Search for: "Ralphs v. Ralphs" Results 441 - 460 of 1,405
Sort by Relevance | Sort by Date
RSS Subscribe: 20 results | 100 results
8 Apr 2015, 6:59 am by Michael Froomkin
Ariel Fernandez is the alphabetically first candidate for Coral Gables Commission Group V. [read post]
7 Apr 2015, 11:42 am by Michael Froomkin
This year, in theory, a candidate could win Group V with under 17% of the vote. [read post]
3 Apr 2015, 7:48 am by John Elwood
Thanks to Ralph Mayrell and Conor McEvily for compiling and drafting this update. _________________________   Larkin v. [read post]
17 Mar 2015, 2:42 am by Amy Howe
Briefly: At The Hill, Ralph Tyler predicts that in King v. [read post]
11 Mar 2015, 7:48 pm by Michael Froomkin
Unlike Group V, where I went in with absolutely no idea how I was going to vote (see Report on Group V Debate — Six Candidates), I came to this debate with some views about both candidates. [read post]
8 Mar 2015, 4:09 am
Ralph Lauren has already settled, probably to protect its reputation.Internet infringing: more gTLDs have made it easierDid it infringe Nike's trade marks? [read post]
18 Feb 2015, 10:00 pm by Doug Austin
In the post Information Governance v Search: The Battle Lines Are Redrawn on his excellent e-Discovery...Read the whole entry... [read post]
10 Feb 2015, 5:00 am by Michael Froomkin
For Group V (four year term): this is the seat Kerdyk is vacating. [read post]
9 Feb 2015, 3:49 am by Amy Howe
At the Pacific Legal Foundation’s Liberty Blog, Ralph Kasarda weighs in on Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. [read post]
30 Jan 2015, 8:42 am by John Elwood
Thanks to Ralph C. [read post]
26 Jan 2015, 4:56 am by Amy Howe
” Briefly: In the Sacramento Bee, Wen Fa and Ralph Kasarda weigh in on Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. [read post]
22 Jan 2015, 11:15 am by John Elwood
Thanks to Ralph C. [read post]
19 Jan 2015, 10:05 am by Terry Hart
When the Continental Congress recommended in 1783 that the States pass laws securing copyright of authors, it did so after a committee consisting of James Madison, Hugh Williamson, and Ralph Izard were “persuaded that nothing is more properly a man’s own than the fruit of his study. [read post]