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[Eugene Volokh] State Civil Protective Order Doesn't Preclude Federal Challenge to Criminal Harassment Statute

An interesting new Younger abstention case from the Ninth Circuit, arising in our challenge to Washington's very broad criminal harassment statute.[1.] A Washington state statute criminalizes (among other things) "mak[ing] an electronic communication to … a third party" "with intent … Continue reading

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Pedestrian Crosswalk Injuries to a Headline-Making Helicopter Crash: Advocacy Doesn't Take a Summer Holiday at Luvera Law Firm

From crosswalk injury cases to the KOMO helicopter crash, we have had a busy summer earning justice and results for our clients. Read more detail on Recent Medical Malpractice posts –

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Court confirms arbitrator's overtime award – doesn't find "pyramiding"

An earlier post (Pyramiding overtime – Employer challenges arbitrator's award) discussed an award  of Arbitrator Mathew Frackiewicz sustaining a grievance Armstrong County Memorial Hospital claimed was improperly seeking to "pyramid" overtime. The dispute concerned the pay treatment for an employee who … Continue reading

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non-lawyer's purchase of "trademark attorney" as a keyword doesn't itself plausibly deceive consumers

LegalForce RAPC Worldwide P.C. v. Swyers, No. 17-cv-07318-MMC, 2018 WL 3439371 (N.D. Cal. Jul. 17, 2018)LegalForce alleged that defendants operated “TTC Business Solutions,” providing “trademark related services,” and that they “engag[ed] in the unlawful practice of law” as well as … Continue reading

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Fifth Circuit: Williamson County Doesn't Require District Court Dismiss Due Process Or Takings Claim

A short, but published, opinion from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. In Archbold-Garrett v. New Orleans, No. 17-30692 (June 22, 2018), the court held that the plaintiffs' Fourth Amendment, Fifth Amendment, and Fourteenth Amendment claims (search … Continue reading

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