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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Cobbler Nevada, LLC v. Gonzales, Docket No. 17-35041

Attorney’s fees: Copyright: Prevailing party: Dismissal with prejudice: Voluntary dismissal: The Copyright Act states that the district court “may . . . award a reasonable attorney’s fee to the prevailing party as part of the costs . . . .” … Continue reading

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Partial-birth abortion ban struck down (Gonzales v. Carhart)

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Up in smoke – Justices take pot shots at medicinal marijuana law (Gonzales v. Raich)

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Attack on default judgment after trial no-show successful on appeal – Midland Funding v. Rosa Gonzales (Tex.App. – Eastland Sep. 21, 2017)

When the plaintiff does not show up for trial, the case gets dismissed for want of prosecution or as it’s called in Texas – DWOPPED [pronounced “dee-whopped”]; when the Defendant does not appear, a default judgment will typically be entered, … Continue reading

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Save Gonzales? Blame Sampson

Yesterday was a day for even more apologies and finger-pointing from the Justice Department and a tactical retreat and retrenchment from the man who now (rightly or wrongly) appears destined to be portrayed as the symbol of the ever-evolving controversy … Continue reading

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