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3 Oct 2008, 4:29 am
"The stigma attached to sex offenders is significant, and the potential exists for ostracism and harassment, as the (State v. [read post]
7 Apr 2021, 4:13 pm by Apsosredesign
” Early medical malpractice cases 1164: Everad v Hopkins: a case where a master and his servant received damages due to a physician practicing “unwholesome medicine,” resulting in the servant being made more ill. 1374: Stratton v Swanlond: Agnes of Stratton and her husband sued John Swanlond, a surgeon, for failing to treat and cure her mangled hand. [read post]
26 Jun 2009, 12:00 am
(1709 Copyright Blog) Open access for University College of London research product (1709 Copyright Blog) Research by Bournemouth University and FremantleMedia ‘The exploitation of television formats: intellectual property and non-law based strategies (1709 Copyright Blog) Virgin Media, Universal Music team up to offer UK unlimited music (Intellectual Property Watch) (IP Osgoode) SCRIPT establishes IP Foresight Forum to discuss IP and media law and policy development (IPKat) United… [read post]
7 Oct 2011, 5:33 am by Russ Bensing
  It happened in yesterday’s 8th District decision in State v. [read post]
11 Jun 2009, 11:22 am by velvel
After stating the amounts or percentages allowable on sums distributed by the trustee that are less than one million dollars, §326 says that the court can award the trustee “reasonable compensation not to exceed 3 percent of such moneys in excess of $1,000,000, upon all monies disbursed or turned over in the case to parties in interest, excluding the debtor [i.e., excluding Madoff]. [read post]
9 Jun 2011, 3:43 am by Russ Bensing
” The fact that the judge hadn’t used the exact words of the rule wasn’t disposite; three years ago, in State v. [read post]
19 Mar 2010, 4:44 am
(SiNApSE) Google – AdWords case dismissed: Stratton Faxon v. [read post]
3 Aug 2020, 9:00 am by Eric Goldman
“Finding #4: Forty three percent of decisions’ core claims related to allegations of defamation, just like in the Stratton Oakmont v. [read post]