Apr 28 2017, Brief of respondents Bobbi-Jo Smiley, et al. in opposition filed. May 01 2017, Motion for leave to file amicus brief filed by The Cato Institute. May 03 2017, Motion for leave to file amici brief filed by Pacific Legal Foundation, et al . May 12 2017, Reply of petitioners E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company, et al.
Smiley v. Hologic, Inc. et al, No. 3:2016cv00158 - Document 30 (S.D. Cal. 2016) case opinion from the Southern District of California US Federal District Court.
SMILEY v. CITIBANK (SOUTH DAKOTA), N. A.. CERTIORARI TO THE SUPREME COURT OF CALIFORNIA No. 95-860. Argued April 24, 1996-Decided June 3, 1996 ... *Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts et al. by Scott Harshbarger, Attorney General of Massachusetts, ...
Dec 19, 2017 ... in conveying their emotions during online conversation. Wolf  showed further, in her study on newsgroups, that. there are signiﬁcant differences in the use of emoticons. by men and women. Derks et al.  investigated the in-. ﬂuence of social context on the use of emoticons in Inter-. net communication.
Mar 9, 2015 ... Case opinion for MD Court of Appeals SMILEY v. STATE. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
Oct 7, 2016 ... FindLaw provides Smiley v. EI DuPont de Nemours & Co., 2016/10/07, 14-4583 - US 3rd Circuit | FindLaw.
Smiley purported to proceed on behalf of herself and all others similarly situated- specifically, the class of persons "who held or currently hold a Citibank credit ..... 271, 271-272, 272-274; Wernwag et al. v. Mothershead et al. (Ind. 1834) 3 Blackford 401, 401-402; see generally, Annot., Provision for Interest After Maturity at a ...
Feb 20, 2018 ... v. ) Case No. ) PUBLIC BROADCASTING SERVICE, ) JURY TRIAL DEMAND a District of Columbia corporation, ) 2100 Crystal Drive ) Arlington, VA 22202 ) ) Defendant. ) ) COMPLAINT Plaintiffs TS Media, Inc., Tavis Smiley Presents, Inc., and The Smiley Group, Inc. allege. as follows: Statement of the Case.
It is now common practice, in digital communication, to use the character combination “:-)”, known as an emoticon, to indicate a smiling face. Although emoticons are readily interpreted as smiling faces, it is unclear whether emoticons trigger face-specific mechanisms or whether separate systems are utilized. A hallmark of ...