UN tribunal rules against Canada's Edgewater in legal battle with Spain

UN tribunal rules against Canada's Edgewater in legal battle with Spain

A legal battle ensued. In 2015, the Galicia government announced that the mining concession had expired and it would not be reopening the …
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Law enforcement says “no issues” so far with enforcing beach regulations

After the second day of limited beach access in Bay County, law enforcement officers say, 'so far, so good.' “No one wants to ruin it for everybody else,” …
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Federal Judiciary Confronts Coronavirus Spread: Judicial Conference Acts on Court Administration Matters

The Judicial Conference of the United States today convened by teleconference today due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. 

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The Law Q&A | CARES Act provides relief in myriad ways

Under Illinois unemployment law, a person laid off, fired or furloughed may qualify up to a maximum of 26 weeks of payment for any annual period.
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Termination of employee with attitude problem may be legal

Despite pointing this out to her, animosity continued in the office and with her officemates. Can I legally terminate her employment based on her attitude …
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