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Standard & Poor’s Said Argentina Defaulted
Standard & Poor’s Said Argentina Defaulted
Children in Bolivia Legally Permitted to Work
Children in Bolivia Legally Permitted to Work
War Does Not Stop Law Firm Mergers in Israel
War Does Not Stop Law Firm Mergers in Israel
Restructuring Law in Puerto Rico Sued by Hedge Fund
Restructuring Law in Puerto Rico Sued by Hedge Fund
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Standard & Poor’s Said Argentina Defaulted

Standard & Poor’s Said Argentina Defaulted Standard & Poor’s has found that Argentina defaulted after it could not make an interest payment of $539 million due on its discount bonds, according to The New York Times. The action from Standard & Poor’s occurred on Wednesday and…>read more

No Comment July 31, 2014

Children in Bolivia Legally Permitted to Work

Children in Bolivia Legally Permitted to Work Children as young as 10 are now allowed to work legally in Bolivia, according to NPR. This new law comes against the United Nations convention ruling of 14 as a minimum age. A report from the U.S. Department of Labor…>read more

No Comment July 30, 2014

War Does Not Stop Law Firm Mergers in Israel

War Does Not Stop Law Firm Mergers in Israel One of the largest law firms in Israel acquired a seven-lawyer technology firm in Tel Aviv, according to The Am Law Daily. Shibolet & Co. has acquired Israeli, Ben-Zvi, Attorneys at Law. Two partners and five associates will be brought…>read more

No Comment July 25, 2014

Restructuring Law in Puerto Rico Sued by Hedge Fund

Restructuring Law in Puerto Rico Sued by Hedge Fund The brand new debt-restructuring law in Puerto Rico is facing major legal hurdles. Now, a hedge fund, BlueMountain Capital Management LLC, has joined the fight, according to The Wall Street Journal. The hedge fund filed a lawsuit on Tuesday in…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2014

France Not Permitted to Ban Blood Donations from Gay Men

France Not Permitted to Ban Blood Donations from Gay Men The European Court of Justice had an official issue a rule that said French authorities cannot exclude sexually active gay men from giving blood donations, according to Breitbart. An Advocate General from the court, Paolo Mengozzi, issued his opinion on…>read more

No Comment July 18, 2014

Judge Orders That Lottery Winnings Must be Split Between Boss and Employee

Judge Orders That Lottery Winnings Must be Split Between Boss and Employee A foreign restaurant operator has been ordered by Judge Mark Gosnell to hand over half of the Euromillions prize to his employee Faith Ozcan, according to The Express. The restaurant operator is Hayati Kucukkoylu. Ozcan was convinced he and the…>read more

No Comment July 16, 2014

S. Chelvan Named Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year

S. Chelvan Named Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Barrister S Chelvan was awarded the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year award last month for his work in immigration and asylum, according to The Guardian. He is best known for his work in representing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or…>read more

No Comment July 16, 2014

Shariah Court Holds No Legal Sanctity

Shariah Court Holds No Legal Sanctity The Supreme Court in India issued a ruling on Monday that says Islamic courts have no legal authority in the country, according to The Associate Press. The court said Muslims cannot be legally subject to parallel religious authority. Judge C.…>read more

No Comment July 7, 2014

Oscar Pistorius Evaluation: ‘Not Mentally Ill’

Oscar Pistorius Evaluation: ‘Not Mentally Ill’ It was announced today by a panel of mental health experts that Oscar Pistorius was not mentally ill when he killed Reeva Steenkamp, according to The Irish Times. The murder trial resumed following a one-month hiatus to have Pistorius’ mental…>read more

No Comment June 30, 2014

Ireland Creates Legal Team to Fight Apple Case

Ireland Creates Legal Team to Fight Apple Case An international legal team has been assembled by Ireland’s Department of Finance to fight the State’s following the European Commission’s decision to begin a formal investigation into the corporate tax issues in the country regarding Apple, according to The Irish…>read more

No Comment June 13, 2014

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