Community members will enjoy mingling with local law enforcement on Tuesday at a host of free National Night Out activities. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that fosters police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Neighborhood Group Watch Parties with the Coeur d’Alene Police will be held at several locationsRead More →

DAYTON, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nager, Romaine & Schneiberg Co., LPA, Lawyers and Counsel, is proud to announce the acquisition of Gibson’s own law firms of Dayton, formerly operated for more than three decades by Joseph E. Gibson, lawyer at law. With over 300 years of combined legal experience representing workers and personalRead More →

Introduction The States of Guernsey have approved the Loans, Credit and Finance (Bailliage of Guernsey) Act 2022 (the “LCFL”) which will regulate various virtual asset service providers (“VASP”) and Financial Services Businesses (“FSBs”) which were previously unregulated in Guernsey. The LCFL is now awaiting Royal Assent. The LCFL and associatedRead More →

The Arkansas School Safety Commission is considering recommending a unified law enforcement response to a school shooting to avoid confusion during a crisis. Commission member Bill Hollenbeck, chief of police for the Fort Smith School Police Department, said the law enforcement and safety subcommittee plans to recommend a training programRead More →

SAN DIEGO, 08 July Feb. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Shareholder rights law firm Johnson Fistel, LLP (www.JohnsonFistel.com) is investigating whether Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (“Company”) (NASDAQ: BBBY), any of its officers or others have violated securities laws by making false statements or omitting to timely disclosure of materialRead More →

A broken clock is right twice a doomsday, I guess. After a groundbreaking Supreme Court tenure that eviscerated precedent and cemented new, fabricated legal theories in my own life, many see the “legal conservative movement” triumphant. But Harvard Law School arch-curator Adrian Vermeule took to the Washington Post to shedRead More →

MARTINEZ — Since November 2020, California Department of Fish and Wildlife investigators have installed GPS trackers on cars, conducted nighttime surveillance, spied on Facebook accounts and traced electronic transactions related to what they describe as an investigation. major on state black caviar. market. The 18-month effort has paid off: ARead More →

VSOsmetology has become a focal point of consumer complaints, surpassing many traditional categories of goods and services, in the China Consumers Association’s analysis of complaints received by the National Consumers Association in 2021. The Law Enforcement Guide for Medical Cosmetology Advertising, issued by the State Administration for Market Regulation inRead More →

Oregon’s governor, lawmakers, and state agency officials have often touted the state’s reproductive rights law as one of the most comprehensive and fair in the nation. But there’s a problem: Many insurers providing coverage to more than a million Oregonians aren’t following the regulations. That’s one of the findings ofRead More →

“These policies are absolutely a violation of the Stafford Act non-discrimination clause. There is obviously a massive disparate impact on the basis of race, national origin and ethnicity,” said Madison Sloan, attorney and director of disaster recovery at Texas Appleseed, a justice group racial. Advocates said FEMA could combat discriminationRead More →

Screenshot of Times Now broadcast where BJP national spokesperson made blasphemous comments against the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), sparking outrage on social media. | Photo: Twitter AIMPLB’s suggestion to Muslim scholars and clerics to avoid participating in discussions on news channels received a mixed response. Tabinah Anjoum | TwoCircles.net NEW DELHI-Read More →

Credit: Getty Images Colorado’s assisted living communities are facing new requirements related to involuntary discharges and administrator training requirements under a law signed last week by Colorado Governor Jared Polis. SB22-154, “Increasing Safety in Assisted Residences,” requires a community to provide 30-day written notice before an involuntary discharge, and theRead More →

Placeholder while loading article actions This one was created for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. In March, long before conservative furor over protests at Supreme Court justices’ homes, the Florida legislature banned protests at residences with “the intent to harass or disturb.” DeSantis (R) signed the bill into law on Monday,Read More →

The Florida FWC Division of Law Enforcement reported the following recent activity: ESCAMBIA COUNTY Officer Allgood was conducting resource inspections at the Navy Point boat launch. He observed a vessel returning from fishing and carried out an inspection. Officer Allgood noticed a large red drum in the ship’s cooler. HeRead More →

The experienced South Carolina personal injury and workers’ compensation attorneys at Nimmons Malchow Johnson offer free consultation and case evaluation. The firm has a cumulative experience of more than 73 years that it makes available to its clients. According to advertisements published by Nimmons Malchow Johnson – Personal Injury Lawyers,Read More →

ALAMOSE– SB22-010, known as “pretrial diversion for people with behavioral health” and sponsored by Senator Cleave Simpson, Senator Pete Lee and Representatives Benavides and Amabile, was signed into law this week by Governor Polis . The new legislation expands diversion programs that will divert individuals from the criminal justice systemRead More →

Following the boom in internet usage and more advanced smartphone technology as well as the development of information and technology over the past decade, Indonesia has witnessed the rise of so-called digital financial innovation (DFI) companies. These companies offer innovative technology-based financial services, which are often not specifically covered byRead More →

New Jersey Law Enforcement are predominantly white and male, according to a new report Acting Attorney General Matt Platkin. The report analyzes statewide data on demographics of law enforcement officers, including race, ethnicity, gender, and age, by comparing them to US census demographics. Of the state’s 30,505 active, full-time officers,Read More →

‘Constitutional Transportation’ Act Could Bring Dramatic Changes to Atlanta Airport Security The state’s new gun law could affect law enforcement’s ability to confiscate guns at a security checkpoint. The TSA and Atlanta police said the law takes away their authority. ATLANTE – The so-called Constitutional Carry Law handcuffs police officersRead More →

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Immigration law firm Meltzer Hellrung today announced the rollout of a new immigration management system to better serve its roster of global businesses and clients in a multitude of sectors. With a technology-driven approach designed to track all employment immigration documents and activities, this solution provides comprehensive case-by-case insightRead More →

The Workers Rights Clinic, a collaboration between Seattle University and UW law schools, helps workers understand their rights. SEATTLE – Inside the Workers Rights Clinic located inside Seattle University (SU), law students from SU and the University of Washington (UW) work with professors to respond to calls from clients acrossRead More →

Employees who assert wage demands available only under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) cannot recover the greater remedies available under the Massachusetts Wage Act (MWA), said the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. Devaney vs. Zucchini Gold, LLC2022 Mass. LEXIS 156 (Mass. April 14, 2022). In that decision, theRead More →

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Thursday suspended a York attorney’s license for two years after the Disciplinary Board found he was guilty of professional misconduct in five separate cases. Clarence Allen, 69, demonstrated a “gross pattern of negligence and incompetence, which often undermined the administration of justice”, according to aRead More →

Stressing that “privacy issues are a serious problem in the information age,” Supreme Court Justice Justice DY Chandrachud said on Saturday that “our laws must evolve to respond to them.” In delivering here Justice PM Mukhi’s Memorial Lecture on “Reconciling Rights and Innovation: Examining the Relationship Between Law and Technology”,Read More →

The starkest evidence of what elected officials can accomplish without passing a single new law is found in the campaign against trans and non-binary children and their families, fueled by Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton. In 2021, the Republican-controlled Texas Legislature considered a bill banning gender-affirmingRead More →

PARACHUTE, Colorado (CBS4)– The parents of an 11-year-old girl from Parachute share their heartbreaking story in hopes of saving the lives of other children. Annaliese Backner was run over and killed by her own school bus earlier this month. “My baby died that morning…in front of her classmates, maybe notRead More →

On February 17, 2022, the California Legislature introduced a Biometric Privacy Act (SB 1189) similar to the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”). SB 1189 would dramatically increase biometric privacy protections for California consumers, broaden regulation among private companies, and add to the wave of biometric privacy class action lawsuitsRead More →

NEW YORK, March 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Longman Law PC and TheGrantLawFirm, PLLC are investigating Anaplan (NYSE: PLAN) for possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of law in its transaction with Thoma Bravo. Longman Law PC and TheGrantLawFirm, PLLC believe Anaplan’s financial prospects are excellent and yetRead More →

VICTORVILLE (CBSA) – Authorities said Sunday that a person initially suspected of impersonating a police officer in Victorville turned out to be a legitimate Alcohol Beverage Control employee. The incident first unfolded at Joe’s Liquor on Green Tree Boulevard just before 8:20 p.m. on March 10. This is where theRead More →

Do you find it impossible to save for retirement? You may soon have a new option. Signed by Governor Phil Murphy in 2019, legislation that will take effect in March requires employers to get the ball rolling by offering a retirement savings plan to their employees. Typically a benefit offeredRead More →