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Memorandum on Continuation of Exercise of Certain Authorities Under Trading With Enemy Act 8 September
Injuries to youth by law enforcement
SFF Secures Win for Transferring Firearms in Deceased Estate
ASIC publishes guidance on breach reporting
How Cancer Council’s Pro Bono Program can help those affected by cancer
Breaching biosecurity doesn’t pay off
Law Council of Australia welcomes appointment of Human Rights Commissioner
Swooping September is upon us
On Military Seizure of Power in Guinea
ABA Statement on AUSTRAC risk assessment report
Not one voice representing working women at Summit
Salvadoran Re-Election Ruling Undermines Democracy
Court halts logging in unburnt forest refuge
World Bank to Support Land Administration, Titling in Lao PDR
Law change needed to strip citizenship from violent offenders
Department of Defense Disestablishes Chief Management Office
CMA launches next wave of action in PCR testing market
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris Issues Statement on Supreme Court Ruling on Texas Law SB8
International day of victims of enforced disappearances UK statement
Look for flexibility when booking travel
Alex Gow Funerals pays penalty for allegedly misleading consumers on funeral pricing
Statement from Vice President on New Texas Voting Restrictions
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris Issues Statement on Texas Law SB8
Statement by President Joe Biden on Texas Law SB8
United States and Seychelles Become Partners Under Hague Abduction Convention
Charity Commission concludes compliance case involving Runnymede Trust
Mayor Wendy Waller condemns recent anti-lockdown protests in Liverpool
Call for EOI Regulatory Review of Malaysia’s Competition Law on State-owned enterprises
Slovakia Constitution Day
Allens advises Livingbridge on its acquisition of Everlight Radiology
Bill Signed 1 September
Public opinion invited on boating safety
It’s Complex System When Even Cops Get It Wrong
Can an employer dock the pay of unvaccinated employees in Australia?
ICRC Launches Missing Persons Lebanon Community and Calls for Swift Operationalization of National Commission for Missing
Legal win for abuse survivor against Anglican Church could assist other Queensland survivors
Statement by Global Coalition to Defeat Daesh/ISIS
Nats align with animal Rights extremists on POCTAA
U.S. Navy, Coast Guard Transit Taiwan Strait
U.S. Navy, Coast Guard Tansit Taiwan Strait
HSF advises bank syndicate on acquisition of HELLA by Faurecia
Amendments to Migration and Citizenship Bill places right to fair hearing at risk
Rules regarding use of ‘cosmetic surgeon’ title needed to protect patients
Funding certainty to help Law Access meet pro bono demand
50 years of voting rights for women in Swiss Confederation
Trials of former Spanish judge lack independence, impartiality: landmark case
Environment Agency weeds out waste villains
Baltasar Garzón trials were arbitrary and failed to comply with principles of judicial independence and impartiality – UN Committee