Search for: "People v. Cox (1991)" Results 1 - 16 of 16
Sorted by Relevance | Sort by Date
RSS Subscribe: 20 results | 100 results
18 Feb 2013, 8:40 am by TJ McIntyre
  It is notable that Section 5 of the 1991 Act remains outside of the remit of the 2011 Act. [read post]
5 Nov 2010, 8:49 pm by Mike
Doe is a copyright infringement lawsuit where IO Group doing business as Titan Media believes that 45 people have made copies of its works through a service called eDonkey2000 through the internet service provider Cox Communications. [read post]
30 Dec 2018, 3:03 am by Ben
Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit in Folkens v Wyland. [read post]
17 Feb 2021, 5:01 am by Eugene Volokh
The Traditional Civil Damages Model For decades, protecting people's reputation from defamatory falsehood had been left to libel damages liability. [read post]
17 Sep 2009, 4:30 am
They save people's lives every day - that's their job - and not incidentally they prescribe our clients' products while doing that. [read post]
9 May 2017, 4:30 pm by INFORRM
But, by the end of the 1800s, this rationale lost currency, and by 1917 (in Bowman v Secular Society [1917] AC 406), the House of Lords held that blasphemy protected the religious sensitivities of the individual; but the courts still confined the scope of the offence to the established Church (this was confirmed as recently as 1991 in R v Chief Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate, ex parte Choudhury [1991] 1 QB 429). [read post]
28 Jan 2011, 2:40 pm by Jon McLaughlin
  Hence Illinois unquestionably had jurisdiction over [petitioner]'s petition.[22] Furthermore, the court can still rule on grounds for dissolution of marriage even if the petitioner has not satisfied the 90-day residency requirement.[23] In Hermann v Hermann, 219 Ill [read post]
28 Jun 2021, 9:45 am by Eugene Volokh
Here's a very rough draft (not yet cite-checked and proofread), which you can also read in PDF; I'd love to hear people's view on it. [read post]
5 Apr 2017, 3:01 am by David Meyer Lindenberg
One of the courses I enjoyed most was Archibald Cox’s course on the Supreme Court and the Constitution. [read post]