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French Train Terrorist Claims to Be a Robber
French Train Terrorist Claims to Be a Robber
Moving to Another Country and Molesting Children is Still Illegal
Moving to Another Country and Molesting Children is Still Illegal
Next Round of Lawsuits Against Banks Expected in London
Next Round of Lawsuits Against Banks Expected in London
British Law Firms Are Seeing an Increase in Numbers
British Law Firms Are Seeing an Increase in Numbers
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French Train Terrorist Claims to Be a Robber

French Train Terrorist Claims to Be a Robber Summary: The young man that was taken down by four Americans before he could shoot-up a Paris-bound train is claiming he was just going to rob people. The terrorism suspect that was taken down aboard a French train has tried…>read more

No Comment View Count: 248 August 25, 2015

Moving to Another Country and Molesting Children is Still Illegal

Moving to Another Country and Molesting Children is Still Illegal Summary: An American minister that returned from Haiti, where he molested several young girls, for sex addiction treatment was arrested on federal charges. Federal law prohibits U.S. citizens from traveling to another country where they perform in non-commercial, illicit sexual…>read more

No Comment View Count: 412 August 20, 2015

Next Round of Lawsuits Against Banks Expected in London

Next Round of Lawsuits Against Banks Expected in London Summary: The group of banks found to be involved in manipulating the foreign-exchange market can expect the next lawsuits against them in London. Banks involved in the manipulation of foreign-exchange markets are gearing up for the next round of lawsuits…>read more

No Comment View Count: 391 August 18, 2015

British Law Firms Are Seeing an Increase in Numbers

British Law Firms Are Seeing an Increase in Numbers Summary: With the economy boosting legal demand, British law firms are busy borrowing money to expand, hire lawyers, and invest in technology to improve their services to clients. An increase in work from mergers and acquisitions has made British law…>read more

No Comment View Count: 234 August 17, 2015

U.S. Embassy in Cuba Open Once Again

U.S. Embassy in Cuba Open Once Again Summary: With the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Cuba after 54 years of being closed, the hopes of a better future are looking as slim as ever. The doors may be open to the U.S. Embassy in Cuba again…>read more

No Comment View Count: 289 August 14, 2015

WikiLeaks Founder Living Inside Ecuadorian Embassy

WikiLeaks Founder Living Inside Ecuadorian Embassy Summary: Aside from the charges Julian Assange would face in the United States, Sweden also has been trying to gain custody of him to face sexual assault charges. WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange is wanted by the United States. He is…>read more

No Comment View Count: 184 August 13, 2015

Attack in Venezuelan Home Leaves Expatriate Lawyer Dead

Attack in Venezuelan Home Leaves Expatriate Lawyer Dead Summary: An attack at an expat community apartment left an American lawyer dead and his girlfriend wounded in a well-to-do neighborhood of eastern Caracas, Venezuela. An American expatriate lawyer was stabbed to death and his girlfriend was severely wounded in…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 975 August 12, 2015

The UK’s University of Law Makes Bold Promise to Graduates

The UK’s University of Law Makes Bold Promise to Graduates Summary: ULaw in the UK is so confident in their employability rates that they will give back 50 percent of tuition fees to students that don’t get a job nine months after graduation. The University of Law (ULaw) is enacting…>read more

No Comment View Count: 225 August 10, 2015

North Korea Creates Their Own Time Zone

North Korea Creates Their Own Time Zone Summary: North Korea has their own calendar and now they will have their own time zone that is 30 minutes behind other cities in the area like Tokyo and Seoul. Seventy years after North Korea split from Japan, North Korea…>read more

No Comment View Count: 237 August 7, 2015

Solicitors Refuse to Take on New Crown Court Cases

Solicitors Refuse to Take on New Crown Court Cases Summary: The Ministry of Justice has cut the pay rate fees for solicitors, causing them to protest by not taking on new cases with those lower fees. With a drop in pay for solicitors of 17.5 percent, criminal barristers are…>read more

No Comment View Count: 274 July 27, 2015

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