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Williams v. Pryor, 229 F.3d 1331 (11th Cir. 2000), rehearing denied, 240 F.3d 944 (11th Cir. 2001) was a federal lawsuit that unsuccessfully challenged an Alabama law criminalizing the sale of sex toys in the state. In 1998, a statute enacted by the legislature of the State of Alabama amended the obscenity provisions of the ...

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Williams v. Florida (No. 927). Argued: March 4, 1970. Decided: June 22, 1970. ___. Syllabus; Opinion, White; Concurrence, Burger; CDInPart, Black; Dissent, ...... Effects of Group Pressure Upon the Modification and Distortion of Judgments, in Readings in Social Psychology 2 (G. Swanson, T. Newcomb & E. Hartley et al.,  ...

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See Lindsey v. Normet, 405 U. S. 56, 66. For another, permitting such punishment would add a near standardless dimension to the punitive damages equation and .... In particular, Philip Morris pointed out that the plaintiff 's attorney had told the jury to "think about how many other Jesse Williams in the last 40 years in the ...

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The Eliezer Williams, et al., vs. State of California, et al. (Williams) case was filed as a class action in 2000 in San Francisco County Superior Court. The plaintiffs include nearly 100 San Francisco County students, who filed suit against the State of California and state education agencies, including the California Department ...

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Apr 12, 2016 ... In determining whether fees were appropriate, the district court also considered the nonexclusive Lieb v. Topstone Industries, Inc. factors — the plaintiff's motivation in bringing suit, the frivolousness of the claims, the extent to which factual and legal elements of the case were objectively unreasonable, and ...

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Feb 20, 2007 ... In particular, Philip Morris pointed out that the plaintiff 's attorney had told the jury to “think about how many other Jesse Williams in the last 40 years in the State of Oregon there have been. … In Oregon, how many people do we see outside, driving home … smoking cigarettes? … [C]igarettes … are going to ...

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Dec 30, 2008 ... Philip Morris USA v. Williams arose from the death of Jesse. Williams, an Oregon janitor who smoked as many as three packs of. Marlboro cigarettes6 a day for forty-seven years and died in 1997 of lung cancer at the age ..... Brief for Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America et al. as Amicus.

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Dec 21, 2016 ... Lee Kibler, who is better known as “DJ Logic,” was dealt an unfavorable ruling in his trademark fight against rapper Robert Bryson Hall, WME-IMG, and Hall's record label, Def Jam, last week by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Kibler, who alleges that he has been known as “DJ LOGIC” and ...

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Jan 8, 2015 ... Setting. The study took place in primary care and community settings that served rural, urban and ethnically diverse populations, in two sentinel sites: London, and Yorkshire and the Humber. An online consultation and stakeholder workshops elicited views from across England.