• Brackeen v. Haaland

    Publication Date: 2021-04-19
    Practice Area: Civil Appeals | Civil Rights | Native American Law
    Court: U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
    Judge: Per Curiam
    Attorneys: For plaintiff:
    for defendant:

    Case Number: 18-11479

    A divided Fifth Circuit, which reconsidered nearly a dozen constitutional issues related to the Indian Child Welfare Act, could only set precedent for a few issues.

  • Ronnie Van Zant Inc. v. Cleopatra Records Inc.

    Publication Date: 2018-10-18
    Practice Area: Civil Procedure | Contractual Disputes
    Industry: Entertainment and Leisure
    Court: U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
    Judge: Per Curiam
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: For Defendants‐Appellants Cleopatra Records, Inc. and Cleopatra Films: Rishi Bhandari, on the brief, Evan M. Mandel, Mandel Bhandari LLP, New York, NY.
    for defendant: For Plaintiffs‐Appellees Ronnie Van Zant, Inc., Gary R. Rossington, Johnny Van Zant, Barbara Houston, Alicia Rapp, and Corinna Gaines Biemiller: Sandor Frankel, Pauline McTernan, on the brief, Richard G. Haddad, Otterbourg P.C., New York, NY For Amici Curiae A&E Television Networks, LLC, Home Box Office, Inc., Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer Studios Inc., Nbcuniversal Media, LLC, Paramount Pictures Corporation, Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Univision Communications Inc., and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., In Support of Defendants‐Appellants: Nathan Siegel, L. Danielle Toaltoan, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, New York, NY For Amici Curiae The Reporters Committee For Freedom of the Press, American Society of News Editors, the Associated Press Media Editors, Association of Alternative Newsmedia, The Association of American Publishers, Inc., Discovery Communications LLC, Dow Jones & Company, Inc., First Amendment Coalition, First Look Media Works, Inc., The International Documentary Association, The Investigative Reporting Workshop, MPA – The Association of Magazine Media, National Press Photographers Association, and the Tully Center For Free Speech, In Support of Defendants‐Appellants: Bruce D. Brown, Gregg P. Leslie, Caitlin Vogus, The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, Washington, D.C.

    Case Number: 17-2849

    Consent Decree's Inconsistent Provisions Do Not Support Ban on Movie About Rock Band

  • United States v. Philip Morris USA Inc.

    Publication Date: 2009-05-27
    Practice Area:
    Date Filed: 2009-05-22
    Court: DC Cir.
    Judge: Per curiam.
    Attorneys: For plaintiff:
    for defendant:

    Case Number: Nos. 06-5267 Consolidated with 06-5268, et al.

    Argued October 14, 2008Before: SENTELLE, Chief Judge, TATEL and BROWN, Circuit Judges.Defendants in this action, cigarette manufacturers and trade organizations, appeal from the district court's