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1 Mar 2020, 4:48 pm by INFORRM
The tabloid accused Headley of being a “cosmetic cowboy”, falsely stating that she had botched the treatment of customers. [read post]
10 Feb 2020, 2:14 am by Peter Mahler
” Counsel’s quotation omitted the section’s final sentence which essentially tracks RLPA § 121-702, stating: Such successor in interest shall not become a Substitute Partner except upon compliance with the provisions of Section 8.3 and 8.4 hereof. [read post]
11 Jan 2020, 7:26 am by Hannah Kris
Courts of Appeals for the Second Circuit’s decision in United States v. [read post]
10 Jan 2020, 4:00 am by Public Employment Law Press
(See Palazzo v Conforti, 50 NYS2d 706 [Civ Ct, NY County 1944]; Singer v Reising, 154 Misc 239 [Mun Ct, Queens County 1935].) [read post]
10 Jan 2020, 4:00 am by Public Employment Law Press
(See Palazzo v Conforti, 50 NYS2d 706 [Civ Ct, NY County 1944]; Singer v Reising, 154 Misc 239 [Mun Ct, Queens County 1935].) [read post]
8 Jan 2020, 7:20 am by Hannah Kris
Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit’s decision in United States v. [read post]
8 Jan 2020, 4:28 am
And further dispute arose between Sheeran's song 'Photograph' (also written by the first and third claimants; Sheeran and McDaid) and a song called 'Amazing', following which there was a settlement agreement and 35% of the PRS royalties now go to the writers of 'Amazing'.Naturally, the Claimants sought to strike out these allegations, which came before Deputy Master Jefferis on 4 June 2019 on the basis that similar fact evidence is only admissible in civil… [read post]
12 Nov 2019, 2:17 pm by Erik J. Heels
On the patent side of the house, patent law is still in a state of (what I hope is) temporary insanity (at least I hope it’s temporary) about section 101 (patent subject matter) eligibility and the definition of “abstract idea” and other silly things. [read post]
7 Nov 2019, 4:24 pm by INFORRM
In 2005, the Canadian folk singer Loreena McKennitt successfully sued her former friend for privacy invasion when said friend included references in her book, My Life As A Friend to the singer’s grief at the death of her fiancé in a boating accident. [read post]