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LOEY Award 2022: Remote founder Job van der Voort is declared the winner; Ali Niknam wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Image credits: LOEY Awards Job van der Voort, Dutch CEO and founder of the new Unicorn ‘Remote’, has been honored with the 12th edition of the LOEY Award 2022. Ali Niknam, CEO and founder of Dutch neobank bunq, received the special Lifetime Achievement Award from Coolblue founder Pieter Zwart. How …

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Former lawmaker files notice of appeal to Idaho Supreme Court in rape case

Less than a month after being sentenced to at least eight years in prison for rape, former Idaho lawmaker Aaron von Ehlinger filed an appeal with the Idaho Supreme Court, alleging that the fourth court of Ada County District had made several errors during his trial and sentencing. A jury …

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Libertarian legal group sues Biden administration over student loan cancellation plan

Listen to the article 4 minutes This audio is generated automatically. Please let us know if you have any comments. Diving brief: The Biden administration faces its first major legal challenge to its plan to write off large amounts of student loan debt after a libertarian group sued on Tuesdayarguing …

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Goble sentenced in federal court | New

FRANKFURT — Former Scott County coroner John Goble was sentenced in federal court on Friday to two years probation, only after serving a year of house arrest. Goble is also liable for $10,000 in fines. Goble’s sentence was set by U.S. District Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove in an Eastern …

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BANGLADESH NAVY SEA OPERATIONAL TRAINING GROUP VISIT TO SNC

BANGLADESH NAVY SEA OPERATIONAL TRAINING GROUP VISIT TO SNC 0 0 BANGLADESH NAVY SEA OPERATIONAL TRAINING GROUP VISIT TO SNC By GDP Delhi A delegation of eight members from the Bangladesh Navy At-Sea Operational Training Group (BNOSTG) visited the At-Sea Training Headquarters in Kochi …

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The Denver Post clowns around with Boebert’s hatchet work – Complete Colorado – Page Two

The Denver Post is a shadow of itself. Its news pages are largely a bulletin board for the Liberal’s digital copy The New York Times and Associated press. And its meager editorial page is a platform for mostly liberal opinions and letters to the editor. It is his prerogative. But …

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Opinion: El Paso DA should stop attacking the judge — and do their job

Subscribe to our free newsletter. Every Monday morning, we deliver new El Paso reviews straight to your inbox. REGISTER Hit! You are on the list. Whoops ! An error occurred and we were unable to process your subscription. Please reload the page and try again. By Chris Antcliff Judges are …

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Citizens Park Ladies Group of Ward 68 has developed a unique initiative “Mayer Anno Seva”

Mayer Anno Seva 0 0 Citizens Park Ladies Group of Ward 68 has developed a unique initiative “Mayer Anno Seva” Kolkata, September 25, 2022: With the start of Debi Pokkho, the Citizens Park Ladies’ Group of Ward #68 and neighborhood residents have developed a Mayer Anno Seva initiative …

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High Crime Rate Leads Court To Impose Long Sentence For Double Murder Convict | New

The crime crisis facing Jamaica has angered some judges so much that they tossed the book on a double murder convict, imposing the maximum sentence. In July, the Court of Appeal ordered that Rayon Williams must serve 45 years before being eligible for parole for his second murder conviction. “There …

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Unanimous decision-making is essential to preserve the legitimacy of the Supreme Court

After the leak of the Supreme Court’s draft opinion rejecting abortion rights, public confidence in the Court has sunk to its lowest level in 50 years. And with additional controversial rulings on guns and climate change, concerns about the Court’s legitimacy have grown. For more and more people, judges function …

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Former clerk appears in Prince William County court on bribery charges

A Prince William County judge has reprimanded former registrar Michele White for not yet hiring a lawyer to face corruption charges. This article was written by InsideNoVa.com, WTOP’s press partner, and republished with permission. Sign up for InsideNoVa.com’s free email subscription today. A Prince William County judge has reprimanded former …

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Judge bans cameras from Idaho mother’s triple murder case

By REBECCA BOONE Associated Press BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho judge has banned courtroom cameras in the high-profile triple murder case against a mother and her new husband, saying he fears the footage will prevent a fair trial. Seventh District Judge Steven Boyce issued the ruling on Friday, saying …

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Release of Elijah McClain’s revised autopsy marks gains transparency, watchdog group says

A revised autopsy confirming that Elijah McClain died of ketamine toxicity during his 2019 encounter with Aurora police was released Friday after a county coroner asked a judge to waive an order sealing the document. A government watchdog called the decision a victory for transparency after the previous ruling kept …

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Breed for the Job: Ellie Fredericks wins four-year-old NEXGEN final over 5* winner’s granddaughter | Eventing Nation

Ellie Fredericks and Upsi Britannia. Photo courtesy of NEXGEN/1st Class Images. Teenage superstar – and daughter of multi-time five-star champion Lucinda Fredericks – Ellie Frederick won the Sulby Hall Stud NEXGEN four-year-old eventing final at the Hickstead Showground in England, riding his dam’s horse Upsi Britannia. Ellie beats a competitive …

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MullenLowe Group Latin America brings back INK HOUSE

It’s no secret that day-to-day work in an agency is often very different from what students learn in school. To help bridge this gap, MullenLowe Group Latin America will host the second regional edition of INK HOUSE, an initiative that aims to give graduating students from some of the most …

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New York educator out of work after anti-conservative comments

(NewsNation) – A New York City private school educator is no longer employed after secretly recorded video emerged showing her saying she was sneaking her political views into the classroom. Extracts from a secretly filmed videopublished by a controversial conservative group Project Veritasreportedly showed Jennifer “Ginn” Norris, director of student …

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Alabama asks the Supreme Court of the United States to allow it to carry out the execution

ATMORE, Ala. (AP) — Alabama officials canceled Thursday’s lethal injection of a man convicted in a 1999 workplace shooting because of timing issues and difficulty accessing the inmate’s veins. Alabama Corrections Commissioner John Hamm said the state halted the scheduled execution of Alan Miller after determining he could not initiate …

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Ex-athletic director acquitted of school theft wants to keep his job

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A terminated Palm Beach County educator is considering appealing to get her job back. Cindy Lucia is the former athletic director of Olympic Heights Community High School in west Boca Raton. She was accused of stealing at least $16,000 in workout supplements for sports she …

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Court finds Washington County foreclosure lawsuit requires full hearing

The Arkansas Court of Appeals overturned and dismissed a foreclosure case on Thursday, saying a Washington County circuit judge should have reviewed a couple’s claims that they signed agreements under duress and that the actions of a bank had prevented them from repaying their loans. The case involves many interrelated …

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Jameis Winston: I’ll do a better job of staying fluffy in the madness

Getty Images The Saints’ hopes of beating the Buccaneers last weekend were dashed when the quarterback James Winston threw three interceptions in the fourth quarter and Winston knows he can’t afford to repeat that performance if the team is going to bounce back with a win this …

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Over 60 Employers Seek Candidates for Monroe Job and Career Expo

MONROE, La. (KNOE) – Ouachita Works held a job and career expo at the Monroe Civic Center. Ouachita Works worked with the Monroe and West Monroe Chambers of Commerce, United Way of Northeast Louisiana, Goodwill Industries of North Louisiana, and the Ouachita Parish Police Jury to present the exhibit from …

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Buster Posey ‘delighted’ joining Giants ownership group | Sports

DENVER (AP) — Buster Posey was an MVP, rookie of the year, seven-time All-Star and three-time World Series champion with the San Francisco Giants. Today, less than a year after retiring, he has a new title: owner. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript is required for you to play premium …

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Davidson suspects in court after Jason Corbett murder

THANK YOU, MARY. MOLLY CORBETT AND HER FATHER, THOMAS MARTENS, CHARGED WITH THE MURDER OF JASON CORBETT. MORE THAN SEVEN YEARS AGO. WELL, GO TO TRIAL FOR THE SECOND TIME NEXT YEAR. A PRELIMINARY HEARING WAS HELD THIS MORNING IN DAVIDSON COUNTY. A JUDGE ANNOUNCES JURY SELECTION WILL BEGIN JUNE …

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A group of Bordeaux winegrowers launches the pirate wine syndicate

The project started in 2019 as a Facebook group, created by Fallen downJean-Baptiste Duquesne, winemaker at Château Cazebonne. The positive reactions from the public and other winemakers who followed prompted the group to seek official recognition. ‘The idea came from me and my friend Laurent David from Château Edmus in …

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jury prize $100,000; Woman says she lost her job over Flint data

FLINT, Mich. (AP) — A jury has awarded $100,000 to a woman who says she lost her job after refusing to falsify blood test results of children exposed to lead-contaminated water in Flint, said his lawyer on Tuesday. April Cook-Hawkins worked at the Genesee County Health Department for about four …

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National Pretrial Group Honors State Supreme Court Justice and New Mexico Courts Administrator – Los Alamos Reporter

Justice Michael E. Vigil/Courtesy Photo Supreme Court AOC Director Artie Pepin received an award from the National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies (NAPSA) on Monday. Photo courtesy of the Courts Administration Office. Photo courtesy Supreme Court Chief Justice C. Shannon Bacon accepts the Charles W. Daniel Judicial Leadership Award on …

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Adnan Syed left the court after his conviction was overturned. Why can’t others do the same? – Baltimore Sun

Adnan Syed arrived in court on Monday from the Patuxent facility wearing a white shirt, black tie and dark trousers. After Baltimore Circuit Judge Melissa Phinn overturned Syed’s murder conviction in the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee, she ordered correctional officers to release him immediately. Next, Syed, 41, walked …

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Tenth Circuit Confirms $1 Million Jury Prize to Whistleblower | Proskauer – Denunciation and reprisals

On July 20, 2022, the Tenth Circuit confirmed a $1 million jury award to a former employee who claimed he was demoted in retaliation for reporting that his supervisor asked him to falsify test results on a program. used by the US military. Casias vs. Raytheon Co.n° 21-1195 and 21-1205 …

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The jury awards $100,000; woman says she lost her job over Flint data

FLINT, Mich. (AP) — A jury has awarded $100,000 to a woman who says she lost her job after refusing to falsify blood test results of children exposed to lead-contaminated water in Flint, said his lawyer on Tuesday. April Cook-Hawkins worked at the Genesee County Health Department for about four …

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Geneva smelter price slashed, court documents show | New

GENEVA – A local couple awarded more than $42 million in damages related to Geneva smelter contamination earlier this year will receive significantly less money after city lawyers in the case objected to the decision, indicate court documents. At the September 7 city council meeting, members passed a resolution approving …

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Colorado court upholds dismissal of Hispanic juror for believing justice system to be racist | Subscriber Content

Colorado’s second-highest court found no issue with the prosecution dismissing a Hispanic man from an Arapahoe County jury because of his observation that the justice system is unfair to racial minorities. But for defendant Dustin Aaron Schwarz, the man’s exclusion from his jury illustrates a broader concern that people of …

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Class (action) not dismissed: the fight to dissolve the group 568 Presidents continues

An ongoing class action alleged that in a higher education landscape without the 568 Presidents Group – a cohort of private universities that collaborate on financial aid calculations – the cost of attending 17 elite institutions would drop dramatically. Nine could offer free attendance to all current students receiving financial …

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Tenth Circuit confirms $1 million jury prize to whistleblower

On July 20, 2022, the Tenth Circuit confirmed a $1 million jury award to a former employee who claimed he was demoted in retaliation for reporting that his supervisor asked him to falsify test results on a program. used by the US military. Casias vs. Raytheon Co.n° 21-1195 and 21-1205 …

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Form 424B3 Starry Group Holdings,

Room 10.1 EIGHTH AMENDMENT TO THE CREDIT AGREEMENT THIS EIGHTH AMENDMENT TO THE CREDIT AGREEMENT, dated September 13, 2022 (this “Amendment“), is made by and between Starry, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the “Company” Where “Borrower’s Representative”), the lenders listed on the signature pages herein and ARROWMARK AGENCY SERVICES LLC, a …

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A beleaguered Lamont official seeks a new job after quitting; Kosta Diamantis collects his pension – Hartford Courant

Kosta Diamantis, a beleaguered former state lawmaker who was fired last year by Gov. Ned Lamont when he was deputy state budget director, tried to get his job back Monday in a disputed hearing . State officials held the hearing into a grievance Diamantis filed last year after he resigned …

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Pennsylvania Federal Court rejects request for witnesses to testify remotely at trial because the COVID-19 pandemic was no longer sufficient to establish “good cause in compelling circumstances.” – Civil right

September 19, 2022 Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania recently denied an in limine motion to allow live video testimony in …

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Pharmacist wins $134,000 jury prize in ADA service dog case

Listen to the article 3 minutes This audio is generated automatically. Please let us know if you have any comments. Diving Brief: A jury awarded a pharmacist $134,000 in damages on September 15 after finding that her employer, Bothwell Regional Health Center, based in Sedalia, Mo., discriminated against her in …

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Investigator sued by Lloyd Rayney asks Supreme Court judge to recuse himself

A forensic investigator sued for defamation by former Perth barrister Lloyd Rayney has asked the Supreme Court judge who heard the case two years ago to step down from the case as she has already worked with Mr. Rayney’s attorney. Key points: Mark Reynolds is being sued for remarks he …

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OCCUR AMBOF 2022 Leadership Forum and End of Year Celebration

Antonio‌ ‌Ray‌ ‌Harvey‌ ‌|‌ ‌California‌ ‌Black‌ ‌Media‌ A series of community listening sessions are being held across the state to help the nine members of the California Task Force to Study and Develop Reparations Proposals for African Americans better understand how laws and policies that help perpetuate the effects of …

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Yakima County Superior Court Upholds Inmate Video Appearances | Crime and courts

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, the Yakima County Superior Court took action to help slow its spread through social distancing. Although most of these precautions have ended – limiting those attending trials to only the parties involved, jurors and court staff, installing plexiglass barriers in front of the …

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Will party labels for the Supreme Court sway voters?

Thomas Suddes is a former legislative reporter for The Plain Dealer in Cleveland and writes from Ohio University. tsuddes@gmail.com Polls and campaign finance reports suggest former Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, the Democrat challenging Republican Governor Mike DeWine’s re-election, is fighting an uphill battle, with the November election just 51 days …

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Winner of Group 2 Quickthorn Ready For Cadran Challenge

Winner of Group 2 Quickthorn Ready For Cadran Challenge House ” Archive ” Top European News » Winner of Group 2 Quickthorn Ready For Cadran Challenge Saturday, September 17, 2022 at 2:04 p.m. | Return to: Europe, Shared News Europe Updated: September 17, 2022 at 2:05 p.m. Previous story | …

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Oregon high court rejects appeal in billion-dollar wooden lawsuit

PORTLAND, OR — The Oregon Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal from 13 counties in a longstanding billion-dollar lawsuit over timber revenues and what constitutes ‘the greatest permanent value’ in forest management . The denial ends a six-year legal battle over logging practices on 700,000 acres and is …

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group aims to start an immersion charter school | State

By JILLIAN ATELSEK, The Frederick News-Post FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — In the spacious basement of her Urbana home, Li Zhou caught the eye of preschoolers sprawled on the carpet in front of her. She read them a picture book about kindness. The book was written in English, but before turning …

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Pamplin Media Group – Oregon Supreme Court Refuses to Hear State Lumber Lawsuit

The judges let stand the Court of Appeals decision that overturned a billion-dollar judgment won by the counties for past losses. The Oregon Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from 13 counties that have sought more than $1 billion from the state for past losses and future proceeds from …

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Clinton County Court of Common Pleas Schedule for Sept. 19-Sept. 23 | News, Sports, Jobs

(Editor’s Note: The Clinton County Common Pleas Court Schedule listed below is not complete. The Express does not list cases involving PFAs, minors, and other cases. sensitive civilians.) LOCK HAVEN – The following schedule for Sept. 19-Sept. 23 is provided by the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas …

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Chiquita may face prosecution for supporting Colombian terrorists, according to court rules

Like thousands of Colombians, Jose Lopez’s seven children have spent more than a decade fighting to hold Chiquita Brands International accountable for the financial support of a terrorist organization that has ravaged the country during its murderous decade-long rule. But even though one of the group’s leaders has apologized to …

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Former Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels speaks out after his acquittal

Former Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels speaks out after being acquitted of all charges Thursday evening. Daniels was facing charges stemming from an investigation that began after Daniels met his former mistress Cierra Smith in May 2019. This incident involved Daniels calling deputies to report a suspicious vehicle after Smith …

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Sagar Group Celebrates Engineers Day at Ratibad Campus

Sagar Group Sagar Institute of Science and Technology (SISTec) celebrated Engineers Day with Ideathon at its Ratibad campus. The Ideathon was inaugurated by Chief Guest Sunil Kumar Gupta – Vice Chancellor RGPV, in the presence of Prof Pooja Kumar – Startup Facilitator & Mentor; Director Innove Intellects LLP, Dr. Kiran …

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Education official suggests removing Broward Superintendent Dr Vickie Cartwright from her post

FORT LAUDERDALE – The chairman of the state’s Florida Board of Education has suggested Broward Schools Superintendent Dr. Vickie Cartwright be fired over issues described in a grand jury report, which led to the suspension of four board members school, and in his defense of mask mandates. During a conference …

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Court jails jurors for compromising trial – FrontPageAfrica

MONROVIA – The Civil Law Court of the Temple of Justice ordered the detention of bailiff Arthur C. Morris for ten days for interfering with the jury in open court during the trial. Judge Yamie Gbeisay on Thursday September. 15, m2022 also mandated the disbarment of juries in the case …

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Some Common Results When Pursuing Patent Litigation | Hudnell Legal Group

Patents protect intellectual property, but they are most effective when the owner is prepared to defend them through litigation. This may involve jury trials, bench trials, or even a subsequent appeal to the Circuit Court. The results of these tests will vary from case to case, but typical results include: …

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Steve Young says Trey Lance has an ‘almost impossible’ job as 49ers starting QB | News, Scores, Highlights, Stats & Rumors

Michael Reaves/Getty Images Steve Young knows what it’s like to be the starting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, and he doesn’t envy the position Trey Lance finds himself in. “Let’s not dance around the truth, Trey has an almost impossible job,” the Hall of Famer told the San Francisco …

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Should I mention my upcoming jury duty during a job interview?

“Yet there is also a setback. Employees’ implicit promises about their intentions to stay, contribute and perform at work are also important,” he said. “In fact, research shows that employers are more likely to fulfill their promised obligations when employees fulfill theirs, and vice versa, as in any healthy relationship.” …

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Fotona SkyPulse® in the news

National Dental Innovations receives Health Canada approval for a new line of dental lasers. Fotona SkyPulse® Laser gets the green light. Health Canada has authorized the SkyPulse® Platform and its accessories for indications in dentistry, dermatology and other surgical fields. SkyPulse® is a modern, compact and portable digital pulse dental …

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Prosecutors say more than 100 Oahu cases affected by High Court ruling

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — A Hawaii Supreme Court ruling puts detainees in a limbo — being held behind bars even though their charges are no longer valid. In Oahu alone, prosecutors have identified 160 people charged with serious crimes through criminal complaints whose cases must now go to a grand jury …

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Sidney City Council Passes Job Creation Incentive Fund

SIDNEY, Neb. – Sidney City Council discussed on Tuesday how to create more housing in Sidney and a new business moving to Sidney that will create four additional jobs each year for residents of Cheyenne County. During Tuesday’s city council meeting, City Manager David Scott discussed the letter he received …

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Lebanese group Mayyas once again stunned the AGT jury with a jaw-dropping performance (video)

Once again, the Lebanese group Mayyas stormed the stage of America’s Got Talent (AGT) and wowed the jury during the season 17 finale. The dance team’s marvelous performance was infused with galactic elements and oriental music and had the four AGT judges and the entire arena lit up as the …

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Ex-Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano heads to jail after appeals court rejects his bail offer

Former Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano will head to jail after a Manhattan federal appeals court on Tuesday denied his bail request as he appealed his bribery conviction. Mangano, 60, should be incarcerated in a federal prison in Massachusetts, according to John Marzulli, spokesman for the Eastern District Attorney’s Office. …

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Expedia Group Launches New Global Social Impact and Sustainability Strategy | app

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sept. 13, 2022– Expedia Group today announced its new global social impact and sustainability strategy to advance a responsible, open and accessible travel ecosystem for all. Combining the company’s mission, purpose and values ​​with its traveler-centric mindset, the Open World™ social impact and sustainability strategy is focused on three …

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Nikola founder Milton faces New York jury in his toughest sales job

Trevor Milton sold investors on the idea that his company was building the truck of the future. Now he will have to convince a jury that his alleged lies were unimportant. Two years after he abruptly resigned from the board of directors of Nikola Corp. — the company he started …

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HCL Foundation, ONGC Foundation, Vedanta Group’s Sesa Community Development Foundation, Buddy4Study among winners of TheCSRUniverse Social Impact Awards 2022

2n/a edition of TheCSRUniverse Social Impact Conference and Awards 2022 was held on September 8-9, 2022. A total of 21 organizations recognized for their excellent initiatives in various fields, including education, health, sports, skills development, and more. The grand jury to decide the winners included top academics …

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Psychologist: School shooter suffered fetal alcohol damage

By TERRY SPENCER Associated Press FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Lawyers for Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz began arguing Monday that his birth mother’s alcohol abuse left him with serious behavioral issues that eventually led to his 2018 murder of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. …

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Bucs running game, defense can make Tom Brady’s job easier | Sports

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Tom Brady likes the way the Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened the season, showing a greater commitment to running the ball as well as a strong, confident defense capable of making a bit of a quarterback job- 45 year old rear. Easier. “The running game, the defense, …

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Alex Jones heads to court again to take on other Sandy Hook families

New York CNN Business — Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones will stand trial again on Tuesday, facing other family members of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims, weeks after a Texas jury determined he and his company should paying nearly $50 million to a student’s parents for defaming the student’s father …

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McFeely: Entz dismisses job speculation as Bison heads to Arizona as potential frontrunners – InForum

FARGO — A national college football writer dropped the name Matt Entz on Sunday as a possibility to replace Scott Frost being sent off to Nebraska. ESPN’s Pete Thamel included North Dakota State head coach with risers, rock solids and retreads like Coastal Carolina’s Jamey Chadwell (lifter), Kansas State’s Chris …

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Country band Alabama bassist arrested for pot | app

CENTER, Ala. (AP) – Teddy Gentry, founding member and bassist of the country music supergroup Alabamawas arrested on Monday for a misdemeanor possession of marijuana, records show. Gentry, 70, of Fort Payne was taken to the Cherokee County Jail in northeast Alabama and released about a half hour later, records …

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Trial delayed for man who threw pitcher in court | News, Sports, Jobs

herring HOLLIDAYSBURG — The jury trial scheduled to begin today at the Blair County Courthouse — with potential witnesses including a county judge and an assistant district attorney — has been canceled. The trial of Darwin M. Herring, 40, of Altoona – facing aggravated assault, reckless …

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Perjury charges against Quinn stalled in SC court system

COLOMBIA, South Carolina No action has been taken for 15 months on a state grand jury indictment against Richard Quinn, the alleged mastermind of an underground influence-peddling ring that has thrived for years in the General Assembly of the SC. The 38-page indictment, issued by a state grand jury in …

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Lawsuit against Kingston group alleges underage marriage, rape and child labor in Utah polygamist cult ‘Order’

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Women members of a polygamous group in Utah have said in a lawsuit that they were forced into early marriages in which their husbands raped them and that they had to perform child labor in the group’s businesses. The northern Utah-based Kingston Group, also known as …

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Get ready for a healthy back to school

Courtesy of Marin County The third annual issue of the “Let’s Talk” booklet was distributed to 5,000 Marin County families of sixth and ninth graders this fall at local public and private schools. This resource educates parents on how to practice positive ways to communicate, listen and connect with their …

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State Supreme Court to Hear Cases on Charter Schools, For-Profit College Lawsuit | Courts

The Colorado Supreme Court has agreed to hear three cases involving the government’s ability to deny charter school applications and good Samaritans to receive compensation for injuries sustained during a rescue. Judges also announced on Tuesday that they would review a complex and drawn-out lawsuit against a for-profit university, which …

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Appeals court hears Jasiel Correia’s arguments to quash fraud case

BOSTON — Former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia II had his virtual day in court Thursday as three federal 1st Circuit Court of Appeals judges heard arguments about why the ex-politician now incarcerated should have his convictions overturned or receive a new trial. Oral arguments were heard before appellate judges …

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Paddy Doherty attends a protest in court for fellow traveler Joe Joyce who is awaiting his murder conviction

TV personality Paddy Doherty attended a show of support outside Laganside Courts yesterday for fellow traveler Joe Joyce. Joyce appeared at Belfast Crown Court via video link to Maghaberry where he was told he would be sentenced on five counts – including murder – at the end of this month. …

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Child marriage and rape in Utah’s polygamous sect Kingston Group

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Women members of a polygamous group in Utah have said in a lawsuit that they were forced into early marriages in which their husbands raped them and that they had to do child labor in group companies. The northern Utah-based Kingston Group, also known as The …

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Maine officials blast California group for labeling lobster a whale-killing seafood

Maine officials are tearing up a recommendation from Seafood Watch, a California-based nonprofit, to try to save the whales by stopping lobster fishing. The group argues that lobster fishing in US and Canadian waters uses vertical lines that can entangle endangered North Atlantic right whales. “Seafood Watch has determined that …

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The Denver Public Schools pipe work of Tim Hernández and the revival of Aurora

Tim Hernández was teaching a class at Aurora West College Preparatory Academy on September 8, when the news broke Queen Elizabeth II of England had died at 96 years old. But rather than offering expressions of grief, many students in the class began to cheer — and far from castigating …

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Falls police chief returns to work after five months of unexplained furlough

Falls Township Police Chief Nelson Whitney confirmed he would return to his job supervising the department of 53 officers on Monday, five months after his sudden suspension. But the mystery behind his unexplained forced departure continues. Falls Township officials have not publicly disclosed the reason they placed Whitney on paid …

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Troubleshoot Your Job Search With These 3 Checkpoints

Few people look forward to a job search. A study 2021 of 715 American adults by the Pew Research Center found that half of Americans who were unemployed, furloughed, or laid off were pessimistic about future employment. A third said they felt more stressed than usual and 56% said they …

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The court must decide if the defendant of the triple murder is intellectually disabled and not subject to the death penalty

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. — Jimmy O’Neal Spencer’s lawyers are asking a judge to bar the death penalty as a possible sentence in his upcoming capital murder trial. His lawyers say he is intellectually disabled and not eligible for the death penalty, but prosecutors disagree. News 19’s Jerry Hayes Joins ‘Real …

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SC City alleges Carolina Panthers owner-backed RE Group committed fraud in connection with team headquarters deal

Main Street in Rock Hill, South Carolina The case of the failed siege of the Carolina Panthers and the mixed-use resort in Rock Hill, South Carolina, took on an uglier turn. When GT Real Estate Holdings, the David Tepper-owned company responsible for building the Rock Hill complex for the Tepper-owned …

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Reynolds Vapor faces $95.2 million jury award in patent infringement lawsuit | Local

A federal jury determined Wednesday that RJ Reynolds Vapor Co. owed tobacco industry rival Altria Client Services $95.23 million in damages related to an e-cigarette patent infringement claim. The jury for the US Intermediate District of NC has determined that Reynolds Vapor’s top-selling Vuse Alto product infringes three patents cited …

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Kobach announces the closure of a group of private border walls

Jean Hanna Associated Press file photo Former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said Thursday that We Build the Wall, the scandal-ridden nonprofit that raised money to build a privately funded border wall, is closing as former Trump adviser Steve Bannon faces new charges. that he defrauded contributors to the …

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Court testimony: 14-year-old not target of Cheshire Drive shooting

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Five of the six people charged with the February murder of a 14-year-old boy were in court on Wednesday afternoon. All five face murder charges. According to testimony in the courtroom, the teenager was not the intended target of the shooting, and mobile police believe three …

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Titans Ryan Stonehouse Talks Winning Job and Relationship With Brett Kern

For the first time since 2009, the Tennessee Titans will have a starting bettor who isn’t named Brett Kern — and his name is Ryan Stonehouse. An undrafted free agent from Tennessee in 2022, Stonehouse got the role after a very impressive training camp and preseason that saw him flash …

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Controversy surrounds civilian group of predator hunters after latest confrontation

CINCINNATI (WXIX) — A group of self-proclaimed Indiana residents sexual predator hunters recently lured a Cincinnati man into a civilian sting operation, according to the group’s founder. Chris Abercrombie leads the Facebook group Expose Indiana Child Predators. He says that on September 3, the 40-year-old Cincinnati man drove more than …

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Elizabeth Holmes asks court for new trial after alleging key witness had regrets

By Rishi Iyengar, CNN Business Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of failed blood testing startup Theranos, who was convicted of fraud earlier this year, is seeking a new trial after claiming a key witness visited her home unannounced and reportedly said he “felt guilty” for his testimony. In a filing Tuesday …

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Jobs of this week: Bring some heat to your job search with these 22 open positions

Editor’s note: Every week we send out an e-newsletter featuring the most exciting career opportunities in the region. We called it with love This week in jobs (aka TWIJ – “twidge”.). Below is this week’s edition; it’s supposed to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here. They …

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Community Q&A: Yakima County Superior Court Judge Gayle Harthcock | Local

For Yakima County Superior Court Judge Gayle Harthcock, court was last adjourned on Wednesday. Harthcock, who was appointed to the Superior Court bench in 2014 by Gov. Jay Inslee, has retired. Prior to her appointment, she served as a court commissioner for six years, hearing all but jury cases in …

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Messi and Haaland chase more goals at start of group stage – Champions League in numbers Opta

The time is almost upon us. When that first ball is kicked at the start of the Los Angeles Rams’ home opener against the Buffalo Bills on Thursday, we’ll be on our way to another exciting season of NFL action. And there are few better reasons to get excited at …

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Clackamas County, OR, court dismisses ex-doctor’s indictment

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A Clackamas County grand jury has declined to indict a former suburban Portland doctor with sexual misconduct and patient abuse, finding there is not enough evidence to prove the charges. claims, the county attorney’s office announced. The grand jury heard testimony from 41 witnesses before returning …

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1 burning question at each offensive position group

AP Photo/Mark Zaleski Can the Titans get over the loss of AJ Brown? The Titans made arguably the most shocking move of the 2022 NFL Draft when they traded star receiver AJ Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles. Brown was a force for the Titans during his three seasons in Nashville, …

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How Johnson loyalist Liz Truss landed Britain’s top political job

She is only the third woman in history to become British Prime Minister, following in the footsteps of her Conservative predecessors Margaret Thatcher and Theresa May. Who is Liz Truss, 47, and how did she manage to overtake rival Rishi Sunak in the race to succeed Boris Johnson? FRANCE 24 …

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Tina Peters’ day in court can’t come soon enough

Things are about to get real for flamboyant and lawless Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters. The far-right election conspiracy darling is due in court on Wednesday on 11 counts, including attempting to influence a public official, criminal impersonation, identity theft, first-degree official misconduct, breach of duty and disrespecting the Secretary …

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Azimio chooses Kenneth Marende for the post of President of the National Assembly

Azimio has chosen Kenneth Marende as its candidate for the post of Speaker of the National Assembly – a position that was originally touted for Wiper’s Kalonzo Musyoka. Media reported that Azimio’s general secretary, Junet Mohamed, made the announcement public, saying there had been wide consultations among stakeholders before arriving …

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Ingham County officials set to clear long court backlogs with new courtroom and visiting judge

Nearly two and a half years after the COVID-19 pandemic first halted jury trials across Michigan, the Ingham County Circuit Court has approximately 900 felony cases awaiting trial dates. audience for a variety of reasons – but now officials hope to reduce that number. Officials announced last week that beginning …

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US bakery triumphs in long-running court battle with ‘woke’ university

Demonstrators wearing megaphones demonstrated outside the business, with staff including student dean Meredith Raimondo present and calling the bakery a ‘racist establishment’. The bakery staff, who bore the brunt of the wrath, were mistreated and their car tires slashed. Lee Plakas, the Gibsons’ attorney, said the college failed to be …

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Kristin Smart murder trial: Defense argues floor stain evidence, court breaks for emotional jury

Editor’s Note: The People v. Flores is covered daily by Mustang News. Follow @CPMustangNews on Twitter and Instagram for more updates. Read previous articles about the lawsuit here. Thursday’s proceedings consisted of testimony from Cindy Arrington, an archaeologist who conducted a search of Ruben Flores’ home at 710 White Ct. …

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Fire chief loses job for attending church leadership conference – archyde

by Jorge Gomez • 6 minimum reading First Liberty, along with attorneys Aaron Streett and Elisabeth Butler of Baker Botts LLP and the Church State Council, are defending fire chief Ron Hittle, a devout Christian who sought to live out his faith in the workplace. After 24 years of service, …

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Kansas woman’s trial for 2 deaths ends with hung jury

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas jury announced Thursday it could not reach a verdict in the trial of a woman accused of killing her ex-husband and girlfriend 20 years ago. Jurors deliberated for about 35 hours over six days during Dana Chandler’s trial. Chandler, now 62, was charged with …

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Ogilvy wins 4, followed by MullenLowe Lintas Group at 3 prizes

The Indian Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA), presented the seventh edition of its prestigious INDIAA Awards yesterday 23rd August at a ceremony held at the Taj Landsend, Mumbai. Mathrubhumi was the title partner of the event. According to Megha Tata, President of the IAA, “The IndIAA Awards celebrate …

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American Job Center Hosts Resource Fair in Lake Charles

Lake Charles, La. (KPLC) – The American Job Center Region V will host a free event in Lake Charles where residents can learn about available resources for employment, education, housing and more. The Resource Fair is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, September 7 at the Allen P. …

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Appeals court upholds stalking conviction against woman who targeted ex-sheriff

A woman who has more than a decade of grudge against a former sheriff can’t shake her stalking conviction after berating the man and following him around town for years. When Darla Ellis was arrested in 2008 for causing a disturbance at a Sunday church service, then-law enforcement officer Terry …

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The Expert Group’s Duties at International Expo Indonesia 2022

Notes on U.S. Stamps by John M. Hotchner As of this writing, I am in Indonesia serving on the 47-person jury judging nearly 400 competitive exhibits at the 2022 Indonesia World Stamp Championship, that country’s once-every-10-year international stamp exhibition. . As the logo text in Figure 1 shows, the expo …

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It is the job of Congress to investigate the violence of January 6

George Patrick Barley Jr. I write this to dispel misconceptions about the need for a congressional investigation on January 6, 2021. The Constitution grants Congress the power to enact laws and declare war, the right to confirm or reject many presidential nominations, and substantial investigative powers. The 1968 equity doctrine …

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The Income Tax Department Researches a Major Transmission Tower Manufacturing Group in West Bengal

Income tax – India 0 0 Reading time:1 minute, 14 seconds The Income Tax Department Researches a Major Transmission Tower Manufacturing Group in West Bengal By GDP Delhi The Income Tax Department carried out a search and seizure operation on 24.08.2022 on a leading group based in …

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Neighbor: a school shooter killed toads after poisoning a dog

By TERRY SPENCER Associated Press FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — When one of Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz’s dogs died after eating a poisonous toad, he began to lash out at amphibians, a former neighbor testified Wednesday, adding that Cruz’s temper was so unstable that he should never have been …

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Despite ‘reprehensible’ actions of ex-fertility doctor, judge halves $5million jury award

Judge William K. Sessions III ruled that now-retired Dr. John Boyd Coates III must pay $2.2 million to a woman who accused him of using his own sperm to impregnate her under false pretenses. Photo via Pexels A federal judge has more than halved the $5.25 million a Vermont fertility …

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NFL notebook: Gruden ‘ashamed’ of emails that cost him his job

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Former Raiders manager Jon Gruden says he is “ashamed” of his past offensive emails which cost him his job and hopes for another chance in football. Gruden spoke publicly about the matter at the Little Rock (Ark.) Touchdown Club for the first time since stepping down …

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Ambac Financial Group Mortgage Lawsuit Against Countrywide and Bank of America Cleared to Go to Jury Trial

Posted: August 31, 2022 9:24 a.m. ET Ambac Financial Group Inc. said Wednesday it was satisfied with the New York State Supreme Court’s decision to allow its 2014 fraud lawsuit against Countrywide and Bank of America Corp. to be tried before a jury. The court denied Countrywide’s motion for summary …

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Pamplin Media Group – Retrial of 2010 murder begins in WashCo court

Brian Bement was convicted in 2012, but he finally gets a new trial after an appeal overturned that conviction. A man who was convicted of murdering a Tigard doctor in 2010, and whose conviction was later overturned, is getting a new trial in Washington County Circuit Court. Brian Bement, 54, …

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Why General Mark Milley should be court-martialed

OPINION: Gen. Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is scheduled for a Section 32 hearing under the provisions of the Uniform Code of Military Justice for his conduct and statements as recorded in Bob Woodward’s book “Peril,” and the Aug 8, 2022, New Yorker magazine excerpt from …

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Devoxil Media Group announces the winners of the 2022 National Healthcare Achievement Awards.

(ProNewsReport Editorial): – Noida, Uttar Pradesh August 30, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – New Delhi, Delhi, India: Devoxil Media Group announced the 2022 National Healthcare Achievement Awards on August 30, 2022. These awards are announced to identify, celebrate and commend outstanding healthcare leaders, professionals and organizations for their continued commitment to achievement. …

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Vanessa Bryant jury prize to be cut by $1 million due to error, report says

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Vanessa Bryant’s $16 million jury award for sharing grisly photos from the crash site of her late NBA star husband Kobe Bryant will be cut by $1 million, according to a report. The former Lakers legend and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, perished …

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Vanessa Bryant’s jury award in Kobe Bryant crash photographs trial slashed by $1 million due to bureaucratic error

In the Kobe Bryant crash photographs trial, Vanessa Bryant’s jury award was slashed by $1 million when a juror discovered a ‘clerical error’ on the judgment form, despite the fact that jurors agreed that she and another plaintiff would be “given equally.” Vanessa Bryant, 40, was awarded an additional $1 …

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Walmart responsible for denying full-time job coach to disabled employee

​Carry: The reasonable accommodation requirement of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may require an employer to provide an employee with a disability with a full-time aide or coach. The 7th United States Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a jury verdict in favor of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) …

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