Supreme Court puts limits on reach of human rights law – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Supreme Court puts limits on reach of human rights law
Christian Science Monitor
The US Supreme Court on Wednesday significantly limited the scope of a 224-year-old federal statute that allows foreign residents to file civil lawsuits in US courts for violations of international law. Skip to next paragraph. Related stories
Supreme court blocks Nigerian activists from suing Shell over alleged tortureThe Guardian
Supreme Court Limits Human Rights SuitsABC News (blog)
Justices Bar US Suit in Nigerian Human Rights CaseNew York Times
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Supreme Court puts limits on reach of human rights law – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Supreme Court puts limits on reach of human rights law
Christian Science Monitor
The US Supreme Court on Wednesday significantly limited the scope of a 224-year-old federal statute that allows foreign residents to file civil lawsuits in US courts for violations of international law. Skip to next paragraph. Related stories
Supreme court blocks Nigerian activists from suing Shell over alleged tortureThe Guardian
Justices Bar US Suit in Nigerian Human Rights CaseNew York Times
Supreme Court blocks overseas human rights cases from US courtsLos Angeles Times
Fox Business –USA TODAY –CNN
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Supreme Court puts limits on reach of human rights law – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Supreme Court puts limits on reach of human rights law
Christian Science Monitor
The US Supreme Court on Wednesday significantly limited the scope of a 224-year-old federal statute that allows foreign residents to file civil lawsuits in US courts for violations of international law. Skip to next paragraph. Related stories
Supreme court blocks Nigerian activists from suing Shell over alleged tortureThe Guardian
Justices Bar US Suit in Nigerian Human Rights CaseNew York Times
Supreme Court blocks overseas human rights cases from US courtsLos Angeles Times
Fox Business –USA TODAY –CNN
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Supreme Court Ducks Key Second Amendment Issue — For Now – Cato Institute (blog)


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Supreme Court Ducks Key Second Amendment Issue — For Now
Cato Institute (blog)
Alas this morning the Supreme Court declined to review Kachalsky v. Cacace the challenge to New York City's effective ban on carrying firearms (which I've previously discussed). To correct some early media reports, this does not mean that the Court upheld
Supreme Court refuses to hear NRA challenge to law limiting concealed-carry Benton Evening News (blog)

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Novartis Cancer-Drug Patent Denied by India Supreme Court – Bloomberg


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Novartis Cancer-Drug Patent Denied by India Supreme Court
Bloomberg
Novartis AG's (NOVN) Gleevec cancer treatment isn't eligible for a patent in India, the Supreme Court ruled, in a decision watched by non-profit groups seeking to expand access to medicines and drugmakers concerned the country is increasingly
India's top court dismisses Novartis petition for Glivec patentReuters
SC rejects Novartis's patent plea on its cancer drug, says Glivec failed innovative Hindustan Times
Lawyer: India's Supreme Court rejects Novartis AG's right to patent new version Newsday
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Supreme Court tackles Prop 8, DOMA – MSNBC


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Supreme Court tackles Prop 8, DOMA
MSNBC
This week the Supreme Court heard arguments for and against Proposition 8, a California law that bans same-sex marriages, and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a federal law defining marriage as between a man and woman. USA Today's Supreme
It's not all same sex unions – there's other stuff and soccer slogs along, too NOLA.com
Gay Couples Challenge Utah Marriage Ban In CourtTowleroad

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Senators voice support for gay marriage as Supreme Court weighs Prop 8 case – New York Daily News


New York Daily News

Senators voice support for gay marriage as Supreme Court weighs Prop 8 case
New York Daily News
WASHINGTON — A trickle of lawmakers announcing support for gay marriage became a cascade Tuesday, with four Democratic senators in 48 hours changing their stance. Sens. Jay Rockefeller (W.Va.), Jon Tester (Mont.) and Mark Warner (Va.) joined Sen.
Don't oppose the majority's authority (DOMA)The Daily Pennsylvanian
Gay marriage not like abortion riftChicago Tribune
Ohioans and gay marriageToledo Blade
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Supreme Court rules against publisher on copyright protections – Chicago Tribune


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Supreme Court rules against publisher on copyright protections
Chicago Tribune
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Supreme Court on Tuesday said U.S. copyright holders cannot block the resale inside the country of products they make elsewhere, a major case affecting the annual importation of tens of billions of dollars of gray market goods.
Justices Rule Against Publishers in Textbook Copyright CaseEducation Week News (blog)
SCOTUS Reverses in KirtsaengCorante
Supreme Court Expands First Sale InterpretationHome Media Magazine
Deadline.com
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