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Monday, April 21, 2014
Tomorrow at the Court
9:30am State v. Daniels
10:45am State v. Roe
1:30pm Finstad v. Ransom-Sargent Water Users, Inc.

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Appellate practice tip of the week
Mailing the notice of appeal is not the same as filing the notice of appeal. See, e.g., State v. DuPaul, 527 N.W.2d 238, 243 (N.D. 1995).
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  • U.S. Supreme Court April 21 arguments
    United States Supreme Court building Monday, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments in a false advertising case involving competing pomegranate beverages and in a case on post-judgment discovery of a foreign country's assets.
  • Pom Wonderful LLC v. Coca-Cola Company
  • Argentina v. NML Capital, Ltd.
  • U.S. Supreme Court April 22 arguments
    Tuesday, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case on whether a party can bring a pre-enforcement challenge to a state law that prohibits the dissemination of known false statements about political candidates an a case on whether retransmission of a television program violates copyright.
  • Susan B. Anthony List v. Driehaus
  • American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc.
  • U.S. Supreme Court April 23 arguments
    Wednesday, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case on whether a party can have an evidentiary hearing to challenge an IRS summons and in a case on preemption of statutes of repose.
  • United States v. Clarke
  • CTS Corp. v. Waldburger
  • Judgeship retained at Valley City
    The Supreme Court has retained at Valley City the judgeship of retiring District Judge John Paulson.
    Applicants for NC judge have diverse careers
    Dillon, Louser and Martin The three attorneys who applied for the North Central Judicial District vacancy were asked to provide brief information on their background, education, and legal careers. Here are their career highlights with links to more detailed information from applicants Kelly Dillon, Stacy Louser and Robert Martin.
    Joint Procedure Committee April 24-25 agenda
    The agenda for the April 24-25 meeting of the Joint Procedure Committee and the committee's Sept. 26, 2013, minutes, have been posted.

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    The Supreme Court at Trenton Public School—The April 14, 2014 photos
    The Court at Trenton On April 14, the Supreme Court traveled to Trenton Public School in Williams County, near the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers, to meet with students and to hear arguments in a case, State v. Juntunen. Here are the photos.
  • Taking the Court to the Schools
  • Williston Herald: Supreme Court justices visit Trenton
  • 3 apply for North Central District Judge
    Three lawyers have applied to fill the North Central District Judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge William McLees. They are: Kelly A. Dillon, Stacy J. Louser, and Robert W. Martin, all of Minot.
    6 apply for South Central Judicial District vacancy
    Six lawyers have applied to fill the South Central District Judge vacancy that will be created by the retirement of Judge Donald Jorgensen. The applicants are: Steven Balaban, Arnold Fleck, Wayne Goter, Brian Grosinger, Parrell Grossman, and Todd Schwarz. All are from Bismarck except Grosinger, who is from Mandan.
    New Opinion: April 16
    The Supreme Court posted one new opinion on April 16.
    Olson investiture to be held April 25
    Judge Thomas Olson A formal investiture ceremony for new East Central Judicial District Judge Thomas R. Olson is set for 2 p.m. on Friday, April 25, in Fargo. Olson began his judicial work on March 17.
  • Governor appoints Olson to fill EC vacancy
  • Judgeship retained at Bismarck
    Taking judicial notice of its prior proceeding, the Supreme Court has ordered the judgeship of resigning District Judge Donald Jorgensen retained at its present location and filled as provided by law.
  • Governor intends to appoint new judge for Jorgensen
  • Judge Jorgensen resigns effective July 3

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