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  1. Appeals Presented In Ohio Synthetic Marijuana CaseRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | The Intelligencer

    The owners of two business declared as nuisances for selling synthetic marijuana took their cases to the Seventh District Court of Appeals on Wednesday.


  2. Supreme Court weighs appeal to concealed-carry gun lawsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Washington Times

    The Supreme Court on Friday will consider whether to wade into the escalating legal brawl over whether people have a constitutional right to carry a firearm outside of the home, as gun rights advocates push the high court to settle how far the Second Amendment goes in protecting the right to bear arms.


  3. Citing a Celeb in an Ad? The First Amendment May Not Protect You.Read the original story

    7 hrs ago | Entrepreneur Magazine

    In a decision in February , the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals significantly broadened the definition of commercial speech, calling into question how much a First Amendment defense is available for community-service advertising.


  4. Master Conference Announces Hon. Nan R. Nolan (RET.) as Keynote...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | PRWeb

    The Masters Conference announces Hon. Nan R. Nolan will deliver the keynote address for its Chicago event to be held May 28, 2014.


  5. Orrick's Antitrust and Competition Newsletter - April 2014Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 9 | JD Supra

    Top Story A Year Later: Comcast's Impact On Antitrust Class Actions On March 27, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Comcast Corp. v.


  6. More States Recognizing Gay MarriagesRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | WBIW-AM Bedford

    Monday's ruling by a federal judge in Ohio is the ninth in four months ordering states to recognize some or all gay marriages.


  7. 7th Circuit Squishes Banana Lady's SuitRead the original story

    Wednesday | Courthouse News Service

    A woman who sings and dances in a banana costume does not have a copyright-infringement claim related to videos of her posted on Facebook, the 7th Circuit ruled.


  8. FTAIA and Foreign Sales: Seventh Circuit Limits Extraterritorial...Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 9 | JD Supra

    On March 27, 2014, in Motorola Mobility LLC v. AU Optronics Corp ., the Seventh Circuit set precedent in the growing body of law interpreting the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act .


  9. Some ministers worry courts will strike down tax-exempt housing allowancesRead the original story

    Wednesday |

    A federal judge's ruling that a 60-year-old federal law allowing clergy to get a tax-free housing allowance is unconstitutional has raised concerns by religious organizations.


  10. Seventh Circuit Affirms Dismissal Of Banana Lady's Copyright Infringement SuitRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | IOMA

    April 15 --A singing telegram performer's copyright infringement claim, which was asserted against a number of credit unions who had hired her to sing at a trade association event and was based on the defendants' alleged inadequate instructions to audience members about their limited right to film the plaintiff's performance, "has no merit," the ... (more)


  11. Appeals court makes ruling in former Kalida coach's caseRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Times Bulletin

    A former Kalida High School coach will have his consecutive sentences for sex-related charges re-examined after a ruling by the Ohio Third District Court of Appeals.


  12. a Banana Ladya Files a Bunch of Lawsuits With Little Court Appeal, Judge SaysRead the original story

    Tuesday | ABC News

    As a one-woman show, Catherine Conrad has made a living dressed in a banana suit, with a little help from her monkey puppet friend, "Spike."


  13. Judge Posner Blasts Banana LadyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lowering the Bar

    I'm a big fan of using images in briefs and opinions when that is appropriate, and it's hard to think of a more appropriate case than one involving a lady in a banana suit.


  14. State GAB vote launched probe into Walker recallRead the original story

    Tuesday | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.


  15. Persian Artifacts Can't Be Seized for Judgment Against IranRead the original story

    Monday Apr 14 | FindLaw

    In 1997, Hamas orchestrated a triple suicide bombing in Jerusalem that wounded 200 and killed five people.


  16. JB Green Team to lobby city leadersRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | Herald Star Online

    The executive director of the JB Green Team and Jefferson County Commissioner Tom Gentile will ask City Council members tonight to support a designation fee plan to restore funding for the financially strapped solid waste authority.


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

    Tuesday Apr 15 | Indiana Law Blog

    Marcus Henderson was indicted for being a drug user in possession of firearms in violation of 18 U.S.C. A 922 .


  18. Posner tosses copyright suit by 'Banana Lady,' notes her...Read the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | ABA Journal

    A federal appeals court is apparently worried that frequent lawsuits by a "Banana Lady" plaintiff are tripping up the courts.


  19. Case of 'Banana Lady' has little appeal for judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 14 | Chicago Sun-Times

    Clients who've hired the Wisconsin woman to perform her wacky singing telegrams have been sued for everything from sending a postcard with a picture of her in her yellow costume to videotaping her as she does her banana dance.


  20. ACRU: Leave Clergy Housing Allowance AloneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 14 | Church Executive

    An Internal Revenue Service rule allowing clergy to have a tax-exempt housing allowance is a reasonable accommodation of religion, not an unconstitutional establishment of religion, the ACRU argued in a federal court brief filed on April 9. The brief, filed by ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Kenneth A. Klukowski on behalf of the Liberty Institute, asks ... (more)