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As the battle for Americans' right to congressionally granted free-to-air broadcast access heats up, Alki David, CEO and Founder of the free streaming television service FilmOn, responded to rival Aereo's December 12 brief asking for a Supreme Court hearing.
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An online marketing company cannot compel arbitration in a class action accusing a background-check website of illegally charging users' credit cards for a "Family Safety Report," the 9th Circuit ruled Monday.
Federal prosecutors want an appeals court to reconsider a decision that significantly reduces an Arizona man's sentence on assault and firearms charges.
Hawaii Democrats are appealing a federal judge's ruling that upholds the state's primary election system, which allows voters to choose which party's primary they want to vote in no matter how they're registered.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that Huntington Beach's decision to deny T-Mobile permission to construct a cell tower in a city park will stand unless reversed by voters.
U.S. District Judge Larry Burns of San Diego, in a ruling Thursday, said the cross violated the First Amendment ban on a government endorsement of religion, according to multiple reports.
The high court on Monday declined to hear an appeal from lawyers for the late Las Vegas businessman David Jin.
A BASIC MISUNDERSTANDING of the Wilderness Act has led to misperceptions about the legal setting of the oyster farm case.
It has been a disturbing week for American Christians. At Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter, South Carolina, a nativity scene was removed after complaints from the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.
If you are interested in a major federal case in, say, California, Washington or other northwestern states under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, you will now be able to watch live video of oral arguments online.
A veterans association that built a massive cross overlooking San Diego as part of a war memorial plans to fight a federal judge's order to tear it down, a lawyer for the group said on Friday.
Opponents of California's mandatory DNA collection statute told an en banc panel of the 9th Circuit Thursday that the law violates the constitutional rights of people who are arrested but never charged.
HUNTINGTON BEACH Cell towers won't be constructed in two city parks after a federal court ruling said Huntington Beach residents had a right to vote on and reject the projects.
A former Arizona detective under fire for wrongdoing and whose testimony was the crux of a conviction against a woman recently released from death row is set for a hearing Friday as he asks a judge to allow him to assert his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and not testify at her retrial.