Monthly Archives: August 2021

Governor Pritzker signs over 40 bills | Illinois

Daily Journal Staff Report Editor’s Note: This is part of the Daily Journal’s ongoing series after the 102nd General Assembly. This year’s session resulted in more than 660 bills being sent to Governor JB Pritzker for signature or veto, either directly or through inaction. Makes changes to the property tax …

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UK Mortgages Ltd – Participation (s) in the company

TR-1: Sstandard form for notification of significant holdingsNOTIFICATION OF MAIN PARTICIPATIONS (to be sent to the relevant issuer and to FCA in Microsoft Word format if possible)I1a. Identity of the issuer or of the underlying issuer of the existing shares to which voting rights are attachedii:UK Mortgages Ltd1b. Please indicate …

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New tax proposals target generational wealth

The federal government wants to slow or eliminate generational wealth through a series of proposed new taxes and reduced exemptions. This was the message Michael Fraleigh, an East Lansing-based lawyer specializing in business and succession planning, had for a group attending an educational session on August 18 at AgroExpo in …

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Turkey opens social media direction

As efforts to develop a legal framework for social media gain momentum, Turkey plans to open a social media directorate under the Supreme Council of Radio and Television (RTÜK). Management is expected to inspect social media, according to public broadcaster TRT, while the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) examines …

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How to build accountability into your AI

When it comes to managing artificial intelligence, there is no shortage of principles and concepts to support fair and responsible use. But organizations and their leaders often lose their heads when faced with difficult questions about how to responsibly manage and deploy AI systems today. That’s why, at the US …

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Time’s Up frontman quits after criticism of Cuomo links

NEW YORK (AP) – Time’s Up executive Roberta Kaplan resigned on Monday due to fallout from her work advising Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration when the first allegations of sexual harassment were leveled against him on Monday. last year. Kaplan cited her advisory work to the administration last winter and her …

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What is the global standard for business ownership …

On the other hand, centralized registers of beneficial owners help ensure that information on beneficial owners is accurate and that the authorities can access it in a timely manner.[MM1] The FATF’s own assessments show that countries with beneficial ownership registries are more effective in implementing the standard. The current standard …

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All Legal Threats After Social Gloves Boxing Event

Austin McBroom’s influence boxing event took place on June 12. Some fighters and investors say they haven’t been paid. Here is a summary of all the lawsuits so far. Loading Something is loading. YouTuber Austin McBroom faces legal pressure from several angles a month and a half after his influential …

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Top 5 Weekdays: Weedsport Adult Care Facility Cannot Operate, Cayuga County Farm Fined, COVID-19 | Local News | Auburn, New York State | Auburnpub.com

An adult care facility in Weedsport must relocate its residents after the state’s health department suspended its operating certificate last week. According to Jill Montag, director of communications for the department, an emergency order from the commissioner was executed on July 30 for Evergreen Heights, a 60-bed adult care facility. …

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2 Russian news sites, legal aid group, close under pressure

MOSCOW (AP) – Two Russian news outlets and a legal aid group backed by a prominent Kremlin critic shut down on Thursday after authorities blocked their websites, the government’s latest measures targeting independent media, supporters of opposition and human rights activists ahead of the Russian parliamentary elections in September. News …

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Car manufacturers, NGOs are allowed to run driver training centers, issue driving licenses

Various entities including private vehicle manufacturers, automobile associations, non-profit organizations or legal private companies have been allowed to operate licensed driver training centers and also issue driver’s licenses to people who complete the course. prescribed training. A notification in this regard has been issued by the Ministry of Road Transport …

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Just before Parson vetoed the emissions bill, the staff member’s wife was hired by a testing company • Missouri Independent

Three weeks before the Missouri Governor Mike Parson vetoed the legislation who allegedly undermined a federally mandated vehicle emissions testing program, the wife of his policy director registered as a lobbyist for the only contractor in the state providing these tests. Last month Parson vetoed House Bill 661. The bill …

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Weymouth billboard enemies slam Front Street alley proposal

Bristol Bros. Desire Development of building a gravel driveway between two houses on Front Street and connecting the lane to a company property at 0 Finnell Drive worries some residents about increased truck traffic in their neighborhood. Front Street resident David Mirabelli said the proposed “Charlotte Street Alley” would be …

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