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State Criminal Law and Immigration:  How State Criminal-Justice Systems Can Cause Deportations, or Limit Them

by Kendra Sena*                      The Government Law Center’s explainers concisely map out the law that applies to important questions of public policy. This explainer was updated on May 6, 2019. Introduction While the federal government makes the ultimate decision whether to … Continue reading

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An attorney admitted to the New York State Bar is subject to the State's registration requirements as long as he or she remains "duly admitted to the bar.

22 NYCRR 118.1 [a]-[c] provides that the registration requirements for attorneys applies "for as long as the attorney remains duly admitted to the New York bar" and such registration may only be terminated by the attorney's death, disbarment or formal … Continue reading

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French Council of State Confirms GDPR Sanction, Lowers Penalty Fee

Following a recent data breach, Optical Center has been fined 250,000 euros by The Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL). The website breach allowed public access to invoices, purchase orders, and personal data of customers. On appeal, the … Continue reading

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Second installment of Ohio State Cannabiz Roundtable scheduled for May 16

As noted in this post, in January I had the opportunity to participate in an exciting cannabis industry panel discussion, co-sponsored by the Ohio State Drug Enforcement & Policy Center (DEPC), under the heading "Cannabiz Roundtable." This coming week, on … Continue reading

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Secondary Offerings and State Court Securities Suits

As readers will recall, in March 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court held in the Cyan case that state courts retain concurrent jurisdiction for liability actions under the Securities Act of 1933. Commentators have correctly identified this decision as primarily of … Continue reading

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