Law Q&A | Buyers, sellers, bids … auctions can be a confusing thing

Law Q&A | Buyers, sellers, bids … auctions can be a confusing thing

So, what is the law on conducting auctions? We can't say how they do things in jolly old England, but here in the American colonies an auction is a public …
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Free online legal aid platform for journalists launched – Telegraph India

An Internet watchdog and a journalists' group have launched an online free legal aid platform where mediapersons can seek advice, second opinion on their …
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Financing for Entrepreneurs: Legal Aspects of Crowdfunding | Brooklyn Public Library

Volunteer lawyers from the City Bar Justice Center's Neighborhood Entrepreneur Law Project (NELP) will discuss the legal iplications of using this type of …
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PG&E Is Charged With Manslaughter In A California Wildfire That Killed 4

If the utility were convicted of manslaughter, it would be fined for each person killed in the Zogg Fire last year near the city of Redding. The fire also destroyed hundreds of homes.
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Collins Fitzpatrick, Longest-Serving Circuit Executive, Reflects on Career

On Sept. 28, Collins Fitzpatrick will retire as Circuit Executive of the Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, after 50 years of service in the federal Judiciary. In 1976, Fitzpatrick was appointed as the Seventh Circuit’s first executive, five years after Congress created the position. He is by far the longest-serving circuit executive in the federal court system.

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