Tag Archives: Ordered

Ex Refusing Court Ordered Visitation

In the wake of a divorce with kids or other custody battles, the parenting plan lays out visitation, overnights, and the rest. This is a legally binding court-ordered document. Both parents must abide by what it says. But that doesn’t … Continue reading

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Port of Bellingham Ordered to Pay $16M to Injured Ferry Worker

In November of 2012, Shannon Adamson suffered life-threatening injuries when the passenger gangway she was standing on collapsed. She fell 18-feet and suffered a shattered pelvis and sacrum, fractures in her lower back, loss of sensation in her right leg, … Continue reading

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Patent-Eligibility Not Supported by an Ordered Combination of Generic Technology Elements

Patent claims reciting “buying and selling an item relating to unique subjects” unsurprisingly could not meet the patent-eligibility bar of 35 U.S.C. § 101 and the Alice/Mayo test when the patent owner appealed a lower court’s Rule 12(b)(6) dismissal. VOIT Technologies, … Continue reading

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Human Rights Defender Ordered Deported

On December 5, Alejandra Pablos, an activist for Latina reproductive rights, testified before the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights at a hearing on the treatment of human rights defenders at the U.S. border. Pablos has been repeatedly targeted by ICE… … Continue reading

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Optimal Law Enforcement with Ordered Leniency

Claudia M. Landeo and Kathryn E. Spier discuss Optimal Law Enforcement with Ordered Leniency. ABSTRACT: This paper studies the design of enforcement policies to detect and deter harmful short-term activities committed by groups of injurers. With an ordered-leniency policy, the… … Continue reading

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