We’re always keen to share updates about our browser Google Chrome. This past month, we launched a new stable release with speed improvements and updates to key features, as well as a little something extra to make your browser pop: themes. Today, we’re excited to build on this initial splash of color. We invited leading artists, architects, musicians, illustrators, filmmakers and fashion and interior designers from around the globe to create artwork for an unusual canvas: the modern web browser. The result? Artist Themes for Google Chrome, a fusion of art and technology, with a hundred Artist Themes that we hope will enrich and personalize your web browsing experience.

We’re honored to have had the opportunity to work with artists including Jeff Koons, Jenny Holzer, Karim Rashid, Jonathan Adler, Oscar de la Renta, Anita Kunz, Tom Sachs, Kate Spade, Donna Karan, Kid Robot, Casey Reas, Dolce & Gabbana, Michael Graves, Todd Oldham, Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Mariah Carey (and that’s just to name a few!). We would like to extend our thanks to all the artists for lending their vision, imagination and hard work to this collaboration.

For a behind-the-scenes look at one illustrator’s unique creative process, check out the Google Chrome Blog. And for a preview of these themes, here’s a video flipbook we’ve compiled to showcase some of the artistry behind this project:

If you haven’t tried Google Chrome recently, download the latest version and give the Artist Themes a whirl. If you’re already using Google Chrome, check out the themes gallery and try on your favorite Artist Themes.

Introducing Google Public DNS

When you type www.wikipedia.org into your browser’s address bar, you expect nothing less than to be taken to Wikipedia. Chances are you’re not giving much thought to the work being done in the background by the Domain Name System, or DNS.

Today, as part of our ongoing effort to make the web faster, we’re launching our own public DNS resolver called Google Public DNS, and we invite you to try it out.

Most of us aren’t familiar with DNS because it’s often handled automatically by our Internet Service Provider (ISP), but it provides an essential function for the web. You could think of it as the switchboard of the Internet, converting easy-to-remember domain names — e.g., www.google.com — into the unique Internet Protocol (IP) numbers — e.g., 74.125.45.100 — that computers use to communicate with one another.

The average Internet user ends up performing hundreds of DNS lookups each day, and some complex pages require multiple DNS lookups before they start loading. This can slow down the browsing experience. Our research has shown that speed matters to Internet users, so over the past several months our engineers have been working to make improvements to our public DNS resolver to make users’ web-surfing experiences faster, safer and more reliable. You can read about the specific technical improvements we’ve made in our product documentation and get installation instructions from our product website.

If you’re web-savvy and comfortable with changing your network settings, check out the Google Code Blog for detailed instructions and more information on how to set up Google Public DNS on your computer or router.

As people begin to use Google Public DNS, we plan to share what we learn with the broader web community and other DNS providers, to improve the browsing experience for Internet users globally. The goal of Google Public DNS is to benefit users worldwide while also helping the tens of thousands of DNS resolvers improve their services, ultimately making the web faster for everyone.

Helping the victims of Tropical Storm Ketsana

Last weekend, Tropical Storm Ketsana (local name “Ondoy”) pounded Manila and nearby areas of the Philippines with a month’s worth of rain in just a few hours, resulting in floods that covered 80% of the city with as much as 20 feet of water. The typhoon left in its wake nearly 300 people dead and hundreds of thousands displaced.

We’re very saddened by the losses the Filipino people have sustained during this calamity. To help you stay up to date on the disaster and contribute to the relief efforts, we’ve put up a Help for Typhoon Ondoy Victims in the Philippines page that contains the latest news from local media outlets, lists of verified donation sites and emergency hotlines, and a volunteer-maintained map of persons needing rescue.

Filipinos have been posting videos of the flooding and its aftermath on YouTube. You can also visualize the overflows along main rivers and bays in Google Earth with this kmz file.

If you’re familiar with Google Maps and would like to get involved in the effort to map missing persons, relief centers and road conditions, you can email the volunteer team at typhoonondoy@googlegroups.com. We will continue to update the page with the latest information and imagery, and keep your eye on the Lat Long blog for updates about disaster relief efforts.

Sharing with Google Groups

As more and more businesses and organizations “go Google,” we find that many of the features we develop based on feedback from large enterprises end up benefiting all of our users. We recently rolled out improvements to the way Google Groups interacts with several of our applications. Now, sharing calendars, sites and documents with multiple people is easy — instead of adding people one at a time, you can simply share with an entire Google Group.

As an example, imagine you’re organizing a local intramural softball team tournament. You use Google Docs to keep track of the rosters for each team as well as each team’s performance.


You want all the players, but only the players, to have editing access. You already have a Google Group set up with the tournament participants, so you simply share the spreadsheet with the group itself, granting the group members permission to edit.



Now, when people join or leave the Google Group, they will automatically gain or lose editing access to the spreadsheet. It’s that easy.

This was a feature that people wanted to “just work” — and now it does. Go ahead and try it out with your sites, calendars and documents!

“Going Google” with Google Apps

Every morning, millions of people wake up to a very refreshing experience at work. They don’t see “mailbox is full” errors in their email. They don’t worry about backing up their data. They can get to any file they need from any computer, anywhere with Internet access and a browser. They can all access and edit the same documents and spreadsheets at the same time as their colleagues. They use Gmail and Google Calendar at work as fluidly and easily as they use their personal Gmail accounts. They video, voice and text chat with their peers globally as naturally as they send email.

The IT people at these companies and organizations don’t waste time or money buying, installing or managing email servers. They focus on the smart, innovative stuff they want to work on, because they never have to bother with expensive and painful software upgrades, hardware compatibility issues or managing data centers. They have left many IT frustrations and costs behind and moved on to something better.

Here at Google, we have a term for the moment a company realizes there’s a better way and goes for it: “going Google.” Over 1.75 million businesses, schools and organizations have gone Google — including Motorola, University of Notre Dame, the Mercy Corps and many more — and each day, 3,000 more organizations join them. We want every organization to understand the benefits of going Google, so today we’re telling the story in a new way. We’re kicking off a series of outdoor billboards in four cities — Boston, Chicago, New York and San Francisco — that will change every weekday for the next four weeks. The billboards tell the story of an anonymous IT manager who gets so fed up with the typical IT status quo that his company eventually — you guessed it — goes Google. Here’s a preview:

Visit www.google.com/appsatwork to get more information about the benefits of going Google. Already gone Google? Tweet your story and check out our tools to help spread the word.

Congratulations Eric Yang, winner of the 2008-2009 National Geographic Bee

1. Timis County shares its name with a tributary of the Danube and is located in the western part of which European country?

2. Name this eastern European capital city, where a flight from the southeast would approach the city by flying over the Rhodope Mountains.

3. Name this city in Oceania, the largest on South Island, where a flight from the west would approach the city by flying over the Southern Alps.

If you’re stumped, you’re not alone! For 55 fourth- to eighth-graders, though, these sorts of questions represented the culmination of months of hard work studying maps and absorbing geographic knowledge.

Earlier today I had the honor of speaking at the championship round of the 2008-2009 National Geographic Bee — moderated by Jeopardy!’s Alex Trebek for the 21st year. This year, Google Earth is sponsoring the Bee in support of its mission to raise awareness and support of geography education. Held at National Geographic’s Washington, D.C. headquarters and broadcast on public television stations across the country, the competition inspires and challenges students to better understand the world around them. 
Eric Yang, who didn’t miss a single question in the finals, won on the third question of a tiebreaker round by answering the first question above. Eric, a 7th grader from Texas, has already scored 2200 on his SATs!
It wasn’t just the students who came away from the day re-energized and excited about geography. I was also lucky enough to meet a number of passionate educators like Rebecca Montgomery, a teacher from Mississippi, who administered the state bee there this year and told me that “the bee had a tremendous impact on our schools this year and I know now what we need to do to get kids ready to learn geography.”
Here at Google, we’re always excited to see how innovative teachers are using tools like Google Earth and Maps to engage students by putting the world’s geographic information at their fingertips. I’m particularly happy to have been part of the Bee today because geography and mapping were such a big part of what led me to help create Google Earth. I’m not the only Googler who fell in love with maps at an early age, though. Check out this video to see how some of my fellow mapmakers started down the path that eventually brought them to their current profession:

We’ll be watching to see what lies ahead for today’s passionate young geo whizzes. Congrats again to all the Bee competitors, and happy exploring!

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Introducing this year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists as iGoogle artists!

We’re always delighted to introduce new design flair to our user experience, especially through the personal expression of iGoogle themes. As a canvas for artists to express themselves and reach Google users around the world, we’ve shared more than 125 iGoogle Artist themes since May 2008. Today, I’m excited to announce ten new artist themes, all from talented up-and-coming fashion designers you may not have already heard of.

Each year, Vogue and CFDA sponsor a fashion fund, created to support emerging designers. Through inspiration drawn from Google, our colors and our products, this year’s ten finalists have created both incredible fashions and corresponding iGoogle themes. From the high-tech and contemporary designs of Wayne to the Google Maps-inspired work of Sophie Theallet, each of these ten new themes is a unique way to refresh your homepage’s fall wardrobe.

Artist themes are one of many ways we invite talented artists and innovators to share their designs, whether world-renowned or emerging. So check out the latest Artist themes and pick one that appeals to you.


Finally, we’d like to offer our congratulations to this year’s Fashion Fund finalists. We’re proud to be showcasing them in our iGoogle artist themes. Based on their iGoogle themes and design entries, their talents are obvious and we’re happy to see them recognized!

Making URLs shorter for Google Toolbar and FeedBurner

This morning, we launched updated versions of the Google Toolbar and FeedBurner that offer a new URL shortening service from Google called the Google URL Shortener. We mentioned our URL shortener as a feature in both announcements, so we wanted to say a little more about how this product works and why we’re offering it.

People share a lot of links online. This is particularly true as microblogging services such as Twitter have grown in popularity. If you’re not familiar with them, URL shorteners basically squeeze a long URL into fewer characters to make it easier to share with others. With character limits in tweets, status updates and other modes of short form publishing, a shorter URL leaves more room to say what’s on your mind — and that’s why people use them.

First, we think people who use the Google Toolbar and FeedBurner will benefit from a shortener that is easily accessible — making it faster and easier to share, post and email links. Second, we’ve built this on Google’s global infrastructure to offer the following benefits:

  • Stability: Google’s scalable, multi-datacenter infrastructure provides great uptime and a reliable service to our users.
  • Security: As we do with web search, shortened URLs are automatically checked to detect sites that may be malicious and warn users when the short URL resolves to such sites.
  • Speed: At Google we like fast products and we’ve worked hard to ensure this service is quick. We’ll continue to iterate and improve the speed of Google Url Shortener.

Google URL shortener is not a stand-alone service; you can’t use it to shorten links directly. Currently, Google URL Shortener is only available from the Google Toolbar and FeedBurner. If the service proves useful, we may eventually make it available for a wider audience in the future.

We’re excited about enabling this functionality — try it for Toolbar and FeedBurner!

Investing in innovation at Google

Eric said during our third quarter earnings call that “innovation is the technological pre-condition for growth.” He was talking about the kind of innovation that’s only possible when you can attract and retain the world’s finest minds. Some come to Google through acquisition, like the people who created Google Earth (formerly Keyhole), or the folks at Android Inc. — but most innovation coming out of Google is homegrown.

A good example is Google Chrome, which in only a year, has more than 30 million active users. Larry and Sergey recently gave the Chrome team a Founders Award, a multimillion-dollar stock bonus shared by the Googlers who worked across functions and regions to create and launch that product. As its name suggests, this award is presented by our founders to celebrate the kind of large-scale, game-changing achievements that Google stands for. The Chrome team joined a long list of teams — including Gmail, AdSense for Content, Google Maps and parts of our sales and marketing units — who have won this award (and could win again!).

We want to continue to create products that rethink industry standards, challenge the status quo and make people’s lives easier — and we know that there are great minds out there with the same goal. Recently, we announced that we’re starting to ramp up hiring for positions across the company, continuing our investment in the future as we imagine it. That future is shaped by small teams of creative people who want to make a difference. We’re on the hunt for these kind of people — let us know if you think you’re one of them.

New features and languages for Google Insights for Search

Since launching Google Insights for Search a year ago, we’ve been providing daily insight into what the world is searching for. Whether you’re an advertiser looking to expand keyword lists, an economist analyzing economic trends or just looking to settle a popularity contest, Google Insights for Search can help provide the answers.

Looking at search trends helps you understand when, where and how the world’s interests have changed. Simply type in search terms to see how search query volume has evolved over time, in which geographic regions search interest is greatest and other related searches.

Today, we are proud to announce that Insights for Search is now available in 39 languages around the world. We’re also introducing a forecasting feature for some queries based on an extrapolation of the historical trends and search patterns. And to help you visualize these changes and trends, we’ve also added an animated map so you can watch how search interest changes over time in different locations.

You can check out some of these cool features in our video below.

Visit Google Insights for Search and see what the world is searching for. You can also keep on top of the latest trends by adding a customizable gadget to your iGoogle page or embedding a gadget directly on your website.