Tag Archives: legal action

Verona police and school district identify person responsible for online threat

March 16, 2022 4:49 p.m. Job : March 16, 2022 4:49 p.m. VERONA, Wis. – Verona area school district officials said they identified the person responsible for posting a threat to social media on Wednesday morning. In a statement shared Wednesday afternoon, VASD public information officer Marcie Pfeifer-Soderbloom said the …

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Government e-security commissioner says anti-trolling laws could confuse people

A push by the federal government to expose vicious online trolls risks creating confusion that could thwart its effectiveness in cracking down on abuse, the country’s online safety commissioner has warned. Key points: Electronic Security Commissioner Julie Inman Grant says name of bill misleading She argued that current legislation deals …

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Opinion: Even after being repealed, the Emergencies Act creates a chill for charities

Breadcrumb Links Comment NP The CCF has received countless emails and tweets from affected people who want to donate to the legal challenge, but fear it could lead to their accounts being arbitrarily frozen. Publication date : March 08, 2022 • 19 minutes ago • 4 minute read • 5 …

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Seize Kremlin financial assets to rebuild Ukraine

Seizing money from Kremlin cronies to rebuild Ukraine Shell companies – companies whose beneficial owners are unknown – let the worst people in the world launder their fortunes. They have names like “ABC Ltd” or “XYX Inc”. They are incorporated by smart lawyers in lax and privacy-friendly jurisdictions: offshore, onshore …

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No Credit Check Loans: Best 5 Loan Agencies For Personal Loans And Payday Loans Of 2021| Get Same-Day Loans With Instant Approval And Emergency Loans Online

Proving your credibility is an essential step if you want to qualify for a loan. Whether you are new in the credit loan field or old, you have to provide a track record of your previous debts and histories to the lender. However, this is only the case in a …

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In Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, why should the Supreme Court ban affirmative action?

This offer apparently pits one minority group against other minority groups. But the SFFA has strategically combined two conceptually and legally distinct issues: a so-called Asian sanction and broader affirmative action. If Harvard does discriminate against Asian Americans, that wrong could in theory be righted without rejecting affirmative action. The …

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Palinode Files Lawsuit Against Competitor Provana and Former Customer Plaza Services for Misappropriation of Trade Secrets | Business

BRENTWOOD, TN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 17, 2022– Palinode, a leading provider of credit dispute resolution technology, has filed a lawsuit against rival software company Provana and a former customer, Plaza Services, for misappropriation of trade secrets. Palinode is seeking damages and a permanent injunction arising from Provana’s scheme to, through Plaza Services, …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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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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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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Nevada Republican Party demands legal fees from Clark County GOP faction

[ad_1] The Nevada Republican Party wants one of the two warring factions of the Clark County Republican Party to spend money to pay legal fees resulting from a lawsuit filed last month. The state party’s claim, filed in the Humboldt County District Court on Tuesday, follows that court’s ruling against …

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Platoon sues Lululemon over threats of patent infringement

[ad_1] Peloton filed a lawsuit against Lululemon after Lululemon threatened to sue the fitness company. The lawsuit stems from Peloton’s new clothing line, which launched in September. Lululemon claims that several of the products infringe its design patents. Loading Something is loading. Peloton is suing Lululemon after the clothing company …

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BICCoN Strikes Back at CBN’s Crusade Against Crypto

[ad_1] The Blockchain Industry Coordinating Committee of Nigeria (BICCoN) issued a press release condemning the recent “overrun” of the Central Bank of Nigeria. Recall that the CBN asked banks to stop processing cryptocurrency transactions in February 2021. The CBN recently asked Nigerian banks to block, close and freeze the bank …

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Democrats on the Ohio Redistribution Commission say Republicans flouted anti-gerrymandering rules in new state legislative maps

[ad_1] COLUMBUS, Ohio – The two Democrats from the Ohio Redistricting Commission said on Friday that their Republican counterparts had ignored new anti-gerrymandering rules while passing new district maps that will likely preserve the GOP’s anti-veto majority in the state legislature. In new court cases, parliamentary minority leader Emilia Sykes …

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Battle Ground votes against “medical freedom” ordinance

[ad_1] Following a heated exchange, Battle Ground City Council on Monday rejected a proposed “medical freedom” ordinance in a 4-2 vote. Council members Brian Munson and Shauna Walters voted in favor of the ordinance; Mayor Adrian Cortes, Deputy Mayor Phillip Johnson and council members Shane Bowman and Cherish DeRochers voted …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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How Legal Factors Affect Businesses

[ad_1] Going forward with a business is a great career choice. But to start and run a business and keep it running smoothly, it takes more than efficiency and management skills. There are many external factors that can either help the business grow or ultimately ruin it. One of these …

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UPDATE: Another look at a planned single-source contract for Las Cruces area animal adoption services

[ad_1] Comment: Dona Aña County has cautiously abandoned their single source agreement with Kelly Barker. (See the Sunday columns April 11 and May 30, 2021.) Currently, Barker is still soliciting donations for his “nonprofit organization,” Uncaged Paws, but allegedly uses his funds for other purposes. Former business partner Kathy Tarochione …

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