Justin Douglas appeals a judgment, entered upon a jury’s verdict, convicting him of two counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child; four counts of sexual exploitation of a child; two counts of possession of child pornography; and eight counts of felony bail jumping, with all sixteen counts as a habitual criminal.
Rudy McWashington appeals from a postconviction order permitting appointed postconviction counsel to withdraw over McWashington’s objection.
Section 13(b) of the Federal Trade Commission Act authorizes the Commission to obtain, “in proper cases,” a “permanent injunction” in federal court against “any person, partnership, or corporation” that it believes “is violating, or is about to violate, any provision of law” that the Commission enforces. 87 Stat. 592, 15 U. S. C. §53(b).
Savanah Thom was severely injured when her vehicle collided with a vehicle driven by a thirteen-year-old child.
Paul Hsu and Hsu’s Ginseng Enterprises, Inc., (collectively Hsu) appeal from a money judgment entered against both Paul and the corporation, stemming from a futures contract for the sale of ginseng grown by Daniel Krueger.
Stanley E. Martin appeals the order denying his petition for discharge from a WIS. STAT. ch. 980 commitment.
Voters with Facts, as well as numerous individual plaintiffs (collectively, “Voters with Facts”), appeals an order dismissing its certiorari action seeking a judgment voiding a particular tax incremental district (“TID”) enacted by the City of Eau Claire and its Joint Review Board (collectively, “the City”).
Daryl Strenke appeals an amended judgment of conviction, entered upon his guilty plea, convicting him of second-degree intentional homicide.
Christopher Caley appeals from a judgment of conviction for eleven counts of capturing an image of nudity on camera without consent of the victims, contrary to WIS. STAT. § 942.09(2)(am)1. (2019-20), and for one count of disorderly conduct.
Kimberly Crone appeals a judgment of conviction, entered upon her no-contest plea, for possession of a controlled substance.
For the second time in as many years we affirm the district court’s dismissal of a lawsuit brought under the Medicare Act by entities seeking to collect on healthcare receivables assigned to them by so-called Medicare Advantage Organizations.
Copyright law strikes a practical balance between the intellectual-property rights of authors and the public interest in preserving the free flow of ideas and information and encouraging creative expression, all in furtherance of the constitutional purpose to “promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts.”
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