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6 hrs ago | The Family Badge
McNicholas & McNicholas , obtained a decision from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirming the district court's judgment, after a jury trial in favor of Leonard Avila, an LAPD officer who claimed that the Los Angeles Police Department fired him in retaliation for testifying in a Fair Labor Standards Act lawsuit brought by a fellow officer.
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10 hrs ago | The Columbian
With their crumbled cardboard signs, emblazoned with messages of need, Clark County's panhandlers are an acknowledged sight on many heavily trafficked street corners and freeway offramps.
14 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Via Stephen Bainbridge , we find a nice quote about the corporation, from the New York case Farmers' Loan & Trust Co.
14 hrs ago | The Washington Post
The Contract Clause, which prohibits states from making laws impairing the obligation of contracts, is commonly used to challenge state and local public pension reform efforts.
15 hrs ago | Courthouse News Service
The 9th Circuit on Thursday affirmed a $500 million fine and the convictions of two foreign executives charged in connection with the price-fixing of liquid-crystal display panels.
17 hrs ago | Cactus Thorns
Cecelia English is the former Superintendent, Morongo Unified School District. Ms. English contact Cactus Thorns Publisher, Dan O'Brien yesterday via email.
18 hrs ago | Reuters
A U.S. court on Thursday rejected an appeal by Taiwan-based AU Optronics Corp of the $500 million criminal fine the company was ordered to pay in 2012 after a conviction for price-fixing in the market for liquid crystal display panels.
22 hrs ago | VDARE
There's a cycle. American citizens see their communities destroyed by mass immigration.
Running across an FCC decision discussing the Zapple doctrine - which the FCC said expired with the Fairness Doctrine - made me wonder about people like Nicholas Zapple.
Reviving two class actions against employers that allegedly forced workers to skip meals, the 9th Circuit said Wednesday that a federal deregulation act does not override California's meal and rest break laws.
This fun map shows you what's across the ocean if you're on the beach . For instance, if you're on the west coast of the U.S., you're across the ocean from either Japan or Russia, depending on whether you're north or south of Tillamook Bay, Oregon .
Fox Broadcasting continued its attack on Dish Network's Hopper and Slingmedia technology in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, in California.
This legislation is pretty scary. In Massachusetts you have to have either a License To Carry or a Firearms Identification Card to own a firearm.
City of Pomona v. SQM North America Corporation Court Of Appeals, Ninth Circuit Nos.
Gov. Jan Brewer, shown in a 2012 file photo, blasted the court decision blocking Arizona's driver's license policy as an 'outrageous' and 'misguided' defense of a 'lawless directive' by the Obama administration.
In an interesting decision out of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the appellate court recently ruled that a city and county's policy of prohibiting male guards from overseeing female inmates in the jail system could run afoul of Title VII.
RAP [Rule of Appellate Procedure] 10.4 limits a respondent's brief to no more than 50 pages.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 11:31 pm
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