Social law

Law firm discusses effects of COVID-19 on personal injury claims

Henderson Personal Injury Law Firm HENDERSON, Nevada (PRWEB) November 09, 2021 In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to improve infection control measures, Nevada passed SB4, which addressed public health issues to protect workers and businesses. The pandemic and the regulation of SB4 have created several changes and …

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Experts fear Hong Kong’s new Doxxing law will punish opposition

HONG KONG – Experts say a controversial Hong Kong anti-online doxxing law that took effect in October will be used to punish opposition figures for revealing personal information about police and authorities, as well as to portray invasion of people’s privacy. The law criminalizes online behavior that involves the unauthorized …

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Supreme Court Hears Texas Abortion Law Challenge (Video)

Home ” Videos ” Supreme Court Hears Texas Abortion Law Challenge (Video) Posted By: XYZ Social News November 1, 2021 The United States Supreme Court heard arguments over Texas’ restrictive abortion law on Monday. CBS News Washington’s Natalie Brand, then CBS News legal associate Rebecca Roiphe, joined “Red and Blue” …

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NOTICE: What the Texas Abortion Law Means to Us

The institution of rights supporting access to abortion set out in Roe v. Wade in 1973 changed the lives of millions of women in the United States. Now, the future of the historic ruling looks bleak, with its fate (weakly, I might add) in the balance. On Saturday October 2, …

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Supreme Court to Hear Texas Abortion Law Arguments (Video)

Home ” Videos ” Supreme Court to Hear Texas Abortion Law Arguments (Video) Posted By: XYZ Social News October 26, 2021 The United States Supreme Court will consider procedural challenges to Texas’ controversial abortion law on November 1. The Conservative majority has decided to allow the law, banning most abortions …

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North Mexican gang shooting kills four

A car chase and shootout between gang members and law enforcement near Mexico’s northern border killed three members of the powerful Gulf cartel as well as a passerby, officials said on Saturday. The incident began on Friday evening in the border town of Matamoros, when military and police attempted to …

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Reuters national news summary

Below is a summary of current national newsletters in the United States. The White House is not repeating any policy changes in Taiwan; experts see Biden’s blunder The White House reiterated on Friday that Joe Biden was not signaling a change in US policy toward Taiwan when he said the …

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Attorney General says billboards violate law – NBC Connecticut

There are many signs directing consumers to Massachusetts where they can legally purchase cannabis. Attorney General William Tong wants them to come down. Billboards advertising cannabis dispensaries have become a familiar sight along Connecticut highways since Massachusetts legalized recreational cannabis in 2016. As Connecticut prepares to open its first hobby …

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Eight smaller law firms that overtake the biggest rivals in Europe

Aequo Ukraine Sustainable developmentThe company released its first sustainability report in May, anticipating any regulatory requirements to do so in Ukraine. It includes a recording of how the company operates its own business and contributes to the community through volunteer work, and how it advises its clients on integrating environmental, …

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Money, law and other noble lies | Michael C. Dorf | Verdict

Last week, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell blinked, allowing Congressional Democrats to vote to raise the debt ceiling enough to delay the looming global financial crisis until early December, when the US government will simultaneously run out of cash for ongoing operations and borrowing power. to pay past commitments. If …

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Rajasthan government overturns law after outcry over child marriage clause

The law, which was overturned after meeting strong opposition, made the registration of all marriages, including those of minors, compulsory. Rajasthan’s Compulsory Marriage Registration (Amendment) Bill of 2021 contains a provision requiring child marriages to be registered within 30 days. The government of Rajasthan overturned Rajasthan’s Compulsory Marriage Registration Amendment …

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Australia considers measures to hold social media giants liable for defamatory posts

The Australian government is considering a series of measures that would make social media companies more responsible for defamatory content posted on their platforms, Communications Minister Paul Fletcher said on Sunday. “We expect a stronger position from the platforms,” ​​Fletcher said in an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corp. “For …

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California’s New Law Limits Some Secret Workplace Agreements

SACRAMENTO, California. A new California law prohibits secret regulations in most cases of harassment and discrimination, expanding a signature reform of the #MeToo movement that ensures workers can publicly call their bosses for bad behavior without fear of losing their wages or losing their pay. other advantages. Companies don’t like …

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Mercer Law to host the 2021 Law Review Symposium

MACON – Mercer University School of Law to host 2021 Mercer Law Review Symposium, titled “Social Media Platforms and Freedom of Expression”, Friday 8 October. The symposium, which is free and open to the public as a webinar, will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Online registration is …

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Mandatory Vaccination and Safety Protocols for Federal Contractors | Robinson + Cole Blog on Manufacturing Law

Last month, President Biden issued an executive order that effectively imposes several COVID-19 safety standards and protocols, including mandatory vaccinations, on certain federal contractors and subcontractors. Specifically, the executive order directs federal agencies to incorporate a clause into all covered federal contracts that will require federal contractors or sub-contractors to …

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US troops travel to Taiwan for training – sources

A small number of U.S. special operations forces have temporarily traveled to Taiwan to train Taiwanese forces there, two sources familiar with the matter said Thursday, speaking on condition of anonymity. The Pentagon, which historically has not disclosed details of US training or advising Taiwanese forces, has not specifically commented …

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Doing Business in Argentina | Global Law Group

[co-authors: Carlos Alfaro, Liliana Arauz, Javier Medin, Agustín Negre, Ignacio Celorrio, Pedro Mazer, Sebastian Rodrigo]* 1. What is the current business climate in your jurisdiction, including the main political, economic and / or legal activities on the horizon in your country that could have a significant impact on business? Argentina …

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Is the law a tool of social justice? – Press room

October 7, 2021 “Superlawyer” Nancy Erika Smith ’77 Joins University Roundtable October 14 Posted in: Alumni, Communication and media, Humanities and social sciences, University Nancy Erika Smith addressed graduates of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at a graduation ceremony in June. Civil rights lawyer Nancy Erika Smith ’77, …

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Azerbaijan to develop draft law on social entrepreneurship

(MENAFN-AzerNews) By trend A draft law on social entrepreneurship will be drafted in Azerbaijan, Trend reports citing the National Employment Agency under the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Azerbaijani People. It is reported that the National Employment Agency held a meeting in which it was noted that …

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‘Not above the law’: warning to Australian Department of Social Services over threat to ignore court | Centrelink

The Department of Social Services was warned it was “not above the law” after a court heard government officials threatened to ignore an order restoring jobseeker’s payments. a man. In a published judgmentMichelle Evans-Bonner, a senior member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, criticized the department, which is responsible for Services …

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SVU actress cried after cruel fan messages

Law and Order: SVU fans made actress Isabel Gillies cry this week as she explained in a thoughtful essay published on his Substack page. Gillies has played Elliott Stabler’s (Chris Meloni) wife Kathy Stabler for years, but she’s not used to the intense reactions from fans on social media. His …

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