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Apple Gets Legal Setback at the App Store: Antitrust Suit Revived

A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit against Apple that alleges the company monopolizes the market for apps that run on its products. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said that Apple distributes third-party developers' applications directly from its App Store, giving purchasers standing to sue the company under......

Apple must face claims of monopoly in iPhone app market

4 days agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

An appeals court has ruled that Apple must face antitrust charges in a lawsuit that alleges that the company monopolized the market for iPhone apps. The U.S. Court for Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed Thursday a decision by a lower...Show More Summary

3 Count: Not Pausing Stopping 2

Ninth Circuit denies VidAngel's emergency appeal to stay injunction, Axanar suffers big defeat in court and Bulgarian radio can't play its national anthem. The post 3 Count: Not Pausing Stopping 2 appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Law Firm Loses $1 Million Tax Deduction for Standby Airplane

To the lawyer who wanted a standby deduction for his aircraft, the Ninth Circuit said, "Oh no, that's not gonna fly." At least, that's the gist of what the Ninth Circuit said about the lawyers' ill-fated attempt to deduct more than $1 million in travel expenses. Engstrom, a plaintiff's......

Liberals Panic as Trump May Be Able To Flip Left-Leaning Ninth Circuit

Liberals fear that Trump will have too much power (ironically because they gave Obama that much power and are now regretting it), but it turns out his reach might extend

The Ninth Circuit’s Top Environmental Law Decisions of 2016

In 2016, at least, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit was the most important and influential court in the nation when it comes to environmental law.  That’s true for two reasons: first, the U.S. Supreme Court only issued one significant environmental law decision last year, in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes […]

9th Circuit Will Rehear Case on the 'Right to Buy Arms'

The Second Amendment, a Ninth Circuit panel ruled in a 2-1 decision last May, protects not just the right to bear arms for self-defense, but the "right to acquire weapons for self-defense." The ruling came after a challenge to an Alameda County zoning law that allegedly barred all new......

Ninth Circuit Panel Unanimously Rejects Racial Voting Restriction in Northern Mariana Islands Election

The opinion by Chief Judge Thomas is here. The opinion relies upon the Supreme Court’s decision in Rice v. Cayetano. … Continue reading ?

Legislature Wrongly Denied Defense to Agricultural Employers to Favor Unions, 9th Cir. Rules

A federal appeals court ruled the California legislature wrongly carved out a law to help workers' unions in lawsuits against their employers. In a final order to elaborate its earlier decision, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals explained that the Legislature passed a "safe harbor" provision in Assembly Bill......

California's 'Cool Down' Period for All Gun Purchases Upheld by 9th Cir.

The Ninth Circuit upheld California's 10-day 'cool down' period for gun purchasers last week. Under that law, all purchasers must wait for their guns, even if they have previously purchased a firearm or have cleared a background check in under 10 days. Even then, a 10-day wait is not......

Ninth Circuit Overturns ruling on Second Amendment Waiting Periods

The Ninth Circuit has overturned the District Court decision in Silvester v. Harris. The Ninth held that waiting periods were reasonable safety precautions. This post Ninth Circuit Overturns ruling on Second Amendment Waiting Periods appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Calguns Foundation Statement on Overturned Ten Day Wait Period Case

In response to today’s Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision Brandon Combs, of The Calguns Foundation, has released the following statement: This post Calguns Foundation Statement on Overturned Ten Day Wait Period Case appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Appeals Court On Board for New Underground Rail in L.A.

A new underground light-rail will move on down the track near Little Tokyo in Los Angeles, following a federal appeals court decision. The Ninth Circuit upheld a district court decision turning down complaints that the proposed Metro rail system would disrupt business and harm the environment. The justices unanimously ruled that......

Judge States That Foie Gras Production Is ‘Absolutely Cruel’

PETA has just learned that during a hearing on Wednesday concerning California’s appeal to reinstate its ban on foie gras, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Judge... The post Judge States That Foie Gras Production Is ‘Absolutely Cruel’ appeared first on PETA.

Convicted FBI Sting Target Challenges Investigation, Domestic Surveillance; Ends Up With Nothing

last monthIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld [PDF] a terrorism conviction, despite its own concerns about the government's behavior during the investigation. (h/t Brad Heath) Mohamed Osman Mohamud appealed his conviction for attempting...Show More Summary

Appeals Court Dumps Infringement Lawsuit Against EA After Plaintiff Fails To Produce Evidence

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed [PDF] the dismissal of a copyright infringement suit brought against Electronic Arts by Robin Antonick, a programmer who worked on the Apple II version of the game Madden back in the mid-80s. Antonick...Show More Summary

Supreme Court Hears Case on Stripping Migrants of Due Process Rights

Both the Second and Ninth Circuit courts determined, in separate cases, that immigrants must receive a bond hearing within or after six months of detention, respectively, but the Obama administration has continued to fight the issue. The post Supreme Court Hears Case on Stripping Migrants of Due Process Rights appeared first on Rewire.

Woman Shot by Police for Holding a Knife Can Bring Excessive Force Claim

An Arizona police officer must stand trial for shooting a woman who was walking in her driveway with a knife, a federal appeals court ruled Monday. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal reversed a lower court that had dismissed the case on a motion for summary judgment. Judge William K.......

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