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Indian court lifts interim ban on OnePlus One, formal hearing scheduled for January

After issuing an interim injunction against the import and sales of the OnePlus One in India for using Cyanogen's branding and software (to which local vendor Micromax has exclusive rights), the Delhi High Court has lifted the ban on the device in the country. The judge stated that "prima-facie neither (OnePlus or Micromax) competes nor eats into the territory of the other."

Attorney: Court Should Keep Brain-Dead Mom Alive to Protect Her Unborn Baby’s Right to Live

An attorney for an unborn baby in Ireland told judges in the Irish High Court today that they should keep a brain-dead pregnant woman alive in order to protect her unborn baby’s right to life. The High Court in Ireland will decide on Friday whether to allow a hospital to shut off life support for […]

Doctors: 'Dead' Pregnant Woman's Fetus Is Doomed

Seven Irish doctors yesterday asked the Dublin High Court for one thing: that a brain-dead pregnant woman be taken off life support. The seven were in agreement that, as the AP puts it, her fetus appeared doomed. The father of the woman, who is 18 weeks pregnant and was declared...

WI: County Asks State High Court to Rule on Land Issue for Couture Project

Milwaukee County on Tuesday petitioned the Wisconsin Supreme Court to rule on the location of the Lake Michigan shoreline in downtown Milwaukee, the next step in the county's sale of land for the proposed $122 million Couture apartment high-rise, official

Judge Will Decide Friday Whether to Kill Brain-Dead Pregnant Mom’s 17 Week Unborn Baby

The High Court in Ireland will decide on Friday whether to allow a hospital to shut off life support for a pregnant mom, which would claim the life of her 17-week-old unborn baby. The mother is in her twenties, 17-weeks pregnant and doctors have decided to keep her on life support to give her unborn […]

High Court Agrees Cyanogen Was Unfair To Both OnePlus & Micromax. OnePlus Contests Ban

India is one lucrative market no smartphone manufacturer, eCommerce player or biggie in the tech world can afford to leave unexplored. Sounds strange that the very huge numbers making up the country which were once seen as one of its...Show More Summary

Indiana High Court: Being Drunk and Annoying is Illegal

The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that it is illegal to be drunk and annoying -- or what a reasonable person would find to be annoying, anyway.

Hedge Fund Manager’s Ex-Wife Has Thought It Over, Is Fine With $531 Million Settlement

A $531 million divorce judgment in a case that has riveted Britain appears poised to stand after the ex-wife of a hedge fund manager said she would not appeal the decision. In late November, a London high court judge ordered Chris Hohn,...Show More Summary

Oral Arguments in Warrantless Cell Tower Location Data Requests Case

This is an early contender for a Supreme Court case -- assuming, of course, one of the parallel cases in a burgeoning circuit split doesn't make it onto the High Court's docket first. The facts are relatively unremarkable: Aaron Graham and Eric Jordan were convicted of robbery after prosecutors used......

OnePlus One banned in India after infringing on Micromax's agreement with Cyanogen

After Xiaomi, it is now the turn of the OnePlus One to face the ire of the Indian authorities, as local vendor Micromax was able to secure an injunction from the Delhi High Court that bans all sales and advertising of the device in India. Show More Summary

After Xiaomi, OnePlus faces sales ban in India

India certainly isn’t making it easy for consumers to get their hands on trending smartphones. The Delhi High Court has just issued an order that bans Chinese device manufacturer OnePlus from importing, marketing and selling its flagship device in the country, reports UnleashThePhones. Show More Summary

Xiaomi Gets Temporary Relief; Can Sell Only Qualcomm Handsets Till Jan 8, Not Redmi Note

In a major relief for Xiaomi, Delhi High Court has allowed import and selling of Qualcomm based handsets till January 8th, as a temporary measure. Justice Pradeep Nandrajog from Delhi High Court passed the “pro tem order” or temporary order which will now allow Xiaomi to sell it’s imported handsets in India. Show More Summary

Gov. Brown Dismisses Criticism of Pick for State High Court

California Gov. Jerry Brown says his decision to pick a young, government lawyer in Washington, D.C., to fill a vacancy on the state's highest court is "beyond reproach," brushing off critics who've questioned whether his candidate has the right background for the job.

Xiaomi gets a short reprieve in India, court grants permission to sell Qualcomm-based phones

After an injunction from earlier this month banned Xiaomi from selling, advertising and importing handsets in India, the vendor has now received permission from the Delhi High Court to continue selling devices running Qualcomm's chipsets in the country until January 8.

High court to weigh Arizona denial of some immigrants' driver's licenses

The Supreme Court is set to decide Tuesday whether Arizona must issue driver's licenses to young immigrants who were brought to this country illegally and then shielded from deportation by President Obama.

Arizona’s abortion drug law to remain blocked after Supreme Court rejects state’s appeal

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday blocked Arizona from enforcing a state law that restricts access to abortion-inducing drugs by prohibiting off-label uses of RU-486, the so-called “abortion pill.” The high court’s refusal to hear the state’s appeal means that an April ruling...

There Is No Alternative! (to Casement Park development plan) – Redux

Belfast High Court has ruled that the decision to grant planning permission for the controversial £70million redevelopment of Casement Park in west Belfast was “fundamentally flawed”.  However, Mr Justice Horner did not quash the decision, and will take further submissions from lawyers for the Department of the Environment, the GAA and the residents group who mounted the more...

High court to decide whether young murder convicts can seek freedom

The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether young murderers who are serving life terms in prison deserve a chance to seek their freedom in parole hearings.

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