A Danish appeals court has upheld a defamation ruling and a 10,000-krone ($1,417) fine given to a populist party that supports Denmark's center-right government. The Eastern High Court said the … Click to Continue »
Caligula, the notorious Roman emperor, posted the tax laws in fine print and so high that citizens could not read them. "How can citizens comply with what they can't see?" the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeal said in comparing the short-lived emperor to the commissioner of the Internal......
The court case against Sale Sharks winger Denny Solomona by Castleford, at the High Court, could be adjourned.
Dean McDermott’s ex-wife is speaking out over her recent court filing for unpaid spousal support payments. Dean McDermott and Mary Jo Eustace, who share an 18-year-old son, Jack, split 13 years ago after Dean’s highly publicized affair with Tori Spelling. Show More Summary
The Ohio Supreme Court has dismissed the case of an adult identified as a suspect in a rape he allegedly committed as a teenager. The high court previously agreed to … Click to Continue »
Magic Johnson’s retired jersey hung high on the wall just above the court where the Lakers ran up and down during a scrimmage. A day after a franchise-shaking quake struck the building, the players and coaches tried to return to business as usual. Total normalcy, though, was impossible. Johnson...
Unless the Supreme Court decides to weigh in on this long-running SLAPP lawsuit (highly unlikely -- and unlikely to be appealed to that level), it looks like it's finally the end of the line for Dr. Edward Tobinick and his quest to silence a critic of his questionable medical practices. Quick recap: Dr. Show More Summary
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch says Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is one of the best judges in the country and will protect religious liberties is he's confirmed to the high … Click to Continue »
Texas prison inmate Duane Buck claims improper testimony about his race tainted his death sentence
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has sided with California-based Life Technologies Corp. in a patent infringement case that limits the international reach of U.S. patent laws. The justices ruled unanimously on Wednesday that the company's shipment of a single part of a patented invention for assembly in another country did not violate patent laws.
The Texas case is the latest in a string of death penalty cases at the high court.
“Freedom of Association Takes Another Hit” as Washington high court rules against florist Barronelle Stutzman [Roger Pilon, Ilya Shapiro, earlier] Aside from chipping away at the rule of law, job preservation via presidential threats...Show More Summary
A South African court has ruled that the government's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court was unconstitutional. A judge in the North Gauteng High Court on Wednesday instructed … Click to Continue »
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) has been ruled unconstitutional by the country's High Court, the opposition party which brought the challenge to the government's move said on Wednesday.
In 2016, Agents’ Mutual, the parent company of OTM sued estate agents Gascoigne Halman and Moginie James for damages in the High Court accusing them of breaking the terms of their agreements by listing properties on more than one other portal. The long-running case recently ended in London where a decision is expected in a number of weeks.
North Carolina's new Democratic governor and attorney general say they are ending state efforts to persuade the U.S. Supreme Court to revive a GOP-backed voter ID law that was struck … Click to Continue »
The Supreme Court has declined to disturb the conviction of former New York City councilman Daniel Halloran on bribery and fraud charges. The justices on Tuesday rejected Halloran's appeal of … Click to Continue »
New Zealand High Court rules Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the U.S., Google/Bing reach deal over pirate results and Bieber accused of ducking deposition. The post 3 Count: Extradition Decision appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The question before the Supreme Court comes down to whether the family of a Mexican citizen shot on Mexican soil has the right to sue under the U.S. Constitution.
The New Zealand High Court said, however, that the extradition is not based on copyright grounds, and Dotcom’s legal team is “confident” the decision will be reversed.