Hamburg, Germany – Not only known for its famous seafood and the third largest European seaport for goods and cargo handling1but also a considerable and noteworthy jurisdiction when it comes to the protection and enforcement of trade mark
President Joe Biden on Wednesday signed the Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony (STOP) Act into federal law. The
dec. 21—Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and Northern Idaho received $110,000 in injunctive relief against an anti-abortion group.
Planned Parenthood won a motion of summary judgment for civil damages against an anti-abortion group called “The Church at Planned Parenthood” in
This appeal is concerned with the meaning of a condition that was attached to the grant of planning permission for a development site in the outskirts of Swindon. The proposed development included two roads, a “North-South access road” which ran
Law schools are the gateways to a legal profession that lacks diversity by race, ethnicity, gender, disability and more. An important step to creating a more diverse legal profession is to change law schools’ admission policies.
More than a dozen
PAWTUCKET − Campaign yard signs can roam free in Pawtucket and the city will pay two incoming state lawmakers $1,000 for ordering the removal of their signs during this year’s campaign.
That’s the result of a settlement the city agreed
In this post Aleksandra Gajewska, an Associate, and David McKie, a Partner at CMS, preview the decision awaited from the UK Supreme Court in the matter of Shanghai Shipyard Co. Ltd v Reignwood International Investment (Group) Company Ltd.
Published: dec. 5, 2022 at 6:00 AM CST|Updated: 1 hour ago
Collaboration gives CareTime customers access to premier legal guidance
WINTER GARDEN, Fla. and KANSAS CITY, Mo., dec. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — CareTime, a leading
DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) – The criminal prosecution of a young suspect could be public but, as strange as it sounds, if he was two or three years older those proceedings would be private.
Blame any injustice on a bizarre law
Despite a number of legal challenges that aim to block the US government’s student loan forgiveness plan — including a federal appeals court decision to delay the plan — President Joe Biden sounds confident that borrowers