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California Federal Litigators: Is Your Rutter Up to Date?

The Rutter Group's Federal Civil Procedure Before Trial, California and Ninth Circuit Edition has been updated for 2017 with new case law, statutes, and important info to help guide you through the procedural minefield that is federal litigation in California. Updates are still available for current subscribers. (Disclosure: The......

Going to Federal Court in California? The Rutter Group Can Help

Litigators in the Ninth Circuit's district courts work on some of the most innovative and forward-thinking cases filed in the country. For years now, federal litigators in California have trusted The Rutter Group's Federal Civil Procedure Before Trial, California and Ninth Circuit Edition. (Disclosure: The Rutter Group is part......

C-SPAN to Air 7th Annual UCI Law Supreme Court Term in Review on Wed at 8 PM Eastern

You can watch here, from the event back in July. Panelists Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean and Professor of Law, UC Berkeley Law School, Founding Dean, UCI Law Hon. Alex Kozinski, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Hon. Leondra R. Kruger, … Continue reading ?

Ninth Circuit Stays 21 Children's Climate Change Case

A lawsuit filed by a group of 21 young people against the federal government due to climate change is less crazy than it actually sounds. A federal district court judge in Oregon ruled the case could proceed to trial, despite the government's objections. However, due to a request for......

Court Splits Baby Food Case Against Gerber

A federal appeals court threw out claims that Gerber deceived consumers about its baby food, but said the plaintiff may sue for unfair competition. The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded Bruton v. Gerber Food Products. The appeals panel said the......

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit: a brief history of the Beaux-Arts gem in SoMa

Described as “the best constructed public building in the country” when it opened, this South of Market structure reads like a love letter to granite and marble San Francisco’s own U.S. Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit received national attention after it played a prominent role in federal politics this year. Show More Summary

District Court Judge's Retweet Doesn't Require Recusal, Nor Reversal

In a recent decision by a three judge panel at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, judges that use Twitter got a little bit more clarity on when Tweeting violates judicial ethics. The case involved an appeal of a motion for relief from judgment filed by Sierra Pacific Industries,......

News Coverage of Ninth Circuit Panel on Election Law with Brad Smith, Ann Ravel, and Me

SF Chronicle, Experts defend, oppose Electoral College, campaign finance rules Courthouse News Service, Voter Fraud Extremely Rare, Conference Panel Agrees   … Continue reading ?

Appeals Court Agrees Government Can Tell NSL Recipients To STFU Indefinitely

last monthIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has just handed down a terrible decision in a fight against National Security Letter gag orders. The EFF has been working with plaintiffs Cloudflare and Credo Mobile to have these indefinite gag orders...Show More Summary

Monkey-selfie photographer sued by PETA says he’s broke

PETA has appealed to the Ninth Circuit the dismissal of its suit, ostensibly on behalf of a wild monkey, against “monkey-selfie” photographer David Slater. Slater, reduced by years of litigation against the fanatical animal rights group and other parties, is in financial straits and thinking of walking dogs to earn money. Show More Summary

Feds ask that judge's ruling on travel ban be put on hold

The U.S. Justice Department has asked the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to put on hold a judge's ruling modifying the Trump administration's travel ban on immigrants from six majority-Muslim … Click to Continue »

PETA to Appeal ‘Monkey Selfie’ Case on Grounds That Monkey Owns Copyright

On Wednesday, lawyers for PETA will ask the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco to hold that Naruto—the Indonesian free-living crested macaque who gained... The post PETA to Appeal ‘Monkey Selfie’ Case on Grounds That Monkey Owns Copyright appeared first on PETA.

9th Circuit Gives A Big Fat NO To Hawaii’s Challenge Of Trump Travel Ban

Every once in a while the Ninth Circuit Court gets it right. Even if that’s only because the language of the case forced them to decide the case without their

Ninth Circuit Sides with Undocumented Migrant Children, Though the Justice Department Might Not Obey

The detention of migrant children without a bond hearing, judges agreed Wednesday, violates the consent agreement the government agreed to be bound by in order to resolve this lawsuit, which originated as a class action in 1985 under the case name Flores v. Show More Summary

Morning Docket: 07.07.17

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

Another day, another notable immigration ruling from the Ninth Circuit (by the great liberal lion, Judge Stephen Reinhardt, joined by his brilliant ideological protégé, Judge Marsha Berzon). [How Appealing] The sexual assault case against Bill Cosby, which previously ended in a mistrial after the jury deadlocked, will be retried in November. Show More Summary

Detained immigrant youths entitled to release hearing, court rules

Thousands of youngsters in U.S. immigration custody are entitled to judicial hearings that could lead to their release, to either a parent or another adult, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday. The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals...Show More Summary

Wells Fargo's Win on Nevada Lien Law Left Intact by Supreme Court

In a tacit affirmation of another U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision this week, the U.S. Supreme Court left intact the appeals court's ruling that Nevada's lien law violated due process rights of mortgage lenders. The Ninth Circuit said in Bourne Valley Court Trust v. Wells Fargo Bank......

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Peruta Case on Second Amendment

In Peruta v. California, the Ninth Circuit held that the right to carry concealed arms outside the home was not protected by the Second Amendment. This post Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Peruta Case on Second Amendment appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

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