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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Justice Ginsberg’s Legacy Through the Eyes of an Employment Lawyer

By Guest Blogger Robin Runge, Adjunct Professor, George Washington University School of Law

Image1It is difficult for me to articulate the significance of Justice Ginsburg’s life and her work as a woman, a lawyer, law professor

Sudan frees last detained artists: lawyer

An appeals court in the Sudanese capital has released the last of a group of 11 artists arrested almost two months ago and convicted for causing a “public nuisance”, their lawyer said Wednesday.

Othman al-Basri told AFP that the last six members of the group, who were sentenced on September

Legal advice sought for PGI

The Department of Agriculture is seeking legal advice to see if the proposed Protected Geographical Indicator (PGI) for grass-fed Irish beef could impact future PGI applications.

At the Beef Taskforce meeting last week, concerns were raised as to whether the PGI could make it more difficult for future applications for

KDOL audit looks into fraud, identity-theft complaints

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – Missed payments, long delays in response time, and most recently, reports of fraud. These are some of the issues plaguing the Kansas Department of Labor as the state works to process an unprecedented amount of unemployment claims.

The concerns led state lawmakers to launch an audit