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WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States is announcing talks with the European Union to set informal rules aimed at limiting debris in space that threatens satellites. A senior U.S. official says Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will announce the talks Tuesday. The official spoke on condition of anonymity ahead of the announcement. The EU already has made public its own draft rules for operating in space. The U.S. official says the United States views that document as a starting point but would like to see changes. The United States also wants other countries, including Russia and China, involved. U.S. and EU concerns were spurred by China's move to pulverize a disabled weather satellite in 2007. The test sent large amounts of debris into orbit.
Nevada's Supreme Court has reached a milestone this week after hitting its 60,000th case. Court officials say Monday that the distinction went to an appeal in a complex homeowner's association case with 74 defendants. Supreme Court officials say that filings at the Nevada's only appellate court have been growing rapidly as the state's population has increased. It took 112 years of statehood for the court to hit 10,000 cases. That milestone came Aug. 12, 1977. But it took just more than four years to accrue the most recent 10,000 cases. The court hit 50,000 cases in August 2007. Chief Justice Nancy Saitta says the number of cases is memorable, but also points to a backlog that delays resolving the legal matters. Posted on : breakinglegalnews.com
A bill just signed into law by Gov. Chris Christie promises to help protect the trade secrets of businesses across New Jersey by establishing specific remedies when intellectual property such as a formula, design, prototype or invention is misappropriated. A trade secret is defined by law as information that derives independent economic value, actual or potential, from not being generally known to, and not being readily ascertainable by proper means by, other persons who can obtain economic value from its disclosure or use; and is the subject of efforts that are reasonable under the circumstances to maintain its secrecy. Misappropriation means the acquisition of a trade secret by a person who either knows or has reason to know the secret was acquired by improper means, improper disclosure or use of a trade secret without consent of the trade secret owner. If the holder of a trade secret finds evidence of…
The Supreme Court upheld a law Wednesday that extended U.S. copyright protection to books, musical compositions and other works by foreign artists that had been available without paying royalties. The justices said in a 6-2 decision Wednesday that Congress acted within its power to give protection to works that had been in the public domain. The law's challengers complained that community orchestras, academics and others who rely on works that are available for free have effectively been priced out of performing "Peter and the Wolf" and other pieces that had been mainstays of their repertoires. The case concerned a 1994 law that was intended to bring the U.S. into compliance with an international treaty on intellectual property. The law made copyright protection available to foreign works that previously could not have been copyrighted. The court ruled in 2003 that Congress may extend the life of a copyright. Wednesday's decision was…
A federal appeals court is hearing arguments in a case that challenges the planned use of reclaimed water for snowmaking at an Arizona ski resort. The 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals is scheduled to hear the case Monday morning in San Francisco. The Save the Peaks Coalition and a group of citizens want the U.S. Forest Service to do a more thorough environmental analysis on the health and safety risks of using treated wastewater for artificial snow. A lower court has ruled that the Forest Service adequately considered the impacts of the snowmaking plan and that the record supported the agency's decision to allow it. More than a dozen tribes consider the mountain sacred. American Indian tribes argued unsuccessfully in a separate case that the plan violated religious freedom.
The wrongful death of a loved one near to you is a tragedy. When someone else's negligence causes a catastrophe of this sort, you need a Kansas City Missouri wrongful death attorney who has represented many of these types of cases. Experience and knowledge absolutely makes a significant difference in the outcome of your case.Accidents like this put enormous emotional and sometimes financial strain on a family. If the loved one was the sole provider for the family, this can be even more devastating. You want your rights protected, and the advice of someone who has vast experience in representing and winning cases like yours. Choosing the right Kansas City wrongful death lawyer will insure that you get compensated fairly for your loss.People file suit in cases like this for different reasons. For some, it helps provide closure and enables them to begin the healing process. For others, it is…
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