OKAY, I KNOW SHE’S BRAIN DAMAGED, BUT WHAT DOES SHE EXPECT TO RESULT FROM THIS:  Democrat Maxine Wa…

OKAY, I KNOW SHE’S BRAIN DAMAGED, BUT WHAT DOES SHE EXPECT TO RESULT FROM THIS:  Democrat Maxine Waters Makes Public Call For Harassment & Violence Against Members of Trump Administration... To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Canada Releases Third Interim Report on Medical Assistance in Dying

In late June 2018, the Government of Canada released the Third Interim Report on Medical Assistance in Dying. Between July 1 and December 31, 2017, there were 1,525 medically assisted deaths in Canada, representing a 29.3% increase over the last six-month reporting period. Medically assisted deaths accounted for approximately 1.07% of all deaths in Canada during this time period which is consistent with other international assisted dying regimes. Of these deaths, cancer was the most frequently cited underlying medical condition, present in approximately 65% of all medically assisted deaths. Other highlights include: 1. The majority of Canadians who received assistance in dying were between 56 and 90 years old. The average age was 73 years old.  2. There were more cases of medical assistance in dying in larger urban centres (55.9%) compared to areas with smaller populations (41.6%).  3. In Canada, the setting for the provision of assisted dying continues to be divided….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Diversity at University of Arizona Law School

According to The Arizona Daily Star newspaper, the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers Law School has made seven new faculty appointments this year. It is a picture of diversity with one exception – it appears that none of the new hires is over the age of 40.     Rampant age discrimination in hiring … Continue reading "Diversity at University of Arizona Law School".. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Illinois Supreme Court Sides with Borrower in Foreclosure Case

A foreclosure case between a bank mortgagee and borrower made its way to the Illinois Supreme Court earlier this year. In Bank of New York Mellon v. Pacific Realty Group, LLC, the courts had been trying to solve two points of contention: Whether service by publication was an adequate means of informing the borrower of a pending foreclosure when the borrower does not have an agent in the state; and Whether the 60-day deadline for a borrower to file a motion to quash a foreclosure should have included a period during which the case was inactive. The supreme court answered the second question in favor of the borrower and sent the case back to the appellate court in order for it to rule on the first question. Background The bank first filed a residential mortgage foreclosure complaint against the borrower in June 2010. A month later, the bank filed an affidavit for service by publication because it could not find an agent of the borrower in order to serve….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Platform Strategy Research Symposium – Boston University, Wednesday, July 18, 2018

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