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SEATTLE (AP) — Randy Kinley, a Lummi tribal member, harvests salmon, clams and oysters innorthwest Washington, and eats what he catches about three or four times a week.Washington waters are supposed to be clean enough to protect people who eat fish from rivers,streams and lakes, but the state...
I'm representing the citizen's group in this litigation that seeks to hold the state agency accountable for failing to abide by Alaska statutes that require compliance with borough land use plans "to the maximum extent consistent with state interests." BY ANDREW WELLNERFrontiersman - Published on...
A dam poor idea - Anchorage Press: News: Cheap green electricity! For a hundred years! No risk, nohassle. Yes, my friend, you are a winner. Everyone's awinner, especially Anchorage.
(Talkeetna, AK) -- Alaskan residents have been forced to file an appeal in state Superior Court after the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) reversed long-standing precedent by deciding to allow toxic herbicide spraying along Alaska Railroad rights-of-ways that threatens surface...
Friday's New York Times online carried Paul Krugman's analysis of the developing housing mortgage crisis. As the Nobel-prize-winning economist explains, it is becomes clear that no arm of government-- not the regulators, the courts, or the White House-- are fully ready to confront the fact that...
We had the honor of participating in a consumer law conference at Fort Richardson's National Guard Armory on September 9. Judge advocates, paralegals and civilian attorneys with all military services based in Alaska came together in a one day CLE session for courses focusing on protecting...
Today's New York Times carries a comprehensive story about the growing crisis as more and more courts across the country are recognizing that they have been asked to foreclose on homes based on faked and non-existent documentation.
The Anchorage Daily News story today about the life and times of Talkeetna bush pilot Cliff Hudson covers only part of what made Cliff Hudson irreplaceable.As we enter the second decade of the 21st century enmeshed in the web of our cell phone devices and digital links to the virtual world, the...
Tuesday, November 24, 2009 Alaska Supreme Court Rejects Debt Collectors' First Amendment Defense by Deepak Gupta With increasing frequency, debt collectors accused of engaging in abusive tactics in the context of consumer collection litigation have been raising a novel defense...
In a case closely watched by consumer groups and the debt collection industry, the Alaska Supreme Court handed down a decision yesterday statingBecause we conclude that it would not unconstitutionally burden the defendants’ petitioning activities to require them to litigate debt collection claims...