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"All Lives Matter" Not a Religious Tweet

A California Sports Talk show host who was fired after posting a controversial tweet failed to convince a court that he was a victim of religious.. Read More

How to Enjoin Libel

An Ohio appellate court recently demonstrated how a court may enjoin a party from libeling someone, without violating the Constitution. It's a fine.. Read More


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"Red Headed Bitch" Not Fighting Words

An Ohio Appellate Court recently issued a decision that is good news for the First Amendment, and apparently bad news for red heads. The Court.. Read More

Disney Shareholder Suit Over Florida Law Fails

A Walt Disney Company shareholder's suit to obtain corporate records failed recently when a Delaware Court concluded that the shareholder was.. Read More

Jack Daniel's and the "Bad Spaniels" Dog Toy: The Supreme Court Leaves Trademark Litigants Something to Chew On

In Jack Daniel's Properties, Inc. v. VIP Products, LLC, No. 22-148, 599 U.S. ___ (2023), the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a First Amendment.. Read More

Faruki PLL and Co-Managing Partner Erin Rhinehart Selected Again as 2023 Premier Health Care Lawyers

DAYTON, Ohio — Faruki PLL and Co-Managing partner Erin Rhinehart were selected as Premier Health Care Lawyers (PHCL), for a third consecutive year... Read More

Upcoming Changes to the Federal Rules of Evidence

On December 1, 2023, amendments to three of the Federal Rules of Evidence – Rules 106, 615, and 702 – will take effect. The amended rules will apply.. Read More

No First Amendment Protection for Private Employee

An Ohio appellate court recently held that a private company that fired an employee for allegedly posting a racist meme was not liable for a public.. Read More

Good Intentions, But What About the Constitution?

Ohio Lt. Governor John Husted is spearheading an attempt to enact legislation that would keep Ohioans 16 and younger off certain social media.. Read More