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A Personal Injury Lawyer Blog

Briefly: At Sports Handle, Ryan Rodenberg recounts his experience attending oral argument last week in Christie v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, a constitutional challenge to the federal ban on sports betting. The National Law Journal’s (subscription or registration required) continuing coverage and analysis of its research on...

The petition of the day is: Johnson v. Stinson 17-749 Issues: (1) Whether Johnson v. Jones precludes a federal appellate court from exercising jurisdiction over a challenge to a denial of qualified immunity that turns not upon disputed facts, but upon the disputed application of the inferences drawn...

From Monday’s district court decision in Hinds v. United States Government (E.D. Mo.): In February 16, 2017, [self-represented] Plaintiff filed a 548-page pro se complaint, in which Plaintiff contends that by virtue of the Tax Code, the Government has established an institutionalized faith and religion of...

President Trump in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Tuesday. (Joshua Roberts/Bloomberg) So held a New York appellate court Tuesday, upholding the lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit brought by Cheri Jacobus against President Trump. Here are the facts and alleged facts that led...