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Accused Christchurch mosque shooter pleads guilty to killing 51 people

The man accused of murdering 51 worshippers at two Christchurch mosques last year has changed his plea to guilty, according to New Zealand Police.
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McDonald's pulls all-day breakfast menu to 'simplify operations' amid coronavirus pandemic

McDonald's is temporarily pulling its coveted all-day breakfast menu to streamline operations as the coronavirus pandemic strains day-to-day affairs.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Long delays as Queensland-NSW border closed for first time since Spanish flu in 1919

Police patrol checkpoint to prevent spread of coronavirus but some motorists question whether methods are strict enough • Follow our latest Australia coronavirus blog for live news and updates The last time the Queensland-New South Wales border was closed, 101 years ago, authorities built a between Coolangatta and Tweed Heads.On Thursday, the border was declared “closed” for the first time since the Spanish Flu outbreak of 1919. But there was no barbed wire. There were no roadblocks separating...
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Senate Passes Multi-Trillion Dollar Bailout — Now In House’s Hands

Next, the House will consider the $2.2 trillion economic rescue package.
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UPDATE: Senate Passes Multi-Trillion Dollar Bailout — Now In House’s Hands

Next the House will consider the $2.2 trillion dollar economic rescue package.
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The scariest aspects of the coronavirus are what we can't see on TV

A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter.
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The scariest aspects of coronavirus are what we can't see on TV

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Coronavirus: US Senate passes $2tn disaster aid bill

The largest government economic stimulus in US history is approved, despite a last-minute row.
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Songwriters, Self-Employed Music Workers Eligible for Relief in Federal Stimulus Bill

Songwriters, along with other “gig economy” workers in the music industry ranging from producers to roadies, will be eligible for grants and loans under the $2 trillion stimulus bill passed by the Senate in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the advocacy organizations Songwriters of North America and Nashville Songwriters Association International announced today. (The House […]
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Songwriters and Other Self-Employed Music Workers Eligible for Federal Relief in $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill

Songwriters, along with other “gig economy” workers in the music industry ranging from producers to roadies, will be eligible for grants and loans under the $2 trillion stimulus bill passed by the Senate in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the advocacy organizations Songwriters of North America and Nashville Songwriters Association International announced today. (The House […]
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Senate Approves Massive $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Bill

The Senate voted on Wednesday to approve a $2 trillion bill to cushion the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, including hundreds of billions for companies and a massive expansion of unemployment benefits. The Senate voted 96-0 to approve the measure, after two votes earlier in week failed along party lines. The House of Representatives […]
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United States: COVID-19 Immigration Agency Suspensions And Cancellations 3/21/20 - Duane Morris LLP

The Duane Morris Immigration Team is dedicated to providing the most up to date information and zealous advocacy on behalf of our clients during the COVID-19 emergency
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New York Struggles With Coronavirus, U.S. Deaths Top 1,000

Worldwide, the death toll climbed past 21,000, according to a running count kept by Johns Hopkins University.
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New York Hospital Creates Makeshift Morgue, U.S. Deaths Top 1,000

Worldwide, the death toll climbed past 21,000, according to a running count kept by Johns Hopkins University.
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United States: President Trump Signs The Families First Coronavirus Response Act - Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart

The law does not contain any changes to the House versions of the legislation that were passed on March 14, 2020, and March 16, 2020.
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UK: The New ‘Economic Crime' Levy: What It Means For Your Business. - BCL Solicitors LLP

The government announced in its latest budget plans to introduce a new £100m levy on companies to fight economic crimes.
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Canada: Property Division In Family Matters: Is Age Relevant? - Clark Wilson LLP

Property division is a hotly contested issue in many family law matters. Family property is usually divisible 50-50, unless one party successfully argues for a reapportionment of family assets.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN's Chris Cuomo how he's...

Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN's Chris Cuomo how he's able to stay "cautiously optimistic" while dealing with the global coronavirus pandemic, adding that he expects the world will see the virus again.
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Turkey: Coronavirus Support Package Announced On 18 March 2020 And Its Effects On Sectoral Basis - Gun + Partners

After first seen in December 2019 in Wuhan, China, the coronavirus -which leads to Covid-19 disease- has spread to 192 countries in only three months.
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John Elway: Adding Melvin Gordon gives Broncos “one-two punch” at running back

The Denver Broncos ranked just 20th in rushing last season as the combination of Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay at running back couldn't overcome scattered quarterback play and struggles on the offensive line. Broncos General Manager John Elway is hopeful that the addition of Melvin Gordon through free agency will be one move that helps [more]
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Romania: Legal Implications Of The COVID-19 Epidemic - Kinstellar

The summary below describes some of the legal aspects relevant to our clients regarding the emergence of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Romania.
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If you have coronavirus, shout it from the rooftops

Pandemics aren't secret. But too many of us are treating the novel coronavirus as if it's a private affair, and that will get people killed. For much of the confusion, thank a suite of federal laws regulating health information, all poorly designed for our current predicament.
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If you've got coronavirus, don't keep it secret

Pandemics aren't secret. But too many of us are treating the novel coronavirus as if it's a private affair, and that will get people killed. For much of the confusion, thank a suite of federal laws regulating health information, all poorly designed for our current predicament.
Tags: News, Stories


If you have Covid-19, shout it from the rooftops

Pandemics aren't secret. But too many of us are treating the novel coronavirus as if it's a private affair, and that will get people killed. For much of the confusion, thank a suite of federal laws regulating health information, all poorly designed for our current predicament.
Tags: News, Stories, COVID


India: Valid Claiming Of Priority Rights In Patent Applications - Obhan & Associates

On 16 January 2020, the European Patent Office (EPO) Board of Appeal revoked a patent related to CRISPR/Cas9 technology ...
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United States: Pennsylvania Issues Order Closing All Non-Life Sustaining Businesses - Reed Smith

On March 19, 2020, in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf issued an order directing all non-life-sustaining businesses to close their physical locations effective
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United States: House Passes Technical Corrections To COVID-19 Relief Bill – One Small Word Creates Many Big Questions - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Late Monday night, the House passed a technical corrections package to HR 6201.
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United States: USTR Implements New Section 301 Exclusions For Certain Medical Products In Wake Of Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Duane Morris LLP

As concerns surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) escalate, U.S. trade policy is aligning with the country's medical needs.
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Malta: Coronavirus Faqs: Statutory Limitations And Filing Periods - WH Partners

In a recent client update here, we discussed the measures adopted by the Superintendent of Public Health in Malta and the unprecedented suspension of legal and judicial timeframes...
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