The Ohio 8th District Court of Appeals in Cleveland ruled Thursday that the business is not responsible when a person picks up a package with a phony check. The ruling upheld a decision by Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Janet Burnside , who also sided with the company.
An El Paso appeals court on Wednesday ruled there was an "error in judgment" when a lower court dismissed a lawsuit alleging funding inequality in the Clint school district and ordered the case to be heard. The ruling by Eighth District Court of Appeals Chief Justice Ann Crawford McClure and Justice Yvonne T. Rodriguez reverses a lower court's […]
Citing the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision, the US Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit has overturned a lower court decision involving a Catholic business owner who objected to the HHS mandate. Frank O'Brien, the head of a ceramic raw-materials company, had filed suit against the mandate, which forces employers to provide insurance coverage f […]
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