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Friday Sep 12 | KHGI

Stegall to join Kansas Supreme Court on Dec. 5

Stegall currently serves on the Kansas Court of Appeals. Gov. Sam Brownback appointed him to the state's highest court last month.

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Friday Sep 12 | JD Supra

Copying Is Not the Ultimate Test for Copyright Infringement

Copying alone is insufficient to establish copyright infringement, according to the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. In an infringement action involving computer software, the 10th Circuit held that copyright infringement does not depend solely on whether a defendant has copied a plaintiff's work, but ultimately depends on whether the defendant copied elements that are subject to copyright protection.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Horsetalk

Court clears way for roundup on Wyoming's Checkerboard lands

The US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit has cleared the way for federal authorities to muster more than 800 wild horses from the Checkerboard lands of Wyoming. The court denied an emergency motion to block the Bureau of Land Management roundup.

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The Court and the States: What's Next?

The U.S. Supreme Court has an interesting docket for next term but hasn't accepted any blockbusters yet. That is likely to change soon.

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Related Topix: US News, Clarence Thomas, US Supreme Court, Healthcare Law, Law, Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Wed Sep 10, 2014

Pridesource.com

7th Circuit Court Of Appeals Strikes Down Marriage Bans

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down same-sex marriage bans on Sept. 4 for Wisconsin and Indiana, upholding lower court decisions that the ban on marriage is a violation of the Constitution's guarantee of equal protection.

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Deseret News

Utah makes final plea for Supreme Court to take gay marriage case

Utah made its last plea Wednesday for the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its same-sex marriage case, arguing it's the best vehicle to resolve the issue nationwide and that the appellate court ruling is wrong. Utah made its last plea Wednesday for the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its same-sex marriage case, arguing it's the best vehicle to resolve the issue nationwide and that the appellate court ruling is wrong.

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FindLaw

Snippets: Little Sisters, Subsidies Cases Delayed, SSM Appeals

Can you feel it? Only 19 more days until the Court returns for its Big Fall Conference. The BFC will determine the fate of thousands of cert.

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FindLaw

Do Your Storefront's Steps Violate the ADA?

Businesses with storefront steps may be worried about ADA liability, but a recent federal court case suggests that steps aren't necessarily a problem. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that the popular teen clothing store Hollister, with its beach-property-style stepped entrances, did not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act .

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Toledo Blade

Court reverses ruling in BGSU case

The Wendy's franchisee that once operated a restaurant inside the Bowen-Thompson Student Union at Bowling Green State University was awarded more than $510,000 in damages by the Ohio Court of Claims last year. BGSU had breached its contract with Pertoria Inc., the Court of Claims found, when it stopped allowing students to use their meal plan at the Wendy's inside the student union as it had in the past.

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Wall Street Journal

Religious Employers to Go Ahead With Contraception Lawsuits

A batch of nonprofit religious employers signaled they will continue with lawsuits against the Obama administration's contraception coverage requirement, the first clear sign the administration's latest compromise won't end the legal battle over the issue.

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County 10 News

Court of Appeals grants Wyoming's motion and halts EPA's plan for regional haze

The U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals stayed the Environmental Protection Agency's rejection of part of Wyoming's plan for visibility in national parks and wilderness areas. This decision is based on the State's likelihood of success on appeal as well as the irreparable harm to the State and utilities without a stay.

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Related Topix: Environmental Law, Law, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US News, US Governors, Matt Mead

Advocate

What If the Supreme Court Doesn't Take a Marriage Case?

Consensus from Supreme Court watchers is fairly unanimous: The justices will take up at least one marriage equality case when they return for their upcoming session. With litigation proceeding in over 30 states, and in the last month , a few contradictory rulings , it would be unthinkable for the court to avoid the issue.

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Related Topix: Wedding, Pennsylvania, US News, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

World Magazine

Little Sisters rejects government 'accommodation'

In a new filing at the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, a major litigant in the contraceptive and abortifacient mandate battle rejected the federal government's latest regulatory change, saying the new rules "change nothing of substance in this appeal." Little Sisters of the Poor and its insurer, Christian Brothers Services, which won an emergency injunction against the mandate from the U.S. Supreme Court at the beginning of the year, will continue their case at the 10th Circuit.

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Related Topix: US News, US Supreme Court, Roman Catholic Church, Religion

SFBay

Appeals judges seem to lean toward marriage equality

Three federal appeals court judges left little doubt at a hearing in San Francisco Monday that they are likely to favor same-sex marriage rights in Idaho, Nevada and Hawaii. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel took challenges to marriage bans in the three states under consideration after hearing more than two hours of arguments and will issue written decisions at a later date.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

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Top Story-Settling The Same Sex Marriage Issue

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jdsupra.com

Court Says 'Porch-Like Structures' Do Not Violate ADA

In an important decision for retailers and other public accommodations, the Tenth Circuit overturned a lower court decision requiring that every "porch-like" entrance to Hollister retail establishments be remediated to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, retail establishments are "public accommodations" prohibited from discriminating against the disabled in the full and equal enjoyment of public accommodations.

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Related Topix: US News, Law, Employment / Labor Law, Abercrombie and Fitch, Retail, Apparel

Sat Sep 06, 2014

News9 Oklahoma City

Oklahoma Among 17 States In Same-Sex Marriage Case

Oklahoma and 16 other states have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the U.S. Constitution includes a right to same-sex marriage. The states are asking the nation's highest court to take up challenges to gay marriage bans in Oklahoma and Utah.

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NewsOn6 Tulsa

Oklahoma Among 17 States In Same-Sex Marriage Case

Oklahoma and 16 other states have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the U.S. Constitution includes a right to same-sex marriage. The states are asking the nation's highest court to take up challenges to gay marriage bans in Oklahoma and Utah.

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Deseret News

Faith leaders say Utah case 'best vehicle' to resolve same-sex marriage issues

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and four other faith organizations are urging the Supreme Court to take up Utah's same-sex marriage case. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and four other faith organizations are urging the Supreme Court to take up Utah's same-sex marriage case calling it the 'best vehicle' to resolve the issues.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

FindLaw

10th Cir.'s Proposed Rule Changes Include Electronic Appendices

Rule changes are never exciting. But rule changes are important. Why? Because if you file a printed addendum instead of an appendix, Chief Judge Mary Beck Briscoe will leave Lawrence, Kansas, get into her car, drive to your office, and kick you in your appendix.

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