Ходжа Н. (hojja_nusreddin) wrote,
Ходжа Н.

Таня ("русская душою") Шуткан (потомство ямайских пиратов) шуткует в американском суде

Chutkan was born on July 5, 1962 in Kingston, Jamaica

- received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1983 from George Washington University
- received a Juris Doctor in 1987 from the University of Pennsylvania Law School
- from 1991 to 2002, she was a trial attorney and supervisor at the Public Defender Service
- practice focused on complex civil litigation and specifically antitrust class action cases
- Pres. Obama nominated Chutkan to serve as a US District Judge for the District of Columbia

Chutkan was assigned the case American Society for Testing and Materials et al. v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc.

- In the case, Public.Resource.Org was sued by
--- the American Society for Testing and Materials,
--- the National Fire Protection Association, and
--- the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers
- for scanning and making available building codes & fire codes,
- which these organizations consider their copyrighted property.

Chutkan ruled against Public.Resource.Org, writing that

- the public interest is best served by
- having laws of the US government inaccessible by its people, and
- ordering all of the standards to be deleted from the Internet

A federal Judge Tanya Chutkan has set a hearing of Trump's immigration ban

- after two people affected by the travel ban sued
- Court documents show:
--- one of them, a Somali woman married to a U.S. citizen, was allowed to enter the US on Sunday
--- another, an Iranian woman married to a lawful permanent U.S. resident, is set to fly to the US on Monday
- The Justice Department has urged Tanya Chutkan not to issue a temporary restraining order

Tags: американа, иммиграция, кунсткамера, о'бам, пираты, суд, трамп, шутка

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