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Brazil's Supreme Court to hear arguments on indigenous land rights
Native people watch Brazil's Supreme Court trial of a landmark case on indigenous land rights at a screen in Brasilia, Brazil, September ... ... Machado Peregrino Machado, Reuter Adriano Machado and Co. BRASILIA, sept. 1 Reuters - The Supreme Court of Brazil heard arguments for and against a cut-off date for land... ... certainty for farmers in the agricultural powerhouse. The Supreme Court said whether a state government applied an overly narrow interpretation of Indian rights by only recognizing...
Updated: 09/01/2021
US Supreme Court refuses to hear bid by Johnson to throw out cancer lawsuit
Johnson's logo is seen in Zug. Buccaneers WASHINGTON Reuters - The US Supreme Court declined to hear a bid by Johnson to throw out a lawsuit brought by the state of Mississippi over allegations that the company didn't inform residents that its talc-based products decreased the risks of developing ... ... company records, trial testimony and other evidence. The company said in May 2020 it would stop selling baby powder talc in the United States and Canada , citing changes in consumer habits and misinformation about the product's safety amid numerous legal ...
Updated: 12/13/2021
Pak Supreme Court cautions Imran Khan over retention of delinquents
Islamabad, January 30 ANI A judge in Pakistan's Supreme Court has cautioned the country's Prime Minister Imran Khan over the retention of delinquents such as Law Minister Dr Farogh Naseem and Asset Recovery Unit Islamabad , January 30 ANI A judge in Pakistan 's Supreme Court has cautioned the country's Prime Minister Imran Khan over the retention of delinquents such as Law Minister Dr Farogh Naseem and Asset Recovery Unit ARU chairman Shahzad Akbar ...
Updated: 01/30/2022
Biden considering Michelle Childs for Supreme Court nomination
WASHINGTON, January 28, Reuters - U.S. District Court Judge J. Michelle Childs is considered by President Joe Biden for a nomination to the Supreme Court, a White House spokeswoman said on Friday. WASHINGTON, January 28, Reuters - U.S. District Court Judge J. Michelle ... ... spokeswoman said on Friday. Childs would replace Stephen Breyer , who announced on Thursday that he would retire at the end of the court's term in June. He has promised to pick the first Black woman to serve on the high court, and he is expected to meet ...
Updated: 01/29/2022
U.S. Supreme Court rejects Volkswagen's bid to avoid lawsuits
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected Volkswagen AG's bid to avoid lawsuits filed by officials in three states seeking damages stemming from the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating scandal. The U.S. Supreme Court rejected ... ... automaker's diesel emissions cheating scandal. The justices refused to hear appeals by VW and German auto supplier Robert Bosch LLC of a lower court ruling allowing Florida 's Hillsborough County and Utah 's Salt Lake County to seek to hold the companies ...
Updated: 11/15/2021
Supreme Court declines to review decision on whistleblower case
... that allowing the decision to stand would have devastating consequences for employers, particularly in the healthcare industry, by allowing individuals to bring FCA claims decades after their employment ends. The case is William Beaumont Hospital v. United States ex rel. Felten, U.S. Supreme Court, No. For the hospital: Neal Katyal of Hogan Lovells
Updated: 01/24/2022
Biden to start consultations this week on his Supreme Court nominee
U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks with Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will retire at the end of the court's term, at the White House in Washington, U.S%. U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks with Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer as they announce Breyer will retire at the end of the court's term, at the White House in Washington ...
Updated: 01/31/2022
Biden asks Supreme Court to keep ban on evictions
The Biden administration asked the Supreme Court on Monday to keep in place the moratorium on evictions in parts of the country hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic, arguing the spread of the highly ... ... least provide temporary protection to Americans on the brink of homelessness while state and local officials rush to distribute $46 billion in rental assistance approved... ... many landlords. According to an analysis from the almost half of the country's rental units are owned by individual investors landlords or so-called "mom and pop"...
Updated: 08/24/2021
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