First Circuit Court of Appeals Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Riegel: The final chapter in landman's environmental crusade?Read the original story

    Tuesday Oct 10 | Baton Rouge Business Report

    ... made that argument in a motion challenging Collins' standing. The dispute went all the way to First Circuit Court of Appeals, which ruled in Collins' favor, clearing the way for the 2015 trial. What made the appellate court change its mind in just a ...

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  2. First Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Claim That "Simply Point[ed] ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | JD Supra

    First Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Claim That "Simply Point[ed] . . . to Omitted Details" of FDA Communications Without Pleading Misleading Statements, in Corban v.

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  3. Fight over news media access to second Tensing trial leads to $56,000 legal billRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | Cincinnati CityBeat

    A Columbus law firm defending actions by Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Leslie Ghiz to regulate news coverage of the second Ray Tensing murder trial in June has sent a $56,723 bill for its work, an amount that will be borne by county taxpayers. Normally, the county prosecutor's office represents county judges in legal matters.

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  4. Why You Never Threaten Opposing CounselRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | FindLaw

    Muckle left little to the imagination when he sent an email warning about how bombs could be made from ordinary household items , such as plastic bottles. For good measure, he sent the email to a large mailing list with a warning to his opposing counsel: "I want them to be very careful because want them to be in one piece and in good health when we face off in the First Circuit court, I will get more satisfaction from that, so guys, read below and be safe," he wrote.

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  5. Gov. Brown vetoes bill to fund purchase of Martins Beach pathRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | San Jose Mercury News

    Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill on Sunday that sought to create a pot for money that could have been used to purchase an easement over a billionaire's land to a popular beach. In his veto message on SB 42 by Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo County, Brown said that the bill related to access to Martins Beach "does not meet the author's intent."

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  6. Tech billionaire Vinod Khosla has finally opened the gates to this...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 7 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Tech billionaire Vinod Khosla has finally opened the gates to this California beach following a years-long court battle - and locals are thrilled Nine years after he bought an 89-acre parcel near Martins Beach in San Mateo County, California, Silicon Valley venture capitalist Vinod Khosla appears to have given up on his battle to block public access to the shore. Khosla was found to be in violation of the California Coastal Act when, in 2009, he began locking a gate to a road that leads down to a parking lot on the beach.

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  7. Katherine Adams joins Apple as general counsel and SVPRead the original story

    Friday Oct 6 | PressReleasePoint

    Apple today announced that Katherine Adams, formerly senior vice president and general counsel of Honeywell, will join Apple as general counsel and senior vice president of Legal and Global Security, reporting to CEO Tim Cook and serving on Apple's executive team. The company also announced Bruce Sewell, who has served as Apple's general counsel since 2009, will be retiring at the end of the year.

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  8. Daily Dish 10/5/17Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The 68-year-old Foreman posted a picture of the 65-year-old Seagal on Twitter on Monday, writing: "I challenge you One on one, I use boxing you can use whatever. 10 rounds in Vegas."

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  9. Woman seeks revival of defamation suit against Bill CosbyRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 4 | The Gleaner

    An attorney for a woman who says Bill Cosby raped her more than four decades ago has urged a federal appeals court to revive her defamation lawsuit against the comedian. F. William Salo told a three-judge panel of the 1st US Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday that Cosby destroyed Katherine McKee's reputation when his lawyer wrote a letter demanding a retraction of a 2014 New York Daily News story about her rape allegations.

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  10. Federal Courthouses in Caribbean Remain ShutteredRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | Law.com

    More than two weeks after Hurricane Maria pummeled the Caribbean, the federal courthouses in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands remain closed indefinitely, officials said Wednesday. Initial damage assessments have begun on the three buildings-located on St. Thomas, St. Croix and in the Puerto Rican capital of San Juan-but the information is not yet validated, according to a spokeswoman for the federal "The buildings will be reopened when service is restored and it is safe to do so," the agency said in an email.

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  11. Woman seeks revival of Cosby defamation suitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | WPTV Local News

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  12. Appeals court to consider defamation case against Bill CosbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | USA Today

    A federal appeals court is set to examine a defamation lawsuit filed against Bill Cosby by a woman who claims he raped her decades ago. Appeals court to consider defamation case against Bill Cosby A federal appeals court is set to examine a defamation lawsuit filed against Bill Cosby by a woman who claims he raped her decades ago.

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  13. Louisiana Supreme Court ends Baton Rouge landman's environmental whistleblower suitRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 3 | Baton Rouge Business Report

    The Louisiana Supreme Court has refused to take up Baton Rouge landman Dan Collins' long-running environmental whistleblower case against the state Department of Natural Resources, effectively ending the 10-year legal battle over dredging in the Atchafalaya Basin. from the First Circuit Court of Appeals that overturned a $750,000 judgment Collins won against the state at a 2015 trial.

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  14. Pastor wants judge's "unnecessary and prejudicial language" thrown outRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 3 | WICU12 Erie

    A Springfield pastor and former gubernatorial candidate is asking a federal appeals court to strike language used by a judge in a ruling that actually went in his favor. Pastor Scott Lively wants the Boston-based First Circuit Court of Appeals to remove language used by Federal Judge Michael Ponsor in his June memorandum dismissing a suit brought against the pastor by the group Sexual Minorities Uganda .

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  15. Pastor Lively Requests Removal of Judge's LanguageRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 3 | Christian Newswire

    Liberty Counsel filed its opening brief today in the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit to defend Pastor Scott Lively's name and strike federal Judge Michael A. Ponsor's unnecessary and prejudicial language from the case brought against Lively by Sexual Minorities Uganda . Since the district court lacked jurisdiction to decide SMUG's claims, Judge Ponsor had no choice but to follow clear U.S. Supreme Court precedent and dismiss the case.

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  16. Fitchburg on hook for $800GRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The city is on the hook for an additional $800,000 in a lawsuit filed by a former police chief candidate, a federal judge ruled Monday. This $800,000 in attorney fees, pre-judgement interest and other costs is on top of the $1.5 million in damages a jury awarded the candidate, Scott Heagney, after a nine-day trial this spring.

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  17. SCOTUS Won't Let Fishermen Challenge Regulations Costing Them $700 A DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | The Daily Caller

    The U.S. Supreme Court denied to hear a case Monday brought by fishermen against the Department of Commerce for forcing fishers to pay for an on-board monitor to ensure fishing limits are followed, according to the Cause of Action Institute . Groundfisherman David Goethel and Northeast Fishery Sector 13 petitioned the Supreme Court to hear the case after U.S. District Court for New Hampshire and the First Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed the lawsuit.

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  18. Washington Sees Bipartisanship on Bill Against Sex TraffickingRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 1 | PressReleasePoint

    On September 19, 2017 the Senate Commerce Committee heard testimony from victims' families urging law makers to approve the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act . The bill has bipartisan support as it was promoted by both Senator Rob Portman and Senator Richard Blumenthal .

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  19. Mandatory Minimum Appeal for Accessing Child Pornography DeniedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | FindLaw

    ... from producer to consumer, as well as enhance the penalties for repeat offenders . As the First Circuit Court of Appeals explained that Blodgett's due process argument was an unwinnable uphill battle. Basically, if the laws proscribing mandatory ...

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  20. Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Set To Take Up Issue Of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 28 | JD Supra

    The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently agreed to a joint request for direct appellate review of a decision earlier this year in which the trial court ruled that insurance companies were not entitled to reimbursement of defense costs they had paid to defend their insured, absent policy provisions requiring such. Vibram USA, Inc., a shoe maker, sought coverage for a suit alleging that it unlawfully obtained a trademark for its running shoe named after an Olympic marathon runner.

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