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Opinion: Reform the Job-Killing Non-public Attorneys Normal Act to Assist California Financial system Get better

Opinion: Reform the Job-Killing Private Attorneys General Act to Help California Economy Recover

Restaurants are often the target of frivolous lawsuits under the General Attorneys General Act. Photo by Chris Stone Widespread vaccinations are putting the COVID-19 pandemic in the rearview mirror. Now is the time for California lawmakers to focus on helping the state’s troubled economy recover. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows California has … Read more

Lawyer alleges Chatham transit CEO firing a violation of whistleblower act

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Nine days prior to her resignation by the Chatham Area Transit board of directors, former CAT CEO and Executive Director Bacarra Mauldin alerted the board to a violation of both CAT procurement policy and federal procurement regulations. The violations both result from a call for proposals (RFP) for legal services. Mauldin’s report contributed to her … Read more

Winnipeg lawyer requires adjustments to Police Act following Eishia Hudson investigation – Winnipeg

Winnipeg lawyer calls for changes to Police Act following Eishia Hudson investigation - Winnipeg

The official involved in the fatal shooting of Eishia Hudson will not be charged after an investigation by Manitoba’s police guards. However, the officer who fired the fatal shot was never interviewed by the Manitoba Independent Investigation Unit (IIU) and cannot be coerced. Continue reading: The Manitoba watchdog rescues the Winnipeg police officer of gunfire … Read more

Josh Holmes Q.C. and Jack Williams Act for Symphony in Relation to Its Damages Motion Towards EU Establishments

Josh Holmes, Q.C. and Jack Williams. Photo courtesy of Monckton Chambers.

Josh Holmes QC and Jack Williams have been instructed by Symphony Environmental Technologies PLC and Symphony Environmental Ltd (the Applicants) in relation to an Article 340 TFEU damages claim against the EU institutions to be heard in the EU court in Luxembourg. The applicants claim that, under Article 340 (2) TFEU and Article 41 (3) … Read more

Pace up Act to manage rental charges, says lawyer

Speed up Act to control rental rates, says lawyer

The government is drafting a law to provide clearer and fairer rules for property owners and their customers. PETALING JAYA: A real estate attorney has urged the government to speed up the implementation of a rent control and monitoring law to prevent landlords from imposing inappropriate rates. Salkukhairi Abd Sukor, President of Persatuan Guaman Hartanah … Read more

California Lawyer Normal Joins Multistate Coalition in Protection of Anti-Discrimination Protections Below the Voting Rights Act

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Jan. 22, 2021 – SACRAMENTO – California Attorney General Xavier Becerra joined a coalition of 18 attorneys general on Thursday campaigning for the right to vote in an amicus letter presented to the U.S. Supreme Court in Brnovich versus Democratic National Committee. The case focuses on consolidated challenges to a number of electoral rules in … Read more

U.S. Attorneys workplace, Particular Workplace of Lawyer Normal for Pandemic Restoration kind partnership to prosecute CARES Act fraud

U.S. Attorneys office, Special Office of Attorney General for Pandemic Recovery form partnership to prosecute CARES Act fraud

US attorney Bruce D. Brandler said his office would work with Inspector General Brian D. Miller on the cases after the two offices partnered. HARRISBURG, PA. Acting U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania Bruce D. Brandler announced Thursday that his office has partnered with the Office of the Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery … Read more

Petitions of the week: Three Second Modification petitions and a Wiretap Act declare in opposition to Fb

Symposium: All foreign nationals should be excluded from apportionment. That’s what the Constitution requires.

Posted January 15, 2021 at 1:41 pm by Andrew Hamm This week we’re highlighting certification filings that require the Supreme Court to examine, among other things, whether Facebook plug-ins violate the wiretapping law and whether the second amendment protects an individual’s right to use firearms outside the home or following a conviction for a nonviolent … Read more

Justices grant overview in 14 new circumstances however don’t act on hot-button points

House Committee on the Judiciary asks court to put off oral argument on Mueller materials

Posted on Fri, Jan 8th 2021, 9:19 pm by Amy Howe The Supreme Court took a giant step on Friday night to fill out its merits record for the remainder of the 2020-21 term, granting review in 14 new cases for a total of 12 hours of dispute. The judges will weigh the initial adjustment … Read more