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COBALLES v. Spokane County

... 4 Sacred Heart filed an animal bite incident report with the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS), a department established by the county's board of county commissioners to administer and enforce animal control provisions of the county code. ...

Union Elevator & Warehouse Co. v. STATE EX REL. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

¶ 2 During the 1990s, the Department of Transportation (DOT) undertook a project to redesign and upgrade State Route 395. As a result of the DOT's project, Union Elevator lost feasible access to its grain elevator facility. In 1996, Union Elevator filed a complaint for inverse ...

Endicott v. Icicle Seafoods, Inc.

... A. Background. ¶ 8 The United States Constitution extends the judicial power of the federal courts "to all cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction," preserving the general maritime law as a species of federal common law. US Const. art. ...