Supreme Court tells Ninth Circuit to protect First Amendment rights

Last year, the Ninth Circuit rejected cell phone retailers’ First Amendment claim challenging the City of Berkeley’s ordinance requiring the retailers to display posters and other large documents warning against … ›

Warning! First Amendment rights under attack!

The Federal Communications Commission has set a safety standard for cell phone radiation that is fifty times greater than necessary.

Texas Supreme Court: No tort liability for intentional misuse of a Genie lift

Today, the Texas Supreme Court held in Genie Industries v. Matak that when people intentionally misuse a product in a way that is obviously dangerous, the manufacturer is not liable … ›

Workers’ comp, bulk suppliers, and expanded tort liability

Flavio Ramos worked as a mold maker, machine operator, and laborer for Supreme Casting & Pattern, Inc., which manufactured metal parts through “a foundry and fabrication process,” from 1972 to … ›

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Supreme Court tells Ninth Circuit to protect First Amendment rights

Last year, the Ninth Circuit rejected cell phone retailers’ First Amendment claim challenging the City of Berkeley’s ordinance requiring the retailers to display posters and other large documents warning against … ›

Warning! First Amendment rights under attack!

The Federal Communications Commission has set a safety standard for cell phone radiation that is fifty times greater than necessary.

Texas Supreme Court: No tort liability for intentional misuse of a Genie lift

Today, the Texas Supreme Court held in Genie Industries v. Matak that when people intentionally misuse a product in a way that is obviously dangerous, the manufacturer is not liable … ›

Workers’ comp, bulk suppliers, and expanded tort liability

Flavio Ramos worked as a mold maker, machine operator, and laborer for Supreme Casting & Pattern, Inc., which manufactured metal parts through “a foundry and fabrication process,” from 1972 to … ›

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Supreme Court tells Ninth Circuit to protect First Amendment rights

Last year, the Ninth Circuit rejected cell phone retailers’ First Amendment claim challenging the City of Berkeley’s ordinance requiring the retailers to display posters and other large documents warning against … ›

Warning! First Amendment rights under attack!

The Federal Communications Commission has set a safety standard for cell phone radiation that is fifty times greater than necessary.

Texas Supreme Court: No tort liability for intentional misuse of a Genie lift

Today, the Texas Supreme Court held in Genie Industries v. Matak that when people intentionally misuse a product in a way that is obviously dangerous, the manufacturer is not liable … ›

Workers’ comp, bulk suppliers, and expanded tort liability

Flavio Ramos worked as a mold maker, machine operator, and laborer for Supreme Casting & Pattern, Inc., which manufactured metal parts through “a foundry and fabrication process,” from 1972 to … ›

Supreme Court tells Ninth Circuit to protect First Amendment rights

Last year, the Ninth Circuit rejected cell phone retailers’ First Amendment claim challenging the City of Berkeley’s ordinance requiring the retailers to display posters and other large documents warning against … ›

Warning! First Amendment rights under attack!

The Federal Communications Commission has set a safety standard for cell phone radiation that is fifty times greater than necessary.

Texas Supreme Court: No tort liability for intentional misuse of a Genie lift

Today, the Texas Supreme Court held in Genie Industries v. Matak that when people intentionally misuse a product in a way that is obviously dangerous, the manufacturer is not liable … ›

Workers’ comp, bulk suppliers, and expanded tort liability

Flavio Ramos worked as a mold maker, machine operator, and laborer for Supreme Casting & Pattern, Inc., which manufactured metal parts through “a foundry and fabrication process,” from 1972 to … ›