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  1. OSC bans Conrad Black from holding company director, officer rolesRead the original story

    38 min ago | MacLeans

    Former media baron Conrad Black has been permanently banned from acting as a corporate director or officer of a public or private company in Ontario. In a long-awaited decision Friday, the Ontario Securities Commission ruled that it's in the public's interest to prohibit Black and his ex-colleague, former Hollinger International Inc. chief financial officer John Boultbee, from roles that would enable the pair to direct or influence the management of a company's business.

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  2. William B. Gould IV: Time for Supreme Court to revisit baseball's antitrust exemptionRead the original story w/Photo

    47 min ago | Marin Independent Journal

    In 1922, the U.S. Supreme Court, speaking through Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, held in the Federal Baseball case that the exhibition of games was not a business in interstate commerce within the meeting of the Sherman Antitrust Act. This opinion, delivered by a great jurist who suffered, like all baseball players, from what most have perceived to be a bad day, was nonetheless in tune with pre-New Deal interpretations of the commerce clause by the Supreme Court.

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  3. OSC bans Conrad Black from holding company director, officer rolesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Brandon Sun

    Former media baron Conrad Black has been permanently banned from acting as a corporate director or officer of a public or private company in Ontario. In a long-awaited decision Friday, the Ontario Securities Commission ruled that it's in the public's interest to prohibit Black and his ex-colleague, former Hollinger International Inc. chief financial officer John Boultbee, from roles that would enable the pair to direct or influence the management of a company's business.

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  4. OSC bans Black from director, officer rolesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Northern Life

    Former media baron Conrad Black has been permanently banned from acting as a corporate director or officer of a public company in Ontario. Black is shown at the University Club in Toronto on Tuesday, November 11, 2014.

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  5. U.S Court Declines to Decide Illinois Benefits IssueRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | 101.5 CIL-FM

    A federal appeals court in Chicago has declined to resolve a contentious issue over whether Illinois' constitution strictly bars the reduction of retiree benefits. A unanimous decision by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals says the question is best left, at least for now, to the state.

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  6. U.S. court declines to decide Illinois' benefits issueRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Northwest Herald

    CHICAGO – A federal appeals court has declined to tackle the issue of whether Illinois' constitution bars the reduction of health care benefits for retired public-sector employees in Chicago. A unanimous six-page decision by a three-judge panel of 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago, posted late Wednesday, said the dispute is still winding its way through state channels and that it won't intervene.

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  7. Federal Appeals Court Declines to Decide Illinois Pension IssueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WSIL

    A federal appeals court in Chicago has declined to resolve a contentious issue over whether Illinois' constitution strictly bars the reduction of retiree benefits. A unanimous decision by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals says the question is best left, at least for now, to the state.

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  8. Ind. Decisions - 7th Circuit decides one Indiana case todayRead the original story

    Thursday | Indiana Law Blog

    In Betty Ruth Nelson v. Peggy Holinga-Katona, Lake Co. Auditor , a 3-page opinion, Judge Bauer writes: Plaintiff-Appellant, Betty Ruth Nelson , a former employee of the Lake County Auditor's office, brought suit under 42 U.S.C. A 1983 against Defendants- Appellees, Peggy Holinga Katona, individually and in her official capacity as Lake County Auditor, and Lake County Indiana, individually and severally .

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  9. Federal court declines to decide Illinois pension issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Quincy Journal

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  10. Civil rights alliance weighs in with high court on voter IDRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Wisconsin Gazette

    ... case, Frank v. Walker, is pending before the Supreme Court, on appeal filed after the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the statute last October. After the appellate ruling, challengers secured from the Supreme Court a temporary hold that ...

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  11. Supreme Court to Decide If State Can Deny License Plate with Confederate FlagRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    The United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case out of Texas arising out of the state's refusal to issue a specialty license plate bearing a representation of the Confederate Battle Flag and the argument that this refusal was the repression of speech based on content in violation of the First Amendment: The case about license plates arose from Texas's refusal to issue a specialty plate bearing the Sons of Confederate Veterans logo which includes a representation of the Confederate Battle Flag. The state allows many kinds of plates, including ones proposed by nonprofit groups.

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  12. These Doctors Work Hard - Over 24 Hours a DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | JD Supra

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle might have called it "The Case of the Doctors Who Work More than 24 Hours a Day." Unfortunately for the physician group in question, Sir Arthur wasn't the author; the federal court for the Northern District of Illinois was.

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  13. City leans toward settlement in Silk lawsuit over Downtown strip clubRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | OnMilwaukee

    "Bar Month" at OnMilwaukee.com brought to you by Stoli Vodka, Altos Tequila, Fireball, OR-G, Jim Beam, Plymouth Gin and 2 Gingers is back for another round! The whole month of February, we're serving up intoxicatingly fun articles on bars and clubs including guides, the latest trends, bar reviews, the results of our Best of Bars poll and more. Grab a designated driver and dive in! Now that the City of Milwaukee is on the hook for what may well become $2 million when it's all over, city fathers have to figure out what to do about the continued refusal to grant a license to Silk Exotic.

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  14. Gas lease lawsuit settledRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Morning Journal

    A gas lease related lawsuit filed in 2011 by the New Hope Community Church along with 26 property owners in Columbiana and Carroll Counties has ended with an agreement. Attorney Robert Guehl, one of the attorneys who represented the property owners, said the terms of the agreement include Patriot Energy Partners agreeing to release the shallow drilling rights back to the property owners and to pay them additional compensation.

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  15. Gas lease lawsuit ends in agreementRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The Review

    A gas lease related lawsuit filed in 2011 by the New Hope Community Church along with 26 property owners in Columbiana and Carroll Counties has ended with an agreement. Attorney Robert Guehl, one of the attorneys who represented the property owners, said the terms of the agreement include Patriot Energy Partners agreeing to release the shallow drilling rights back to the property owners and to pay them additional compensation.

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  16. a US Supreme Court: FISA surveillance stays secretRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Russia Taday

    Defense attorneys for the Chicago teen arrested for terrorism in a 2012 sting will be not have access to government surveillance documents, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, upholding a lower court's decision without comment. Lawyers for Adel Daoud requested access to the surveillance application that prosecutors submitted to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court to show that the teenager was targeted by an FBI-orchestrated sting because of computer searches related to a term paper.

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  17. Posner informs pro se litigant that the queen of England did not absolve him of need to pay taxesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | ABA Journal

    Judge Richard Posner is countering a pro se litigant's sovereign-citizen type arguments with a history lesson and a warning. Though Posner is an appeals judge with the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, he likes to volunteer for trials.

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  18. in Re: Jordan G.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | FindLaw

    A 1 In this direct appeal, we are asked to consider the constitutionality of certain sections of the aggravated unlawful use of a weapon statute. 720 ILCS 5/24-1.6 .

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  19. Columbiana Chamber issues annual honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Salem News

    Many of those honored at the 62nd annual Columbiana Area Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet were lauded for making innovative contributions to the Columbiana area. The guest speaker, Tom Mackall, president of Firestone Homestead, LLC, hopes to be among them.

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  20. Youngstown rape victim wants suspect tried in 5 year old caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | WFMJ-TV Youngstown

    In September in 2009, LaTreese Miller said she was violently raped by a co-worker she had car pooled to work with. "It's so traumatic.

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