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Hearing ordered on forced medication of defendant (access required)

As the government has an important interest in prosecuting a defendant charged with the premeditated murder of his cellmate, there will be a hearing to determine whether the defendant will be forced to take antipsychotic medication to restore his competency ...

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Compensation determined for pipeline easement (access required)

The landowners’ bid to delay a trial over compensation for a natural gas pipeline easement failed, as did their untimely effort to supplement discovery. Moreover, because the landowners failed to provide admissible evidence that the amount of just compensation exceeds ...

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Disparate pay claims against Walmart dismissed (access required)

Eight former female employees failed to provide sufficient facts to support their allegations that Walmart discriminated against them on the basis of sex by paying them less than similarly qualified or less-qualified men and by failing to promote them in ...

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Trademark use and protection efforts key in infringement suit (access required)

Documents and information about third-party trademark use and CFA Institute’s efforts to protect its marks are relevant in a trademark infringement suit against the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries, although the discovery requests must be limited for proportionality ...

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