Applications Open For UVA Legal Fellowship, First Amendment Clinic, University of Virginia School of Law

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The First Amendment Clinic at the University of Virginia School of Law, in partnership with the Reporters Committee, is hiring a legal fellow for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 academic years.

Univ. of Virginia confronts rape allegations | MSNBC

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of Virginia confronts rape allegations | MSNBC

Rolling Stone Defeats Defamation Lawsuit From Virginia Fraternity Brothers

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While the later-debunked article about a fraternity gang rape may have made Phi Kappa Psi members look bad, it doesn't amount to defamation. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Business THR Online

HBO Asks West Virginia Judge to Dismiss Defamation Lawsuit Over John Oliver Show

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A new dismissal bid poses the "ill-considered lawsuit" from a coal baron as both a violation of the First Amendment and due process. read more. THR, Esq. Business Television Business THR Online

Rolling Stone Takes Aim at Fraternity's Reputation in Virginia Defamation Fight

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The magazine argues that the frat's nationwide internal correspondence about assault and hazing is relevant to its legal battle with one chapter. read more. THR, Esq. Business Business THR Online

Virginia Upskirt Photo Case

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Virginia’s intermediate appellate court today held that Virginia’s anti-peeping photography law applies to upskirt videos and photographs taken in such places as retail stores. Virginia, __ Va. Wilson v. App. _, _ S.E. 2d _ (March 24, 2009). Full Story and analysis at Underdog Blog. Posted in Adult Entertainment Law [.].

Virginia Gov. Candidate Wants Oral and Anal Sex Ban Revived

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Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, (and the GOP nominee for governor) has his panties in a wad because the Fourth Circuit held that Virginia’s laws prohibiting oral and anal sex were unconstitutional in light of Lawrence v. Texas. He’s asking the Supreme Court to overturn the decision, at least when it comes to minors. source) […].

Manchin say he won't vote to end filibuster, pans using reconciliation again - The Washington Post. He is a dumb Virginia racist.

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He is a dumb Virginia racist. "Manchin says there is ‘no circumstance’ where he would vote to get rid of or ‘weaken’ the filibuster in blow to Biden agenda." Colby Itkowitz Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) also said he has problems with using the fast-track budget reconciliatnio process again for President Biden’s agenda. Salwan Georges/The Washington Post) Democratic Sen.

Virginia Becomes 18th State to Adopt Duty of Technology Competence

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Just this morning, the Virginia Supreme Court entered an order making the Old Dominion the 18th state to adopt the duty of technology competence for lawyers. The post Virginia Becomes 18th State to Adopt Duty of Technology Competence appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. It will take effect on March 1, 2016. For the full list of states that have adopted the rule, see my earlier post.) Today’s order amends Rule 1.1 of […].

Rolling Stone Argues University of Virginia Vouched for Discredited Rape Story

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The publication responds to a $7.5 million lawsuit and shares a confidential letter it sent to an attorney for Dean Nicole Eramo. read more. THR, Esq. Culture Culture THR Online

Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal Now Seeking Submissions

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From the Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal The Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal (VaSE) is currently seeking articles for publication in its Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 issues. If you have a completed article or are currently working

University of Virginia Report On Climate at the Virginia Quarterly Review Released

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A report by the University of Virgina on management at the Virginia Quarterly Review concludes that while the editor at that journal did not exactly bully his underlings, his management style was somewhat, ah, unrestrained. The VQR's managing editor committed

Virginia Gov. Candidate Wants Oral and Anal Sex Ban Revived

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Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, (and the GOP nominee for governor) has his panties in a wad because the Fourth Circuit held that Virginia’s laws prohibiting oral and anal sex were unconstitutional in light of Lawrence v. Texas. He’s asking the Supreme Court to overturn the decision, at least when it comes to minors. source) […].

Hank Comes In Third In Virginia Senate Race (Apparently)

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According to the Constitution Daily, Hank the Cat seems to have placed third in that hard-fought Senate race in Virginia. Tim Kaine won out over George Allen. However, Hank apparently garnered six thousand write in votes, which admittedly didn't make

Arkansas, West Virginia Enact New Reporters' Shield Laws

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Both Arkansas and West Virginia now have new shield laws on the books to protect reporters or expand protection to members of the press who want to shield sources. The Arkansas law (Arkansas Code § 16-85-510), which the governor signed

Grocery workers say they can’t get vaccines, even as they help distribute them Just 13 states, including Maryland and Virginia, are offering vaccines to grocery workers

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Grocery workers say they can’t get vaccines, even as they help distribute them “Just 13 states, including Maryland and Virginia, are offering vaccines to grocery workers Abha Bhattarai The nation’s 3 million grocery workers lag other essential workers when it comes to vaccine priority.

Virginia Just Gave 200,000 People the Right to Vote | The Nation

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On Friday, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, flanked by veteran civil-rights leaders, announced what he called a “landmark” restoration of voting rights for convicted felons. Virginia Just Gave 200,000 People the Right to Vote | The Nation

A transgender candidate takes on Virginia’s ‘Minister of Private Parts’ - The Washington Post

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That’s what Northern Virginia voters want to talk about when a transgender woman with a rainbow headscarf and slashing black eyeliner knocks on their door. Because given all the legislation proposed in the Virginia General Assembly on these constituents’ behalf, you’d think the conversations would be nothing but bathrooms, abortions and sex when someone such as Danica Roem shows up. A transgender candidate takes on Virginia’s ‘Minister of Private Parts’ - The Washington Post

Virginia Gay Marriage Ban Struck Down – Meanwhile Kansas is Still a S**t Hole

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The Kansas legislature is on track to pass a law that will legalize discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, under the guise of “religious freedom.” ” (source) Apparently, the local variety of worship for the Magic Space Zombie Jew (MSZJ) includes being a douchebag to your neighbors. One part of me wants to […].

FCC Issues Reminder on Form 397 EEO Mid-Term Reports – Filing Obligations Begin on June 1 for Radio Stations in DC, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia

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As it has been 4 years since the first radio renewal applications were filed in the last license renewal cycle, June 1 brings the deadline for radio groups in Maryland, DC, Virginia and West Virginia that have more than 11 or more full-time (30 hours per week) employees to file their Form 397 Reports.

West Virginia Man Charged with Assault after Farting on Officer

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There are some things that need no explanation. I think in this situation, the headline speaks for itself. According to the criminal Complaint, the accused, Cruz, was originally pulled over for driving without headlights. He failed a field sobriety test and was brought back to the police station, where he was given a breathalyzer test and was fingerprinted.

FCC Issues Reminder on Upcoming License Renewal Cycle: Begins with Radio in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia in June and Pre-Filing Public Notices on April 1

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The FCC on Friday issued a Public Notice reminding radio stations that the license renewal cycle begins in June, when all stations in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia are due to electronically file their license renewal applications , along with the Broadcast Equal Employment Opportunity Report on Form 396 (the 396 being required of all full-power stations, even those with fewer than 5 full-time employees).

SCOTUS Won't Hear Virginia's Appeal In Spam Law Case

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FindLaw reports that the Supreme Court has denied cert in the case of Virginia v. Jaynes, the anti-spam case in which Jeremy Jaynes, the "spam king," had obtained reversal of his conviction under a Virginia anti-spam statute. The Virginia Supreme

All In : Virginia to automatically restore non-violent felon’s voting rights

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Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news , world news , and news about the economy All In : Virginia to automatically restore non-violent felon’s voting rights

West Virginia Supreme Court: Judge's Personal Emails Not Subject To Disclosure Under State FOIA

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The West Virginia Supreme Court has held that a judge's personal emails that are not otherwise related to his or her official duties are not subject to the state's Freedom of Information Act. The Associated Press had requested disclosure under

Virginia Attorney General Wishes to be a Laugingstock – We Oblige Him

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The Virginia State Seal displays the Roman Goddess Virtus with one breast exposed. We pointed that out with our irony rod in this post. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli decided that the image of an illustrated classical goddess with a nipple showing was too much for his staffers. He had new lapel pins created for his [.].

Virginia Court Dismisses Webcaster’s Suit Concerning Geofencing Workaround to Copyright Royalty Obligations

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We previously wrote about a Virginia federal magistrate judge’s report recommending dismissal of a declaratory judgment action brought by several radio stations asking the court to rule that webcasts limited in scope via geofencing technology to 150 miles from the site of the transmitter should be exempt from liability for copyright royalties under section 114 of the Copyright Act.

How GOP health plan would affect poor in West Virginia Bigoted West Virginians did not appreciate the ACA because they did not like a Black President but now they fear losing their heathcare, These people explain what is wrong with the White working class. | MSNBC

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How GOP health plan would affect poor in West Virginia | MSNBC

With Virginia, Voters Give Democrats First Big Wins of the Trump Era - The New York Times

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With Virginia, Voters Give Democrats First Big Wins of the Trump Era - The New York Times

Virginia Rejects Your Hateful Politics, Mr. Trump - The New York Times

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Virginia Rejects Your Hateful Politics, Mr. Trump - The New York Times

White Nationalists Celebrate Trump in Charlottesville Virginia

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Monday Morning JETLawg

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Two West Virginia men facing criminal charges for selling tickets to a non-existent Lady Gaga concert. In the news… FCC gives Hollywood the green light to deactivate PCs and individual home theaters that show pirated movies. 9th Circuit will decide if First Sale Doctrine excuses eBay sales of record labels’ promotional CDs on eBay. “Tell-All&# generation rethinks privacy issues on Facebook as they enter the workforce.

U.S. District Court Approves Subpoena Of Twitter Wikileaks Records Which Includes Information On Followers

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Justice Department asked for an received a subpoena form a Federal District Court In Virginia ordering Twitter to turn over records relating to Wikileaks to the Department of Justice. United States Wikileaks Virginia Julian Assange Birgitta Jónsdóttir United States Department of Justice Twitter SubpoenaThe U.S.

Brace Your Inboxes! Spam May Be Headed Your Way…or Not

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to consider reinstating Virginia’s anti-spam law. Last September, the Virginia Supreme Court held that Virginia’s anti-spam law, which was designed to impose consequences on people who send massive amounts of unwanted e-mail, was unconstitutional and that court’s ruling now stands. Supreme Court Virginia Attorney General Spammers, today is your day.

Rolling Stone Settles Lawsuit Over Campus Rape Story

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The deal comes after University of Virginia dean Nicole Eramo scored a $3 million verdict at trial. read more. THR, Esq. Business Music Culture Business THR Online

Schragger on Unconstitutional Government Speech @UVALaw

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Richard Schragger, University of Virginia School of Law, has published Unconstitutional Government Speech as Virginia Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper No. 2019-56. Here is the abstract. This Article uses recent controversies over government-sponsored religious symbols and Confederate iconography

Rolling Stone Rocked By Jury's Verdict That Campus Rape Story Was Defamatory

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University of Virginia associate dean Nicole Eramo sued the magazine for allegedly casting her as the "chief villain" in its since-retracted article. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Music Culture Business THR Online

Goldenziel and Cheema on How U.S. Law Hampers the Fight Against Information Warfare @JillGoldenziel

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Goldenziel, Marine Corps University-Command and Staff College; University of Pennsylvania; Harvard University, and Manal Cheema University of Virginia - School of Law, Alumnus or Degree Candidate Author, have published The New Fighting Words?: Jill I. How U.S. Law Hampers the

Fourth Circuit Affirms Lower Court Ruling Finding In Favor of Defendants in "Under the Gun" Defamation Lawsuit

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The Fourth Circuit affirmed the lower court in Virginia Citizens Defense League et al., Katie Couric et al., a defamation case involving the documentary "Under the Gun." In that case, the plaintiffs alleged that the creators of the film

Music Publisher Gets $25 Million Jury Verdict Against Cox in Trailblazing Piracy Case

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The internet service provider loses a closely watched trial in Virginia. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Music Tech Business THR Online

Schauer on Free Speech Overrides @uvalaw

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Frederick Schauer, University of Virginia School of Law, is publishing Free Speech Overrides in the University of Chicago Legal Forum (2020). Here is the abstract. This paper, prepared for a University of Chicago Law School symposium on “What’s the Harm

Rolling Stone Sued For $25M By Fraternity Implicated in Rape Story

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The lawsuit from the University of Virginia frat joins cases from three former members and the associate dean of the university. read more. THR, Esq. Culture Culture Business THR Online

Day on Monopolizing Free Speech

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Herman and Mary Virginia Terry College of Business, is publishing Monopolizing Free Speech in the Fordham Law Review. Gregory Day, University of Georgia, C. Here is the abstract. The First Amendment prevents the government from suppressing speech, though individuals can