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Cut by the Supreme Court When the justices denied these cases, justice was underserved.

[Oct 1st, 2014]
  ByBrianne Gorod The Supreme Court takes less than 1 percent of cases it is asked to hear. The new Supreme Court term doesn?t officially start until the first Monday in October. But that doesn?t mean the justices are still on vacation. On Monday, Sept. 29, the justices will meet in what is known [...]

Law school dean to the Supreme Court: This love affair is over

[Sep 29th, 2014]
After nearly four decades as a lawyer and 30 years teaching would-be lawyers, and after writing a leading textbook on constitutional law and helping establish a law school, and after standing before the justices five times on behalf of his clients,Erwin Chemerinskyhas fallen out of love with the Supreme Court. Hard. Robert Barnes has been [...]

Scalia has a secrecy problem: Hiding and hypocrisy at the Supreme Court

[Sep 29th, 2014]
The court plays a growing activist role in our politics and lives — yet all nine justices hide in the shadows ERIC SEGALLANDLISA MCELROY IN SALON Share7 19 ) Judge Richard Posner of the United States Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuitsaidrecently, ?I don?t understand why the judiciary should be the most secretive branch [...]

NEVEDA NEEDS INTERMEDIATE COURT OF APPEALS?NV IS THE ONLY STATE WITHOUT ONE..

[Sep 29th, 2014]
September 27, 2014 6:00 am?ByDylan Woolf Harris Nevada Supreme Court cases 2010: ? 2,266 new cases filed ? 2,419 cases resolved ? 1,514 cases pending 2011: ? 2,395 new cases filed ? 2,220 cases resolved ? 1,689 cases pending 2012: ? 2,500 new cases filed ? 2,270 cases resolved ? 1,919 cases pending 2013: ? [...]

IMPORTANT NEW COURT OF APPEALS RULINGS

[Sep 29th, 2014]
  Premises Liability, Slip and Fall, ?Open and Obvious?; Post-Shelton & Post-McIntosh ROXANNE SMITH VS. TERESA GRUBB COA, Published 9/26/2014 ?PJ Thompson   THOMPSON, JUDGE: The matter before us is on remand from the Kentucky Supreme Court. Our Supreme Court vacated this Court?s to be published opinion rendered on June 15, 2012, and directed we [...]

Unearth truth when prosecution?s conduct suspect, SC tells trial courts

[Sep 27th, 2014]
Unearth truth when prosecution’s conduct suspect, SC OF INDIA tells trial courts New Delhi, Sep 27 (IANS):The Supreme Court has said that trial courts were expected to perform their duties of dispensing justice effectively and in line with the spirit of the authority they wield, unearth the truth when the conduct of prosecution is suspect [...]

Legal Fees in Declaratory Judgment Actions Against Insurers

[Sep 27th, 2014]
Eric Dinnocenzo, New York Law JournalSeptember 29, 2014|0 Eric Dinnocenzo It’s not often that judges encourage litigants to appeal their decisions so they will be reversed. But Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Shirley Kornreich did just that in an April 8, 2014, decision inMadison 96th Associates v. 17 East Owners Corporation, which denied an attorney [...]

Why You Can?t Trust The Supreme Court, In Three Quotes

[Sep 26th, 2014]
BYIAN MILLHISERPOSTED ONSEPTEMBER 26, 2014 AT 12:09 PM “Why You Can?t Trust The Supreme Court, In Three Quotes” Share: CREDIT: AP PHOTO/CHARLES DHARAPAK Lawyers who are hoping to bring a case to the Supreme Court typically claim that the law is on their side, and they generally rely on citations to legal authorities and [...]

Why the Supreme Court keeps smacking down America?s top patent court

[Sep 26th, 2014]
Updated byTimothy B. Leeon September 26, 2014, 10:40 a.m. ETtim@vox.com TWEET(16)SHARE(5)+1LINKEDIN(2)EMAILPRINT The CLS v. Alice decision was written by Justice Clarence Thomas.Alex Wong/Getty Images DON’T MISS STORIES.FOLLOW VOX! If there’s one institution responsible for the state of patent law today, it’s the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. In 1982, Congress [...]

Is ?annoying? too vague for public drunkenness law?

[Sep 25th, 2014]
Tim Evans, tim.evans@indystar.com9:10 a.m. EDT September 18, 2014   (It takes more than just being drunk to get convicted of public intoxication in Indiana. The law says you also have to be annoying. The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in February thatthe term is unconstitutionally vague. Attorneys for the state will try this morning [...]

Shakespeare Didn?t Really Want To Kill All The Lawyers, But We Should Deregulate Their Profession

[Sep 25th, 2014]
  Forbes - LAW & REGULATION 9/18/2014 One of the Bard?s often-quoted lines is Dick the Butcher?s admonition in Henry VI, Part 2, ?The first thing we do, let?s kill all the lawyers.? That idea, argues lawyer David Epstein, is mistakenly thought to mean that Shakespeare was antagonistic toward the legal profession. Instead, as we [...]

Why Every Single Supreme Court Justice Got Hobby Lobby Wrong

[Sep 25th, 2014]
Thursday 18 September 2014 ETedited byAlex Ferraro JURIST Guest Columnist Ron Fein, ofFree Speech for People, discusses the Supreme Court’s recent Hobby Lobby decision … The Supreme Court’s majorityopinion[PDF] inHobby Lobbymade a serious mistake about the nature of corporate religious claims. But so did the dissent. As Hobby Lobby’s case worked its way through the [...]

KY Human Rights Commission rules on discrimination complaints at its September 2014 meeting

[Sep 25th, 2014]
  Press Release Date: Thursday, September 18, 2014 Contact Information: Victoria Stephens Commission Headquarters: 1.800.292.5566 Stephens’ Mobile telephone: 502.641.0760 Sept. 18, 2014, Louisville, Kentucky USA? The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights Board of Commissioners met today to rule on discrimination complaints for the people of Kentucky. The meeting was held at commission headquarters in downtown [...]

Grand Rapids lawyer hopes to defend Sherlock Holmes? copyrights in case before U.S. Supreme Court

[Sep 25th, 2014]
  ByJim Harger | jharger@mlive.com on September 22, 2014 at 7:30 AM, updatedSeptember 22, 2014 at 7:33 AM       John M. Bursch, a partner with the Grand Rapids law firm of Warner Norcross & Judd, is appealing a copyright case for the estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to the U.S. Supreme Court.Jim [...]

Courts Nix More Software Patents Decisions Follow Supreme Court Ruling on Intellectual-Property Protection

[Sep 25th, 2014]
  Sept. 21, 2014 7:48 p.m. ET   It’s open season on software patents.  That’s the message federal courts have sent in recent weeks after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June that tackled the question of whether?and when?computer programs can qualify for intellectual-property protection. Since the country’s top court struck down patents on a [...]

Who Has Standing?

[Sep 25th, 2014]
Jurist – Tuesday 23 September 2014 at 2:00 PM ETedited byMichael Finley JURIST Guest Columnist Omar Subat,St. John’s University School of Law, Class of 2015, is the author of the second article in a twelve-part series from the staffers of theJournal of Civil Rights and Economic Development. Subat discusses the US Supreme Court’s decision in [...]

FEDS SENTENCE LEXINGTON ATTORNEY TO 20 YEARS FOR MISHANDLING FEN PHEN FUNDS

[Sep 25th, 2014]
  Sept. 22, 2014 A former Lexington attorney was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison for defrauding more than 250 victims out of $4 million through various schemes, one of which involved the notorious fen-phen diet drug case. Seth J. Johnston, 35, pleaded guilty in October 2013 to charges of wire, mail and tax [...]

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE Roberts on Brief-Writing: ?Be Concise?

[Sep 25th, 2014]
Tony Mauro, Supreme Court BriefSeptember 24, 2014| United States Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. speaks at the University of Nebraska College of Law. Roberts participated in a public conversation with the Honorable William Jay Riley, chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. September 19, 2014. Craig Chandler / University [...]

Grant Pays Lawyers to Represent Undocumented Children

[Sep 18th, 2014]
  Karen Sloan, The National Law Journal September 16, 2014 The arrival this summer of thousands of Central American immigrant children, like these housed at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Nogales Placement Center in Arizona, exacerbated an existing shortage of lawyers to help process immigration cases for unaccompanied minors. Now the Department of Justice [...]

VIRGINIA COURT TO HEAR STRIP SEARCH RULING

[Sep 17th, 2014]
  RICHMOND, Va. (AP) ? A federal appeals court heard arguments Wednesday on whether jailers should be allowed to strip search people who are arrested but still awaitingarraignment. The cases out of West Virginia and Maryland pit individual privacy rights against the security needs of jails. A decision by the three-judge panel of the 4thU.S. [...]
 

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