Monthly Archives: December 2021

Penguin Launches Decentralized Data Network for Web3.0

[ad_1] / EIN News / – NEW YORK, Dec.31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Recently, Team Penguin announced the launch of its decentralized data network for Web3.0. With the advancement of blockchain technology, new innovative players are entering the market. Some bring the world offline to a global audience, while others …

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US air group seeks to delay deployment of 5G wireless near airports

[ad_1] A Verizon contract team installs 5G telecommunications equipment on a tower in Orem, Utah, U.S. December 3, 2019. Photo taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS / George Frey / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register December 30 (Reuters) – A U.S. trade group representing …

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Public Joint Stock Gazprom: Upon conclusion of a major transaction by an entity controlled by the issuer and of material importance to the issuer (PDF, 157.8 KB)

[ad_1] STATEMENT OF MATERIAL FACTS ON THE CONCLUSION OF A MAJOR TRANSACTION BY THE ENTITY CONTROLLED BY THE ISSUER AND MATERIAL IMPORTANT FOR THE ISSUER 1. General information 1.1. Full legal name (for business entity) or Gazprom public joint stock company name (for the non-profit organization) of the issuer 1.2. …

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OLCC makes major revisions to cannabis rules, adds hemp standards and regulations

[ad_1] PORTLAND, Ore. (KTVZ) – At a special meeting Tuesday, The Oregon Alcohol and Cannabis Commission has approved significant changes to regulate the legal marijuana industry and established standards to regulate hemp products sold in the general Oregon market. “The changes to the recreational marijuana package of rules reflect the …

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50 new Illinois laws come into effect in 2022 – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] It will soon be a new year, which means new laws are expected to come into force, with nearly 300 new measures as of January 1. Here are 50 of the most notable laws that will come into effect in the New Year. Child protection: SB 00512: The “Preventing …

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Pittsburgh ‘mimics’ a functioning land bank, but needs help to be effective

[ad_1] The Pittsburgh Land Bank made progress this year – adding full-time staff, having access to administrative support as an affiliate of the Urban Redevelopment Authority – but officials say it only prepared the ground. “The real problem we are trying to solve is the scourge,” said Diamonte Walker, head …

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Uyghur Law on Forced Labor Prevention and Solar Supply Chain

[ad_1] Monday, December 27, 2021 On December 23, 2021, President Biden enacted Law HR 6256, known as the Uyghur Law on the Prevention of Forced Labor. The law seeks to stem the importation of goods manufactured by forced labor from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of …

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Nordis Group appoints Florina Homeghiu as Head of Legal

[ad_1] Nordis Group, a developer specializing in high-end hotel and residential developments, is expanding its team of legal professionals by appointing Florina Homeghiu as head of the legal department. In her new role, Florina will coordinate the legal activities of Nordis Management. At the same time, Camelia Bindiu assumes the …

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Minorities support increasing age of marriage for women, signaling concerns over human rights

[ad_1] EVEN IF the government has sent the Child Marriage Prohibition (Amendment) Bill 2021, which seeks to raise the legal age of marriage for women from 18 to 21, to a standing parliamentary committee for consideration, representatives of minority communities raised concerns about how the change will affect personal laws …

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Russia vs Big Tech: Heaviest fines yet, more to follow

[ad_1] A Moscow justice of the peace fined Google (Alphabet) $ 98.4 million (7.2 billion rubles), Meta fined $ 27 million (2 billion rubles) and Twitter fined lesser fine of $ 41,000 (3 million rubles) for failure. comply with local laws and remove prohibited content – all in just over …

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British Columbia pushes for black market cannabis to be legalized, faces criticism from cottage growers

[ad_1] Breadcrumb Links News Local news Local company Cannabis trade Cannabis Business Monthly retail sales have grown significantly each year, from $ 1.2 million in December 2018 to around $ 18 million in December 2019 and to $ 48 million in December 2020. Author of the article: The Canadian Press …

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Sculptor of dismantled Tiananmen statue says damage symbolic of Hong Kong struggle

[ad_1] HONG KONG, Dec.24 (Reuters) – The sculptor of a statue commemorating the victims of China’s 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown on Friday said his withdrawal from a Hong Kong university was “brutal” but that all damage would be symbolic of recent changes in the city under Chinese rule. The eight-meter …

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Controversial tax lien sale took place, despite vocal opposition

[ad_1] New York City’s controversial tax lien sale took place on December 17, 2021, after months of resistance and rallies from local groups and officials. More than 57 elected officials, headed by the State Attorney General, called New York Mayor Bill de Blasio block the sale due to the lingering …

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New Lake County program will help businesses go green

[ad_1] Lake County is set to launch a new program seen as an innovative way for businesses to fund a variety of energy efficiency and related projects. The Lake County Board recently created the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program, or C-PACE, to finance the acquisition, construction, installation or modification …

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Debt surprises plague developing country economies

[ad_1] Text size The Heroes National Stadium, funded by a loan acquired from China, is located in Lusaka, Zambia. Most of Zambia’s digital infrastructure projects, like the most visible airport terminals and highways, are built and funded by China, putting the country at what the International Monetary Fund calls a …

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PUBLIC NOTICES | Clarke County Democrat

[ad_1] Click here to listen to this article! LEGAL NOTICE Case No: PC 2021-127 NOTICE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR TO THE ESTATE OF NETTIE L. BRADLEY Administration letters on thesuccession of the said deceased havingwas granted to the followingappointed Director on 3December 2021, by the Honorable Valerie Bradford Davis,Clarke Estates Court …

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Renewable PPAs in Andhra, Punjab: Power cos write in the center

[ad_1] Renewable power producers have raised the issue of states like Andhra Pradesh and the Punjab renouncing power purchase agreements (PPAs) and called on the governor of Punjab to veto a draft. law that would allow the renegotiation of existing PPAs in the State. The government of Andhra Pradesh is …

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The idea of ​​Wisconsin, end-of-year party version

[ad_1] Impress your family and friends with these fascinating facts. Illustration by Danielle Lambertson Philipp Keeping small talk at parties and other social gatherings can be a challenge, especially if the pandemic is lacking in your practice. We could talk about the weather, but why not break the ice with …

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Realtimecampaign.com Programs to Help Taxpayers in Need of Tax Relief Services

[ad_1] Countless men and women have seen their financial situation drastically change as a result of the global pandemic and the deadlocks that have accompanied it. The Internal Revenue Service recognized that many people were struggling to settle their tax debts and chose to make changes to help taxpayers get …

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Letters: Louisiana still has a long way to go to build a better legal system for businesses and consumers | Letters

[ad_1] The American Tort Reform Foundation recently released its annual “Judicial Hellholes” report, ranking Louisiana’s legal climate as the sixth worst in the United States. problems. Despite passing a significant package of pre-COVID-19 legislative reforms, Louisiana has fallen only one spot from last year in the rankings. While this is …

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Israel prepares for the arrival of the great winter storm “Carmel”

[ad_1] Israel demolishes structures erected at illegal Homesh outpost after terror attack Israeli forces raze structures installed at the illegal Homesh outpost following a deadly terrorist attack nearby, according to Israeli officials. Homesh Settlement was officially abandoned in 2005 as part of the so-called disengagement plan of then Prime Minister …

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It’s been a house for decades, but only legal for a few months

[ad_1] As a designer specializing in residential structures, Luis Martinez experienced this at home and has now made it his career. His design company, Studioo15, has grown over the past two years as Los Angeles residents used new state laws to add thousands of garden units. Yet about half of …

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Blackfoot Mayor and Police Department call for Sheriff Rowland’s immediate resignation

[ad_1] BLACKFOOT, Idaho (KIFI) – Blackfoot Mayor Marc Carroll and the Blackfoot Police Department are calling for the immediate resignation of Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland. “In order to protect the integrity of our law enforcement agencies, the Town of Blackfoot and the Blackfoot Police Department are calling for the …

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🌱 Grant Benefits BK LVL UP + Man Beat By Teens video released

[ad_1] Hey, neighbors! Dashiell Allen here with a brand new issue of Ditmas Park-Flatbush Daily. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Cooler with periods of rain. High: 45 Low: 39. Here are the best stories today at Ditmas Park-Flatbush: CitizensNYC organization launches total of $ 1 million …

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Top 2021 State and local tax history? SALT ceiling workarounds

[ad_1] Even state and local taxpayers get a little melancholy over the holidays, remembering the past year and lamenting the opportunities for tax harmony, compliance, and deductibility that have slipped away. Grant Thornton provided some insight into that sentiment this week with his annual report “Top 10 SEL Stories,”Like Eversheds …

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Ruben Gallego calls Jim Jordan “traitor” for Mark Meadows text

[ad_1] Representative Ruben Gallego on Wednesday called Representative Jim Jordan a “traitor”. Gallego’s comments come after Jordan confirmed he texted Mark Meadows on January 5. The text transmitted indicated, in part, that VP Pence “should call all electoral votes he considers unconstitutional because no electoral vote at all”. Loading Something …

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Police and health workers battling jab’s warrant win legal victory in Court of Appeal

[ad_1] A group of Queensland police and health officials battling their employers’ Covid-19 vaccine warrants have won yet another legal victory in the Court of Appeals. Both groups will still have to go to a three-day Supreme Court trial in February next year, with the appeal only on a technical …

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Florida publishes emergency rule and FAQ on its vaccine mandate law | Small

[ad_1] Following the passage of Florida Statute 381.00317 on November 17, 2021, employers with employees in Florida were left with new rules for COVID-19 vaccination policies, in many cases contrary to the reported direction of the rules. and federal government directions. In addition, this new Florida law includes vague language, …

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Purplebricks reveals legal filing issues could cost up to £ 9million

[ad_1] Struggling estate agent Purplebricks has delayed his financial results and has revealed he could be forced to compensate tenants between £ 2million and £ 9million in a legal battle. The company said an internal review revealed a “process issue” in the way it recorded deposits for its 6,000 tenants. …

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Emotional Distress Claims Limited by U.S. Torts Law

[ad_1] The South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club provided recreation for Pittsburgh’s societal elite back in the days when Pittsburgh was the steel capital of the world. In the 1880s, at the height of the First Golden Age, the club purchased a dam and reservoir on the South Fork of …

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Exodus of Altadena Library Staff Concerns Community

[ad_1] Altadena Library District is experiencing an unexplained exodus of staff that worries the community (Photo – Ari G Arambula) More than 13 employees abruptly resigned from the Altadena Library District (“Altadena Library”). By Ari Gutierrez Arambula As of 2020, these resignations represent approximately 50% of the total staff of …

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Bombay HC to decide validity of government circular on guidelines for issuing letters of credit

[ad_1] The Bombay High Court will rule on the validity of at least eight Circulars / Memoranda of Office (OM) issued by the central government regarding guidelines for the issuance of Look Out Circulars (LOC) to Indian citizens and strangers. A division bench of Justices Gautam Patel and Madhav Jamdar …

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On opioids, why are lawyers doing the job of lawmakers?

[ad_1] At this point in the litigation, it is unclear whether national courts will ultimately agree to broaden the definition of public nuisance to include opioid addiction, or whether they will refuse, allowing companies to opt out. There is a good chance that the matter will be decided by the …

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Twitter has banned posting images of people without consent

[ad_1] Twitter will no longer allow “sharing of images or videos of individuals without their consent” Twitter recently announcement that it will no longer allow “the sharing of private media, such as images or videos of individuals without their consent”. The movement takes effect through an extension social media platform …

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Coyotes not threatening to leave Arizona, says NHL commissioner Gary Bettman

[ad_1] Although he has yet to announce where they will play next season, and after some embarrassing lapses in payments to the City of Glendale and the State of Arizona, Bettman said “there is is no problem ”with the Arizona Coyotes and that the team is not a threat. to …

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How the right entrepreneurial strategy can support business growth

[ad_1] Entrepreneurs are a vital part of the workforce in the energy industry; their skills and flexibility are highly relied upon to deliver projects on time and on budget. However, recent data from the ONS and a new survey from Brookson Legal reveals that a skills shortage in all industries …

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Russian Senate, Government Ministries and Central Bank to Create Crypto “Task Force”

[ad_1] Source: Adobe / 3dmitry The upper house of the Russian parliament, the Federation Council (the equivalent of the US Senate), is stepping up its crypto regulatory efforts – and is keen to get involved in creating new laws relating to the industry. As reported, last month council members hinted …

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Finnish commission calls for investigation into ‘practically broken’ monopoly system | Legal

[ad_1] Finland’s administrative committee responded to proposed amendments to the country’s lottery law, arguing that an investigation was needed to determine whether the monopoly of state-owned operator Veikkaus should end. The Administrative Committee commented on Veikkaus’ presence in Finland, stating that its monopoly is “practically broken” and that other methods …

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A police officer testifies to having seen a person “tall and thin” flee from the crime scene of a quadruple homicide of the PS

[ad_1] WEEK 2, TUESDAY: Tuesday was another long day in court for the jury and defendant Jose Larin-Garcia, the man who prosecutors say killed four victims on February 3, 2019. The prosecution called two police officers to the stand. One of them says that on the night of the murders, …

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In brief: the liquidation and reorganization processes in Taiwan

[ad_1] Types of liquidation and reorganization processes Voluntary liquidations What are the conditions for a debtor to initiate voluntary liquidation proceedings and what are their effects? A request for bankruptcy can be filed by the insolvent debtor as a request for voluntary bankruptcy. Bankruptcy proceedings can be initiated against a …

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Exclusive: SEC questions Tesla over whistleblower claims of solar panel faults

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO / WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (Reuters) – The US securities regulator has launched an investigation into Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) following a whistleblower complaint that the company failed to properly inform its shareholders and the public of fire risks associated with solar panel system failures over several years, according …

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Why more and more companies are adopting a 4-day work week

[ad_1] EEditor’s Note: SHRM has partnered with The New York Times to bring you relevant articles on key HR topics and strategies. In May 2020, as the pandemic raised stress levels, an online children’s clothing retailer called Primary began an experiment that he hoped would keep his staff from running …

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A more user-friendly legal framework is needed for the development of offshore wind | Business

[ad_1] Wind turbines at the Bac Lieu wind power plant in Vinh Trach Dong commune of Bac Lieu city, Bac Lieu province in the Mekong Delta (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnam is believed to have great development potential wind power at sea, but a more user-friendly legal framework is …

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Ringgold cheerleader coach accused of pedophilia

[ad_1] Photo provided by the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office / James Everett Sisson A Ringgold, Ga. Cheerleader trainer who was arrested and charged with child sexual abuse last week has been released on bail, Catoosa County Sheriff Gary Sisk said. James ‘Jimmy’ Sisson, 49, was arrested Monday and charged with …

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Executives speak for owners as predatory investors loom – Our Time Press

[ad_1] Brooklyn Gentrification – 2021 Great lien on black, brown and other owners in distress set for December 17th … Ironic seems to be the only word for the next tax lien auction which is due to take place a week before Christmas. Corn heartless does the trick, and criminal, …

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What Legal Analysts Say About Charges Against Parents In Michigan School Shooting – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather

[ad_1] (CNN) – The suspect’s parents in a oxford high school shoot in Michigan, which has killed four college students this week, faces manslaughter charges in those deaths. Legal experts were quick to point out that such accusations are far from the norm – it is James and Jennifer Crumbley’s …

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New digital platform tax initiative for food and cargo shipments in CDMX violates international agreements, say internet and transport associations

[ad_1] On Monday, the government of Mexico is seeking, through the Secretariat of Administration and Finance, to levy a 2% tax on merchandise sales and food delivery applications. Thus, platforms like Uber Eats, DiDi Food, Rappi, Jüsto, Jokr, Amazon and others would be impacted. However, the Internet and transport associations …

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Gazprom takes majority stake in Russia’s largest social media site

[ad_1] Russia’s largest social media network, VKontakte, came under state control after a series of deals gave controlling stakes to companies linked to the state-owned gas monopoly Gazprom. Boris Dobrodeev, managing director of VKontakte’s parent company, VK, announced on Friday that he was stepping down, a day after Russian billionaire …

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Can Johnson & Johnson put the shade of scandal behind this?

[ad_1] December 4, 2021 THENGO BEFORE the invention of stakeholder capitalism, a fundamental tenet — that the interests of customers, employees and society should be as high as or greater than those of shareholders — was set in stone at Johnson & Johnson’s corporate headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey. …

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Critics slam SF school board members’ competing budget plan to fill massive deficit

[ad_1] San Francisco principals have just two weeks to approve a comprehensive plan to close a $ 125 million budget deficit next year and $ 146 million the year after – or are facing to increased state oversight and a step towards a possible takeover. But over time, two school …

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Property taxes due December 31 – The Atmore Advance

[ad_1] Escambia County Tax Collector Tim Pettis said his office has received more than $ 18 million in property taxes since October 1. Pettis said in an email that he received a summary from tax assessor Thad Moore that totaled $ 18,097,460.69. Pettis said property tax notices will become overdue …

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Costco is not a joint employer of a woman hired by employment agencies

[ad_1] A woman who was hired by recruiting agencies to work at specialty events at Costco premises was not a Costco employee, a federal appeals court has ruled. The trial court therefore correctly dismissed its claims against Costco under California’s wages and hours laws, the appeals court said. The applicant …

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Options for dividing up a family business over divorce in Denver

[ad_1] If the spouses separate on relatively good terms, it is still possible to continue running the business as a team, even after the marriage has ended. Divorces in Denver are always a little complicated, but things can get even more complex when trying to share a family business with …

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Tax Sale Notice and Schedule A | Legal Notice

[ad_1] NOTICE OF TAX SALE Resident and non-resident owners, lien holders and mortgagees of land in the Town of Mendon and County of Rutland are advised that the tax assessed by said town for the fiscal year 2020- 2021 remains, either in whole or in part, unpaid on the lands …

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