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7 Nov 2008, 3:01 pm
In the English case, Brady v. [read post]
7 Nov 2010, 6:32 pm by Lisa McElroy
Not surprisingly, my Plain English inbox was filled this week with questions about   Schwarzenegger v. [read post]
2 Oct 2014, 5:07 pm by INFORRM
 “Harassment” is an ordinary English word, but it can take many different forms, and most people would regard stalking as the paradigm case of harassment. [read post]
1 May 2012, 10:14 am
And what they might well have meant is to punish extra hard people who molest people younger than ten.  [read post]
5 Nov 2014, 10:41 am
He also helped people in need, such as by loading grocery bags into cars for people at the store and helping his blind grandfather do laundry. [read post]
22 Feb 2010, 12:30 pm by David Kopel
The Amendment was added by the Irish people in order to prevent the judicial creation of a right to abortion, as in Roe v. [read post]
22 Jan 2010, 8:45 pm by Lisa McElroy
Therefore, when we see Citizens United cited in the future, we won't hear people say, "Justice Kennedy said . . ." [read post]
25 Jan 2010, 9:17 am by Lawrence B. Ebert
Of relevance to a recent trade secret case, captioned Bimbo Bakeries USA, Inc. v. [read post]
15 Nov 2006, 7:36 am
  Therefore, he gives out the big words without hesitation to people who lack English proficiency. [read post]
20 Oct 2010, 2:54 am by Mark Keenan
The Supreme Court has ruled that the pre-nuptial agreeement signed in the case of Radmacher -V- Garantino is enforceable and that it agreed that in the right case such agreements can have decisive or compelling weight. [read post]
27 Dec 2018, 4:28 pm by INFORRM
From the landmark case of Campbell and the development of breach of privacy as an action, it is clear that the integration of privacy as a concept in English law is still in its formative years. [read post]
20 Apr 2018, 1:49 am by INFORRM
  The joint judgment in two separate claims against Google, is the first time the English courts have had to rule on the application of the ‘right to be forgotten’ principle following the decision in Google Spain SL, Google Inc. v Agencia Espanola de Proteccion de Datos (AEPD) and Mario Costeja Gonzalez (Case C-131/12). [read post]