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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.

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The LOEY (Leading Online Entrepreneur of the Year) awards, an initiative to promote online entrepreneurship, announced the winners at a ceremony at the newly renovated Groote Museum in Amsterdam on Tuesday.

The foundation board announced earlier that it would stop with the annual award ceremonies after this edition.

“I am very proud to have won this award. A very nice recognition, coming from fellow entrepreneurs who know what it means to create a great company. The LOEY Award is the prize for online entrepreneurship in the Netherlands. My predecessors, such as Pieter Zwart, Steven Schuurman, Jouk Pleiter and Adriaan Mol, all built brilliant businesses worth billions of dollars. So it’s great to be on this list as well,” Van der Voort said after receiving the award.

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Remote was founded by Job van der Voort and Marcelo Lebre in 2019 to simplify the way companies employ global talent. The platform helps companies to hire remotely by organizing all the necessary documents and payments in countries where they do not have a branch.

The company works with thousands of companies for legal, financial and cultural expertise to onboard, pay and manage employees and contractors in more than 150 countries.

Remote has raised over €500 million in growth capital for a valuation of over €3 billion in less than three years. The company is backed by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, Accel, Sequoia, Index Ventures, Two Sigma Ventures, General Catalyst and B Capital.

From its home near Zaandam, the Netherlands, Job van der Voort manages more than 900 employees in 75 countries.

Ali Niknam
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Life Achievement Award

Ali Niknam has invested 98.7 million euros of his own money in the development of bunq. The Dutch fintech company turned out to be the only self-funded challenger bank to expand into 30 European markets without a penny of venture capital funds.

He was also part of “People for People”, a private NGO launched earlier this year to help Ukrainians. The foundation was created after bunq received a huge amount of messages in response to a LinkedIn message that Niknam posted.

“Ali is a truly exceptional entrepreneur. People know him as the founder of Dutch banking disruptor bunq, but before that he was also the founder of TRANS-IP and The Datacenter Group. Moreover, the road to success was not easy for him. However, this man has incredible perseverance and is a very talented entrepreneur. More than worthy of LOEY! said Zwart.

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Founded in 2010, the LOEY Award is an initiative to stimulate online entrepreneurship in the Netherlands. The Board of the LOEY Foundation consists of Heleen Dura-van Oord and Hubert Deitmers. Marijn Pijnenborg, Patrick Kerssemakers and Valentijn Bras are members of the organizing committee.

“Job is a unique talent. A scientist who has become a top entrepreneur in no time, with a keen eye for market developments. With Remote, he went from a startup to a giant company to unicorn status, active all over the world, in no time. An incredibly solid performance and therefore a more than justified successor! says Thomas Plantenga, a member of the Vinted jury, who won the LOEY prize in 2021 and presented the prize to his successor.

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Former lawmaker files notice of appeal to Idaho Supreme Court in rape case https://trial-jury.org/former-lawmaker-files-notice-of-appeal-to-idaho-supreme-court-in-rape-case/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 22:00:06 +0000 https://trial-jury.org/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 found von Ehlinger guilty of the crime of rape on April 29 and he has been incarcerated since that date. He was charged with the crime after a 19-year-old legislative internwho is called Jane Doe to protect her identity, said von Ehlinger, then 39, took her to dinner in early March 2021 and then back to her apartment, where she said he forced her to practice oral sex and had inserted his fingers inside her without her consent.

Judge Michael Reardon added a possible additional 12 years to von Ehlinger’s sentence for a total of 20 years.

In the notice of appeal, von Ehlinger’s attorney, Jon Cox, said the court should not have allowed the state to introduce evidence from a sexual assault nurse, and that the court should have had to immediately declare a mistrial when Doe took the stand, then abruptly left the courtroom, saying she couldn’t bring herself to testify. Reardon asked Cox if he wanted to seek a mistrial after Doe left the stand and he refused.

Cox also said the court should have granted von Ehlinger’s request for a new trial and said Reardon abused the court’s discretion by imposing a 20-year sentence with eight years fixed.

Under Idaho law, anyone found guilty in a trial can appeal to the Idaho Supreme Court. A defendant must file a notice of appeal within 42 days of a judgment or order, and transcripts of court proceedings are produced before the person filing the appeal submits a full statement explaining why the decision should be cancelled.

Von Ehlinger’s attorney has also filed a motion to have the costs of producing the transcripts waived and paid at public expense, since von Ehlinger has been incarcerated since April and has no way to pay it.

Cox also asked the court to appoint a public defender on appeal for von Ehlinger’s case, saying he owed a balance to Cox’s law firm that he was unable to pay and would have to have a public defender moving forward.

Idaho Supreme Court spokesman Nate Poppino said a full appeal will be filed with the court at a later date, when it will be assigned to an appeals court.

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Libertarian legal group sues Biden administration over student loan cancellation plan https://trial-jury.org/libertarian-legal-group-sues-biden-administration-over-student-loan-cancellation-plan/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 21:34:56 +0000 https://trial-jury.org/libertarian-legal-group-sues-biden-administration-over-student-loan-cancellation-plan/

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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 that officials exceeded their authority and flouted the Constitution.
  • The plaintiff is Frank Garrison, an attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation, which supports him in the case. Garrison alleges the White House’s actions will hurt him and other borrowers who come from a handful of states — like Indiana, Garrison’s home — that will tax debt forgiveness.
  • Garrison argues that otherwise his debt would have been forgiven without penalty under the Civil Service Loan Forgiveness Program, which forgives debt for borrowers who make a decade of monthly loan repayments while working jobs like non-profit organizations and government work. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre addressed the lawsuit during a press briefing on Tuesday. She said borrowers can refuse forgiveness and “nobody who doesn’t want debt relief will have to get that debt relief.”

Overview of the dive:

The Biden Administration in August announced plans to cancel up to $10,000 in debt for people earning up to $125,000 a year. Borrowers who received federal Pell grants in college, an indicator of low- or moderate-income status, can be forgiven up to $20,000.

But the administration’s projects were widely expected be challenged in court.

administration justified loan forgiveness citing the Higher Education Student Support Opportunities Act of 2003, or HEROES, Act. It gives the Secretary of Education the authority to modify or waive the federal financial aid program “in connection with a war or other military operation or national emergency.”

The coronavirus pandemic was such an emergency, Biden officials said.

However, conservatives argued that the president’s decisions were financially reckless and unfair to those who never attended college or repaid their loans. They also said the plan was illegal because it violated the authority of Congress.

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office recently estimated that loan forgiveness will cost about $400 billion over three decades.

The Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit echoes many of these complaints. Court records say the administration acted “with jaw-dropping informality and opacity” in not pursuing a formal regulatory loan cancellation process.

This violated the Administrative Procedure Act, which governs how the federal government must implement regulations, the lawsuit says.

“To the extent that the law can arguably justify nullification, the major issues doctrine requires clear authorization by Congress of such economically and politically significant action, which is lacking here,” the lawsuit states.

Additionally, the Biden administration violated the Constitution by wresting legislative powers from Congress, the lawsuit alleges.

The libertarian group is seeking a jury trial and blocking and outlawing the Biden administration’s plan. He is seeking court costs and other relief the court deems appropriate.

“The cancellation of student debt is unfair to those who have repaid their loan or who have never taken one. This will only lead to more calls for government intervention in education at taxpayer expense,” Steve Simpson, senior counsel at the Pacific Legal Foundation, said in a statement. “Loan cancellation will make Americans more divided, as those who have paid off their loans – or who never went to college – will have good reason to believe that we no longer have a government of the people, by and for the people.”

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Goble sentenced in federal court | New https://trial-jury.org/goble-sentenced-in-federal-court-new/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 09:00:00 +0000 https://trial-jury.org/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 District of Kentucky courtroom located in Frankfort. A recommended sentence was between six and 12 months, but federal prosecutors Kate Smith and Kenneth Taylor, along with Van Tatenhove, determined that an indicative sentence for house arrest would be better served due to Goble’s health issues. .

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BANGLADESH NAVY SEA OPERATIONAL TRAINING GROUP VISIT TO SNC https://trial-jury.org/bangladesh-navy-sea-operational-training-group-visit-to-snc/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 04:51:16 +0000 https://trial-jury.org/bangladesh-navy-sea-operational-training-group-visit-to-snc/


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A delegation of eight members from the Bangladesh Navy At-Sea Operational Training Group (BNOSTG) visited the At-Sea Training Headquarters in Kochi to attend the At-Sea Operational Training at the Southern Naval Command. As part of the orientation training, interactive sessions as well as practical lessons on seamanship, firefighting, damage control, first aid, and safety at sea were carried out. The interactive sessions were also an opportunity to discuss best practices followed. The The BNOSTG visited various training facilities and simulators, which provided a professional overview of operational training at sea.

The visit again underscores that the Indian Navy is the preferred training destination, embracing ever-changing tactics and technologies.

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Founding editor of IBG NEWS (15/March/2012- 09/August/2018). 2018 Udar Akash Rokeya Shakhawat Hossain Award Recipient. 2011 National Geographic & Canon Wild Clicks Jury and Public Poll Winner. Studied Post Graduate Advance Dip in Computer Sc., MBA IT, LIMS (USA & Australia), GxP (USA & UK), BA (Sociology) Dip in Journalism (Ireland), Diploma in Vedic Astrology, Numerology, Palmistry, Vastu Shastra & Feng Sui 25 years in digital and IT industry with global multinationals has worked and traveled in USA, UK, Europe, Singapore, Australia, Bangladesh and many other countries. Education and training advance R&D management and technology from India, USA, UK and Australia. More than 30 certifications from world leaders in R&D and education. Computer science teacher, IT and LIMS expert with a large following of fans in his community. Secretary General of West Bengal State Committee of All India Journalists Association


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Baxter County Group B jurors not showing up this week, Group A reports in October https://trial-jury.org/baxter-county-group-b-jurors-not-showing-up-this-week-group-a-reports-in-october/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 20:18:00 +0000 https://trial-jury.org/baxter-county-group-b-jurors-not-showing-up-this-week-group-a-reports-in-october/



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The Baxter County Circuit Court Group B jury will not need to report for duty for the remainder of the week. According to Baxter County and Circuit Court Clerk Canda Reese, jurors will be notified for the next reporting date when it becomes available.

The Group A jury will have to report for work on October 10. Reese says jurors should be at the Baxter County Court Complex by 9 a.m.

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]]> The Denver Post clowns around with Boebert’s hatchet work – Complete Colorado – Page Two https://trial-jury.org/the-denver-post-clowns-around-with-boeberts-hatchet-work-complete-colorado-page-two/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 20:45:05 +0000 https://trial-jury.org/the-denver-post-clowns-around-with-boeberts-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 it’s an affront to journalistic integrity when the Post corrupts its news pages with liberal bias, partisanship and advocacy, as it did in a recent front-page attack on Rep. Lauren Boebert. It was a cheeky editorial disguised as reporting by Conrad Swanson, a so-called investigative reporter.

The headline read, “Is Lauren Boebert a Christian Nationalist?” The question mark was not necessary since the answer was predetermined. Swanson has attacked Boebert in previous plays and inflated Adam Frisch, his Democratic challenger for the seat. The Post’s big splash — a front-page photo, three pages in all, and 2,000 words — is intended to help Frisch flip a Republican seat and retain a Democratic majority in the U.S. House. The Post is a Democrat servant, and he hates Boebert — and Trump.

Here is the lede in Swanson’s “History”. “U.S. Representative Lauren Boebert’s tendency to push for a religious takeover of America, spread lies about the 2020 election, and warn of an impending doomsday amounts to Christian, religious, political nationalism. and social. experts say.” (Emphasis mine.) It’s the Expert Witness Gambit, a sneaky tool of biased journalists who inject their agenda into supposedly objective reporting by recruiting “experts” to voice the journalist’s opinions on a question to be quoted in history. The quotes used by Swanson came exclusively from left-leaning universitiesmicrophones without opinion of dissident experts.

His favorite was Philip Gorski, who defines “Christian nationalism” as a conspiracy by radical Christians to conquer the seven domains of influence: religion, education, media, entertainment, business and government. Other pundits have raised the specter of violence by Boebert and his Christian hordes to achieve their goal of authoritarian government.

Gorski also claims that Boebert and his ilk view democracy as an obstacle to their power grab and use dangerous rhetoric like “We are in this battle for the soul of America.” These same words were used by President Bush in his controversial speech at Independence Hall on September 1.st stating, “I ran for president because I believed we were in the battle for the soul of this nation.” Was that dangerous rhetoric?

Swanson quotes Boebert as saying she was “tired of this separation of church and state junk.” He would have you believe that this is a seditious statement. No it is not. Religious freedom is a feature of our culture and our government. The US Senate has an official chaplain and the words “In God we trust” appear on our motto. The First Amendment is not anti-religious. On the contrary, it protects religious pluralism. What our founder forbade was a single government-sponsored religion, like the official Anglican Church of England. While the left’s rules of political correctness defend almost anything un-American, they condone attacks on Christianity.

Swanson was told by a spokesperson for Boebert that she does not consider herself a Christian nationalist as her “experts” define her, and would not grant her an interview. Uh? Why would she trust this guy who maliciously defames her? Swanson is also troubled by Boebert’s remark to an audience at a conference: “It is time for us to stand up and stand up to take our place in Christ and influence this nation as we have been called to. If this is his idea of ​​a smoking gun revealing his violent intent, he must have missed the word “influence” in that quote. Don’t liberals like him and the Post also seek to influence this nation?

A fair definition of “Christian nationalism” can be benign. Nationalists are those who have an allegiance and love of their country above all others, a sense of common values, and a commitment to national sovereignty rather than subordination to international governmental bodies. And Christians come in many different denominations, but with a common belief in Christ. They believe that our nation was founded on natural rights “endowed by their Creator,” as stated in the Declaration of Independence. And the vast majority are certainly not conspiring to forcibly convert our secular government into a Christian theocracy, like Iran’s Islamic theocracy. Moreover, the Constitution would block this.

Any movement or any religion can have a radical fringe. If a small faction of Christians are as Swanson describes them, what does that have to do with Boebert saying she’s not? Or are Swanson and his narrow-minded experts a self-appointed judge and jury?

Longtime KOA radio host and columnist for the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News Mike Rosen now writes for CompleteColorado.com.

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Opinion: El Paso DA should stop attacking the judge — and do their job https://trial-jury.org/opinion-el-paso-da-should-stop-attacking-the-judge-and-do-their-job/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://trial-jury.org/opinion-el-paso-da-should-stop-attacking-the-judge-and-do-their-job/

By Chris Antcliff

Judges are neutral, standing outside and aloof from day-to-day politics. They are responsible for making fair and just decisions, whether in the simplest cases or the most difficult and perilous. Judges are not allowed to respond when personally attacked.

It is for this reason that the actions and public responses of District Attorney Yvonne Rosales in the Walmart shooting case are particularly troubling. Recently, Rosales filed a motion to recuse District Judge Sam Medrano Jr. in this case because, in the words of her office, Judge Medrano sought to “embarrass DA Rosales in front of members of the media.”

What were the “embarrassing” questions asked by the judge?

How long does a death penalty trial last? How long does the selection of the jury take in such a case? Which prosecutors in your office will try the case? Why has your office not filed a single pleading in the case since you took office? These simple questions call for simple answers, and Rosales couldn’t answer one of them.

Instead of answering the judge’s legitimate questions, Rosales launched a series of personal attacks on Judge Medrano and the El Paso justice system as a whole. Why did she do this?

Because since his election to the district attorney’s office, Rosales has seen more than 900 cases dismissed for not prosecuting in a timely manner; she saw a murder case dismissed, before another judge in El Paso, for revenge by the Crown – a case in which the prosecutor dismissed the original murder charge and re-charged the case with capital murder because the accused asserted his right to a speedy trial; it has failed to process, through its admissions/screening section, thousands of alleged crimes – leaving these people free to roam our streets.

409th District Judge Sam Medrano presides over the state trial of the man charged with the 2019 murder of 23 people at an El Paso Walmart. (Corrie Boudreaux/El Paso Matters)

Rather than work to resolve these issues, Rosales went after someone who couldn’t answer. She carried out a furious assault on Judge Medrano knowing full well that as a judge he is unable to say anything.

Unlike the district attorney, judges are not allowed to issue press releases or call press conferences to defend themselves. Why? Because their role, their job, their duty and the Texas Code of Judicial Conduct does not allow them to do so.

When a judge is sworn in, they are essentially placed under their own personal gag order. Because of this, there is simply no room for personal attacks on a judge in our justice system, but Rosales persists nonetheless.

El Paso judges, including Judge Medrano, are dedicated, diligent and hardworking public servants. Some have even created secondary courts to help drug addicts, alcoholics, veterans – all with the goal of helping to make El Paso a better and safer community. They work quietly on every case they preside over, from misdemeanors to incredibly high-profile felony cases, just like the Walmart shooting case.

Rosales, on the other hand, apparently views the judges as targets to cover up his own incompetence. Rather than focusing on clearing the backlog of uncleared cases, rather than actually to chase case for the 34e Judicial district as she was elected to do, she attacks the judges and all those who oppose her.

We, as proud residents of El Paso, cannot sit idly by. Our community deserves better.

Prosecutor Rosales, enough with the personal attacks on judges and the judicial system. It’s time for you to step in and do your job.Chris Antcliff is a former 448 judgee and 168e Judicial District Courts and former Texas judge 8e Court of Appeal.

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Baxter County Group B jurors do not show up Monday https://trial-jury.org/baxter-county-group-b-jurors-do-not-show-up-monday/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 11:28:00 +0000 https://trial-jury.org/baxter-county-group-b-jurors-do-not-show-up-monday/



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]]> Citizens Park Ladies Group of Ward 68 has developed a unique initiative “Mayer Anno Seva” https://trial-jury.org/citizens-park-ladies-group-of-ward-68-has-developed-a-unique-initiative-mayer-anno-seva/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 07:10:28 +0000 https://trial-jury.org/citizens-park-ladies-group-of-ward-68-has-developed-a-unique-initiative-mayer-anno-seva/

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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 to honor and serve disadvantaged older women in the area. The unique initiative kicked off today in the esteemed presence of Mrs. Chandrima Bhattacharya, Honorable Minister of Finance, Health and Family Welfare, Refugees and Rehabilitation, Government of West Bengal, Mrs. Pratima Mondal, Honorable MP, Shri Dilip Maharaj, Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Mr. Swapan Basu, Eminent Singer and Ms. Sudarshana Mukherjee, Councillor, Ward 68.

“The Citizens Park Women’s Group and representatives from each Puja in Ward 68 have wholeheartedly agreed to help provide home-cooked meals to the needy, which makes this social commitment unique. On feast days when we worship Ma Durga, we promise not to leave our aged mothers neglected, said Mrs. Sudarshana Mukherjee, Councillor, Ward 68.

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Founding editor of IBG NEWS (15/March/2012- 09/August/2018). 2018 Udar Akash Rokeya Shakhawat Hossain Award Recipient. 2011 National Geographic & Canon Wild Clicks Jury and Public Poll Winner. Studied Post Graduate Advance Dip in Computer Sc., MBA IT, LIMS (USA & Australia), GxP (USA & UK), BA (Sociology) Dip in Journalism (Ireland), Diploma in Vedic Astrology, Numerology, Palmistry, Vastu Shastra & Feng Sui 25 years in digital and IT industry with global multinationals has worked and traveled in USA, UK, Europe, Singapore, Australia, Bangladesh and many other countries. Education and training advance R&D management and technology from India, USA, UK and Australia. More than 30 certifications from world leaders in R&D and education. Computer science teacher, IT and LIMS expert with a large following of fans in his community. Secretary General of West Bengal State Committee of All India Journalists Association


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