Appeals court likely to rule Obamacare unconstitutionalThe Affordable Care Act, and the health coverage of millions of Americans, could face a major threat to its future Wednesday morning. A federal appeals court in New Orleans appears ready to rule that a core provision of Obamacare is unconstitutional. Paula Reid reports. ….. Read More.CBS NEWS – Health | Consumers & ShoppingWed, July 10, 20191 week ago
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Estonia ferry disaster: French court rejects compensation claimThe court cites a lack of intentional fault as it rejects a claim for compensation over the 1994 sinking. ….. Read More.BBC NEWS – World | World News & EventsFri, July 19, 20191 day ago
Short Circuit: A Roundup of Recent Federal Court DecisionsPlease enjoy the latest edition of Short Circuit, a weekly feature from the Institute for Justice. New on the Short Circuit podcast: We make the stirring, strident claim that the Second Circuit was pretty much on the mark in its recent opinion finding a First Amendment problem with President Trump blocking critics on Twitter. Click here for iTunes. In 2018, President Trump issues three executive orders instructing the feds to, among other things, limit the time federal employees can spend working on union business on the taxpayer’s dime. A bevy of federal labor unions challenge the orders, arguing, among other things, that the President has no authority to issue executive orders related to federal labor relations and that the orders violate the First Amendment. D.C. Circuit: The claims must be presented to an administrative review board before they can be heard in court….
Texas Supreme Court Closes ‘Trapdoor’ of Pretrial Negligence Admission RequestsInsurance companies should take note of a recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Texas that closes a “trapdoor” pretrial discovery gambit by plaintiffs’ lawyers that exposed defendants to sanctions for denying negligence in pretrial requests for admissions and then … ….. Read More.INSURANCE JOURNAL – General | Consumers & ShoppingFri, July 19, 20192 days ago
Dutch forces ‘10% liable’ for Srebrenica massacre, Supreme Court saysThe Supreme Court of the Netherlands has upheld an earlier ruling that found the country partly liable for the deaths of 350 Bosnian Muslims in Bosnia’s Srebrenica massacre in 1995. The government has only “very ….. Read More.WORLDNEWS – International News | World News & EventsFri, July 19, 20191 day ago
Appeals court declines to dismiss Trump emoluments caseA federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., declined to dismiss an emoluments lawsuit against President Donald Trump on Friday. ….. Read More.UPI – United States | United States NewsFri, July 19, 201922 hours ago