Monthly Archives: January 2022

Cardinal Health to pay $13 million to solve U.S. kickback case

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As New York City Revisits Drink-to-Go, Liquor Stores Brace for Battle

He’s also been a reliable donor to elected officials, though he’s far from one of the wealthiest interests on Capitol Hill. The Political Action Committee, or PAC, controlled by the Metropolitan Package Store Association, has given more than $140,000 to elected officials since last year, mostly Democratic lawmakers, who control …

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Charlie Sheen’s Income Tax Woes

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 13: Charlie Sheen attends a charity softball game to benefit … [+] “California Strong” at Pepperdine University on January 13, 2019 in Malibu, California. (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for California Strong) Getty Images for California Strong When it comes to celebrity gossip, Charley Sheen, who …

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IbutaLean Review – Is This Brutal Force Ibutamoren MK-677 Legal Supplement Safe? – Business

There are hundreds of products on the market that claim they can naturally provide people with bigger, leaner and more ripped muscles. An example is the dietary supplement Ibutalean, which contains the right natural ingredients to promote faster growth during training sessions and improve performance during endurance exercises such as …

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Property tax dispute pops up in Camden Township numbers, auditor says – Morning Journal

A property value dispute at Green Circle Growers has set a legal precedent and is now affecting Camden Township property taxes, Lorain County Auditor Craig Snodgrass said. At a Jan. 25 press conference, Snodgrass explained county property tax bills and changes in home values ​​due to strong sales from 2018 …

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Do you live in Idaho? Have you received a letter regarding unpaid taxes? Make Sure It’s Not a Scam, Warn Officials

The Idaho State Tax Commission and Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden are warning the public of a taxpayer-targeting scam that aims to intimidate and steal money from residents, according to a Press release. Taxpayers reported receiving threatening letters from the “Tax Processing Center” or “Tax Processing Unit” claiming that the …

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Britain’s Cineworld hit with appeal in Cineplex legal battle

A Cineplex cinema sign dominates Yonge Street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada March 16, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Helgren/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Jan 28 (Reuters) – Cineworld Group (CINE.L) said on Friday that Canadian company Cineplex Inc (CGX.TO) had filed an appeal against its plea challenging …

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Biden pledges to appoint first black woman to Supreme Court by end of February

WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer officially announced his retirement Thursday, giving President Joe Biden his first, and possibly only, opportunity to make a nomination for the lifetime appointment. At the White House, Biden said he would make his decision by the end of February and recommitted to appointing …

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Evisort honored with Emerging Startups of Legal Tech Award from research firm Tracxn

SAN MATEO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Evisort, the leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for contract management, has received the Emerging Startups of Legal Tech award from research firm Tracxn. Tracxn has also named Evisort a “Soonicorn” in recognition of its potential to become a “Unicorn,” or a company with a $1 …

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Takeaways from the RE tax foreclosure decision of 6th Circ.

By Scott Bernstein (January 25, 2022, 6:00 PM EST) – A first impression case before the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit – Lowry v. Southfield Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative[1] — answered two questions. The first is whether article 548 of the Bankruptcy Code,[2] which helps to avoid …

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Germany: Mandatory transparency for all companies with a public affairs department – Germany’s lobbying law deadline approaches

In short Since January 1, 2022, Germany has implemented a mandatory public lobbying register. Its broad scope covers – like the EU Transparency Register – any entity that regularly communicates with the German federal executive or legislature to represent and promote its interests. As a result, any company with a …

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Court approves special grand jury in Trump election probe

A Georgia district attorney’s request to convene a special grand jury was approved Monday as part of the criminal investigation into former President Donald J. Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in the state. Fani T. Willis, an Atlanta prosecutor, asked the grand jury last week after key …

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Supreme Court adds affirmative action to list of potential targets

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in the fall on the constitutionality of Harvard’s affirmative action program. Charles Krupa/AP The Supreme Court agreed Friday to revisit the issue of affirmative action in higher education, deciding to hear a case challenging Harvard and the University of North Carolina’s use of …

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Matthew Fassnacht explains why individuals need asset protection

Individuals need asset protection for many reasons, one of the most common being to protect our family. Matthew Fassnacht, an investment advisor from Atlanta, Georgia, explains that we all have a significant amount of assets that could be breached, which could devastate our family’s stability. When an individual is sued, …

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Wealth Chronicle: Avoiding Tax Scams This Tax Season – Brainerd Dispatch

Taxes are one of the two certainties of life. But we could add a third: tax season schemes that attempt to steal your identity — and possibly your refund. Between January and April, authorities expect a wave of phishing scams by phone and email related to taxation and cases of …

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An animal rights activist was in court on criminal charges. Why was the case suddenly dismissed? | Animal wellbeing

OWhen animal rights activist Matt Johnson last made national headlines, he was in disguise. He appeared on Fox Business in December 2020 sporting a buzz cut and a button down (very different from his usual casual attire) and impersonated the CEO of Smithfield Foods. The pork giant he claimed to …

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Abortion Opponents Gather on Capitol Hill

Governor Greg Abbott, activists, religious leaders and thousands of abortion opponents gathered outside the Capitol on Saturday to celebrate the impact of Texas’ abortion law and to push for further restrictions. more important. Saturday’s Texas Rally for Life comes nearly five months after Texas sparked a national conversation about abortion …

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The NFL’s double standard for black coaches exposed again

Despite the NFL’s best efforts to introduce and legislate more diversity through the Rooney Rule, it’s the same old process and the same old faces. In a league where approximately 70% of the players are black, there is currently one black head coach (Mike Tomlin of Pittsburgh). That’s half the …

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This 13-page Pitch Deck landed Legal-Tech startup PainWorth $1.7 million in seed funding

Present the start-up PainWorth PainWorth, a personal injury claims tool, raised a $1.7 million (CA$2.1) funding round in December 2021. Founded in 2019, the Canadian startup combs through cases and other data to help victims of personal injury calculate the value of their claims. Early-stage venture capital fund 2048 Ventures …

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Export opportunities for Vietnam in 2022

The pandemic has brought about many changes in virtually every aspect of our lives. However, despite our world gradually returning to normal, the disruption has left many Vietnamese exporters confused about which profitable products to export and how to grow their online business in 2022. This article looks at the …

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New gambling bill signals break with the past – Legal experts

The content of the Gambling Law Amendment Bill marks a break with the past and is a game-changer in several respects, legal experts told the Macao News Agency (MNA). The bill was published yesterday (Tuesday), following an announcement by the Executive Council on Friday which was seen as positive by …

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Covid-19: Whānau Ora plans to take government to court over Maori under-12 data

Commissioning agency Whānau Ora said it planned to take further legal action against the Department of Health to get it to release data on Maori children who are now eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine. The rollout of the vaccine for ages 5 to 11 began on Monday after Medsafe approved …

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Heather Dubrow feuds with Noella Bergener in Real Housewives of Orange County mid-season trailer

Their friendship ended almost as soon as it began as Heather Dubrow was at odds with Noella Bergener in the Real Housewives of Orange County mid-season trailer. Heather and Noella attempted to mend their frayed bond the previous week, but to no avail, as she told Bergener, “You’re a liar …

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Commvault Appoints Danielle Sheer as Chief Legal Officer

She will lead the company’s global legal and compliance teams and its governance, business, intellectual property and privacy programs. Commvault, a recognized global leader in intelligent data services across on-premises, cloud, and software-as-a-service (SaaS) environments, today announced Danielle Sheer as Chief Legal and Compliance Officer. She will lead the company’s …

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Vaccination mandates at work – Are they legal?

Covid-19 Many employees – and their bosses – would like to see a vaccination mandate in their workplace. No jab, no job. But it is not that simple. Just before Christmas, Fletcher Building general manager Ross Taylor made an announcement. From February 15, all employees – whether they work on …

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What will change at Bushwick this year? Local elected officials set goals for 2022: Bushwick Daily

A new year means new resolutions, goals and goals for those who represent Bushwick voters. Last week, Bushwick Daily spoke to six local elected officials, as some settled into their new or renewed roles, to ask what their goals were for 2022. Overall, our leaders said housing , health and …

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Vietnam’s ‘mega’ company collapses after six months

Nguyen Vu Quoc Anh, CEO and legal representative of the HCMC-based company, signed the decision to dissolve the company on December 31, six months after its incorporation. This was received by the National Business Registration Portal a week later. “The reason for the dissolution is that the shareholders have not …

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How an Investment Fiduciary Doesn’t Always Meet Your Best Interests

(Photo by Ipsumpix/Corbis via Getty Images) Corbis via Getty Images People often ask me, “Are you a fiduciary? While I believe I understand the intent of why they are asking this question (recently there have been a lot of TV commercials announcing what this means), the meaning of trustee is …

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Constitutional challenge filed against Oklahoma storm costs bond sale

How February’s winter storm could impact your OG&E bill In February, a winter storm caused soaring natural gas prices and increased fuel costs for customers of the state’s regulated utilities. Addison Kliewer, Oklahoma A former Oklahoma lawmaker filed a protest on Friday against a pending application to the Oklahoma Supreme …

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Factbox: Quotas for Women on Corporate Boards: The EU’s Pioneers and Laggards

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen speaks after a meeting at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, January 7, 2022. Michel Euler/Pool via REUTERS Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Jan 14 (Reuters) – European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen is making a fresh push …

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We need Eric Adams to be the mayor who shuts down Rikers

Eric Adams in church (Photo: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office) Throughout his campaign, Mayor Eric Adams has spoken out about the dysfunction that plagues our city, resulting from a failure to go “upstream” to address the issues we face. There is no more tragic example of this than Rikers Island, where …

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National and local tax deduction for 2021 and 2022

This tax filing season, state and local tax deduction limits mean many more taxpayers are using the standard deduction. The standard deduction is as follows in 2021 and 2022: Filing status Flat rate deduction 2021 Flat rate deduction 2022 Only; Married filed separately $12,550 $12,950 Joint Declaration of Married Spouses …

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There must be fair competition in the telecommunications sector

We have just witnessed another episode in the evolving saga of India’s telecommunications sector. The board of Vodafone Idea (Vi) has approved the conversion of part of their government debt into equity. So around Rs 16,000 crore of interest on Deferred Spectrum and Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) liabilities will now …

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Sullivan & Cromwell’s new co-chairs strike a delicate balance

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Uber Eats withheld over $ 11,000 owed to New York restaurant on $ 500 IRS debt

For two months, Uber Eats withheld proceeds from a takeout order valued at over $ 11,000 from International Wings Factory, a popular chicken restaurant on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.. The reason? An unpaid invoice for $ 498.97 from the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS contacted the restaurant’s vendors late last …

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Ryan Portugal officially designated as a Great Place to Work® certified company for the first time

BRAGA, Portugal – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Ryan, one of the world’s leading providers of tax services and software, has been officially recognized as a Great Place to Work® Certified Company in Portugal. In 2021, Ryan fully integrated the team members, processes and systems of the former company VAT Systems which …

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judge digs holes in legal arguments of Swiss cheese makers | Business

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NEW JERSEY CHANCERY SUPERIOR COURT ATLANTIC COUNTY DOCKET DIVISION NO. | Legal notices

NEW JERSEY CHANCERY SUPERIOR COURT ATLANTIC COUNTY DOCKET DIVISION NO. F-5386-21 NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS ABSENT FROM NEW JERSEY STATE TO: JORGE AYALA-CHANG BLANCA MANCHENO DE AYALA YOU ARE HEREBY MEETING AND OBLIGED to serve on Fein, Such, Kahn & Shepard, PC, Plaintiff’s attorneys , whose address is 7 Century Drive, …

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How Your Town Can Copy Hudson’s Success

The story of how Hudson, MA won a national competition is the story of many small businesses working together. How did they do it? This is perhaps the most valuable information a small business owner can use. We’ll walk you through the process step by step, but first, a quick …

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HSE legally threatened by the impact of the new maritime law on offshore wind leases

A subsidiary of the SSE group, one of the largest energy companies operating in Ireland, has threatened legal action over a new law which the government hopes will allow the development of offshore energy. According to letters obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, SSE group subsidiary Sure Partners has …

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Consider Your Legal Obligations When Hosting Meetings

Food for thought By Ryan O’Hara Have you organized parties recently? Are you hosting any in the coming weeks? Whether you’re running a business and throwing a party for your employees, inviting people to a festive dinner, or watching with friends our New England Patriots win the Super Bowl (why …

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Lawmakers adopt second follow-up to last year’s criminal justice reform

SPRINGFIELD – Illinois lawmakers this week passed a bill clarifying issues with the massive criminal justice reform bill that passed with support from the Illinois Black Legislative Caucus in the year last. Out of a 67-42 vote, the House voted Wednesday to accept a Senate amendment to House Bill 3512, …

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RHOC’s Noella Bergener Sobs, Reveals Ex James Served Divorce Papers With FLOWER Delivery After ‘Cutting’ It

Noella Bergener, from REAL Housewives of Orange County, sobbed as she revealed her ex-husband, James, in disguise as serving her divorce papers with a delivery of FLOWERS. The famous lawyer, known as “Sweet James”, allegedly made his wife accept the legal documents by pretending to be a delivery guy with …

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Sensitive processing for law enforcement purposes: National Security and Investment Act 2021 (relevant policy document)

BEIS is a competent authority within the meaning of Part 3 of the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018, article 30 and annex 7 (1)) which applies to the processing of personal data by these authorities for law enforcement purposes. These purposes are set out in Article 31 DPA 2018 …

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Peerform Personal Loans 2021 Review – Forbes Advisor

Peerform takes a number of factors into consideration when deciding whether or not to approve you for a loan. Based on these factors, it will assign a rating to your loan, depending on its degree of risk. The lower your rating (i.e. the higher the risk), the higher your rates …

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Prepare to succeed in the legal tech race

Technology is changing the world around us every day. Traditional industries are disappearing and new innovative industries are organized. This massive pandemic intervention has impacted all industries, including the legal sphere. The legal industry is inherently cautious and very often criticized for its resistance to change. But in recent years, …

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Love Jihad Law: tyranny by procedure

Although the term “love jihad” has gained prominence in the public eye in recent years, the idea has always been part of right-wing conversations. In line with the perceived threat from the right of amorous jihad, the government of Uttar Pradesh has passed the UP’s Illegal Religious Conversions Ban Order, …

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Check if you are entitled to quotas

All Brazilian citizens who carried out paid activities on their worksheets between 1971 and October 4, 1988 should check with the Caixa Econômica Federal if there are any PIS shares available for withdrawal. More than 23.5 billion Brazilian reals have been forgotten by around 10.6 million beneficiaries. If you are …

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HOA Homefront – Lots of new features in 2022

Many laws are changing for California HOAs this year, and here’s a recap of the most significant changes. Longer time limit for the requested members’ assembly. If at least 5 percent of members request a special membership meeting, the meeting must now take place within 35 to 150 days of …

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