Jul 18, 2013

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Legal Online Marketing: The Possible Impossibility?
The National Law Review
Online marketing is impossible. At least, it feels that way some days – doesn't it? A much-anticipated Google algorithm update could sink top rankings overnight and pull once obscure sites into search engine dominance. Can lawyers reasonably expect to ...
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Defend our Law and Culture, Not George Zimmerman
National Review Online (blog)
Our self-defense laws are not constructed to kill minorities but to protect simple moral principles that resolve doubts in favor of those who don't initiate violence, and American juries are more than capable of looking past race to apply the law to ...
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House Votes to Delay Obamacare Mandates
National Review Online (blog)
however, told National Review Online that delaying the mandates would ultimate help the GOP repeal the law in its entirety. "The only way to reduce healthcare costs is to delay Obamacare until we can repeal," Ways and Means chairman Dave Camp (R., ...
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Baltimore City laws available online
ABC2 News
Developers say the software empowers Baltimoreans to discover, access, and use laws whenever they want to. All the city's public laws and codes are available on the internet. You can find everything online at www.baltimorecode.org . Copyright 2013 ...
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Online gambling gets slow but steady push in U.S.
Daily Racing Form
Even without a change in federal law, horse racing's monopoly on legal online betting will probably end this year. Three states – Delaware, Nevada, and New Jersey – have passed legislation allowing for online gambling by in-state customers. In addition ...
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Federal Online Poker Regulation Needed to Fight Money Laundering
As individual states continue making progress in enacting online poker and gambling legislation, a top law enforcement official has warned that stopping money laundering will be nearly impossible to do without some sort of federal regulations.
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Effective Paid Ad Design Re: Online Advertisements
The National Law Review
In our daily Web-connected life, ads have become almost invisible to most users. We have been trained to ignore the paid ads that we see on sidebars, emails, and even ads placed directly in the content area of blogs or websites that we visit regularly ...
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Lawyer reminds to bare in mind defamation laws when online
The Satellite
IT IS hard to look at a social media website these days without a photograph of restaurant food popping into the news feed. For some, going out to dinner goes hand-in-hand with posting a photograph and review, in under 140 characters, on the meal they ...
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Bar's Real Estate Section Council Names New Chair
Law Week Colorado
It also keeps members informed through quarterly real estate newsletters, special columns in The Colorado Lawyer, the online discussion group "High Altitude," and numerous legal education programs, including approximately four seminars per year ...
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EXTRA: EU: Navalny sentencing raises questions about rule of law
Europe Online Magazine
Brussels (dpa) - The sentencing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny "raises serious questions" about the rule of law in Russia, the European Union's top diplomat has said. The corruption charges against Navalny and co-defendant Pyotr Ofitserov "have ...
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Fear the Focus of Senate Committee Hearing on Online Gambling
However, there seemed to be a consensus among the participants that regulating online poker and restricting other forms of online gambling was the solution to these problems. According to Senator Dean Heller (R-NV), the Department of Justice stripped ...
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How online photos can cost your company unexpected big bucks
South Florida Business Journal
Right of publicity and related claims can cost companies big bucks. Facebook recently paid $10 million as a result of a class-action law suit claiming that Facebook's use of individuals' photographs within stories to promote products and services ...
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White House: Health law will hold down 2014 insurance prices
Northwest News and Tribune
Ratcheting up the campaign to sell the health law, President Barack Obama was expected to deliver a speech Thursday touting how individuals buying insurance in new online marketplaces this fall will pay lower-than-projected premiums on average in at ...
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Apple flushes poker apps after prod from Australia
The law banned online gambling services in Australia and, in what was seen at the time as a futile act of legislative overreach, also prohibited anyone in another nation from providing interactive gambling services to Australians. The law turned out to ...
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Law firm admits leaking Rowling's alter ego
A British law firm admitted Thursday that one of its partners inadvertently revealed that J.K. Rowling had authored a mystery novel, "The Cuckoo's Calling." Subscription Required. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You ...
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An Online Calculator That Instantly Figures Out How Much an Individual or ...
PR Web (press release)
Fortier Insurance Services now has a link to an online Calculator on their website. University of California, Berkeley's Center for Labor Research and Education developed an online Health Law Calculator to estimate the cost of health insurance and the ...
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'Convenience' fee to view public records online a sham
Jackson Clarion Ledger
If anyone wants to see their records for free — as the law requires — a trip to city hall or the courthouse still is required. To view online requires payment of a "convenience fee" and, sometimes, a per-page charge. State law is clear that if a ...
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Rockefeller: Online Gambling Could Pose National Security Threat
PJ Media
Rockefeller noted the Justice Department memo a year a half ago reversing course on its interpretation of federal law restricting gambling over interstate wires, ruling that only applied to sports betting. "Since then, states have been racing to set up ...
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View school bus inspection results online
Dearborn Country Register
The Indiana State Police, in accordance with state law, conduct inspections of all school buses used to transport children to public and private schools. All buses are inspected annually. Buses more than 12 model years old are inspected biannually.
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Lithuania Plans to Regulate Online Gambling
Online Casino Reports
A new draft law to regulate online gambling could be submitted to the Lithuanian parliament later this year, news sites have reported. Lithuania: State of Play Until now, there has been much debate in Lithuania over whether online gambling should be ...
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US court ruling in NY favors anti-terror law
PallTimes.com (subscription)
A federal appeals court in Manhattan has reversed a judge's decision barring enforcement of a law that permits the indefinite detention of people suspected of supporting terrorists. kAm%96 a?5 .... An online service is needed to view this article in ...
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Law Development CentrePublish Date: Jul 18, 2013
New Vision
The Law Development Centre has received and allocated funds from the NICHE Project and LDC internal funding respectively to be used for the acquisition of computer software, accessories, internet connectivity and framework contracts for preventive ...
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House GOP presses delay in health care law
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans pressed ahead Wednesday on delaying key components of President Barack Obama's signature health care law, emboldened by the administration's concession that requiring companies to provide coverage for ...
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Wolters Kluwer Launches the First-Ever DFARS Clause and Provision Workflow ...
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
NEW YORK, July 18, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ -- Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, the leading global provider of intelligent solutions and expertise for legal, business, and government professionals, today announced the release of the DFARS Matrix Tool, the ...
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Law firm advises protection for trademarks
Irish Independent
Partner Deirdre Kilroy said registering a trademark early on is the best line of defence in a society that relies so heavily on online information and online interaction with brands. Businesses face fake websites passing themselves off as the real ...
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Capitol Report: ObamaCare should be delayed permanently
Daily Journal Online
President Obama's decision to delay implementation of ObamaCare's employer mandate is an admission that this law is simply too overreaching, too intrusive, too unworkable and too destructive to America's families. If the Obama Administration can't ...
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Quinn signs law helping minority-owned businesses
... Democratic Rep. Robyn Gabel of Evanston. Gabel says the law will provide fair consideration and a more competitive bidding process that will lower costs for the state. The law takes effect immediately. ---. The bill was SB2320. Online: http://www ...
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Cyber bullies should face jail time, former Family Court chief justice says
ABC Online
Alastair Nicholson says current state laws are ineffective when it comes to fighting harassment and bullying online. He says the Federal Government should follow the lead of the New Zealand government, which has proposed laws making cyber bullying a ...
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Galveston election among first under new voter ID law
Daily News - Galveston County
Before the law was given the green light, registered voters could provide their voter registration cards, drivers licenses or even utility bills to cast a ballot. kAm~? %F6D52J[ ..... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety ...
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Conservatives battle over online sales tax as bill hits House
Fox News
The 11-page bill closes loopholes in the current law and streamlines the process that allows states to collect taxes on online shopping. Currently, if an online retailer sells a product in a state where it does not have a physical presence, the company ...
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3 elderly sisters, sister-in-law reunited
Grand Island Independent
Three elderly sisters and their sister-in-law are sharing their common life experiences once again after being reunited at a Duluth care center. At 91 years young, Florence ... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need ...
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Suspension for lawyer who created fake online profile
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Though he had already been suspended from practicing law for over a year, in its July 17 unsigned opinion, a panel of Appellate Division, 2nd Department, judges ordered a one-year suspension for O'Hare, noting that his "conduct was highly inappropriate ...
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White House Says Health Law Will Restrain Insurance Prices In 2014
Gant Daily
Previously, critics and supporters of the law have compared premiums of new policies to be sold in the online marketplaces with the cost of plans currently sold to individuals. But because current plans often cover fewer benefits – and insurers are not ...
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Youth brought to US illegally leave to test law
Grand Island Independent
Under U.S. law, all three are in the country illegally even though they grew up in America. The three, members of the National Immigrant Youth Alliance, want to draw attention to the law and the huge jump in deportations carried out under the Obama ...
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Obama talks up health care law's rebates
Obama talks up health care law's rebates. Rep. Tim Griffin, R-Ark., center, and Rep. John Kline, R-Minn., right, chairman of the House Education Committee, walk to the floor of the House of Representatives for a vote to delay the individual and ...
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Teenager collects 13000-name petition to change drink-drive laws after brother ...
She collected 13,000 signatures on an online petition calling for an automatic ban for those awaiting trial for drinking and driving offences and has presented it to Downing Street. Rebecca said: "If the law is stricter, hopefully no one will get into ...
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With cameras watching, your car isn't your castle
For the first time, the number of license tag captures has reached the millions, according to a study published Wednesday by the American Civil Liberties Union based on information from hundreds of law enforcement agencies. Departments keep the records ...
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Appeal to support gun law coming next week
Clarksdale Press Register
JACKSON — Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood said Wednesday that law-enforcement officers are confused about whether Mississippi has an open-carry gun law. Then, during .... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need ...
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Proposed sales law is too confusing for consumers
When in October 2011 the European Commission put forward legislation for an "optional" EU sales law system, which would operate in parallel with national laws, it said the two main beneficiaries would be consumers and SME retailers, particularly online.
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Does anyone fancy a 'quickie', like Nigella?
The Sun
Often they will give you an email address to contact a professional on, so you can get help. But Law Society CEO Desmond Hudson has some warnings about divorcing online. DIVORCE FEATURE. Online ... one of the websites offering help with your divorce.
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Not all online tracking is bad
Idaho Business Review
I'm talking specifically about tracking information on the Internet as it relates to cybercrime, fraud and securing the online ecosystem for consumers. A couple of years ago legislation started to appear in various states known as "do not track" laws.
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Online Reaction Is Swift as Texas Abortion Bill Is Signed - NYTimes ...
Online Reaction Is Swift as Texas Abortion Bill Is Signed. People on both sides of the abortion debate took to Twitter after Gov. Rick Perry of Texas signed new abortion restrictions into law. July 17 ...
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Governor Signs Law Creating Online, Expedited ... - Pennsylvania
News for Immediate Release. July 8, 2013. Governor Signs Law Creating Online, Expedited Corporate Registrations,. Streamlining Process for New Businesses.
Beefed up Texas online harassment law to go into effect - KYTX ...
Beginning this fall, victims of online harassment in Texas will have more protections under the law.
Teaching the law with technology: College of Law now offers online ...
BY TOM SNEE, Iowa Now. The College of Law is venturing into new forms of electronic legal education for the first time this year, with two professors teaching  ...

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