Second Circuit Unanimously Affirms Decision Granting Declaratory Judgment Holding President Trump Violates the 1st Amendment by Blocking Followers on Twitter

Here’s the opinion. Here's a bit on the Trump Twitter case, and the trial court's use of a declaratory judgment rather than an injunction, from the Laycock & Hasen remedies casebook (5th ed.) pic.twitter.com/JgoOTJOWm8— Rick Hasen (@rickhasen) July 9, 2019 … Continue reading

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Ninth Circuit, Citing Wikipedia, Proclaims Elvis “the King” and Explains the Meaning of “Elvis Has Left the Building”

More substantively, in Flexible Lifeline Systems v. Precision Lift, the Ninth Circuit reverses a longstanding circuit rule presuming irreparable harm in copyright infringement cases in which plaintiff seeking a preliminary injunction has proven likelihood of success on the merits. … Continue reading

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