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Duane Morris LLP | USA | 15 Jul 2021

Maine Voters to Consider Adopting Constitutional Right to Food

In the upcoming November 2021 election, voters in Maine will be presented with an amendment to the state constitution that would establish a right to…
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Langlois Lawyers LLP | Canada | 25 Feb 2021

Y a-t-il des limites à la liberté d’expression d’un professionnel dans sa vie personnelle?

Les professionnels ont des obligations déontologiques et doivent les respecter dans toutes les sphères de leur vie, et ce, même dans le cadre de leur…
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Langlois Lawyers LLP | Canada | 25 Feb 2021

Are there limits to a professional’s freedom of expression in his or her personal life?

Professionals have ethical obligations and must respect them in all spheres of their lives, even in their private lives. While they enjoy the…
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Proskauer Rose LLP | USA | 16 Feb 2021

Pro Bono Spotlight: Ameelio.org - Bridging Financial Barriers for Incarcerated Individuals Trying to Stay in Touch with Loved Ones

Staying in touch with loved ones has become more important today than ever before. While technology offers many ways to stay in contact, incarcerated…
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Fredrikson & Byron PA | USA | 12 Feb 2021

South Dakota Supreme Court Opinion Will Guide Local Zoning Decision-Making Throughout the State

The South Dakota Supreme Court on Thursday, February 11, 2021, issued an opinion that substantially clarifies what constitutes a disqualifying…
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Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP | Canada | 19 Nov 2020

Québec Court Stays Criminal Proceedings, Citing “Serious, Multiple and Systemic Violations” of Canadians’ Rights

In a recent decision,1 the Court of Québec permanently stayed the prosecution of tax fraud charges made against a corporation and two related…
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Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP | Canada | 18 Nov 2020

La Cour du Québec ordonne l’arrêt des procédures criminelles en raison de « violations graves, multiples et systémiques » des droits de Canadiens

La Cour du Québec a récemment rendu une décision importante1 aux termes de laquelle elle a ordonné l’arrêt définitif des procédures criminelles pour…
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Seyfarth Shaw LLP | USA | 27 Oct 2020

Third Circuit Refuses to Grant Immunity to Pennsylvania Judge on Probation Officer’s Harassment Claims

Qualified immunity did not supply a Pennsylvania judge with a get out of jail free card, the Third Circuit concluded, holding that…
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Dykema Gossett PLLC | USA | 15 Apr 2019

The Michigan Saga Continues: The Constitutional Validity of the New Michigan Paid Medical Leave Act and New Minimum Wage Law Heads to the Michigan Supreme Court

This past summer, two voter initiatives were headed to the November ballot for consideration. One initiative was to increase the state minimum wage…
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Garrigues | Spain | 11 Apr 2019

Los trabajadores no están obligados a aportar su teléfono móvil para la geolocalización empresarial

El avance de la tecnología es más veloz que la normativa que lo regula. Por ello, en la mayoría de ocasiones deben ser los jueces los encargados de…
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