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  • Congress has just passed a bill that grants the government and law enforcement agencies in the US unlimited access to the communications of every American. The legislation was passed yesterday with a 325-100 vote giving the green light for the authorization of provision that authorizes “the acquisition, retention, and dissemination” of communication data from American…

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    The Supreme Court has rejected BP’s legal challenge over a compensation deal related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. This means that the oil giant will have to compensate victims that suffered from the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. With this decision, almost every business in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Galveston, Jefferson,…

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      Have Immigration Laws Started to Go Too Far?   Want to start combat on Facebook? It’s simple. Just two steps.   Post something — anything — about immigration, then Set back and wait   Within minutes, someone will respond with reasons why you’re wrong in your position, and if you would get your head…

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    A New York judge has ruled that Apple should pay $450 million over eBooks price-fixing. The amount is to be paid to 20 million consumers. An additional $50 million is to be paid to lawyers involved in the case. Last year, a court had found that Apple had behaved anti-competitively when it joined forces with…

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    Many of us in the legal reform community often become so focused on the actual dollar cost of our out-of-control litigation system we often lose sight of the broader picture of how our lawsuit-happy culture diminishes freedom and undermines the can-do spirit that made America great. While the tremendous costs of litigation are real and…

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    Loretta Lynch has been nominated for the position of the new U.S. Attorney General to replace Eric Holder. If selected, Lynch would be the first black woman to be the USAG and the second black person and second woman to hold the post. She is currently the US Attorney for New York’s eastern district including…

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    The US has issued a product recall and Canada an advisory regarding the Amby Baby Motion Bed after the deaths of two infants in the US.The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall on Tuesday of almost 24,000 Amby Baby Motion Beds, made by Amby Baby U.S.A. of Minneapolis. Our international litigation lawyers…

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    In the small Thai town of Pai, a Canadian tourist has been shot dead by a Thai policeman. John Leo Del Pinto died instantly and his girlfriend, who was also shot, was reported to be in stable condition in a hospital in Chiang Mai. The victim was only 25 years old and was shot twice,…

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    On 30 July 2013, the former government announced that Australia and Switzerland had signed a revised tax treaty. It replaced the previous treaty signed in 1980. The revised treaty will: enhance the already strong economic relationship between Australia and Switzerland by aligning the bilateral tax arrangements more closely with current Australian and international tax treaty…

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    “Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a term encompassing a wide range of procedures that involve the removal or alteration of a woman’s genitalia. The federal courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) have classified FGM as a form of persecution, a showing of which can act as a basis for a successful asylum claim….

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