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17(b)). To the extent partnerships, like corporations, are deemed "merely associations of individuals united for a special purpose" (Pembina Consol. Silver Mining & Milling Co. v. Pennsylvania, 1888), they, too, should be protected by the Due Process Clauses. Although there are few decisions directly on point, partnerships have challenged the constitutionality of assertions of personal jurisdiction over them under due process. V. v. D. 111. 1992; Felicia, Ltd. v. Gulf Am. D. 111. 1983). Like partnerships, labor unions have implicitly been treated as "persons" protected by the Due Process Clauses.
Of Regents v. Roth, 1972) and it has "repeatedly rejected 'the notion that any grievous loss visited upon a person by the State is sufficient to invoke the procedural protections of the Due Process Clause'" (Ingraham v. Wright, 1977; Meachum v. Fano, 1976, emphasis added). Thus, the Court has rejected the unitary concept of "life, liberty or property" and the importance test. 25 Professor John Hart Ely has taken the Court to task for adopting a circular definition: "It turns out. . 28 To date, the Supreme Court has declined to heed the call to resume use of the pre-Roth unitary analysis.
He] cannot use his interest in not being executed in accord with his sentence to challenge the clemency determination by requiring the procedural protections he seeks" (Ohio Adult Parole Auth. v. Woodard, 1998). In the Court's view, the death row inmate's original life interest is extinguished by the conviction and death sentence (Ohio Adult Parole Auth. v. Woodard, 1998). The Court has occasionally considered whether a protected life interest exists beyond the capital punishment setting. In the abortion context, for example, the Court has rejected the view that a fetus is a person who may not be deprived of life without due process of law (Planned Parenthood v.
Campeche maya colonial by William Folan Higgins (coord.)