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In this week's Q&A column read questions on: Adult woman exploiting a child sexually, Procedure to institute suit against public corporations, agencies and Severance pay to a retired servant. https://fbattorneys.co.tz/qa-28-september-2020/
Judge plans to decide on TikTok U.S. app store ban by end of day
Pioneering Justice Ginsburg makes history again as the first woman and the first Jewish person to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol
Lord Keen QC resigns in row over Brexit bill - Legal Cheek
Will Robert Buckland follow?
Explainer: How RBG's death could shift the Supreme Court - and American life - rightward
Lord Keen offers resignation over Boris Johnson's Internal Market Bill
The advocate general is thought to have found it 'increasingly difficult' to support the Government in recent days
Mass murderer Breivik to apply for parole: report
Safety driver in fatal Arizona Uber self-driving car crash charged with homicide
Coronavirus laws a 'secondary consideration', says Sumption - Legal Cheek
Former Supreme Court justice says people should decide for themselves whether or not to obey the law
Former Nissan executive Kelly's trial begins in Tokyo without Ghosn
Former Nissan Motor Co Ltd executive Greg Kelly denied charges he helped ex-boss, Carlos Ghosn, hide income as the American lawyer's trial opened in Tokyo on Tuesday almost two years after Japanese prosecutors arrested the pair.
Blaming the Victim for Sexual Violence in Pakistan
“Azaadi!” – or “freedom!” – women chanted on the streets of major cities across Pakistan on Saturday, as they protested police handling of a case known as the “motorway incident” – a shocking r**e of a woman by multiple assailants.
Judge rules Pennsylvania governor's COVID-19 restrictions unconstitutional
SEC Nigeria Releases Statement on Cryptocurrency, Defines “Crypto Assets” as Securities
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Nigeria has released a statement on cryptocurrencies which gives a definition to crypto assets and regulations. The statement was dated 11th September, 2020 and it seeks to give a direction and the Regulator’s position on Cryptocurrency. According to the s...
Judge temporarily bans Detroit police from chokeholds, rubber bullets against protesters
Ex-Baker McKenzie boss Gary Senior - disciplinary ruling in full - Legal Cheek
Top lawyer handed £55,000 fine for trying to kiss junior colleague and influence subsequent investigation
U.S. Justice Department's Google lawsuit expected in weeks ahead: sources
The Justice Department, which has been conducting an antitrust investigation of Alphabet Inc's Google, plans to bring a lawsuit against Google as soon as this month, according to two sources familiar with the probe, who said the focus remains on search and advertising.
African migrants 'left to die' in Saudi Arabia’s hellish Covid detention centres
Protesters gather in Washington for the 'Get Your Knee Off Our Necks' march
Many Contract Law negotiations have moved online because of COVID, what changes should law students be aware of?
Exclusive: TikTok to challenge U.S. order banning transactions with the video app
TikTok is preparing to mount a legal challenge as early as Monday to President Donald Trump's executive order prohibiting transactions with the popular short video app and its Chinese parent ByteDance, according to people familiar with the matter.
Factbox: Kremlin foes who have suffered mysterious fates
Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was in a coma in a Siberian hospital on Thursday and his spokeswoman said his morning tea appeared to have been poisoned.
A U.S. judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit by President Donald Trump that sought to block enforcement of a grand jury subpoena for eight years of his personal and corporate tax records.
Putin critic Navalny fights for life, aides suspect poisoning
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny was fighting for his life in a Siberian hospital on Thursday after drinking tea that allies said they think was laced with poison.
Changing TikTok Japan ownership could address security concerns, ruling party lawmaker says
A change in control of the Japanese unit of TikTok, the popular video-sharing app owned by Chinese firm ByteDance, could be one way to address user data security concerns in Japan, a lawmaker from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party said.
Former lawyer missed out on pupillage spot because chambers ‘hired a black guy last year’ - Legal Cheek
The incident -- which happened around 30 years ago -- will be familiar to every black person looking for a job in industry, says now-entrepreneur Dawid Konotey-Ahulu
U.S. judge dismisses NRA lawsuit challenging gun shop closures in New York state
Norton Rose Fulbright latest to cut NQ solicitor pay - Legal Cheek
Confirms 87% trainee retention score
Philippines' Duterte Says Will Be Russia Vaccine 'Guinea Pig' as Talks Begin - The Moscow Times
"He's old. He can sacrifice his life for the Filipino people," Duterte's spokesman said.
Belarus Factory Workers Hold Mass Walkouts to Back Opposition - The Moscow Times
The walkouts were highly unusual in a country where Lukashenko has retained a Soviet-style command economy.
Let junior lawyers use your office if you’re not around, Freshfields partners told - Legal Cheek
New policy to coincide with move to 100 Bishopsgate
'Torture Chamber': Jailed Belarusians Reveal Prison Abuse - The Moscow Times
Detained protesters and chance bystanders gave harrowing accounts of beatings, humiliation and torture.
The Legal Cheek Podcast: 3 essential skills for junior lawyers - Legal Cheek
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Insight | Options for an oppressed shareholder
Remedies available to a shareholder who is aggrieved by the acts and/or omissions of the company/directors and/or other shareholders
Dr. Juuma Okuuku and Ors Vs MUK [interim relief application]
The matter mainly revolved around having the five Makerere University employees reinstated on half-pay pending the determination of their appeals
What Mediaeval animal trials can teach us about AI and the law - Legal Cheek
Future magic circle trainee William Holmes unlocks the method in 'Mediaeval madness'
No selection criteria, no transparency. Australia must reform the way it appoints judges
In the wake of the allegations about Dyson Heydon, a key outstanding question is reforming Australia's opaque judicial appointments system.
Property Rights of Women Unprotected in Kenya: Daily Brief | Human Rights Watch
New report on matrimonial property abuses against Kenyan women; war crimes indictment against president of Kosovo; Ken Roth on the need to stop authoritarian rot in Europe; "hostage taking" by China; alarming Covid-19 situation in Burundi; farcical “fake news” bill in Brazil; and positive human ...
Defence barrister fined £1,000 for ‘pulling faces’ at judge - Legal Cheek
She also described a decision as ‘insane'
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