Jun 11, 2013

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Hong Kong law offers US secrets leaker protections to stay in territory
Washington Post
HONG KONG — The American defense contractor who says he leaked information on classified U.S. surveillance programs could benefit from a quirk in Hong Kong law that would ensure a lengthy battle to deport him. Edward Snowden's whereabouts were ...
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'Law allowing Amar another term may be illegal'
Jerusalem Post
Knesset legal adviser Eyal Yinon filed a legal opinion on Monday saying that the proposed Knesset law that could enable current Sephardi Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar to be elected to an unprecedented additional term may not be legal. Yinon noted that Amar ...
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Apple's law-enforcement critics 'appreciative' of new activation lock
Two prominent law enforcers in the U.S. who have been pushing Apple to do more to combat iPhone theft say they appreciate a new feature previewed earlier Monday that could help make stolen iPhones more difficult for thieves to resell. The "activation ...
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Law on notary public in Dubai courts issued
The law regulates the profession of the public and private notary publics in the emirate of Dubai, and sets out terms of reference, requirements, conditions and years of experience for persons wishing to take up the position. The law stipulates that a ...
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Colorado seeks permanent ban on law to treat marijuana magazines like ...
Washington Post
DENVER — A Colorado law to require marijuana magazines to be sold behind the counter like pornography is being abandoned before it takes effect. State lawyers indicated Monday they don't want to go back to court to talk about the recently enacted law ...
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Law Society threatens to sue government over legal aid reforms
Financial Times
The Law Society, the professional body that represents more than 120,000 solicitors in England and Wales, has said it is prepared to sue the government over proposed reforms to legal aid. Lucy Scott-Moncrieff, the society's president, told a select ...
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New law requires women join committee for appointing Israel's rabbinical judges
As per the new law, the committee will be expanded to 11 members, and will include at least four women: a minister, a Knesset member, a representative of the Bar Association and a rabbinical advocate appointed by the justice minister. "The new law ...
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Law academy to train young advocates
The Hindu
Young advocates will have an opportunity to enrich their legal knowledge and hone their advocacy skills through the law academy proposed to be started by the 124-year-old Tiruchi Bar Association. The "tripartite" law academy will be unique in the sense ...
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Lemon law attorney praises changes made to bill affecting lawsuits against car ...
Minneapolis Star Tribune
MADISON, Wis. â€" Changes made to a bill tightening the state's law covering when consumers can sue auto manufacturers have won over former opponents including the state group representing trial attorneys, but they aren't enough for Wisconsin's ...
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Moore's Law, J. Edgar Hoover and the real roots of the NSA surveillance scandal
Washington Post
The lines are already being drawn over whether to view Edward Snowden, the NSA leaker, as a hero who blew the whistle on a dangerous government intrusion into privacy or a villain who criminally endangered our national security. But the debate over ...
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Russian Duma passes law banning 'gay propaganda'
BBC News
Russia's lower house of parliament, the Duma, has passed a law imposing heavy fines for providing information about homosexuality to people under 18. The measure was passed unanimously and will become law when approved by the upper house and ...
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Editorial: Illinois concealed-carry law needs amendatory veto from Quinn
Chicago Sun-Times
The bill permitting the concealed carrying of weapons that passed in the closing days of the Illinois General Assembly spring session includes provisions that create a bad legislative precedent and public safety risks. Although the bill sailed through ...
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Mining law amendment changed
Independent Online
However, mining law expert Peter Leon from Webber Wentzel told Sapa two of the most problematic provisions of the law amendment have been excised, granting the industry a partial reprieve. These were the prohibition of adding new areas to existing ...
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Law Reform Commission recommends retention of life sentence for murder
The Law Reform Commission has recommended that the mandatory life sentence for murder should be retained, but that judges should be allowed to recommend a specific minimum term. Judges in Northern Ireland currently have the power to recommend a ...
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Missouri law change may smooth $4.7-billion Smithfield purchase
Globe and Mail
Last-minute legislative manoeuvres in Missouri may remove one potential legal obstacle to Shuanghui International Holdings' proposed $4.7-billion (U.S.) purchase of Smithfield Foods Inc., which would be China's largest purchase to date of a U.S. company.
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The Health Law's Implementation Gains And Pains
Kaiser Health News
As Democrats begin campaigns to tout the health law's benefits and states work to implement some of the overhaul's central provisions, concerns about state budget pressures, program costs and civil liberties draw headlines. McClatchy: Democrats Hit The ...
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Analysis: Ownership law may hinder China's biggest US purchase
Independent Online
Decades-old laws barring foreign ownership of farmland in Iowa, Missouri and some other US states may complicate Shuanghui International's $4.7 billion (R47bn) planned purchase of US pork powerhouse Smithfield Foods. The deal, which would be the ...
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'Law abiding' Jindal Steel promises to cooperate
Jindal Steel and Power Ltd said today it was committed to fully cooperating with the Central Bureau of investigation (CBI), after the government agency registered a case against the company over coal block allocations. "JSPL, as a law abiding company, ...
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Law Chief rejects criminal vote case
ITV News
The Government's most senior law officer has urged the UK's highest court to reject challenges by two convicted murderers, including one who killed a girl in Blackpool, who are fighting for the right to vote while in prison. Attorney General Dominic ...
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Law firms guilty of reducing carbon emissions
Leading UK law firms have reduced their carbon emissions by 1.84%, or the equivalent of over 29,000 tonnes CO2, according to a report published today. 57 law firms measured their annual carbon emissions for this year's report from the Legal Sector ...
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New law requires women join rabbinical judge appointments panel
"The new law mends the twisted reality in which men are the only ones deciding on issues that mainly influence the lives of women," said MK Zahava Gal-On (Meretz), who led the legislation alongside Knesset members Aliza Lavie (Yesh Atid) and Shuli ...
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Law enforcers launch crackdown in Lyari to curb violence as dozens injured
The News International
In the afternoon, Rangers entered the troubled areas after police faced stiff resistance from gangsters holed up in bunkers and rooftops of buildings and women pelted the law enforcers with stones. Rangers spokesman Major Sibtain Rizvi said a team of ...
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Law & Disorder (June 11, 2013)
Kingston Daily Freeman
Law & Disorder (June 11, 2013). Published: Tuesday, June 11, 2013. The following items are based on information provided by officials in law enforcement and the criminal justice system. CITY OF KINGSTON Robbery: A 15-year-old was arrested by Kingston ...
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Fashola Approves Law Allowing Residents Of Lagos To Burn Their Dead
The new law also empowers medical practitioners, with government approval, to cremate abandoned and unclaimed corpses after a reasonable period of time has been given as notice. Mr Fashola said the law was enacted to provide more choices in a ...
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Autonomy law disrupts sustainable tourism
Jakarta Post
A senior official has identified the regional autonomy law, which gives regency-level administrations authority in issuing permits for tourism development, and the low level of awareness among administrations on sustainable development as the two ...
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Law Professor Urges Ethiopia to Take Nile Issue to International Court
Tadias Magazine
New York (TADIAS) – In the late 1990s, long before the Egyptian cabinet got caught on live television discussing to sabotage Ethiopia's $4.7 billion Grand Renaissance hydroelectric dam project, a law professor and his students at Stanford University ...
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Law Firm of Wohl & Fruchter is Investigating the Proposed Acquisition of Dole ...
The law firm of Wohl & Fruchter LLP is investigating the proposed acquisition of Dole Food Company Inc. (Dole) (NYSE: DOLE) by the Company's Chairman and CEO, and largest shareholder, David H. Murdock. On June 11, 2013, Dole announced that it had ...
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Ex-law officer wants rape conviction set aside
San Francisco Chronicle
HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — A former Kansas sheriff serving a 27-year sentence for sex crimes involving a 13-year-old child wants his conviction set aside. Attorneys for James Bloom argued during a Reno County hearing Monday that his former attorneys ...
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Mexico's new telecoms law takes effect
MEXICO CITY — Mexico's new telecommunications law took effect, capping President Enrique Pena Nieto's bid to end monopolies in an industry worth more than 32 billion dollars a year. The legislation aims to increase foreign investment, allowing ...
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Blogs14 new results for law
'Vikings' Enlists 'Hunger Games,' 'Law & Order' Actors for Season 2 ...
By Lesley Goldberg
Alexander Ludwig and Linus Roache will board the History drama as series regulars.
Pittenger moves to repeal part of financial reform law - Charlotte ...
By adunn@charlotteobserver.com (Andrew Dunn)
U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger plans to file a bill this week that would repeal a part of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law that requires banks to collect demographic data on small-business loan applicants.
The Charlotte Observer -- Business
Marc Dann: Practicing law again | Politics Extra
By Carl Weiser
Remember Marc Dann, the former Ohio Attorney General who resigned amid a political corruption and sexual harassment scandal? He has his law license back. "Since leaving public office a little more than 5 years ago I have learned a great ...
Politics Extra
House Dem pushes for repeal of military force law | Army Times ...
President Obama and Congress need to rethink the broad authority for the use of military force in the war on terror, a law written when many U.S..
New law cracks down on driving under the influence of drugs ...
By Meg Alexander
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Governor Mary Fallin just approved an amendment to House Bill 1441 that could take some drivers by surprise. The sub-section deals with the definition "under the influence.
Concurring Opinions » Sherlock and the Law
By Dave Hoffman
I'm only mostly finished the first series, but thus far it has been striking how little role law (and its constraints) play in the narrative. Basically, although Sherlock is a "consulting detective" (and under US rules, certainly an agent of the State), ...
Concurring Opinions
Court Upholds St. Louis Red Light Camera Law « CBS St. Louis
By aftonspriggs
KMOX news has learned the red light camera law for the city of St. Louis has been upheld up the Court of Appeals.
CBS St. Louis
ECHR BLOG: New Handbook on ECHR and EU Law on Asylum ...
By Antoine Buyse
A cooperative project between the European Court of Human Rights and the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union has resulted in a Handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration. It was presented ...
Quebec profs take aim at royal succession law changes, claim ...
By Andy Johnson
A pair of Quebec professors is challenging Canada's approval of new royal succession laws that say a first-born child, regardless of gender, can now inherit the throne.
CTVNews.ca - Top Stories - Public RSS
UK did not use PRISM to dodge British law, says Hague | MinnPost
By Ian Evans
Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague today dismissed as "baseless" claims that UK spies used American-gathered intelligence to dodge strict British rules on government surveillance.
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IRS hiding identity of agent who committed ILLEGAL activity behind ...
By The Right Scoop
The IRS is hiding the identity of the person/s who illegally leaked the private donor list of the conservative group, National Organization for Marriage, and are suggesting that the law that prevents them from disclosing private tax returns ...
The Right Scoop
Only a Few Are Now Completely Above the Law | The Daily Sheeple
By Freedom Outpost
Every other person in the United States who has ever accessed the Internet, used a cell phone capable of going on the Internet, sent an email or done anything else electronically is in the NSA system.
The Daily Sheeple
The Faculty Lounge: Florida Coastal Law Names Chidi Ogene ...
By Dan Filler
Florida Coastal Law has announced that Chidi Ogene will serve as the school's interim dean. Ogene, who has been serving as general counsel of the InfiLaw system, holds a JD from Georgetown.
The Faculty Lounge
IRS Scandal: Agent Sherry Wan Lays Down the "Law" to Pro-lifers ...
By Donald R. McClarey
Go here to read a letter in which Erik W. Stanley of the Alliance Defending Freedom devastatingly explains to Ms. Wan the law in this area and how she completely mistated and twisted it in regard to Pro-Life Revolution. I wonder how many ...
The American Catholic

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New law boosts Hawaii's film industry - Hawaii News Now - KGMB ...
The state's film industry is expecting a big boost in business thanks to a new law. With an enhanced tax credit ...
General Laws: CHAPTER 152
Section 25CFailure to provide for payment of compensation; stop work orders; penalties; liens; actions brought by losing bidders; civil actions for violations of ...

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