Business Law

  • Alpine Energy, LLC v. Matanuska Electric Ass’n In Alpine Energy, LLC v. Matanuska Electric Ass’n, the supreme court held that an electric cogeneration facility’s self-certification of qualifying facility status does not constitute a federal determination of said qualifying status, and therefore it is reasonable to require subsequent formal certification. Federal law requires utilities to provide energy at a lower price to ...
  • Pister v. State, Dept. of Revenue   In Pister v. State, Dept. of Revenue, Dr. Pister owns a radiology business called Northwest Medical Imaging, which in 1997 the Alaska Department of Revenue assessed for unpaid ...
  • Brooks v. Horner   In Brooks v. Horner The closely held corporation was created for the purpose of managing a group of contiguous mining claims, its ...
  • Pederson v. Artic Slope Regional Corporation   In Pederson v. Artic Slope Regional Corp., Rodney Pederson, a ...
  • ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc. v. Williams Alaska Petroleum, Inc. In ConocoPhillips Alaska v. Williams Alaska Petroleum, Inc., ConocoPhillips Alaska (“ConocoPhillips”) contracted to provide Williams Alaska Petroleum (“Williams”), an ...
  • Girdwood Mining Co. v. Comsult LLC In Girdwood Mining Co. v. Comsult LLC, When the business relationship went sour, the two companies agreed ...
  • Tesoro Corp. v. State, Department of Revenue In Tesoro Corp. v. State, Dep’t of Revenue, However in 1995, its purchase ...
  • McCarter v. McCarter In McCarter v. McCarter, Deborah McCarter filed a motion in the lower court for enforcement of a property agreement that was incorporated into ...
  • Brown v. Knowles In Brown v. Knowles, Knowles subsequently filed suit against International Steel and Brown ...

Business Law

  • Alpine Energy, LLC v. Matanuska Electric Ass’n In Alpine Energy, LLC v. Matanuska Electric Ass’n, the supreme court held that an electric cogeneration facility’s self-certification of qualifying facility status does not constitute a federal determination of said qualifying status, and therefore it is reasonable to require subsequent formal certification. Federal law requires utilities to provide energy at a lower price to ...
  • Pister v. State, Dept. of Revenue   In Pister v. State, Dept. of Revenue, Dr. Pister owns a radiology business called Northwest Medical Imaging, which in 1997 the Alaska Department of Revenue assessed for unpaid ...
  • Brooks v. Horner   In Brooks v. Horner The closely held corporation was created for the purpose of managing a group of contiguous mining claims, its ...
  • Pederson v. Artic Slope Regional Corporation   In Pederson v. Artic Slope Regional Corp., Rodney Pederson, a ...
  • ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc. v. Williams Alaska Petroleum, Inc. In ConocoPhillips Alaska v. Williams Alaska Petroleum, Inc., ConocoPhillips Alaska (“ConocoPhillips”) contracted to provide Williams Alaska Petroleum (“Williams”), an ...
  • Girdwood Mining Co. v. Comsult LLC In Girdwood Mining Co. v. Comsult LLC, When the business relationship went sour, the two companies agreed ...
  • Tesoro Corp. v. State, Department of Revenue In Tesoro Corp. v. State, Dep’t of Revenue, However in 1995, its purchase ...
  • McCarter v. McCarter In McCarter v. McCarter, Deborah McCarter filed a motion in the lower court for enforcement of a property agreement that was incorporated into ...
  • Brown v. Knowles In Brown v. Knowles, Knowles subsequently filed suit against International Steel and Brown ...