Tag Archives: Release

FAN 188 (First Amendment News)UW law profs release letter re applicable law governing security fees on college campuses

The protections of the First Amendment are not limited to liberals, or conservatives, or people with good ideas.The principle at issue here is not a new one. Time and again, during the difficult days of the civil rights movement, the courts … Continue reading

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Case o' The Week: Faster than a speeding jet – Shimabukuro and Custodial Terms for Supervised Release

  Defense counsel flew for six hours, from SFO to Honolulu, after oral argument in San Francisco  The Ninth was considerably faster: it took only four hours to deliver the per curiam victory.   United States v. Shimabukuro, 2018 WL … Continue reading

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Settlement agreements don't release claims related to fraud around the settlement itself

A recent decision out of the Eastern District of Louisiana, In re Chinese-Manufactured Drywall Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 09-2047 (behind paywall), stems from a multi-district litigation over the sale of Chinese drywall in the Southeast during rebuilding efforts after… … Continue reading

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CoinAlts East Announced – April 19, 2018 (Press Release)

Below is the press release on our CoinAlts East event.  We hope to see you there. **** CoinAlts Fund Symposium Announces East Coast Event NEW YORK (PRWEB) MARCH 30, 2018 The CoinAlts Fund Symposium is announcing its second event, called CoinAlts East, … Continue reading

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Careless Release of a Psychiatric Patient: “Medical Malpractice” or “General Negligence”?

Szymborski v. Spring Mountain Treatment Center, 403 P.3d 1280 (Nev. 2017) Categorization of a tort action as a suit for “medical malpractice,” as opposed to general negligence, or vice versa, can be crucial. By making this categorization, courts determine whether … Continue reading

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