Administrative Law

  • McGlinchy v. State, Department of Natural Resources     In McGlinchy v. State, Department of Natural Resources, the supreme court affirmed the lower court’s decision holding that the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) had not misapplied the law in denying the appellants permit to mine a mineral deposit for use as construction rock.2 In May 2010, M & M Constructors, owned by James ...
  • Nunamta Alukestai v. State   In Nunamta Alukestai v. State, Pebble Limited Partnership (“PLP”) applied for, and received, a Miscellaneous Land ...
  • Haar v. State, Dep’t of Administration   In Haar v. State, Dep’t of Administration, Initial ...
  • State, Alaska Police Standards Council v. Parcell     In State, Alaska Police Standards Council v. Parcell, Following a string of sexually offensive behavior towards his coworkers as well as borderline dishonesty in the ensuing investigation of his conduct, Parcell, a police officer, found his ...
  • State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services v. Gross   In State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services v. Gross, the supreme court held that the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services does not need to replicate the federal Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”) analysis to determine state interim assistance benefits, but cannot deny state benefits to persons eligible for SSI who are unable ...
  • Adamson v. Municipality of Anchorage   In Adamson v. Municipality of Anchorage, After working as a firefighter for the Municipality of Anchorage for over thirty years, John Adamson retired in ...
  • Blas v. State, Dep’t of Labor & Workforce Development   In Blas v. State, Dep’t of Labor & Workforce Development, In 2011 ...
  • Ellingson v. Lloyd   In Ellingson v. Lloyd, Charles Dorman, a bison farmer on Kodiak Island, owned more than 200 bison that he kept on land he acquired in two grazing leases from ...
  • Garibay v. State, Dept. of Administration   In Garibay v. State, Dept. of Administration, Here, a seemingly drunk man ran into and yelled at a woman in a grocery store, and ...
  • Grundberg v. Alaska State Commission for Human Rights In Grundberg v. Alaska State Commission for Human Rights, the supreme court held that, per statutory authority, the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights (“the Commission”) has the discretion to dismiss a complaint when the complainant files a second claim in court “based on the same facts,” even when one complaint alleges new facts ...

Administrative Law

  • McGlinchy v. State, Department of Natural Resources     In McGlinchy v. State, Department of Natural Resources, the supreme court affirmed the lower court’s decision holding that the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) had not misapplied the law in denying the appellants permit to mine a mineral deposit for use as construction rock.2 In May 2010, M & M Constructors, owned by James ...
  • Nunamta Alukestai v. State   In Nunamta Alukestai v. State, Pebble Limited Partnership (“PLP”) applied for, and received, a Miscellaneous Land ...
  • Haar v. State, Dep’t of Administration   In Haar v. State, Dep’t of Administration, Initial ...
  • State, Alaska Police Standards Council v. Parcell     In State, Alaska Police Standards Council v. Parcell, Following a string of sexually offensive behavior towards his coworkers as well as borderline dishonesty in the ensuing investigation of his conduct, Parcell, a police officer, found his ...
  • State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services v. Gross   In State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services v. Gross, the supreme court held that the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services does not need to replicate the federal Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”) analysis to determine state interim assistance benefits, but cannot deny state benefits to persons eligible for SSI who are unable ...
  • Adamson v. Municipality of Anchorage   In Adamson v. Municipality of Anchorage, After working as a firefighter for the Municipality of Anchorage for over thirty years, John Adamson retired in ...
  • Blas v. State, Dep’t of Labor & Workforce Development   In Blas v. State, Dep’t of Labor & Workforce Development, In 2011 ...
  • Ellingson v. Lloyd   In Ellingson v. Lloyd, Charles Dorman, a bison farmer on Kodiak Island, owned more than 200 bison that he kept on land he acquired in two grazing leases from ...
  • Garibay v. State, Dept. of Administration   In Garibay v. State, Dept. of Administration, Here, a seemingly drunk man ran into and yelled at a woman in a grocery store, and ...
  • Grundberg v. Alaska State Commission for Human Rights In Grundberg v. Alaska State Commission for Human Rights, the supreme court held that, per statutory authority, the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights (“the Commission”) has the discretion to dismiss a complaint when the complainant files a second claim in court “based on the same facts,” even when one complaint alleges new facts ...