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UNPUBLISHED . UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS . FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT . No. 09-1825 . TRADEMARK PROPERTIES INCORPORATED, a South Carolina Corporation; RICHARD C. DAVIS, an Individual,

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unpublished . united states court of appeals . for the fourth circuit . no. 10-1042 . symbionics inc., plaintiff - appellant, v. christopher j. ortlieb,

Circuit Citation Rules (unpublished opinions)

Citing Unpublished Federal Appellate Opinions Issued Before 2007 Circuit Citation Rules (unpublished opinions)

Citation of Unpublished Opinions

Citation of Unpublished Opinions As Precedent in the State Courts STATE TREATMENT AUTHORITY Alabama Not precedent; may not be cited except for purposes set forth in rule; delay in publication caused by applications for rehearing or further appellate review or petitions for certiorari shall not ...

Unpublished materials, new technologies, and copyright ...

Unpublished materials, new technologies, and copyright: facilitating scholarly use By Peter B. Hirtle * [Note: This is a preprint version of the article which was published in 49 J COPYRIGHT SOC, 259-75 (2001).

UNPUBLISHED COURT OF APPEALS DECISIONS: A HARD LOOK AT THE

67 UNPUBLISHED COURT OF APPEALS DECISIONS: A HARD LOOK AT THE PROCESS † S TEPHEN L. W ASBY ‡ I. INTRODUCTION The burgeoning caseload of the U.S. courts of appeals, which has outpaced the increase in district court filings and also has risen more rapidly than has the number of appellate ...

DIVISION III

arkansas court of appeals judge david m. glover not designated for publication

DIVISION III

arkansas court of appeals not designated for publication wendell l. griffen, judge

The Federal Courts of Appeals, Unpublished Decisions, and the ...

The Federal Courts of Appeals, Unpublished Decisions, and the "No-Citation Rule" D IONE C HRISTOPHER G REENE ∗ I NTRODUCTION In 1964, the Judicial Conference of the United States recommended limiting the publication of court opinions to decrease the workload of federal courts. 1 It is unknown ...

Unpublished appellate opinions are still commonplace

Unpublished decisions are much more accessible today on Westlaw, Lexis and West's Federal Appendix than they were years ago. Still, given the federal circuits' treatment of unpublished decisions as having limited or no precedential value, practitioners who receive a significant but ...