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- Stephanie W. v. Maxwell V. (2/28/2014) sp-6869
- [Family Law] (general rules re: defer to trial court in custody
decisions; good-faith allegations re: parental misconduct)
- Christianson v. Conrad-Houston Insurance (2/21/2014) sp-6868
- [Contracts] (K limitations statute; discovery rule,
- [Procedure, Civil] (K limitations statute; discovery rule,
- [Torts] (K limitations statute; discovery rule,
- McAlpine v. Priddle (2/21/2014) sp-6866
- [Attorneys and Judges] (fee arbitration issues not reviewable)
- BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc. v. State, Dept. of Revenue (2/19/2014) sp-6867
- [Administrative Agencies] (assess property tax, Alaska Pipeline)
- [Municipal Corporations] (assess property tax, Alaska Pipeline)
- Denali Citizens Council v. State, Dept. of Natural Resources (2/14/2014) sp-6865
- [Administrative Agencies] (appeal involving agency expertise)
- [Procedure, Appellate] (appeal involving agency expertise)
- Sagers v. Sackinger (2/14/2014) sp-6864
- [Family Law] (custody issue, trial court discretion)
- [Procedure, Civil] (continuance, trial court has discretion; can’t disqualify
judge based on adverse rulings)
- Coppe v. Bleicher (2/14/2014) sp-6863
- [Procedure, Appellate] (pro se waiver of issue not briefed or raised below)
- [Workers' Compensation] (conflicting medical testimony, defer to Board; pro se
waiver of issue not briefed or raised below)
- In Re Necessity for the Hospitalization of Daniel G. (2/7/2014) sp-6862
- [Administrative Agencies] (ex parte psychiatric evaluation order)
- [Procedure, Civil] (Mootness doctrine, 2 exceptions)
- Welton v. State, Dept. of Corrections (1/3/2014) sp-6861
- [Procedure, Appellate] (No appeal from a DOC administrative decision, 3
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