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Alliance serves Nov 15 ultimatum for statute amendment

The Federal Alliance including the United Democratic Madhesi Front has expressed concerns over the ignorance on part of the government to register the Constitution amendment proposal in the House even within the timeframe that it unilaterally announced. The ... Himalayan times, 4 weeks ago

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Samsung gets reprieve in war against Apple from Supreme Court but no lasting relief

The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit—basing on the law that a company is liable to pay the entire profit made on an article of manufacture if it violates a patent—had earlier upheld the 9-million penalty on Samsung. (Reuters) For ...
 Financial Express1 day ago High Court Likely to Review Biosimilars Case After Solicitor General Brief  Bloomberg BNA19 hours ago Supreme Court Gives Samsung an Early Christmas Present For Now: eDiscovery Case Law  JD Supra1 day ago Supreme Court rules in favour of Samsung in Apple patent case but again leaves key questions unanswered  Intellectual Asset Management1 day ago

Vaccine Injuries—Protect Yourself Against Blown Statute of Limitations

When we are asked to lecture on vaccine injuries and vaccine injury cases, we always begin with two questions. First, we ask is, "has everyone had their vaccinations?" If not, we tell everyone that they should. Second, we ask (whether lawyers, ...
 Legal Intelligencer1 day ago

Judge lets California raisin growers keep seeking payment...

Numerous California raisin growers are seeking federal compensation for crops surrendered years ago as part of an old supply management system. Three new court decisions could help them. In two lawsuits that seek to become a large class action, ...
 Los Angeles Times4 days ago California raisin growers seek federal compensation  The Gulf Today6 days ago Court OKs California raisin growers suits to force federal payment for seized crops  Miami Herald1 week ago

Charitable status of trespassing animal rights groups targeted

Government and industry roundtable meetings on animal welfare last year discussed whether animal rights groups should be stripped of their charitable status if they trespass on farmland in their attempts to expose animal cruelty. Documents ...
 Beef Central2 days ago Barnaby Joyce and NSW ministers target charity status of animal rights groups  The Guardian2 days ago
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House Passes Bill To Extend Tax Relief Deadline For The Wrongfully Convicted

In less than two weeks, the application period for a federal law that allows exonerees to receive tax relief on any compensation they received for their wrongful conviction will expire ― even though many exonerees still don't know the law exists ...
 Huffington Post2 days ago

Some simple, commonsense, bipartisan campaign finance reforms

The Federal Election Commission is often mocked as a do-nothing agency, hopelessly split by partisan deadlock. But last week, the agency performed an annual and highly constructive act on a unanimous bipartisan basis: it made thirteen ...
 The Hill2 days ago

Federal Appeals Court Revives Gay-Straight Alliance Suit in Florida

A federal appeals court on Tuesday reinstated a lawsuit filed by a gay-straight alliance that was denied recognition at a Florida middle school. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, in Atlanta, held that Florida ...
 Education Week3 days ago

Algebra class means junior high school must allow Gay-Straight Alliance

The federal requires "" to generally let non-curricular student groups use school facilities (at least so long as it allows at least one such group). It was largely intended to protect religious student groups, but it also protects other groups, and ...
 Washington Post3 days ago
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Listen to Federal Judges Shred Arguments That Civil Rights Law Doesn't Protect Gay Employees

Federal Judge Richard Posner poses in his chambers in Chicago, July 2, 2012. John Gress/Reuters On Wednesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7 th Circuit heard arguments in Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College , a critical gay rights case ...
 Slate Magazine1 week ago Judges consider extending federal workplace protections...  Los Angeles Times1 week ago
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