In a lengthy and complicated ruling, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals denied new trials requested by Rod Anderson and two others convicted of burning down the Hereford House in 2008. Anderson, the well-known restaurateur, was convicted in 2012 of conspiring with Mark Sorrentino and Vincent Pisciotta to torch the downtown steakhouse.
A black man who claims he was charged with destruction of police property for bleeding on Ferguson police officers' uniforms during a brutal jailhouse assault asked a federal appeals court Thursday to revive his case. It will be five years this summer since Henry Davis sued Ferguson and police officers Michael White, John Beaird and Kim Tihen, claiming […]
Opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board may take on additional significance after the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in B&B Hardware v. Hargis Industries , No.
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