Judge Questions Trump's Comments At Sanctuary City HearingPresident Donald Trump's comments about so-called "sanctuary cities" were scrutinized at a federal appeals court hearing Wednesday.
Appeals Court Rules Unequal Pay Can't Be Based On Women's Previous SalariesA federal appeals court ruled that workers' previous salaries can't be used to justify unequal pay for women and men doing the same job.
Court Orders EPA To Revise Lead Paint Hazard Rules In 15 MonthsA federal appeals court in San Francisco Wednesday ordered the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to revise its standards on lead paint hazards to protect children within one year and three months.
9th Circuit Court Of Appeals Deals Trump Travel Ban Another SetbackThe San Francisco-based 9th Circuit Court Of Appeals Monday upheld a hold put in place by a federal judge in Hawaii on President Donald Trump's travel ban.
Fed Appeals Court Tosses Out Attempt To Dismantle 'Net Neutrality'The federal appeals court ruling to uphold "net neutrality" means the rules favored by consumer groups but despised by telecom companies will remain in place for now.
Facebook Challenges Search Warrants For Users’ Information In NY CourtFacebook lawyers told a New York appeals court the company must be allowed to object when law enforcement seeks search warrants for users' information.
Appeals Court To Hear Trump Administration Bid To Reinstate Travel BanA federal appeals court in San Francisco will hear arguments Tuesday on whether to reinstate a travel ban ordered by President Trump.
Same-Sex Marriage Cases Return To San Francisco Federal Appeals Court; Nevada, Idaho Bans Up For ReviewThe 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has scheduled two hours of arguments Monday on whether such bans should be struck down in Idaho and Nevada.
Larry Magid: Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down FCC’s Net Neutrality RulesA federal appeals court in Washington has struck down the FCC's net neutrality rules, but what does it mean for the consumer?
Death Sentence Upheld For Former Millbrae Cop Who Killed 6A federal appeals court has upheld the death sentence for a former Bay Area policeman who killed six people in 1983.
Lawsuit vs. Gamer EA Sports, NCAA Clears Major Hurdle In SF Appeals CourtA federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled Wednesday that video game maker Electronic Arts Inc. is not protected by the right of free speech...
Court Rules 'Jersey Boys' Musical Had Right To Use Ed Sullivan ClipA federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled on Monday that the producers of the "Jersey Boys" Broadway musical cannot be sued for copyright infringement...

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