Monthly Archives: November 2021

Law enforcement and community unite to bring Greene Fischer County to rest

Mark Atherton, Fischer’s pastor, said members of his congregation didn’t even know Fischer was a public servant. “He didn’t have to prove to anyone that he was the sheriff. He was just Gene. To exploreMPs and community members pay tribute to the late Sheriff Gene Fischer Fayette County Sheriff Vernon …

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Open edX & Learning Platforms | November – December 2021: 2U, Coursera, Udemy, Instructure Canvas LMS, ETS, Class Central …

[ Newsletter format  |  Click here to subscribe ] NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2021 – NEWSLETTER # 41 | Latest news at IBL News | Noticias in Spanish 2U + edX • 2U eliminates annual fees for current edX consortium members • edX launched a first micro-licensing program with IBM in a cloud application Open …

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World News Roundup: Bus carrying North Macedonian tourists crashes in flames in Bulgaria, killing 45 people; Global license agreement to provide free COVID antibody testing technology to poorest countries – WHO and more

Here is a summary of the news in the world. Bus carrying North Macedonian tourists crashes into flames in Bulgaria, killing 45 A bus carrying North Macedonian tourists crashed in flames on a highway in western Bulgaria before dawn on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people, including 12 children, officials …

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Practical Considerations for Reviewing Entertainment Agreements in M&A Transactions – Corporate / Commercial Law

As content distribution methods evolve rapidly, major players in the entertainment industry are turning to mergers and acquisitions (M&A) as a way to strengthen their position and maintain their market share. Industry insiders predict a continued increase in M&A activity in the entertainment sector. Given the likelihood that entertainment companies …

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Facebook posts in Arbery trial reflect fear of neighbors online

Months before Ahmaud Arbery was killed, gunman Travis McMichael wrote a simple and frightening response to a Facebook post about an alleged car burglary in his Georgia neighborhood: “Arm yourself.” The article he commented on was sandwiched between discussions of lost dogs and the disruption of water service, as in …

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Democrats’ sweeping social and climate bill passes divided House – Wisconsin Law Journal – WI Legal News & Resources

By ALAN FRAMAssociated press WASHINGTON (AP) – Democrats dismissed months-long divisions and pushed their sweeping social and environmental bill through a heavily divided House on Friday, as President Joe Biden and his party moved closer to capitalization of their control of the government by channeling its resources towards their main …

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Private Texas Abortion Law Enforcement Rocks California Liberal Playbook | Editorial

Paul Kronenberg In the wake of the United States Arguments of the Supreme Court of private law enforcement in Texas, we can consider it the latest example of the cultural and economic clashes that have torn America apart. Liberals and conservatives have long concluded that the pursuit of ideological agendas …

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The weekend shooting claimed the life of the Roanoke Councilman’s brother-in-law | Crime News

The assailant fired, Williams said. In the previous altercation, the assailant, a white man, called Williams, a black man, “n —–,” Tina Jeffrey said. “When he asked her ‘Is everything okay now?’ they said he said ‘no, n —– that’s not cool’ and that’s when he started pulling the trigger, …

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KICA and IHCF Co-Host Social Governance Webinars

AEnvironmental, social and governance (ESG) investments and projects are gaining momentum around the world, with the two largest associations of in-house legal advisers in Korea – the Korean In-house Counsel Association (KICA) and the In -house Counsel Forum (IHCF) – have joined forces to host four webinars in September, which …

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