Fox, ABC, NBC and Allbritton Communications have filed suit against Film On's Aereokiller TV station streaming service in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia .
Earlier this week, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to determine whether or not prayers can be offered at government meetings .
A judge ruled on Wednesday that customers who hold $210.5 million in gift cards from the defunct Borders chain aren't eligible for refunds.
On April 26, 2013, the Second Circuit held that New York City Human Rights Law claims must be analyzed separately from federal and state discrimination claims and that the severe or pervasive standard of liability no longer applies to NYCHRL claims.
NEW YORK: India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta today sought overturning of his insider- trading conviction in a US court here by arguing that the wiretap evidence used by the prosecution in the case should not have been introduced at trial stage.
Big changes may be afoot in copyright law these days, via both litigation and legislation.
On May 14, 2013, the controversial broadcast television streaming service filed a motion for summary judgment in the Southern District of New York on copyright claims brought by broadcast television networks that Aereo's service directly infringes the networks' public performance rights and directly and secondarily infringes their reproduction ... (more)
City officials took to the podium Tuesday airing grievances against a proposed resolution calling on Albany lawmakers to pass legislation allowing houses of worship in public schools and less than two hours later, a New York City Council committee passed the resolution.
Updating yesterday's ILB entry , that includes links to prior coverage of the Indiana legislative prayer case, Dan Carden reports today in the NWI Times , in a story headed "Prayer case set for U.S. Supreme Court similar to Ind.
Rajat Gupta , former Goldman Sachs director and former senior partner at McKinsey & Co., exits Federal court with his lawyer Gary Naftalis after being sentenced to two years in prison on Oct.
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case during its next term about whether a town that opened its public meetings with prayer violated the Constitution.
In his Civil Rights Litigation column, Ilann M. Maazel, a partner at Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady, writes: May a non-incarcerated plaintiff assert Section 1983 claims that call into question the validity of a state criminal conviction? In the recent case of 'Poventud v. City of New York,' the Second Circuit answered: yes.
Little more than one month after eviscerating a $774 million suit filed by Dexia S.A. against JPMorgan Chase, Southern District Judge Jed Rakoff has resurrected the case following a Second Circuit ruling on the Edge Act.
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider whether prayers can be offered at government meetings -- a practice that's been common in Congress and throughout the states for more than two centuries.