Archive | October, 2013

Lawyer Spent 12 Years Sueing Ex-wife, Family

27 Oct

26 (UPI) — Roma parents are at risk of having their children seized after a Greek Roma family’s non-biological daughter was taken from them, a human rights activist said. Greek authorities removed a 4-year-old blond-haired, blue-eyed girl known as Maria from a Roma camp after a DNA test found that the couple she was living with were not her biological parents. On Friday, Bulgarian authorities confirmed that a woman named Sasha Ruseva, 35, is Maria’s biological mother. Two more blond-haired, blue-eyed Roma children were also taken from their families in Ireland this week, but were returned after DNA tests confirmed their parents were biological.

Lawyer: San Francisco hospital staffer saw body in stairwell days earlier

The revelation was the latest development in a case that may be on hiatus but never seems to take a break. On Monday, Rodriguez’s attorneys convened a press briefing in Midtown to announce they had a “whistle-blower” who would corroborate many of the charges in their lawsuit. But they were forced to cancel it after Horowitz issued an injunctive order prohibiting members of either camp from speaking to the media.

The 57-year-old Spalding was admitted to the hospital September 19. She was reported missing two days later. On October 8, the body found in an exterior stairwell in the building was identified as Spalding.

Daveys theory is he is the victim of a vast conspiracy, said commercial litigator David Wrobel, who represents home buyer Brian Costello. He wont give up despite every decision going against him. Even after a Manhattan Supreme Court dismissed the suit against Costello this year, Davey filed a wacky motion to safeguard the integrity of courts on Oct. 3. Justice delayed is justice denied, Davey wrote in the motion, in which he compared himself to a Madoff whistleblower. Consider claims against Kobe Bryant and others, as well as wrongful actions of women against men, Davey added.


The Myrie Judgement: Community Law Vs National Law

17 Oct

It also explained what the ‘inadequate’ result means. A school that has serious weaknesses is inadequate overall and requires significant improvement but leadership and management are judged to be Grade 3 or better. This school will receive regular monitoring by Ofsted inspectors.

Judgement House focuses on impact of decisions

In that regard, the Court is correct to view the Conference Decision as “another step in furthering the community goal of free movement…?” see paragraph 62. Free movement of nationals is essential to the achievement of the rights of establishment and the provision of services. See paragraph 60 of the judgement. The centrality of the principle of free movement of nationals within the community is beyond question.

Bobobee saw it very strange as to why solicitors of claimants should protest to the Land Valuation Board that Administrator of Stool Lands should not disburse compensations to their clients and yet the issue was not brought to their attention. She submitted that the Land Valuation Board was in a conflict of interest position because they determined the value of the lands and turned around to pay compensations. According to the Administrator of the Office of the Stool Lands, it was precisely because of the potential conflict of interest that the framers of the constitution defined the roles of the two state institutions. She said the Land Valuation Board was due to determine the value of the lands acquired by the state and to allow the Administrator of the Office of the Stool Lands to pay compensation for such lands.

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Judge Dismisses Much Of Lawsuit Over D.c. School Closures, But Allows Civil-rights Claims To Move Forward

12 Oct

activists said they were pleased with the ruling. Were happy that we can still litigate on some of the counts around discrimination, said Daniel del Pielago, an organizer for the group. Were still in the game. A spokesman for the D.C. Office of the Attorney General, whose lawyers are representing Henderson and Gray in the case, declined to comment.

Judge strikes down Bloomberg’s ‘Taxi of Tomorrow’

That way, passengers and cabbies alike could see which cars work best. Automakers would have an incentive to improve their cabs to make sales.

Judge dismisses lawsuit over Google’s browser tracking

Follow @stevenmusil A federal judge has dismissed a class-action lawsuit against Google, finding that the Web giant’s browser cookie-tracking practices had not caused them any harm. The lawsuit, which was filed in February 2012 by users of Web browsers from Apple and Microsoft, accused Google and three other online advertising companies of having “tricked” the Web browsers into accepting cookies that enabled Google to serve the plaintiffs targeted advertising. The lawsuit was filed soon after it was revealed that Google used special code to get around users’ privacy controls in Safari and Internet Explorer in order to track users on computers and mobile devices. While agreeing that the companies bypassed the browsers’ privacy settings, US District Judge Sue Robinson wrote in her 25-page opinion (see below) released Wednesday that the plaintiffs did not demonstrate that they suffered harm as a result of their personal information being collected and sold.

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan Hosts Officer Training On Search Warrants

7 Oct

25 for training on the process of applying for and obtaining search warrants. Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan provided the training to instruct officers on the search warrant application process, legal steps to obtaining cell phone and Internet Service Provider information, and ways to obtain GPS and other location based information as part of an ongoing investigation. The use of search warrants, administrative subpoenas and location tracking are vital law enforcement tools used during investigations and require judicial approval.

Mail On Sunday Apologises For ‘terrible Lapse Of Judgement’ After Reporter Gatecrashed Memorial Service For Ed Miliband’s Uncle

4 Oct

The list goes on talk about kettles and pots. If anyone excels in denigrating and vilifying modern Britain it is the Daily Mail. Others went so far as to suggest that there might have been an element of anti-Semitism in the Mails attack. Writing in the Jewish Chronicle, the columnist Jonathan Freedland said: When it comes to Jews, the Mails core accusations have a long and unhappy history. Jews have perennially been charged with disloyalty, even those Jews, like Miliband Snr, who have worn their countrys uniform and risked their lives in war.

Supreme Court judgement: Amaechi knows fate today

The money, he indicated, was to be paid within three months but GNPA was able to pay more than GH540,000 within the agreed period, leaving a balance of GH450,000. According to Mr. Kumasi, it was the unpaid amount that the New World Investment took to court in 2007. However, Sole Commissioner Justice Apau was baffled that only GH450,000 was the unpaid sum left and yet New World Investment went to court demanding GH1.7 million.

Judgement against Sumter hospital reduced by $39M

After a four-week trial, a 10-person jury ruled in favor of the government, saying Tuomey did, in fact, file 21,730 false claims for procedures performed by 19 local doctors operating under lucrative part-time contracts with the hospital. During the trial, the government convinced the jury that by paying the doctors as much as they did for their services, Tuomey was, in effect, paying an illegal kickback to these physicians with a portion of the Medicare funds the hospital collected for hosting the procedures. Officials with the hospital said Tuesday they would continue to pursue a post-judgment settlement with the government, which, if reached, would prevent the case from going to the appellate court.

Judgement Debt Chief Chases Companies

In one of the appeals, Governor Amaechi is challenging the decision of the Court of Appeal to join former Governor of the State, Celestine Omehia in the matter, while the second appeal was filed by Chief Cyprain Chukwu. Chukwu had initiated the substantive case to determine when the tenure of Governor Amaechi commenced, following a time-table published by INEC in 2010 for governorship election in Rivers State in August, 2011. He contended that since the Supreme Court had in 2007 ruled that it was the Peoples Democratic Party that won the April governorship election in Rivers State that year, Amaechis tenure should start counting on May 29 of the same year and not October 26 when he was sworn in after taking over from former governor, Celestine Omehia.