Cases

Personal Jurisdiction in Internet Cases in the United States

  This term refers to a defendant’s personal jurisdiction based upon their internet activities only.  Normally, defendants are protected from litigation from remote jurisdiction unless the crime was physically committed
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Government involvement in the Terri Schiavo Case

  The Terri Shiavo Case   Schiavo collapsed in her home in 1990 and received massive brain damage after her heart stopped and oxygen was cut off to her brain. 
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Mickie Most

  Mickie Most Mesothelioma Case:     Who is Mickie Most?     Born on June 20th of 1938, Mickie Most was an English record producer who was responsible for
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In re Aimster Copyright Litigation

  In re Aimster Copyright Litigation This case was brought to the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit after multiple owners of copyrights in the recording industry
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Pierce v. Society of Sisters

    Pierce v. Society of Sisters
  Pierce v. Society of Sisters Education has always been one of the foremost social and legal issues in the
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Chisholm v. Georgia

  Chisholm v. Georgia   Perhaps the earliest Supreme Court case that most Americans are familiar with is Marbury v.
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Sporhase v. Nebraska ex rel. Douglas

  Sporhase v. Nebraska ex rel. Douglas   It can be tough to untangle the web of rules that makes
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Rostker v. Goldberg

  What is Rostker v. Goldberg? Rostker v. Goldberg was a landmark United States Supreme Court case that held that
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United States v. Wurzbach

  United States v. Wurzbach   Can federal employees be prohibited by law from soliciting donations for political purposes, and
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WLOA

  What is the WLOA? WLOA stands for the Westwood Landowner’s Association.  The association’s board makes decisions about amenities and other regulatory decisions in Magnolia, Texas.  The Westwood Landowner’s Association
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