The ALI Adviser regularly shares content of ALI drafts. Due to the length of the Section, full black letter and the first paragraph of each comment section are included below.
The Policing project is on ALI’s Annual Meeting agenda this year for the first time, specifically, Use of Force. These principles were prioritized because there is an immediate need for guidance on this issue, and many states and police departments are considering reform to their current use of force policies.
As a continuation of our post series that includes content of ALI drafts, we now include Section 113, Authority to Suspend, Terminate, or Withdraw from Treaties, from the Foreign Relations Law, Treaties project.
As a continuation of our post series that includes content of ALI drafts, we now include Section 42 – Allocation in Long-Tail Harm Claims Covered by Occurrence-Based Policies.
Notice requirements in liability insurance policies typically require that notice of a claim or lawsuit be given as soon as practicable and in writing to the insurance company. While the exact language differs from policy to policy, the concept of written notice to the insurance company without delay is fairly common.
Section 312 covers Extradition, which is the principal means by which the United States acquires the presence of a defendant who is not already in the United States as well as the process by which the United States sends criminal suspects located in the United States to others countries for trial.