Dispute Settlement Under WTO Instruments Applicable to Goods, Services, and Intellectual Property

Jun 23, 2014 By: ALR

Dispute Settlement Under WTO Instruments Applicable to Goods, Services, and Intellectual Property #ALR

What constitutes “false advertising” of drugs or devices within § 5 and 12 of the Federal Trade Commission Act (15 U.S.C.A. § 45, 52)

May 12, 2014 By: ALR

This annotation collects and analyzes the federal cases and representative decisions of the FTC which have discussed what constitutes false advertising of a drug or device

“Actual Innocence” Under Schlup v. Delo / McQuiggin v. Perkins as Excusing Statute of Limitations Established by AEDPA 28 U.S.C.A. § 2244(d)(1) for Habeas Corpus Claims

Apr 17, 2014 By: ALR

Generally, a petitioner seeking federal habeas review must file his petition within a one-year statute of limitations, but the Supreme Court has recognized various exceptions.

ALR: Validity, Construction, and Application of 18 U.S.C.A. § 844(h)(1)

Apr 10, 2014 By: ALR

Section 844(h)(1) of the U.S. Criminal Code proscribes the use of fire or an explosive to commit any federal felony, and may carry a mandatory minimum penalty of 10 years’ imprisonment.

2012 to 2013 A.L.R. United States Supreme Court Review

Apr 3, 2014 By: ALR

The United States Supreme Court, in its 2012 to 2013 term, addressed many diverse issues, ranging from abortion and birth control to woods and forests.

ALR: Validity of Grandparent Visitation Statutes

Mar 27, 2014 By: ALR

The Supreme Court of Alabama held that a grandparent visitation statute violated the fundamental due process rights of parents and therefore was unenforceable

ALR: Right of Plaintiffs Winning Preliminary Injunction to Attorney’s Fees Under 42 U.S.C.A. § 1988(b)

Mar 20, 2014 By: ALR

This American Law Reports annotation collects and discusses all of the cases which addressed the right of plaintiffs that have obtained a preliminary injunction to attorney’s fees under 42 U.S.C.A. § 1988.

New ALR: School’s Violation of Student’s Substantive Due Process Rights by Suspending or Expelling Student

Jan 29, 2014 By: ALR

New ALR: School’s Violation of Student’s Substantive Due Process Rights by Suspending or Expelling Student