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Sperm Donor Denied Parental Rights

From USA Today: BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — A married same-sex Chemung County couple can rebuff an effort by a sperm donor to exert parental rights on the daughter born as a result of the arrangement. A midlevel New York appeals court… … Continue reading

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Rick Perry’s proposed coal, nuclear compensation rule denied by US regulator

Enlarge / Industry. (credit: Kym Farnik) On Monday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) denied a rule proposed by Energy Secretary Rick Perry earlier this year (PDF) to compensate coal and nuclear generation facilities over and above the compensation they … Continue reading

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Davies v Davies, 2017 WL 6616691 {2d Cir., 2017)[French St. Martin] [Grave Risk of Harm] [Petition denied]

          In Davies v Davies, 2017 WL 6616691 {2d Cir., 2017) the Second Circuit affirmed a judgement which denied the fathers petition for repatriation of his five-year-old son K.D. to French St. Martin.         … Continue reading

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WCRC Award Protests Denied

As we previously reported, CMS awarded the Workers’ Compensation Review Contractor (WCRC) contract to Capitol Bridge, LLC, which was subsequently protested by two other companies who participated in the bidding process.  The protests were recently denied, but the decisions are … Continue reading

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[Eugene Volokh] “For at least six reasons, the motion [for emergency injunction against allegedly defamatory web sites] is DENIED”

From Friday’s federal district court decision in Kazal v. Price (M.D. Fla. Dec. 8, 2017), which I thought was worth quoting in detail, and which seems a nice counterpoint to the Ohio state court Barley House injunction: The latest spat … Continue reading

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