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Ex-supreme court justice defends those who break assisted dying law

Lord Sumption’s lectures question whether courts and lawyers have over-expanded their role. Photograph: Richard Ansett/BBC A former supreme court justice has defended people who break the law on assisted dying but urged them to face up to the consequences of their actions. Delivering the opening speech of this year’s BBC Reith Lectures, Jonathan Sumption QC, […]

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Shame on the Home Office for using the tax form to target migrants

Home secretary Sajid Javid. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA As today’s devastating exposé in the Guardian makes clear, something has gone fundamentally wrong with the Home Office’s treatment of skilled migrants. Under an obscure clause of the immigration rules as currently applied, if migrants who have been granted indefinite leave to remain make mistakes in their tax […]

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What You Need To Know About Your Estate

Most people do not know enough about their estate to make proper plans, in fact, the number of Americans who do not have an estate plan hovers around the fifty-five percent mark. So what are some of the basics that you need to know about planning your estate and how do you get started? What […]

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The ABCs of Choosing a Divorce Lawyer

Going through a divorce can be overwhelming, frustrating, and devastating, yet while you are at one of the lowest possible moments in your life, you are expected to hire an expert to help you battle through the wreckage of your marriage. Finding a divorce lawyer is about more than clicking on the first name that […]

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Why Getting Out of a Timeshare Can Be So Difficult

For many people, a timeshare becomes a money pit. They don’t use the timeshare as often as they originally planned and the maintenance fees continue to climb every year. Unfortunately, getting out of a timeshare is harder than anticipated. Poor Resale Makert Just as you want to get out of your timeshare so do countless […]

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Tips for Getting the Best Legal Representation

People from all walks of life can find themselves in trouble with the law. If this should happen to you, it is essential that you secure the best possible legal representation. This will help you to get the best possible results in whatever type of legal case that you are involved in. However, there is […]

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China foreign investment law: Bill aims to ease global concerns

China has passed a new foreign investment law in a move widely seen as an effort to facilitate US trade talks.     Delegates voted overwhelmingly in favour of the law on the final day of the National People’s Congress (NPC). The measure is seen as a possible olive branch to the US as negotiators […]

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With the RTI Law in Place, Rafale Deal Secrets Can’t Be Called ‘Stolen’

File photo of police stopping Indian Youth Congress members during a protest over the Rafale deal in new Delhi on September For discovering an incriminating document from the defence department, a journalist is threatened. For attaching those documents to a public interest litigation, a lawyer is threatened with prosecution under the Official Secrets Act. The […]

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Disability Lawyers: Four Ways to Verify Ability and Reputation

If you have a disability and are looking to file with the Social Security Administration, then you may want to invest in a lawyer. While it is possible to file on your own, you are more likely to be approved when you have counsel. That being said the SSA does have a list of illnesses […]

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Former White House counsel Don McGahn returns to law firm

Trump nominates Kavanaugh seat replacement 01:00 (CNN)Former White House counsel Don McGahn will return to the law firm Jones Day, he told CNN on Sunday. “I enjoy the practice of law and I look forward to coming back to Jones Day,” McGahn told CNN. “I’m going to practice law. No paid corporate speeches and no […]

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