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When the Minister of Finance presented the budget for the next fiscal year, many expected either a proposal banning cryptocurrency or at least proper regulation for cryptocurrency trading. But the Minister of Finance was content to impose a 30% capital gains tax and a 10% TDS on every cryptocurrency transaction. The Finance Minister clarified in …

By Lucas Johnson NASHVILLE, TN (TSU News Service) — When President Joe Biden nominated Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the United States Supreme Court, for many it was more than fulfilling a campaign promise. This historic decision, in the eyes of civil rights groups and women’s organizations, is considered “long overdue”. Biden nominated Jackson on …

As women’s rights are curtailed across the country and the Supreme Court signals its willingness to forgo precedent, a new generation of activists is stepping into the fight. Art as a form of expression has a unique way of motivating people. Kati Hornung, Executive Director of VoteEquality Chuck Sperry’s Flower of Democracy–Equal Rights print. (Shaun …

Justice Minister Helen McEntee’s positive first step to reform Ireland’s outdated and repressive defamation laws, while welcome, is long overdue and remains just that: a welcome first step. What matters now is that Ms McEntee, unlike her immediate predecessors in Justice, continues her advocacy for real reform and prevails over her political colleagues to ensure …

Chris Hubbuch | Wisconsin State Journal The utilities behind some of Wisconsin’s largest solar generators say nothing in the state constitution banning long-term leases that opponents claim are illegal. Last month, opponents of a 2,400-acre solar and storage project in southeastern Dane County asked regulators to reject the permit application on the grounds that the …

Bhubaneshwar: The Special Vigilance Court here on Saturday dismissed a petition by former Union minister Dilip Kumar Ray asking the court to dismiss a case against him which says he amassed assets disproportionate to legal sources of income . A source said the unequal assets case was previously filed against Ray by the anti-corruption department …

In a pair of related decisions in Hayes v University Health Shreveport, LLCand Nelson v. Ochsner Lafayette Generalthe Louisiana Supreme Court ruled on Jan. 7 that private employers in Louisiana can mandate COVID-19 vaccines for their employees. “[T]its court finds that the employer has the right to terminate the employees for non-compliance with the vaccination …

BETTS V. BRENNAN, 2022 WL 101316 (5th Cir. 2022) This case offers you an unusual opportunity to decide what should happen. A traffic stop with a non-compliant subject quickly turned into a use of force incident – and there is clear video evidence to review. Don’t go too fast until the end. Instead, watch the …

As COVID-19 cases rise in the United States, companies say they fear a California court ruling has increased the likelihood that companies will be sued for infections, even by people who are neither employees or customers. The Dec. 21 decision authorized a wrongful death lawsuit against See’s Candies Inc., owned by Berkshire Hathaway, by the …

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday commuted to life imprisonment the death sentence against sisters Renuka Shinde and Seema Gavit, who were sentenced by a Kolhapur court for the abduction of 14 children and the murder of five of them. them between 1990 and 1996. A panel of Judges Nitin Jamdar and SV Kotwal commuted …

Welikada prison murders “BASL should clarify its position now” By Shamindra Ferdinando The chairman of the Committee for the Protection of Prisoners’ Rights, lawyer Senaka Perera said his team would soon urge the Supreme Court to oppose the acquittal and dismissal of Inspector Neomal Moses Rangajiva, the first accused of the Welikada prison murders. The …

United States: Louisiana employers may be able to fire unvaccinated workers under employment-at-will doctrine January 14, 2022 Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak and Stewart To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. In a pair of related decisions in Hayes v University Health Shreveport, LLC, and Nelson …

A VIEW FROM HERE – While the country’s history with slavery is not the central issue facing the nation, there is a need to root out a strong anti-black legal tradition. For the welfare of the nation as a whole and black people in particular, the Supreme Court must reject Brown v Board of Education, …

All indications currently point to continued growth in new business in West Virginia in the coming years. This is why the new Intermediate Court of Appeal system in Mountain State is so urgent. The Intermediate Court, which was established by the West Virginia legislature in 2021, is a body that hears appeals from lower courts …

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday called for a response from the Delhi Police to appeals by real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal requesting the suspension of their seven-year prison sentences for tampering with evidence in the 1997 case of the fire at the Uphaar cinema which left 59 people dead. Judge Subramonium Prasad …

Since British settlers introduced a formal justice system and legal education to the country and Mr. John Mensah Sarbah became the first native of the then Gold Coast to be called to the bar by Lincoln’s Inn in 1887, the he increase in the number of Ghanaians wanting to become lawyers has never wavered. It …

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other Opinion content provide perspectives on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom journalists. A person wears a QAnon sweatshirt during a pro-Trump rally in October in New York City. QAnon traffics conspiracy theories. Stephanie Keith Getty Images I don’t usually speak on …

The United States Supreme Court has agreed to review the scope of the Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSPA) with respect to the treatment of patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD). The case to be heard by the tribunal de grande instance, Health Insurance Plan for Employees of Marietta Memorial Hospital c. DaVita, Inc.[1], comes from …

A non-binary San Francisco Navy veteran who was “other than honorably” released before “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” – but who recently got an upgrade on his release – is the Profile award recipient in Courage from Swords to Plowshares for the nonprofit Veterans Day celebrations. “‘Profiles in Courage’ is a book written by [former president, …

Effective today, October 29, 2021, Iowa enacted new law codifying extremely broad health and religious exemptions to employers’ mandates of COVID-19 vaccination for their workforce, ensuring compensation for the worker. unemployment – and arguably creating a new “public policy” that will serve as the basis for allegations of wrongful discharge. Nyemaster has discussed the details …

Elon Musk, currently America’s richest man.Kiichiro Sato / AP Fight disinformation. Get a daily rundown of the facts that matter. Register for free Mother Jones bulletin. Speech in the street, or in the hurry, anyway, is that the tax billionaires Democrats envision to help pay for their ambitious social policy and the climate package is …

Pro-choice and anti-abortion activists march side-by-side during a protest outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC on October 4, 2021. JTA Photo by Kevin Dietsch / Getty Images. WASHINGTON- The Supreme Court has opened a new session of cases, and a number of them affect Jewish life in the United States. But there is one …

After embarrassing themselves in letting Texas’s blatantly unconstitutional abortion ban slip, and before hearing several controversial cases, many Supreme Court justices have called for microphones in an attempt to restore public confidence. The most infuriating of these was Amy Coney Barrett, who tried to convince the University of Louisville public that she (and the other …

FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) – Democrat Mark Herring is running for a third term as attorney general, highlighting a progressive record that includes advocating for same-sex marriage, gun control and criminal justice reform. Republican Jason Miyares, Herring’s opponent in next month’s election, looks at the same record with disdain, calling it “the far-left monopoly that’s …

Updated October 6, 2021, 6:25 p.m. ET Senate leaders are working to finalize a deal to avoid the immediate threat of a federal default by postponing a political battle until December. Democrats say they are ready to accept an offer from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., For a short-term lifting of the debt limit. …

Protesters in Syracuse want the country’s highest court to ensure continued access to abortion. An estimated 200 local attendees rallied this weekend to advocate for reproductive rights ahead of the U.S. Supreme Court term that begins on Monday – the 2021 session includes a case challenging the landmark Roe v. Wade. Saturday’s march in downtown …

The first point in the spotlight as the United States Supreme Court begins its new session on Monday October 4 is the seemingly precarious state of abortion rights, an issue that LGBTQ groups have long viewed as “of vital importance. »For homosexual people. But there are also several LGBTQ-related cases that require a review and …

Washington (CBS) The Supreme Court will return to office on Monday for the start of a new term, and judges will return to politics, including side amendments, religious freedom and abortion, while battling the hurt public perception of the High Court . The legitimacy is settled to take over a business that is divided in …

WASHINGTON – The future of abortion rights is in the hands of a conservative Supreme Court that begins a new term on Monday that also includes important cases on gun rights and religion. The court’s credibility with the public could also be at stake, especially if a divided court overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade …

Bartholomew Circuit Court Judge Kelly Benjamin addresses audience members during the Alliance for Substance Abuse Progress Status Report at the Commons in Columbus, Indiana on Monday, August 26, 2019 Judge Benjamin oversees the Bartholomew County Drug Recovery Court. Mike Wolanin | The Republic Bartholomew Court Judge Kelly Benjamin has announced his intention to seek another …

WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) – The United States Supreme Court begins a new term on Monday and the case is filled with important cases that could have national implications. Legal access to abortion is one of the most important issues the Supreme Court will decide on this term when it hears the case over a Mississippi law …

The current right to abortion rests primarily on two cases: Planned Parenthood v. Casey, a 5-4 decision in 1992 which concluded that states could not enact laws that constitute an “undue burden” on the right to abortion, including bans before fetal viability, and the landmark ruling of 1973 Roe v. Wade, who first established the …

By Eduardo Davis Brasilia, Sept. 27 (EFE) .- Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Monday celebrated his first 1,000 days in office with a stern warning about a possible third term for former head of state Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who left office in 2010 with high approval ratings. The right-hander made clear reference in …

In the American Bar Association Overview magazineElizabeth Slattery, Senior Legal Officer, Pacific Legal Foundation, wrote an article on the recently concluded Supreme Court tenure. In the article, she focuses on two major themes: first, the Court has rendered a multitude of decisions that are both unanimous and “narrow”; second, that so-called conservative and liberal judges …

FILE – This photo provided by the Virginia Department of Corrections shows Lee Boyd Malvo. Maryland’s highest court will reconsider the case of Malvo, who is serving a life sentence for sniper attacks that terrorized the Washington, DC area in 2002. The question is whether the new law of Maryland abolishing life without parole for …

The Calcutta High Court ruled that unassisted private educational institutions perform a public function under the Right to Education Act (RTE) and are therefore subject to the jurisdiction of the Court under the article 226 of the Constitution. “Such a public obligation is imposed, in my opinion, both in terms of Article 21A of the …

The Supreme Court ruled that the approval of a resolution plan does not ipso facto release a personal guarantor of a debtor company. by operation of law, or by reason of liquidation or insolvency proceedings, does not release the guarantor from his liability, … The Supreme Court ruled that the approval of a resolution plan …

The Supreme Court ruled that orders framing charges or refusing discharge are neither interlocutory nor final and are therefore not affected by the prohibition in Article 397 (2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure. allowing the appeal against the order of the Allahabad High Court which dismissed a petition for criminal review against a … …

WASHINGTON – Before U.S. Representative Kai Kahele returned to Washington last week, he joined pro surfer Laird Hamilton for a boat trip down the Hanalei River in Kauai. Hamilton pointed to the invasive hau bush along the riverbanks and told the congressman about the heavy rains that are eroding the hills and inundating the roads, …

Dive brief: Hospitals enrolled in the 340B Drug Rebate Program may no longer be eligible after the pandemic changed their payroll lineup, according to a Wednesday letter the American Hospital Association sent to HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra. Depleted patient volumes and canceled elective surgeries reduced the proportion of inpatients who are Medicaid and Medicare SSI …