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Georgia sued over voter registration law
Several civil rights organizations filed a lawsuit Thursday against Georgia Secretary of State and Republican nominee for governor Brian Kemp to stop enforcement of HB268, an election law that has placed a hold on over 50,000 registered voters. H (More)
The European Parliament vs. the Hungarian Government
For the first time ever, on September 12, the European Parliament (EP) launched Article 7 TEU (Lisbon Treaty) proceedings against Hungary’s government. The Parliament began the action by adopting a report by Judith Sargentini, a member from the Nethe (More)
Carpenter and the Future of the Surveillance State
Our phones are constantly searching for the greatest connection, updating our location, and often connect to multiple cell towers on any given day, divulging our whereabouts to service providers with relative ease. In recent years, the accuracy of th (More)
North Korea, Nuclear Diplomacy, and International Law
"Where will it end? When will it all be lulled back into sleep, and cease, the bloody hatreds, the destruction?" -Aeschylus, presenting the conclusion of Agamemnon If US President Donald Trump should sometime manage to re-start the cancelled nucl (More)
EU and Mexico sign new free trade deal
The EU and Mexico on Saturday signed a free trade agreement . The agreement reduces tariffs on food and drink while allowing for the EU Geographical Indications to be maintained. Irish Whiskey and French Champagne will be distinguished when sold (More)
ACLU files federal lawsuit over Texas bail system
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the ACLU of Texas and Arnold & Porter filed a lawsuit Sunday in federal district court challenging the Galveston County Jail's policy of releasing those arrested for felonies and misdemeanors who can affo (More)
US Legal News Round Up for Saturday, 7 April 2018
Here's the domestic legal news we covered this week: Hawaii Governor David Ige signed HB 2739 on Thursday, also known as the Our Choice, Our Care Act. The Attorneys General from 14states, led by New York Attorney General Schneiderman filed a law (More)
US Legal News Round Up for Saturday, 3 March 2018
Here's the domestic legal news we covered this week: A judge for the Superior Court of Massachusetts ruled that Massachusetts' attorney general Maura Healey will not be barred by sovereign immunity from bringing a lawsuit against Pennsylvania Hig (More)
World Legal News Round Up for Saturday, 10 February 2018
Here's the international legal news we covered this week: The Supreme Court of Ireland formally ruled in a unanimous decision on Friday that the complete employment ban on asylum seekers was unconstitutional. UN Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid (More)
Trade Secrets (Part 2): The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016
JURIST Guest Columnist Uché Ewelukwa of the University of Arkansas School of Law, discusses the dynamic landscape of trade secret law in a multi-part series. In part 2, she discusses the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 ... Introduction Sign (More)
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