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Barr warned Trump that he would lose the election because suburban voters 'just think you're a fucking asshole,' book says

President Donald Trump stands with Attorney General William Barr during the 38th Annual National Peace Officers' Memorial Service at the U.S. Capitol, Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Washington. AP Photo/Evan Vucci Barr cautioned Trump in April 2020 that he was risking his reelection chances, a new book says. He told Trump suburban GOP voters thought he was an "asshole" and didn't care about his "fucking grievances." "The main problem," Barr reportedly added, "is you think you're a...
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1 Dead, 1 Injured In South Sacramento Crash

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — One person died and another was in critical condition after a crash in South Sacramento Wednesday night, police said. According to the Sacramento Police Department, the crash happened during the evening along Freeport Boulevard near Blair Avenue. The deceased was pronounced dead at the scene while the other person remains in the hospital. Their identities are unknown at this time. Police said southbound Freeport Boulevard at Blair would remain closed for an extended period o...
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United States: Washington, DC Ban On Non-Competes Delayed To April 2022 – September 2021 Update - Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

As we discussed in our March 2021 update, the District of Columbia's Ban on Non-Compete Agreements Amendment Act of 2020 was expected to become enforceable this fall with the passage of the District's Fiscal Year 2022 budget.
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Nigeria: Several Bans Of Nigeria - TNP

As the global economy transitions from a dependence on natural resources, and the focus shifts towards innovation in the provision of services, some of the most valuable companies today are privately owned Fintech companies ...
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China: SPC Overturned Its Earlier Opinion On Whether OEM Constitutes Trademark Infringement - ELLALAN

Many foreign companies engage original equipment manufacturer ("OEM") in Mainland China to manufacture their products exclusively for exports purpose only and do not distribute their products...
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'America's Got Talent' finale: Magician Dustin Tavella wins Season 16 in star-studded finale

Dustin Tavella was crowned the Season 16 winner during Wednesday's live season finale following "the closest vote ever," host Terry Crews revealed.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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UK: Brexit, Brand Owners And Their Trade Marks - ELLALAN

The United Kingdom (UK) left the European Union (EU) in 2020. The Brexit transition period also ended on 31 December 2020 and EU IP rights ceased to protect owners in the UK after that date.
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Hong Kong: A Case Study Showing How Conducting And Keeping Good Records Of Due Diligence May Save Your Domain Name One Day - ELLALAN

In 2019 alone, there were 15.2 million trademark filings worldwide, and by the end of 2019, there were over 58 million active trademark registrations around the world.
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Hong Kong: CNIPA Released First Batch Of IP Rights Administrative Enforcement - ELLALAN

As part of its continuous effort to develop better intellectual property ("IP") right protection and enforcement practise, the China National Intellectual Property Administration ("CNIPA") has...
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A statue of a Tasmanian colonist has been covered up. Should it ever return?

Amid a global call to tear down offensive statues, one Australian city council is asking: what do we do with ours?A large bronze statue of a noble-looking white man stands in a park in central nipaluna/Hobart. Adjacent to the city’s bus mall, it honours William Lodewyk Crowther, a doctor and early premier of Tasmania.Crowther is praised on the accompanying plaque for his “long and zealous political and professional service in this colony.” But the plaque makes no mention of William Lanne, the pa...
Tags: Australia news, Culture, Statues, Indigenous Australians, Tasmania, Crowther, Hobart Adjacent, William Lodewyk Crowther, William Lanne


Miami Dolphins Press Conference

DT Christian Wilkins met with the media on September 15, 2021, presented by Baptist Health. NOW PLAYING video Christian Wilkins - September 15 | Press Conference DT Christian Wilkins met with the media on September 15, 2021, presented by B
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United States: Epic v Apple: Apple Must Allow Other Forms Of In-App Purchase - Preiskel & Co

On 10 September 2021, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers issued an injunction in the Epic v Apple case. Apps cannot be restricted from directing users to other payment options, in addition to the ones offered by Apple.
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UK power prices soar after key cable hit by blaze

British electricity prices for the following day jumped by 19% to £475 per megawatt hour.
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United States: California Privacy Protection Agency Board Meets To Review The CPRA Rulemaking Process - Alston & Bird

On September 7 and 8, 2021, the California Privacy Protection Agency ("CPPA") Board held a public virtual meeting regarding the rulemaking process under the California Privacy Rights Act ("CPRA").
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Tropical Depression Nicholas is stationary over Louisiana and dropping heavy rain on some coastal states

Tropical Depression Nicholas has stalled and is threatening to bring dangerous flash flooding along the central Gulf Coast over the next few days -- including in Louisiana, which still is staggering from the devastation of last month's Hurricane Ida.
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Australia news live update: Morrison says submarine deal marks ‘new era’; NSW records 1,351 Covid cases and 12 deaths; picnics to return in Melbourne

Paul Keating slams submarine deal, warning of US-China tensions; Australian nuclear-powered submarines will be banned from entering NZ waters; Victoria records 514 new local Covid cases – follow all today’s news and Covid updatesAustralia nuclear submarine deal: defence pact with US and UK means $90bn contract with France will be scrappedFears vulnerable people on NDIS will be left unvaccinated when NSW reopensSolid legal basis for NSW vaccine mandates to enter businesses, expert saysVictoria’s ...
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NASA video shows the cramped quarters where SpaceX's 4 civilian passengers will live for 3 days

The Inspiration4 crew sits inside a model Crew Dragon spaceship. Left to right: Chris Sembroski, Sian Proctor, Jared Isaacman, and Hayley Arceneaux. SpaceX SpaceX just launched its first tourist crew into Earth's orbit aboard its Crew Dragon spaceship. The mission, called Inspiration4, will have four civilians orbiting in the spaceship for three days. NASA astronauts' video from inside the ship shows how cramped their quarters will be. See more stories on Insider's business pag...
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Canada: Directors' Liability And Section 160 Assessments - Barrett Tax Law

Under Canadian tax law, directors of a corporation can be held personally liable for certain components of a corporation's tax debt which the corporation cannot pay, such as in the case of an insolvency.
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Canada: Tax Guidance With Respect To Real Estate Property For Canadian Non-Residents - Barrett Tax Law

When a non-resident of Canada earns income from a rental property or disposes of a real property in Canada, the tenant or purchaser may be required to withhold certain amount of tax which is usually 25% and remit that to the CRA.
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United States: Recent Court Order Reminds Importers To Carefully Review First Sale For Export Claims For "Nonmarket Influences" - Torres Law, PLLC

The First Sale for Export Valuation option, a method by which the price of merchandise in a multi-tier transaction is set by the party originating the sale – usually a factory/manufacturer – has been around for decades.
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United States: Does The Supreme Court Prefer To Review Final Judgments? (Civil Cases, 2000-2009) - Arnold & Porter

Last week, we began our review of a new question: is the conventional wisdom which posits that the Supreme Court only reviews final judgments (making a petition for review under any other ...
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United States: Does The Supreme Court Prefer To Review Final Judgments In Criminal Cases (2000-2009)? - Arnold & Porter

This time, we're reviewing the data on final judgments in criminal cases for the years 2000 through 2009. First, we calculate the percentage of non-death criminal cases that arose from final judgments of conviction.
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Aukus submarines banned from New Zealand as pact exposes divide with western allies

Experts say Aukus military deal underlines Australia’s increasingly close alignment with the US on China – and New Zealand’s relative distanceNew Zealand is not part of a new security pact between Australia, the UK and US, in what experts say is an illustration of the distance between the country and its traditional allies.On Wednesday, the three countries announced a trilateral security partnership, Aukus, aimed at confronting China, which will include helping Australia to build nuclear-powered...
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Opinion: Biden is priming the pump for Trump Part Deux

Let's be clear: For most people Joe Biden was not elected last November to get us out of Afghanistan. His election was not a blank check to oversee a dramatic expansion of the federal government. His victory wasn't even wholly about halting the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, although surely that was top of mind for many voters at the time.


United States: Regulatory Changes Impact Leasehold Condominiums In New York - Holland & Knight

The leasehold condominium structure has become a popular way for landlords and nonprofit entities to establish or modify their relationship to permit space that the...
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United States: Foley Weekly Automotive Report - Foley & Lardner

This report helps automotive suppliers inform their legal and operational decisions to help address challenges and opportunities.
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Canada: Carbon Border Tax & The Risk Of Trade Disputes - Miller Thomson LLP

The European Union announced a series of ambitious plans that has been dubbed as the "European Green Deal."
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Canada: A Cautionary Tale For Employers: Russell v The Brick Warehouse LP - WeirFoulds LLP

In Russell v The Brick Warehouse LP, 2021 ONSC 4822 Justice Vella of the Superior Court of Ontario awarded a terminated employee $25,000 in moral damages due to the employer's unfair dealing during the course of termination.
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‘Despicable’: Sydney police stop Muslim mourners from watching funerals from cars

NSW police say people were in breach of public health orders as four men arrested at Rookwood cemeteryFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesNSW Covid vaccination rate by postcode – check your suburbNSW restrictions; border restrictionsCovid vaccine rollout and rates tracker; cases, trends and data trackerGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingIn Islam, it is essential that the dead are buried as soon as possible. The body is washed, prayed over, taken to the cemetery and...
Tags: Health, Religion, Australia news, Islam, Death and dying, New South Wales, Sydney, Australian police and policing, Coronavirus, COVID


GoPro drops teaser video for Hero10 camera ahead of Thursday’s reveal

GoPro has just dropped a slick teaser video for the Hero10 Black action camera, which is set to launch on Thursday, September 16.
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