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Employment law lessons from “Ted Lasso” – dating the boss

If you've not yet watched episode 8 (Man City) of the current second season of Apple TV+'s Ted Lasso and you don't want to be spoiled, now would be a good time to click the back button on your browser or close your email. Good? Okay. No grumbling; you've been warned. A couple of weeks ago Sam Obisanya, a Richmond AFC player, was revealed as team owner Rebecca Welton's secret crush on the show's anonymous dating app (and new team sponsor), Bantr. In this week's episode, Sam and Rebecca (not kn...
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United States: The Sacketts Got Their Day In Court On The Merits; Another Lesson In Being Careful What You Wish For - Foley Hoag LLP

Last week, in what may or may not be the last round in the ongoing efforts by Michael and Chantell Sackett to build a house on wetlands in Idaho, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals found that...
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Legal spat continues: Tournament of Roses appeals Rose Bowl lawsuit

A few days after indicating it will fight the city’s request to recover more than $400,000 in attorneys’ fees, the Tournament of Roses said it will revive its claims against the city of Pasadena relating to the naming rights of the Rose Bowl game by appealing to a higher court. Tournament officials announced in a notice filed Tuesday, Aug. 10 that they intend to challenge the ruling of U.S. District Judge André Birotte Jr., who dismissed the tournament’s lawsuit in July. The legal battle ...
Tags: Lawsuit, Sport, Soccer, Pasadena, Local News, Rose Bowl, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Gordo, Rose Bowl Stadium, U S District Judge, Eads, Andre Birotte Jr, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories SGVT, Victor Gordo, Top Stories PSN


United States: EPA Withdrawal Of Its Proposed Veto Of A 404 Permit Is Reviewable — This Should Not Be Earth-shattering News - Foley Hoag LLP

Last week, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that EPA's decision to withdraw its proposed veto of the Army Corps' Section 404 permit for the Pebble Mine project in Bristol Bay, Alaska, was subject to judicial review.
Tags: News, United States, Epa, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Bristol Bay Alaska, News Foley Hoag LLP, Army Corps Section


California 'assault weapons' ban repeal blocked by 9th Circuit

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals temporarily blocked a federal district court ruling that would have repealed California's assault weapons ban.
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Federal Appeals Court Grants Stay On Lifting California’s Assault Weapon Ban

SACRAMENTO (CBS13/CNN) — A federal appeals court has granted California a stay on its assault weapons ban as the state appealed a decision to lift it. As the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals considers the state’s appeal of the decision by U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez in early June, the state requested a stay on lifting the ban, which the court granted Monday. State Attorney General Rob Bonta celebrated the 9th Circuit’s decision on Twitter. #BREAKING: The 9th Circuit granted our motion to stay...
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Assembly Bill 5 continues to wreak havoc on our economy

A 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision late last month reinforces a point that we’ve often made on these editorial pages. The Legislature needs to repeal Assembly Bill 5, which largely forbade companies from using contractors as their workers. Even though lawmakers and voters carved out myriad exemptions, this “landmark” labor continues to wreak havoc on workers and the state’s economy. In 2018, the California Trucking Association filed suit to stop AB 5’s application to the state’s truck drive...
Tags: California, Opinion, Senate, Sport, Soccer, Editorials, Bill, Sam, U S Supreme Court, Legislature, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, AB, Uber Lyft, California Trucking Association, Californians AB


4 alleged Southern California white supremacists can face charges, appeals court rules

A federal appeals court has found that four alleged members of a Southern California-based militant, white-supremacist group can face criminal charges for violent attacks at local political rallies, reversing the ruling of a lower court judge who questioned the constitutionality of the law they were charged under. The ruling by a panel of 9th Circuit Court of Appeals judges revives the criminal cases against several alleged members of the “Rise Above Movement,” a group prosecutors allege recruit...
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The Supreme Court declined to hear Stormy Daniels' appeal in her libel lawsuit against Trump

Then-President Donald Trump on June 5, 2019. Chris Jackson/Getty Images The Supreme Court declined to hear Stormy Daniels' appeal in her libel lawsuit against Donald Trump. Daniels', legal name Stephanie Clifford, had sued Trump in federal court over a 2018 tweet. In July 2020, a panel of the Ninth Circuit ruled that the tweet was not defamatory. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The US Supreme Court is declining to hear Stormy Daniels' appeal in her libel lawsuit aga...
Tags: Politics, Supreme Court, California, Berlin, Trends, Playboy, Donald Trump, US District Court, Clifford, US supreme court, Trump, Cohen, Stormy Daniels, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit, Michael Cohen


Granting of compassionate release reduces ridiculous federal sentence by hundreds of years

This CNN piece, headlined "Grandfather serving 505-year sentence ordered to be released 'without delay'," reports on a recent grant of compasionate release to reduce a sentence that would seem like a joke if it had not been real.  Here are some of the details: In a stunning reprieve for a man sentenced to more than five centuries behind bars for a nonviolent offense, a judge in Los Angeles on Thursday summarily slashed his sentence to time served and ordered his immediate release. Juan Carlos S...
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Trump Administration Asks For Emergency SCOTUS Intervention On Census

The Trump administration asked the Supreme Court on Wednesday to intervene  immediately in the census, hours after an appellate court ordered the count extended until the end of the month. The request comes after a three-judge panel on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a federal judge’s ruling that ordered data collection for the census extended until the end of October. In the new filing, Justice Department attorneys asked the Supreme Court to intervene on an emergency basis, saying th...
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10 things in tech you need to know today

Fall Guys is a cartoon version of an obstacle course game show. Devolver Digital/YouTube Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. Sign up here to get this email in your inbox every morning.US video-sharing app Triller believes China's new export rules strengthen its $20 billion bid to acquire TikTok's US business from Chinese parent ByteDance. One source involved in the discussions told Business Insider that China's new rules favor Triller because the company coul...
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The NSA phone-spying program exposed by Edward Snowden didn't stop a single terrorist attack, federal judge finds

A demonstrator holds up a sign at the "Stop Watching Us: A Rally Against Mass Surveillance" march near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, October 26, 2013. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst A federal appeals court ruled on Wednesday that the NSA's sweeping program to collect Americans' phone records was illegal and possibly unconstitutional. After the NSA's phone records collection program was first exposed by Edward Snowden in 2013, the NSA claimed the program had helped thwart terrorist attacks. The ...
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Court Rules NSA Phone Snooping Illegal -- After Seven-Year Delay

The National Security Agency program that swept up details on billions of Americans' phone calls was illegal and possibly unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday. From a report: However, the unanimous three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said the role the so-called telephone metadata program played in a criminal terror-fundraising case against four Somali immigrants was so minor that it did not undermine their convictions. The long-awaited decision is a victory...
Tags: Nsa, Tech, Edward Snowden, San Diego, National Security Agency, George W Bush, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, FISA Court, Marsha Berzon, Basaaly Moalin


Your Comprehensive Guide to Kamala Harris and The Second Amendment

Kamala Harris U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- With her selection as the Democratic Party’s nominee for Vice President of the United States, Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) would be the proverbial heartbeat away from the presidency should Joe Biden win on November 3. So where does she stand on major issues surrounding the Second Amendment? This is no small matter – Harris could potentially be making decisions that would affect the rights of millions of law-abiding gun owners. How She Went From A Career...
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Kamala Harris & The Second Amendment, Your Comprehensive Guide…It’s Not Good

Ammoland News recently reported on outside the USA forces partnering with FaceBook trying to spin the truth on Kamala Harris and The Second Amendment, telling us the flat-out opposite of what the facts report. Here is your comprehensive break down of Kamala Harris and your Second Amendment rights with links so you can fact check the “fact-checkers”. Please share this all over FB and push back against the lies. Kamala Harris & The Second Amendment, Your Comprehensive Guide…It's Not Good U.S....
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Ninth Circuit Strikes Down California’s Gun Magazine Ban

Check out our Daily Gun Deals page for more savings! SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA -(Ammoland.com)- The US Court of Appeals for The Ninth Circuit has ruled that magazine limitation violates the Second Amendment rights of the people. In Duncan v. Becerra, the plaintiff argued that California’s magazine limitation law banning magazines that hold more than ten rounds was unconstitutional. Earlier in 2019, San Diego Judge Roger T. Benitez ruled in favor of Virginia Duncan’s accusation that the law vi...
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SAF Hails Court Ruling in Cal Magazine Limit Case

A three-judge panel upheld a lower court's decision that California's ban on standard capacity magazine ran afoul of the Second Amendment and US Constitution. IMG Jim Grant U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- The Second Amendment Foundation today is hailing a ruling by a three-judge panel in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that held California’s ban on so-called “large-capacity magazines” (LCMs) violates the Second Amendment. “While this was not our case,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Al...
Tags: Guns, California, America, Duncan, Lee, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, The Foundation, Gottlieb, Jim Grant, Second Amendment Foundation, California County, Gun Rights News, Second Amendment Foundation SAF, Becerra, Alan M Gottlieb, Kenneth K Lee


[BREAKING] 9th Circuit: California Magazine Ban Unconstitutional – Again

This morning, August 14th, 2020, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down California’s law against magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition. Those who have been following this case for some time may recall that back in March 2019 the Honorable Judge Benitez temporarily struck down California Penal Code section 32310. […] Read More … The post [BREAKING] 9th Circuit: California Magazine Ban Unconstitutional – Again appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, California, Benitez, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, California Magazine Ban Unconstitutional, California Magazine Ban Unconstitutional Again


Ashley Judd Wins Appeal in Harvey Weinstein Sexual Harassment Suit

An appeals court on Wednesday ruled that Ashley Judd can pursue a sexual harassment claim against Harvey Weinstein, finding that he held power over her career when he invited her to his room at the Peninsula Hotel in the mid-1990s. The three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the lower court, which […]
Tags: News, Harvey Weinstein, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Peninsula Hotel, Ashley Judd


Rejoice! SCOTUS affirmed states’ rights in California sanctuary case

On Monday, the Supreme Court refused to hear the Trump Administration’s challenge to the state of California’s so-called sanctuary law, Senate Bill 54. The law prohibits all local officials from cooperating with federal agents in arresting immigrants released from jail, and it was first challenged by former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on constitutional grounds. But the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear it means the law will remain in effect until California lawmakers decide to change it. I...
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United States: It's Not Looking Good For Nationwide Permit 12 - Foley Hoag LLP

Yesterday, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals refused the appellants' request for a partial stay of the injunction recently issued against use of the Army Corps Nationwide Permit 12 for oil and gas pipeline projects.
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Newsom: California places of worship can reopen with limited capacity

Amid mounting pressure from protestors and President Donald Trump, Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled plans on Monday for reopening California churches and allowing in-person religious services. Under the governor’s new guidelines, places of worship could reopen, pending approval from their county public health officials, but must limit attendance to 25% of building capacity or a maximum of 100 attendees — whichever is lower. After the first three weeks under these restrictions, the California Departmen...
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Ashley Judd’s Attorney Urges 9th Circuit to Revive Harvey Weinstein Claim

Ashley Judd’s attorney urged the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday to revive a sexual harassment claim against Harvey Weinstein. Judd sued the producer in April 2018, alleging that Weinstein had sexually harassed her at a hotel room in the mid-1990s, and then blackballed her in the industry when she rebuffed him. She cited […]
Tags: News, Harvey Weinstein, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Weinstein, Ashley Judd, Harvey Weinstein Judd, Harvey Weinstein Claim


May Victims of Communism Day

Today is the 13th annual Victims of Communism Day, a day to remember the people murdered by their own governments in their quest to achieve a "worker's paradise" where everyone is equal, where "from each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs" is the beautiful dream lie.  R.J. Rummel, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Hawaii, calculated that the total number of victims of Communism - that is, the domestic victims of their own governments - in the...
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Court Reinstates California Ammunition Purchase Law

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — An appeals court has reinstated a California law requiring background checks for people buying ammunition, reversing a federal judge’s decision to stop the checks that he said violate the constitutional right to bear arms. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday granted the state attorney general’s request to stay the judge’s order. “This means that the same restrictions that have been previously in effect regarding ammunition in California are back for the time being,” t...
Tags: California, San Francisco, Ap, San Diego, Benitez, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, California Department of Justice, Xavier Becerra, The National Rifle Association, Roger T Benitez


BREAKING: California Reinstates Ammo Restrictions

CA U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Late Friday night (9:46pm), the following order came out from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, granting a temporary stay on the injunction issued on Thursday, April 24, in the NRA funded case of Rhode v. Becerra. This means that the same restrictions that have been previously in effect regarding ammunition in California are back for the time being, pending further order from the court. Timeline: April 23 – 9th Circuit District Court grants preliminary injunction, su...
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Migrants returned to Mexico have hearings postponed — but still have to show up at the border to get a new date

The COVID-19 pandemic is only exacerbating immigration courts' million-case backlog.On Wednesday, the Executive Office of Immigration Review, which runs the Justice Department's removal proceedings, announced it was pushing off asylum hearings for migrants who'd been returned to Mexico upon reaching the southern border due to the coronavirus pandemic. But even though hearings through May 1 have been postponed, migrants forced back to Mexico will still have to return to the border to ...
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Trump Admin Urged To Free Migrants After Detainee Tests Positive For COVID-19

WASHINGTON (AP) — Pressure was mounting on the Trump administration Wednesday to release people from immigration detention facilities where at least one detainee has tested positive for COVID-19 and advocates fear tight quarters and overall conditions could cause rapid spread of the virus. The U.S. holds around 37,000 people in immigration detention. Detainees and advocates say many are vulnerable because of age and pre-existing medical conditions, and because they are often held in open room...
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Dumbing down teacher license tests in California

The abrupt and apparently prolonged closure of California’s public schools due to coronavirus fears is — or should be — a reminder of their vital societal role. Six million kids will miss at least a few months of schooling. While many are receiving some education at home, from parents and/or via the internet, the lack of classroom instruction will be felt most keenly by the 60% who come from poor families and/or are English-learners, thus widening the state’s already yawning “achievement gap.” T...
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