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Madras High Court Grants Reprieve to Disqualified Directors

The Madras High Court in Bhagavan Das Dhananjay Das v. Union of India (decided on 3 August 2018 and accessible via Judis) struck down the order of the Registrar of Companies, Chennai (“RoC) which had disqualified a number of directors from … Continue reading

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Public-Health Clinics Get Reprieve (RedNova)

By Keith Ervin, Seattle Times May 5–Two public-health clinics that were threatened with closure because of funding problems will stay open at least until the end of 2008, King County Executive Ron Sims and County Councilman Bob Ferguson announced Friday. … Continue reading

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Business and Individual Taxpayers See No Reprieve in New Jersey Tax Package

After weeks of tense budget confrontations threatening a government shutdown, New Jersey lawmakers passed a last-minute $37.4 billion state budget last weekend that included tax hikes on individual and corporate income. As part of the agreement, the top income tax … Continue reading

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FCC Grants TV Stations Last-Minute Reprieve on Certain Audible Crawl Requirements

By Warren Kessler CommLawCenter readers may recall that the FCC adopted a rule in 2013 requiring broadcasters to present aurally on a secondary audio stream (“SAS”) all emergency information provided visually during programming other than during regularly-scheduled newscasts and newscasts … Continue reading

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Rare Reprieve for Last Minute Regulatory Fee Filers

By Lauren Lynch Flick For those of you who remember the sense of relief you felt as a kid when you forgot to study for a test and later found out that class was cancelled, the FCC is giving you … Continue reading

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