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23 Apr 2013, 11:46 am by Kenan Farrell
Malibu Media LLC v. John Doe Court Case Number: 2:13-cv-00136-RLM-JEMFile Date: Monday, April 22, 2013Plaintiff: Malibu Media LLCPlaintiff Counsel: Paul J Nicoletti of Nicoletti & Associates PLLCDefendant: John DoeCause: Copyright InfringementCourt: Northern District of IndianaJudge: Judge Robert L Miller, JrReferred To: Magistrate Judge John E Martin View this document on Scribd [read post]
21 Mar 2010, 6:36 am by V.Venkatesan
The judgment (20 pages) by the Markandey Katju-R.M.Lodha Bench making a reference to the Constitution Bench to determine the contours of Article 136 can be read at the Supreme Court's site. [Mathai @ Joby v. George, delivered on March 19, SLP(c)7105/2010]. The Bench relies heavily on the recent Mr.K.K.Venugopal's R.K.Jain Memorial Lecture. Paragraphs 21 and 22 of the judgment sum up the Bench's views on the matter. I am reproducing the two paragraphs here:21.Mr.Venugopal has suggested the following… [read post]
22 Mar 2010, 5:06 pm by V.Venkatesan
Mr.K.V.Dhananjay has written to me raising this interesting issue:Another Constitution Bench will now sit down to weigh what kind of cases should be heard by the Supreme Court in its appellate jurisdiction (that is, under Article 136 of the Constitution).Parliament does not seem to quite agree with the above assessment. Lok Sabha has already passed 'The Commercial Division of High Courts Bill, 2009'. What this Bill aims to do is to create a special division within existing High Courts to fast track… [read post]
12 Mar 2014, 2:00 am by Keith Paul Bishop
I’ve written on several occasions about the Office of Administrative Law.  It should not be confused with the Office of Administrative Hearings.  The OAH provides administrative law judges who conduct hearings for over 1500 state and local government agencies.  In many cases, although the hearings are quasi-judicial, non-attorneys and out-of-state attorneys often appear on behalf of others.  Non-attorneys may be laypeople, paid advocates and union… [read post]
14 Feb 2012, 5:26 am by Alison Rowe
            Paul Husband, an equine tax attorney based in California, will be contributing a series of guest posts over the next few weeks on the 2011 tax opinion, Van Dusen v. Commissioner. There are many valuable lessons contained in this opinion from which equine charities might benefit. Enjoy!             In the context of deductions claimed by a woman who kept 70 to 80 “foster” cats, in addition to her own seven pet cats, the U.S. Tax Court addressed the… [read post]