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Planned Parenthood of the Heartland and Jill Meadows v. Kimberly K. Reynolds, ex rel State of Iowa and Iowa Board of Medicine SUPREME COURT OF IOWA

In this appeal, we must decide if the constitutional right of women to choose to terminate a pregnancy is unreasonably restricted by a statute that prohibits the exercise of the right for a period of seventy-two hours after going to a doctor. In making this decision, we recognize the continuing debate in society over abortion and acknowledge the right of government to reasonably regulate the const... More...   $0 (07-15-2018 - IA)

HAYAT SINDI v. SAMIA EL-MOSLIMANY and ANN EL-MOSLIMANY United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit

This case implicates a plethora
of issues arising in the shadow of the First Amendment. Most
notably, it requires us to address the power of a court to impose
a prior restraint in the form of a permanent injunction forbidding
the publication of words — words that the court believes have been
used to defame the plaintiff in the past and are likely to be
repeated. The... More...
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Jerry Lynn Lofton a/k/a Gerry Lynn Lofton a/k/a Gerry Lofton a/k/a Jerry Loftin a/k/a Jerry Lofton v. State of Mississippi

Edroy James Ballard Jr. was shot and killed on June 3, 2014, in Horn Lake, Mississippi. A DeSoto County grand jury charged Lofton with Ballard’s murder. Lofton was deemed indigent, and Adam Emerson was appointed to represent him. Several months later, Emerson filed a motion to reconsider Lofton’s indigent status. Emerson informed the trial court that Lofton had refused to meet with him and wi... More...   $0 (07-15-2018 - FL)

Angela Belfiore-Braman v. D. Daniel Rotenberg, M.D. Glass Office Floor Mats

Plaintiffs and appellants Angela Belfiore-Braman and Stephen Braman
(sometimes together Plaintiff) appeal a defense judgment entered on a jury verdict, in
their medical malpractice action against defendant and respondent D. Daniel Rotenberg,
M.D. (Defendant), an orthopedic surgeon. The jury found Defendant was not negligent
in the care and treatment of Ms. Belfiore-Braman during t... More...
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Stephanie Ann Cole v. State of Tennessee

The Petitioner was indicted for and pled guilty to the first degree premeditated murder of the victim, Louis Tammaro, receiving a life sentence. At the plea hearing, the
State proffered the factual basis for the Petitioner’s guilty plea. The State asserted, through the testimony of Agent Dan Friel of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, that on June 20, 2014, the Petitioner’s neighbor wen... More...
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Franklin Savage v. State of Maryland District of Maryland Federal Courthouse - Baltimore, Maryland

These appeals are part of broader litigation alleging pervasive race discrimination and unlawful retaliation against three African-American police officers who worked for Pocomoke City in Worcester County, Maryland. The issues before us today arise from the interactions of one of those plaintiffs, Franklin Savage, with the State’s Attorney for Worcester County, Beau Oglesby. According to Savage, O... More...   $0 (07-14-2018 - MD)

Nadine Pellegrino and Harry Waldman v. T.S.A., Nuyriah Abdul-Malik, Laura Labbee, and Denice Kissinger United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

In Vanderklok v. United States, 868 F.3d 189 (3d Cir.
2017), we declined to imply a Bivens cause of action against
airport screeners employed by the Transportation Security
Administration (TSA) in part because they “typically are not
law enforcement officers and do not act as such.” Id. at 208.
We now must decide a related question that we anticipated, but
did not resolve, ... More...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA VERSUS JUAN SALINAS Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal

Defendant, Juan Salinas, was arrested on February 1, 2015, along with
defendant, Lance Cowans. On March 12, 2015, the St. Charles Parish District
Attorney filed a bill of information charging defendant with possession with intent
to distribute marijuana in violation of La. R.S. 40:966(A)(2). On April 7, 2015,
defendant was arraigned and entered a plea of not guilty. On Febru... More...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA VERSUS LANCE COWANS

Defendant, Lance Cowans, was arrested on February 1, 2015, along with
Juan Salinas. Defendant was charged with possession of more than sixty but less
than two thousand pounds of marijuana in violation of La. R.S. 40:966(F) (count
one), and possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances3 in violation
of La. R.S. 40:967(C) (count three).4 On April 7, 2015, defendant ... More...
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Rebecca Ulate Garcia v. The State of Texas Texas Court of Appeals, Eleventh District

Appellant, Rebecca Ulate Garcia, pleaded guilty to the third-degree felony offense of theft in the amount of $20,000 or more but less than $100,000. Pursuant to the terms of the plea agreement, the trial court deferred a finding of guilt and placed Appellant on community supervision for three years. The trial court also assessed a fine of $1,000 and ordered Appellant to pay restitution in the am... More...   $0 (07-12-2018 - TX)

Enrique Arochi v. The State of Texas

Paulina Petrosky and the victim in this case, Christina Morris, were friends from Allen
High School. Petrosky graduated in 2010, one year after Morris, and the two had remained friends.
Petrosky, an account manager for an insurance company, lived in an apartment complex located
at the Shops at Legacy in Plano, Texas, a mixed-use residential and commercial property with
shops,... More...
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Richard Paul Fisher v. State Personnel Board

While serving as an administrative law judge for the State Personnel Board (SPB),
Richard Paul Fisher joined the law firm of Simas & Associates as “of counsel.” Simas
& Associates specialized in representing clients facing administrative actions, including
those heard by the SPB. Indeed, the Simas law firm represented a CalTrans employee in
a high-profile case that was being heard ... More...
   $0 (07-10-2018 - CA)

ichael Donaldson a/k/a Michael Paul Donaldson a/k/a Mike Donaldson v. State of Mississippi

During an investigation for child pornography, the Mississippi Attorney General’s
Cyber Crime Unit (the “Cyber Crime Unit”), through Investigator Kyle Moore, obtained a
warrant to search Donaldson’s residence. Investigators seized over thirty items of digital
evidence; these items included a Dell laptop that was found on the toilet in the master
bathroom (“Laptop 1”) and a Dell la... More...
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Jerry Page a/k/a Jerry Abram a/k/a Jerry Abrams v. State of Mississippi

On Labor Day morning, September 1, 2014, a thoroughly burned, still smoldering
pickup truck was found on East Reservoir Road in rural Marion County. A burned human
body was in the bed of the truck. The truck was identified as a white Ford Ranger owned by
Billy Paul Cooper. The body was identified as Billy Paul Cooper’s son, Ryan Cooper.
¶4. Investigator Jamie Singley of the Mari... More...
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Rickey Portis a/k/a Ricky C. Portis a/k/a Ricky Portis v. State of Mississippi

Amy and Mary lived with their mother, Dee Smith, their younger maternal half
brother, and their stepfather, Rickey Portis. They frequently visited the home of their father,
John Collins, and stepmother, Ramona Collins. They were also close to their oldest paternal
half-sister, Mandy Clark. In February 2015, one or both of the girls told Ramona that Portis
had touched Amy. Ramon... More...
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ROGER LEE JACKSON a/k/a ROGER JACKSON a/k/a ROGER L. JACKSON v. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

In the early morning hours on November 11, 2014, two men were shot near Roach
Street in Jackson, Mississippi. One of the victims, Quincy McGowan, died. His body was
discovered in a nearby vacant lot by a passerby shortly after noon on November 11. Police
found ten 9 mm shell casings near the body, and a 9 mm projectile was recovered from
McGowan’s body during autopsy.
¶3. T... More...
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SPECIALTYCARE IOM SERVICES, LLC v. MEDSURANT HOLDINGS, LLC, ET AL.

SpecialtyCare IOM Services, LLC (“SpecialtyCare,” or “Appellee”) and Medsurant Holdings, LLC (“Holdings”) and Medsurant, LLC (together with Holdings, “Medsurant,” or “Appellants”) are direct competitors in the intraoperative
neurophysiologic monitoring services(“IOM”)industry. IOM services are typically used for patients undergoing operations related to the nervous system, or procedures that... More...
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DAVID R. SMITH v. THE TENNESSEE NATIONAL GUARD

Mr. Smith joined the Guard in 1993 as “a traditional guardsman.” In February 2002, he was selected for a full-time position in the Active Guard Reserve (“AGR”). Seven years later, in 2009, Mr. Smith applied for senior developmental education at the Naval War College in Washington, D.C., and he was accepted. The Guard required Mr. Smith to leave his full-time AGR position when he began attending... More...   $0 (07-09-2018 - TN)

In Re Volkswage "Clean Diesel" Marketing, Sales, Praftice and Products Liability Litigation Central District of California Federal Courthouse - Los Angeles, California Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

Ronald Clark Fleshman, Jr., the disgruntled owner of a
2012 Volkswagen Jetta, appeals the denial of his motion to
intervene in the federal government’s Clean Air Act suit
against Volkswagen, AG and several of its subsidiaries
(collectively Volkswagen or VW). The government’s suit
arose from the car manufacturer’s installation in some of its
cars of “defeat devices”—surrepti... More...
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Manmett S. Padda v. The Superior Court of Riverside County, GI Excellence, Inc., Real Parties in Interest

In this matter, we have reviewed the petition, its exhibits, and the letter response
filed by real parties in interest (hereafter real parties). We have determined that
resolution of the matter involves the application of settled principles of law, and that the
equities favor petitioners. We conclude that issuance of a peremptory writ in the first
instance is therefore appropriate.... More...
   $0 (07-09-2018 - CA)

Dominique Lopez, a Minor, etc. v. Sony Electronics, Inc.

When a child is allegedly harmed by in utero exposure to hazardous
chemicals, which statute of limitations applies: that for toxic exposure claims
(Code Civ. Proc., § 340.8, subd. (a)),
1 or that for prenatal injuries (§ 340.4)? The
answer determines the viability of this lawsuit. Because the toxic exposure statute
was more recently enacted, and its language plainly encompasses... More...
   $0 (07-08-2018 - CA)

John McAdams v. Marquette University

APPEAL from a judgment and an order of the Circuit Court
for Milwaukee County, David A. Hansher, Judge. Reversed and
remanded.
¶1 DANIEL KELLY, J. Marquette University suspended a
tenured faculty member because of a blog post criticizing an
encounter between an instructor and a student. Dr. John McAdams
took exception to his suspension, and brought a claim against
the U... More...
   $0 (07-07-2018 - WI)

Richard Paul Fisher v. State Personnel Board

While serving as an administrative law judge for the State Personnel Board (SPB),
Richard Paul Fisher joined the law firm of Simas & Associates as “of counsel.” Simas
& Associates specialized in representing clients facing administrative actions, including
those heard by the SPB. Indeed, the Simas law firm represented a CalTrans employee in
a high-profile case that was being heard ... More...
   $0 (07-07-2018 - CA)

Chuck Close v. Sotheby's Inc. Central District of California Federal Courthouse - Los Angeles, California Morelaw Internet Marketing National Find A Lawyer Directory 888-354-4529

The California Resale Royalties Act (“CRRA”) grants
artists an unwaivable right to 5% of the proceeds on any
resale of their artwork under specified circumstances. To that
end, the CRRA requires the seller of the artwork or the
seller’s agent to withhold 5% of the resale price and pay it to
the artist or, if the artist cannot be found, to the California
Arts Council. If the... More...
   $0 (07-06-2018 - CA)

PAULA LUBBERTS v. 4 LIFE WEIGHT LOSS CENTERS INC., d/b/a SLIM4LIFE,

Lubberts alleges Slim 4 Life violated the Kansas Consumer Protection Act (KCPA) when it engaged in deceptive acts and practices and unconscionable acts and practices resulting in Lubberts' purchase of a $400 weight loss program and $2,600 in nutritional supplements and food. Lubberts sought damages under the KCPA, including attorney fees.

In this paragraph, we will set out the basic all... More...
   $0 (07-06-2018 - KS)

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