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CBP Targets Battery Tech for UFLPA Enforcement

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently indicated potential increased scrutiny of battery technology under the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (“UFLPA,” or the “Act”). Although the Act covers essentially all trade touching China’s Xinjiang region, it specifically lists cotton, polysilicon, and tomatoes as high-priority sectors for enforcement. Recent CBP actions indicate battery technologies are also […]

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The push for legal weed faces hostile ground in red states

However, Missouri has not yet been awarded microbusiness licenses, which were included in the legalization framework as a way to help small entrepreneurs and people harmed by disproportionate drug enforcement. The framework faced criticism from grassroots advocates during the legalization campaign because it bars microbusiness licenses from doing business with other licenses. MISSISSIPPI The Magnolia

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VoIP-Pal Provides Legal Update on the Status of Current Patent Litigation

WACO, Texas, June 26, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — VoIP-Pal.com Inc. (“VoIP-Pal”, “Company”) (OTCQB: VPLM) is pleased to provide a legal update of recent developments in the current patent litigation. At a hearing held on June 12, 2023, in Case No. 6:20-CV-00272-THERE IS the Court granted VoIP-Pal’s motion to consider the Court’s final construction of the

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Kahnawake was unimpressed with consultations on Quebec Indigenous language law

The Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) community on Montreal’s South Shore has joined the growing number of groups against Quebec’s proposed Indigenous languages ​​bill, criticizing the CAQ government’s “ingenuine consultation process.” The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake has been critical of François Legault’s government’s Bill 96 (An Act respecting French, the official and common language of Quebec) since it

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Policy Developments at the UN regarding the Safety of Journalists

Author: Dr. Gemma Horton (University of Sheffield) Safety of Journalists In recent years, the threats that journalists face in their work have grown considerably. The development of technology has meant that journalists are subject to online violence for the work that they do, particularly women who are being targeted and are vulnerable to such attacks

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Harvard Law Review Elects Apsara Iyer as 137th President | News

Apsara A. Iyer, a second-year law student at Harvard Law School, was elected the 137th president of the Harvard Law Review, becoming the first Indian American woman to hold the position. The Law Review, founded in 1887, is among the oldest student-run legal scholarship publications. Previous editors of the organization include Supreme Court Justices Stephen

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IDI Threatens to Hold More Massive Protests if the Omnibus Law Health Bill is Passed

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Slamet Budiarto, Deputy Chairperson of the Executive Board (PB) of the Indonesian Doctors Association (PB IDI), said that his institution would stage a bigger protest if the DPR passed the Health Omnibus Law Draft (RUU). Currently, the Health Bill is being discussed by the Legislation Body (Baleg) of the DPR RI because

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