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Duterte: During phone call, Trump praised my drug war as ‘right way’

17 hours agoNews : BlogPost

President Duterte’s plan to “kill all” the country’s suspected drug users and dealers has many foreign critics, including the United States, the European Parliament and the International Criminal Court. It now has at least one high profile supporter: Donald Trump, at least according to Duterte. In a statement, Duterte on Saturday shared details of a […]

Non-Sequiturs: 12.02.16

Tony Mauro hangs out with Meg Ryan -- no, not the actress, but the SCOTUS clerk and JAG lawyer turned judge and possible Supreme Court nominee. [National Law Journal via How Appealing] Speaking of SCOTUS, ain't no mountain high enough for the Notorious RBG. Show More Summary

Companies can be held liable when workers bring home asbestos dust that sickens others, court rules

Companies may be held liable if asbestos from a job site causes someone in a worker’s home to become sick, the California Supreme Court decided unanimously Thursday. The state high court ruling allows lawsuits to go forward on behalf of people allegedly diseased by asbestos fibers brought into...

Companies can be held liable when workers bring home asbestos dust that sickens others, court rules

Companies may be held liable if asbestos from a job site causes someone in a worker’s home to become sick, the California Supreme Court decided unanimously Thursday. The state high court ruling allows lawsuits to go forward on behalf of people allegedly diseased by asbestos fibers brought into...

Tony Pulis: Crystal Palace case means West Brom boss must 'bite tongue'

West Brom manager Tony Pulis says he has to "bite his tongue" at the moment after he lost a £3.7m High Court battle with former club Crystal Palace.

How new German rules are dividing Syrians from their kids

Germany, trying to staunch the flow of Syrian refugees, has placed high hurdles for them to be reunited with their families, creating a Kafkaesque nightmare in the courts.

L.A. County woman convicted of killing her husband for insurance money loses appeal

A woman convicted 24 years ago of killing her husband for money will remain on death row under a ruling Thursday by the California Supreme Court. The state high court unanimously upheld the conviction and death sentence of Catherine Thompson, convicted in 1992 of hiring someone to kill her husband...

ITALY: Calling Someone “Gay” Is No Longer Libelous

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Metro reports: It’s the ‘insult’ of choice for many a schoolyard bully but being called gay should be not considered offensive, Italy’s high court has ruled. Judges said the term ‘homosexual’ no longer has an ‘intrinsically offensive...Show More Summary

70% of MPs support Remain, but these charts show they are highly unlikely to block Article 50

LONDON — The government will go to the UK Supreme Court next week in its legal battle to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary consent. Legal experts believe the appeal is likely to fail, as it did when it was originally heard inShow More Summary

Italy High Court: Calling Someone ‘A Homosexual’ Isn’t Offensive

Italy High Court: Calling Someone ‘A Homosexual’ Isn’t Offensive In other Italian news, the sky is still blue, water is still wet and pasta is still delicious Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

India High Court Orders Movie Theaters to Play National Anthem

Thou art the ruler of the minds of all people, Dispenser of India’s destiny. Thy name rouses the hearts of Punjab, Sind, Gujarat and Maratha, Of the Dravida and Odisha and Bengal; It echoes in the hills of the Vindhyas and Himalayas, mingles in the music of Jamuna and Ganges and is chanted by the […]

For First Time, Australia High Court to be Led by a Woman

The most powerful judge Australia is a woman who dropped out of high school. Susan Kiefel in January will become the next chief justice of the High Court of Australia. Her appointment, announced Tuesday by Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Attorney-General George Brandis, marks the first time that a woman will preside over the country’s […]

British woman can adopt girl found in box in Egypt, judge rules

High court decides NHS administrator can bring up child, now six, in the UK despite objections from Egyptian authorities A British woman can adopt a girl who was abandoned in a cardboard box on a street in Egypt shortly after birth, a high court judge has decided. Show More Summary

New Delhi LGBT Protesters Demand Repeal of Colonial Anti-Gay Laws: WATCH

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Hundreds of LGBT rights activists marched in New Delhi, India last weekend demanding the repeal of a law criminalizing gay sex. In 2009, the New Delhi High Court declared a section of the penal code banning gay sex as unconstitutional. However, that… Read The post New Delhi LGBT Protesters Demand Repeal of Colonial Anti-Gay Laws: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.

Tony Pulis has been ordered to pay Crystal Palace £3.7m by high court [Telegraph]

Tony Pulis during his palace reign By James Monday, November 28th, 2016 20:05 Guilty Pulis If you think that you’re having a bad day, spare a thought for Tony Pulis. The West Brom boss has been ordered to pay Crystal Palace £3.7 million by a high court judge, the Telegraph reports. Pulis was accused of […]

West Brom boss Pulis loses £3.7m Palace court battle

West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis loses a £3.7m High Court battle with former club Crystal Palace.

West Brom boss Pulis loses £3.7m Palace court battle

5 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

London (AFP) – West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis has lost a £3.7 million ($4.6 million, 4.3 million euros) legal action against former club Crystal Palace, a High Court judgement revealed Monday. Earlier this year, Pulis had been...Show More Summary

Why the Judges Have Got it Wrong on Brexit

Legal experts have challenged the High Court’s judgment more effectively than Theresa May The High Court ruling that parliament must give its consent before Britain can begin to leave the EU is redolent with irony. The argument thatShow More Summary

Additional details released in Mountain View High School stabbings

According to charges filed in juvenile court, the unnamed suspect in the Mountain View High School stabbings brought not only a knife with him to the school but a bo staff as well. It would seem that the 16-year-old must have thought that he was a Ninja Turtle. Show More Summary

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