Twenty-two states, 144 members of Congress, and numerous organizations concerned about government-compelled speech have filed friend-of-the-court briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) The Department of Justice said today that it will ask the Supreme Court to review immediately the ruling of a California federal judge (William Alsup) ordering the government to restart the DACA program. Normally, the appeal from that ruling would be heard by the ultra-liberal U.S. Show More Summary
Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants the high court to reverse a decision out of California forcing the government to resume accepting DACA applications. He said the ruling defies common sense.
Federal lawyers on Tuesday said they plan to go directly to the U.S. Supreme Court – bypassing a California appeals court that President Donald Trump dislikes – to overturn an … Click to Continue »
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The decision comes as the Supreme Court is set to examine the constitutionality of a similar California law. The post Fourth Circuit Strikes Baltimore Ordinance Regulating Fake Clinics appeared first on Rewire.
The U.S. Supreme Court had just given its blessing for same-sex marriage in California in the summer of 2013 and West Hollywood was in a mood to celebrate. As the crowds gathered and the enthusiasm swelled, there — standing silently amid the masses — was Jesus, wearing sunglasses and a long white...
California Supreme Court Set For Ruling That Could Cut Pensions For Public Workers Tyler Durden Fri, 12/29/2017 - 18:20
As 2017 comes to a close, let’s take a moment to assess the California Supreme Court’s most significant environmental law decisions of the year. There are a large number of decided cases to choose from: as has been true over the past decade, in 2017 the California Supreme Court devoted a substantial portion of its […]
The California Supreme Court today upheld a former Palmdale resident's second-degree murder conviction for leading deputies on a high-speed pursuit that ended in a crash that killed a toddler and seriously injured her mother in Lancaster in 2012. The court upheld an earlier ruling by a three-justice...
For decades in California, a sacrosanct rule has governed public employees' pensions: Benefits promised can never be taken away. But cases before the state Supreme Court threaten to reverse that … Click to Continue »
THE PENTAGON PAPERS TRIGGERED A SUPREME COURT CASE CALLED NEW YORK TIMES V. UNITED STATES: So why is Steven Spielberg's movie about the case about the Washington Post? Joe has a lot of questions. CALIFORNIA BAR RESULTS BY SCHOOL: Jesus...Show More Summary
The California Supreme Court has ruled against pharmaceutical giant Novartis in a lawsuit over a generic version of a drug the company once made. The court said Thursday brand-name drug … Click to Continue »
With the U.S. Supreme Court set to hear a challenge to a 2015 state law that forces 200 privately funded pregnancy centers to advertise California’s taxpayer-funded abortions, many who were previously unfamiliar with these pro-life nonprofits are becoming aware of them for the first time. To be sure, plenty is riding on the case, National […]
Stephen D. Ferruolo (San Diego), Supreme Court Fails Bar Exam: On October 18, the Supreme Court issued a ruling keeping the current bar examination pass score of 1440 with an explanation that was, at best, perfunctory. Essentially, the Court said that while there was no basis for setting the current...
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The California Supreme Court refused to intervene Wednesday in a state commission’s disciplinary proceedings against veteran Contra Costa County Superior Court Judge Bruce Mills, whose lawyer claims the commission has a conflict of interest. The...Show More Summary
In the new year the California Supreme Court will address the question of whether employee bag searches should be compensated under California law. The question recently certified by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to the California Supreme Court in Frlekin v. Apple, Inc. states: “Is time spent on the employer’s premises waiting for, and […]
Google has won its case against Canadian company Equustek Solutions. The search engine is not required to block content worldwide based on a Canadian Supreme Court hearing, a California Federal Court has affirmed. An important ruling...Show More Summary
Courthouse News reports: In an echo of the high-profile gay wedding cake case before the U.S. Supreme Court, California this week sued a Bakersfield bakery to stop it from discriminating against same-sex couples. The Department of Fair...Show More Summary