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12 Jun 2011, 5:00 pm by Brian Shiffrin
by James EckertIn People v Johnson (2011 NY Slip Op 04764 [6/9/11])the Court of Appeals ruled that a juror who said she could set aside her personal views on the insanity defense and could apply the law as set forth by the court should have been removed for cause based on subsequent statements by the juror on the same subject matter. [read post]
21 Jun 2016, 2:31 pm by Francis Pileggi
This post was prepared by Justin Forcier, an associate in the Wilmington office of Eckert Seamans. [read post]
25 Feb 2019, 9:05 pm by Walter Olson
” [Alicia Cherem and Carly Taylor with sidebar by Kaitlyn Hopkins and James Crabtree-Hannigan] I reported on the same trend in 2017 and again last year. [read post]
26 Jul 2012, 8:23 am
Mowell's motorycle received total damage and was towed from the scene of the crash by Eckert Tow. [read post]
7 Jan 2019, 6:00 am by Juvan Bonni
Klarquist Sparkman, LLP Stoel Rives LLP Dority & Manning Steptoe–Life Sciences Patent Litigation Associate Steptoe–Patent Litigation Associate Middleton Reutlinger Eckert Seamans Steptoe–Patent Agent/Technical Specialist Blackbird Technologies [read post]
2 Mar 2010, 5:21 am by Lawrence B. Ebert
The relevant prior art:The prior art here includes: (a) a trading card with a picture of Marilyn Monroe and a diamond attached to the card (“Monroe”); (b) a piece of a sheet purportedly slept on by one of the Beatles attached to a copy of a letter on Whittier Hotel stationery declaring authenticity (“Whittier”); (c) a piece of fabric purportedly belonging to a Capuchin Friar named Stephen Eckert attached to paper stock including a picture of the friar (“Eckert”); and… [read post]
8 Apr 2015, 7:08 pm by Brian Shiffrin
by James Eckert, Monroe County Assistant Public DefenderThe Court of Appeals, Fahey, J. writing for the court, held: "as a matter of state evidentiary law, that evidence of a defendant's selective silence generally may not be used by the People as part of their case-in-chief, either to allow the jury to infer the defendant's admission of guilt or to impeach the credibility of the defendant's version of events when the defendant has not testified. [read post]
1 Mar 2010, 11:56 am by Two-Seventy-One Patent Blog
Exemplary claim 1 reads:A memorabilia card comprising a substrate in the form of a card and having an image surface,the image surface including a background image and a foreground image, and wherein the foregoing image is of a famous figure,a piece of a memorabilia item being adhered to the card adjacent to where an image of the actual item normally would appear, and the card including a certificate attesting to the authenticity of the item.On summary judgment, the district court held that that… [read post]
11 Oct 2013, 6:38 am by admin
Ashmore – @kcashmore1 Jason Augustine – @augustinelaw Brandy Harman Austin @thebrandyaustin, @brandyaustinlaw Steve Autry – @autry13 Kencade Babb – @kencadeb Ann Massey Badmus – @annbadmus Bill Bailey – @bbaileylaw David Bailey – @dabjd Leigh Bailey – @leigh_bailey Trina McReynolds Bailey – @trinamcrey Lindley Bain – @lindleybain Lee Baldwin – @leebaldwin55 Marissa Balius – @marissabalius Katie Bandy – @bandykatherine,… [read post]
11 Oct 2013, 6:38 am by admin
Ashmore – @kcashmore1 Jason Augustine – @augustinelaw Brandy Harman Austin @thebrandyaustin, @brandyaustinlaw Steve Autry – @autry13 Kencade Babb – @kencadeb Ann Massey Badmus – @annbadmus Bill Bailey – @bbaileylaw David Bailey – @dabjd Leigh Bailey – @leigh_bailey Trina McReynolds Bailey – @trinamcrey Lindley Bain – @lindleybain Lee Baldwin – @leebaldwin55 Marissa Balius – @marissabalius Katie Bandy – @bandykatherine,… [read post]