Attorneys argue over Pritzker’s COVID-19 restrictions on highschool sports activities | Illinois

Attorneys argue over Pritzker’s COVID-19 restrictions on high school sports | Illinois

(The Center Square) – A Sangamon County judge has come under advice in a legal challenge to Governor JB Pritzker’s COVID-19 orders that affect college sports. Lawyer Laura Grochocki represents the mother of Trevor Till, an 18-year-old who committed suicide in October. She filed a lawsuit against the governor over his COVID-19 bans, which prevented … Read more

Court docket to think about if virus jail restrictions are impeding confidential legal professional visits

Court to consider if virus jail restrictions are impeding confidential attorney visits

DUBLIN – Alameda County attorneys have 15 days to respond to allegations by a local attorney that COVID-19 restrictions at Santa Rita Prison are affecting attorneys’ ability to hold private meetings with their clients. According to a legal petition filed earlier this week by attorney Daniel Shriro, there are two issues: For the first 14 … Read more

Justices revive non secular teams’ makes an attempt to dam COVID-related restrictions in Colorado, New Jersey

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

Posted December 15th 2020 3:21 pm by Amy Howe The Supreme Court on Tuesday threw out two lower court rulings that allowed states to enforce COVID-related restrictions on church services. The two brief orders from the judges direct the lower courts to re-examine the religious groups’ challenges to restrictions in Colorado and New Jersey – … Read more

My New “Regulatory Assessment” Article on How Immigration Restrictions Hurt US Residents –

The “I’m for Legal Immigration” Dodge –

Regulatory Review, a publication affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania’s regulatory program, just released my new article on How Immigration Restrictions Harm US Citizens as well as Potential Immigrants. Here is an excerpt: Immigration policies are often designed by comparing the interests of potential immigrants with those of American-born Americans. Indeed, it is true that … Read more

Restaurant Homeowners Sue Iowa Over COVID-19 Restrictions

Person sitting at a restaurant table

The owner of Mudders Tavern in Iowa is suing Governor Reynolds and the Iowa Department of Public Health over COVID-19 corporate restrictions in the state. The coronavirus pandemic is raging stronger than ever in much of the country, triggering a new wave of bans and restrictions on citizens and business owners from California to Maine. … Read more

Worldwide flights return to Melbourne; Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani has coronavirus; NSW quarantine bungle might threaten WA’s border reopening; UK gears up for enormous vaccination plan; Freedom day in NSW and Victoria with restrictions eased

From Freya NobleDecember 06, 2020 11:56 PM Queensland is “reiterating” its offer to host the 2032 Olympic Games in Brisbane, the Prime Minister has announced. Annastacia Palaszczuk said she had a “positive discussion” today with the President of the Australian Olympic Committee, John Coates. “It is time for everyone to reaffirm their commitment to these … Read more

Justices inform decrease courtroom to take one other have a look at California COVID-19 restrictions on indoor worship

Justices tell lower court to take another look at California COVID-19 restrictions on indoor worship

Posted Thu on Dec 3rd 2020 12:53 pm by Amy Howe Last week, the Supreme Court of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and two Orthodox Jewish synagogues filed motions to lift restrictions on attending coronavirus-related services in New York. The broader ramifications of that ruling became even more apparent Thursday morning when judges ordered … Read more

Extra Than 100 St. Louis County Eating places File Go well with Over New COVID-19 Restrictions

The Old Courthouse in St. Louis County

St. Louis restaurants are pushing against the new COVID-19 restrictions, which they believe are unfair and unnecessary. Once this becomes clear, COVID-19 is not going to go away anytime soon. Many areas of the country where the virus appeared to be under control a few weeks ago are now debating new lockdowns and restrictions. In … Read more