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  1. Wait A Minute, Mr. Postman: Tenth Circuit Applies Statutory-Violation ...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | JD Supra

    Enacted in 1991, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act , 47 U.S.C. 227 , inaugurated the era of "junk fax" class actions , in which recipients of mass fax advertisements may pursue statutory damages of $500 per class member. Insurers responded by adding terms to liability policies that expressly exclude coverage for claims under the TCPA.

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  2. Gov. Don Siegelman is denied new trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has denied former Gov. Don Siegelman's bid for a new trial. The first footnote says "Because this case has complicated facts and a complex procedural history, we narrowly tailor our background section to track the issues presented in this appeal."

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  3. AF Capt's Family Can't Sue for Her Injuries, Reluctant 10th RulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | FindLaw

    An Air Force Captain and her family cannot plead their way around hurdles to suing the federal government, the Tenth Circuit reluctantly found last week. After Captain Heather Ortiz suffered negligent treatment at a military hospital during her pregnancy, her husband and child sued.

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  4. Religious nonprofits lose Obamacare contraception mandate court ruling second time this weekRead the original story

    Wednesday | Washington Times

    A federal appeals court said Wednesday it will not reconsider a pro-life ministry's plea for relief from Obamacare's birth control mandate, dealing a second blow in as many days to religious nonprofits who say the administration is ignoring its strongly held beliefs and signals from the Supreme Court. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit said a majority of its judges decided not to rehear the lawsuit from Priests for Life, after a three-judge panel rejected its claims in November.

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  5. Obamacare contraception decision imposed by court on priest groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Washington Times

    A federal appeals court said Wednesday it will not reconsider a pro-life ministry's plea for relief from Obamacare's birth control mandate, dealing a second blow in as many days to religious nonprofits who say the administration is ignoring its strongly held beliefs and signals from the Supreme Court. The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said a majority of its judges decided not to rehear the lawsuit from Priests for Life, after a three-judge panel rejected its claims in November.

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  6. Court upholds convictions, sentence in Navajo Nation caseRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | The Navajo Times

    The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday in the case of Clay O'Brien Mann, who was sentenced to more than 14 years in prison on convictions of involuntary manslaughter and assault. Authorities said Mann threw a lit fireworks shell into or near a campfire on his neighbor's property and then fatally shot Ames Joseph Jim.

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  7. Federal appeals court upholds man's conviction in Shiprock shooting spreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Farmington Daily Times

    A federal appeals court has upheld the 2013 conviction of a 30-year-old man who was found guilty of shooting three people and killing one at a party near Shiprock in July 2010. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that Clay O'Brien Mann was rightfully convicted under federal law of using a firearm in the commission of a violent offense.

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  8. EEOC Victory Reversed for Improper Direct Threat StandardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | JD Supra

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently experienced a particularly painful loss, as a former "win" was reversed. In March, the 10th District Court of Appeals ruled that an EEOC victory was erroneous due to improper jury instructions, and reversed the jury verdict.

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  9. Reluctant 10th Circuit Finds for United StatesRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Courthouse News Service

    Three 10th Circuit judges reluctantly concluded that the United States is not liable for brain injuries a baby suffered from an alleged string of negligence at an Army hospital. The mother, active-duty Air Force Capt.

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  10. Federal Appeals Court Stops Utah's Anti-UPP LawRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Vision Monday

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah-A federal appeals court late on May 14 stopped a Utah law that would have banned contact lens manufacturers from using Unilateral Pricing Policies to set minimum retail prices on certain products. The law , scheduled to go into effect in Utah on Tuesday May 12, 2015, was halted yesterday, May 14, 2015, by the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver.

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  11. US court halts contentious law on contact lens price-fixingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | KIII

    A law banning price-fixing for contact lenses that took effect this week in Utah is a setback for the nation's largest... . A contact lens is shown in front of a 1-800-Contacts shipping box Wednesday, May 13, 2015, in Salt Lake City. 2 comments

  12. Business in brief: Honda issues massive air bag recallRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Erie Times News

    A massive new recall from Honda of vehicles with Takata air bags Thursday has brought the total recalls for the potentially deadly devices to more than 33 million. Honda Motor Co.

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  13. Jonathan A. Olsoff named Worldwide General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Sotheby'sRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Art Daily

    Sotheby's announced that Jonathan A. Olsoff has been named Worldwide General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, effective immediately. Mr. Olsoff will report to Tad Smith, the Company's President and Chief Executive Officer, and will be based in New York.

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  14. Northern Arapaho Tribe: Wyoming already lost boundary claimRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | The Navajo Times

    The tribe filed a brief in the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals this week arguing that Wyoming already lost its claim that Riverton's status as ``Indian Country'' was extinguished when Congress threw the area open to settlement by non-Indians 100 years ago. The tribe says the state raised and lost the claim in the 1980s in a lawsuit over Bighorn River water rights and should be barred by legal rules from raising it again.

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  15. 10th Cir. Says 'Why Not?' to Supervised ReleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 10 | FindLaw

    After Miguel Gutierrez-Carranza pleaded guilty to reentering the U.S. following a prior deportation, the district court sentenced him to three years of supervised release. Gutierrez-Carranza appealed, making the fairly straightforward argument that, since he was bound to be deported anyway, the supervised release was unreasonable.

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  16. 10th Cir. Upholds 100-Year Conviction for Child PornographyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 10 | FindLaw

    Richard Franklin was convicted on federal child pornography charges , including advertisement or notice of child pornography. Franklin was a member of a file-sharing website called GigaTribe, which allowed him to approve other users as "friends," letting them into his "tribe."

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  17. Federal judge won't intervene in dispute over Ute Tribal Court jurisdictionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Salt Lake Tribune

    A federal judge on Wednesday declined to intervene in a dispute over the legality of the Ute Tribal Court hearing a lawsuit against Utah and local law officers related to the death of a tribal member after a high speed chase. U.S. District Judge Bruce Jenkins said the dispute was best resolved in the courtroom of another federal judge, Tena Campbell, who had dismissed a lawsuit brought by the family of Todd R. Murray, who died after the April 1, 2007, chase of a vehicle in which he was a passenger.

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  18. Can Lawyers Buy Keyword Ads On Each Others' Names At Google?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Eric Goldman

    "Competitive keyword advertising" occurs when a company buys the trademarks of its competition as keywords for search engine marketing. In the 2000s, it was one of the most interesting and hotly-contested issues of Internet Law as trademark owners filed many lawsuits and sought legislative protection.

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  19. FDIC Receivership Precludes Shareholder Suit Against Failed BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | JD Supra

    A shareholder suit against a bank holding company and its directors and officers was precluded by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's receivership of the underlying failed bank, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled. A class of bank holding company shareholders sued after the Utah-based Barnes Banking Company collapsed in 2010, allegedly due to risky lending practices.

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  20. Jeb Bush attacks Obama administration over contraception mandateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | The Jackson Sun

    Jeb Bush used his commencement address at Liberty University in Virginia Saturday to attack the federal government and courts for restricting the rights of religious believers. Jeb Bush attacks Obama administration over contraception mandate Jeb Bush used his commencement address at Liberty University in Virginia Saturday to attack the federal government and courts for restricting the rights of religious believers.

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