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18 Jan 2012, 5:09 am by Adam Wagner
Detainee Inquiry takes shape, responds to criticisms Terrorism off the agenda, for now Secret evidence v open justice: the current state of play Filed under: Art. 3 | Torture / Inhumane Treatment, In the news, Inquests and Inquiries, Politics / Public Order, Technology Tagged: Ken Clarke, police investigations [read post]
10 Apr 2009, 2:36 am
" On March 11, 2008, Activision brought an action in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, entitled Activision Publishing, Inc. v. [read post]
13 May 2008, 5:04 pm by Litwak
The state argues that the "grossly repugnant" video games are not worthy of First Amendment protection because they do not communicate or express ideas or information.For more information, please see: Entertainment Software Association et al. v. [read post]
21 May 2007, 11:22 am
Gibson, 355 U.S. 41, 47 (1957), for judging motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim under Rule 12(b)(6):[A]fter puzzling the profession for 50 years, this famous observation has earned its retirement. [read post]
20 Apr 2018, 1:56 am by ANDREW BODNAR, MATRIX
In R v May, R v Jennings, R v Green the House of Lords directed courts to consider the three questions which arise in making a confiscation order separately, even if the result was a low order. [read post]
8 Dec 2022, 12:13 pm by Daniel Habib
Gibson objected, arguing that the New York offense did not categorically involve a federally controlled substance, as required under United States v. [read post]
5 Oct 2007, 12:10 pm
Here's a fascinating new decision on how the Fourth Amendment regulates thermal imaging devices: United States v. [read post]
10 Jun 2011, 1:56 pm by Victor Li
Ahead of a Monday hearing in their challenge to California's Prop 8, Gibson Dun's Ted Olson and Boies Schiller's David Boies have released a video that draws a clear parallel between their case (now know as Perry v. [read post]