Category Archives: Legal Individual

Insider’s Guide for the Newport Beach City Council Meeting September 28

Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach By Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach Our next City Council meeting will be on Tuesday September 28th. Points that might interest you are highlighted below. The full agenda and all reports can be viewed here: https://newportbeachca.gov/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/64218/72. Study session at 4 p.m. Agenda items include: The Council […]

Entrepreneur who earns passive income explains how she got started

Erika Kullberg quit her six-figure job a few years ago and is now making thousands of dollars in passive income. She’s built a YouTube channel, a legal business, and an online course that generate well over six figures. She says passive income has changed her life, allowing her to live and work as she wishes. […]

Legal Issues: False Labeling of Plant-Based Meat Products | Greenberg Glusker LLP

Impossible, Beyond, All Legendary. These are just a few of the names that adorn plant-based meat substitutes these days. With nicknames like this, consumers might be right to expect that the health benefits of switching to a pet-free lifestyle are well worth the price of admission. And maybe they are. What consumers might not expect, […]

South Carolina Confederate Monument Protection Act Confirmed | South Carolina News

By JEFFREY COLLINS, Associated Press COLUMBIA, SC (AP) – The South Carolina Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that state law prohibiting anyone from moving a Confederate monument or changing the historic name of a street or building without l he authorization of the Legislative Assembly is legal. But in the same decision, the judges overturned […]

Apple and Google raise new concerns by removing Russian app

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) – Big tech companies that operate around the world have long promised to obey local laws and protect civil rights while doing business. But when Apple and Google capitulated to Russian demands and removed a political opposition app from their local app stores, it raised fears that two of the world’s most […]

NC Politics in the News – September 2021 # 3 | McGuireWoods Council

Agriculture ASSOCIATED PRESS: Judge blocks provision of NC law targeting agricultural workers’ unionU.S. District Judge Loretta Biggs this week issued a permanent injunction declaring unconstitutional a provision preventing legal agreements between workers and farms from including mandates for a farm to enter into a collective agreement. The negotiation agreements between FLOC and the North Carolina […]

Sunmount at the center of due process controversy | New

TUPPER LAKE – The controversial actions of the State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, reported in the Albany Times Union last week, led the OPWDD to restore due process rights to a few selected parents of ‘children with intellectual disabilities. Last week, The Times Union exposed a loophole in state law that allowed the […]

State attorneys general threaten to sue Biden for vaccination warrant

Following President Biden’s speech to the nation on September 9 when he put in place emergency vaccination warrants requiring all private employees of companies over 100 people to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or tested weekly, states have pledged to protest the temporary emergency standard. (ETS). On September 16, 24 mainly Republican attorneys general wrote a […]

Sunmount at the center of the OPWDD controversy | News, Sports, Jobs

Sunmount (Business photo – Aaron Cerbone) TUPPER LAKE – Controversial actions by the State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, reported in the Albany Times Union last week, led the OPWDD to restore due process rights to a few selected parents of children with an intellectual disability. Last week, The Times Union exposed a loophole […]

Covid 19 Delta outbreak: prisoner went to court, then tested positive at Mt Eden prison

There were 24 new cases of COVID-19 in the community on September 19. A prisoner who arrived at an Auckland prison appeared in court on Friday when no technology was available to allow him to appear remotely, and he later tested positive for Covid-19. More than a dozen people are considered contacts and the Manukau […]