Given the severity of the death penalty, Alabama along with other states have historically provided defendants an extended appeals process to ensure due process.
The Supremes opt to use the broadcasters’ formulation of the question to be resolved by the Court.
While searches and seizures typically require a warrant under the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution, when a person is arrested, the rule has long been that ”a police officer who makes a lawful arrest may conduct a warrantless search of the arrestee’s person and the area ‘within his immediate control.’”
Dig the drum beat start to this classic REM song … Orange Crush! Nothing like a little rock to get in the mood to talk trademarks! The text on the YouTube link there states the “Orange” in the song is a reference to Agent Orange as used in Viet Nam
The prospect of being part of millions of retail retirement plans has some financial advisors and hedge fund managers giddy with excitement.
I was able to spend some time with Rex Stults, Government Relations Director of the Napa Valley Vintners.
During the 2012 Florida Legislative Session, insurance company lobbyists pushed for the passage of HB 119, which greatly overhauled the Personal Injury Protection portion of your automobile insurance policy.
A recent decision in the case Jobscience, Inc. v. CVPartners, Inc. (N.D. Cal. Jan. 9, 2014) shows the interplay between the various theories of intellectual property claims.
Trademark Violations Can Lead to “Big Game”-sized Lawsuits from NFL, International Olympic Committee
With the Super Bowl and then the Winter Olympics, February may be the greatest month in sports, but trademark lawyers will have their eyes on more than just the games.
Oregon recently joined numerous states in prohibiting employers from seeking access to employees’ or prospective employees’ private social-media accounts, personal email, and other online content.