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Car Crash Lawyer Reaches $500K Settlement for Woman Whose Arm Was Amputated After a Police Car Smashed into Victim’s Car

A woman whose left arm was amputated after an Atlanta Police Department patrol car smashed into the side of her car in February 2018 at an intersection will receive a $500,000 settlement from the city of Atlanta to compensate her … Continue reading

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Whitaker appointment dispute reaches Supreme Court

Since the moment President Donald Trump appointed Matthew Whitaker as Acting Attorney General on Wednesday, November 7, the move has been met with significant political and legal criticism, with numerous lawyers and commentators arguing that the president lacked both statutory … Continue reading

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New York Attorney General’s Office Reaches Another Settlement Over Non-Competes

Last week, the Office of the New York Attorney General (NYAG’s Office) reached a settlement with WeWork, a New York City-based company that provides shared “co-work” spaces nationwide and internationally – and, notably, is one of the largest office tenants … Continue reading

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International Maritime Organization Reaches Deal to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Ships

Shipping regulators have concluded on a plan for reducing carbon dioxide emissions for ships. International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulators have agreed that the shipping industry should cut carbon emissions by a minimum of 50% by 2050 as part of the … Continue reading

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THE COPYKAT reaches out to a new public

Howzat! (C) 2018 Ben ChallisThere has been plenty of recent comment on the decision by the CJEU in C‑161/17 Land Nordrhein-Westfalen v Dirk Renckhoff where the court found that users who publish content which is already available on the internet would  … Continue reading

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