Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Trevon Diggs lead Dallas Cowboys to defeat of Philadelphia Eagles on MNF

The Dallas Cowboys never trailed as they easily defeated the Philadelphia Eagles to take over first place in the NFC East.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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United States: News From 2nd & State - Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC

After a nearly three month recess, the House of Representatives and Senate were back in session this week to continue the 2021-22 legislative session.
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Slow moving turtle delays five planes at Japan airport

Airport workers occasionally remove stray cats and racoon dogs from the runway but turtle sightings are rareTurtles on a Runway probably will never rival Snakes on a Plane for dramatic effect, but one reptile has made headlines after an innocent amble along the tarmac at Japan’s second-busiest airport, delaying five planes.The turtle, which weighs just over 2kg, was seen moving slowly along the tarmac at Narita international airport near Tokyo on Friday morning, prompting a pilot preparing for t...
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United States: What We're Reading – September 24, 2021 - Mintz

Welcome to Fall 2021! We're trying to curate some of the week's privacy and cybersecurity news to keep you up-to-date:
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Canada: BHP Gives Green Light To Jansen Potash Project In Saskatchewan, Canada - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

The Agribusiness sector is one of Canada's fastest growing industries that is deeply woven into our economic, technological and social fabric.
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United States: NY HERO Act Update: DOL Publishes Revised Model Protocol, Clarifies That Fully-Vaccinated Workforces Need Not Mask - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

The New York Department of Labor published a revised Model Airborne Infectious Disease Exposure Prevention Plan.
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NBA legend says unvaccinated players should be disciplined

CNN's Don Lemon talks with legendary NBA star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar about players in the league choosing to not get vaccinated or disclose their vaccine status.
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Canada: Do I Have The Right To Have My Lawyer Present When Being Interviewed By OHS Officers? - McLennan Ross LLP

Under the OHS Act, a person is statutorily obligated to provide the information to the OHS Officer when asked, and to tell the truth.
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American siblings return home after three years under Chinese ‘exit ban’

Cynthia and Victor Liu’s release follows the US ending a legal case against Huawei executive Meng WanzhouTwo American siblings prevented from leaving China since 2018 have returned to the United States, their release coming shortly after the United States ended a legal case against a top Huawei executive.Cynthia and Victor Liu returned to America over the weekend, according to a US official, after more than three years during which they were not allowed to leave China under an “exit ban” despite...
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Luxembourg: Temporary Entry Restrictions For Third-Country Nationals Extended - Envoy Global, Inc.

Temporary travel restrictions on the entry into Luxembourg for select third-country nationals residing outside the EU extended until Dec. 31, 2021.
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UK: Professional Liability Online Seminar Series – Solicitors' And Barristers' Negligence (Video) - Gatehouse Chambers

James Hall and Jack Dillon discuss the recent cases of MBS v Grant Thornton and Khan v Meadows and their impact on scope of duty in claims against solicitors and barristers,
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United States: Global Aims For Sustainable Gains: The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, Part I - Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd

Corporate sustainability encompasses a wide range of economic, environmental, and social concerns. As an organization, you may reasonably ask yourself where to start as you endeavor to address this topic.
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Canada: CSA/IIROC Issue Marketing And Social Media Guidance For Crypto Trading Platforms - Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Yesterday, CSA and IIROC Staff published Staff Notice 21-330: Guidance for Crypto-Trading Platforms: Requirements relating to Advertising, Marketing and Social Media Use. In the guidance, ...
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Obama weighs in on spending bill stalemate

Former President Barack Obama weighed in on the spending bill, arguing the wealthiest Americans can afford to pick up the tab for the $3.5 trillion bill.
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Brillante Mendoza’s ‘Gensan Punch’ Set as HBO Original Movie (EXCLUSIVE)

“Gensan Punch,” the upcoming film by celebrated Filipino director Brillante Mendoza (“Kinatay,” “Ma’ Rosa,” “Alpha: The Right To Kill”), has been set as an HBO Asia Original movie. It will become available on regional streaming service HBO Go in the next few months. Ahead of that, the film will have its world premiere next month […]
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‘Forbidden’ Gives Thailand a Role in Busan’s Debut On Screen Section

The first two episodes of Thai language series “Forbidden” have been selected to premiere as part of the Busan International Film Festival’s new On Screen section. The supernatural thriller is targeted at young adults. It is produced as an eight-part HBO Asia Original and will pay on regional streaming service HBO Go and HBO later […]
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Mystery and Romance Genres Dominate Busan’s Expanding E-IP Market

Mystery-themed content is a key strand of the E-IP market set to take place next month alongside the Busan International Film Festival. The pitching and intellectual property trading event (Oct. 11-14, 2021) is the only component of Busan’s Asian Content and Film Market this year that will be operated as a hybrid combining both online […]
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United States: A Look At AIA § 3(n)(2): Part Two Of A Two-Part Series On AIA § 3(n) Effective Filing Date Provisions - Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

Interpreting the language of the America Invents Act (AIA) remains an exciting challenge. The effective date provisions of the AIA transition sections 3(n)(1) and 3(n)(2) are no exceptions.
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Trump won her county by almost 30 points, but election clerk claims voting issues

Officials are investigating the actions of Republican county election clerk, Tina Peters, who is alleged to have been involved in a reported breach of the Mesa County election system. CNN's Ed Lavandera has the details.
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Election official teams up with MyPillow CEO to push election lies

Officials are investigating the actions of Republican county election clerk, Tina Peters, who is alleged to have been involved in a reported breach of the Mesa County election system. CNN's Ed Lavandera has the details.
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Australia Covid live news update: Victoria’s daily case numbers officially overtake NSW; new Qld restrictions after four local cases

Victoria records 867 Covid cases and four deaths; NSW records 863 cases and seven deaths; ACT records 13 new cases; home testing approved by TGA; Byron and Tweed to come out of lockdown as scheduled. Follow the latest updates liveQueensland scrambles to contain Brisbane Covid outbreak ahead of NRL grand finalRapid antigen Covid home testing could be available from NovemberNSW Covid roadmap explainedRestrictions: Vic, NSW; borders: Vic, NSW5km and 10km from home map: check your travel radiusVacci...
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Goldman Sachs cuts China growth forecast over power outages

The country has seen electricity shortages that have left some factories and homes without power.
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Ireland: Construction / Infrastructure Update September 2021 - Matheson

In this edition, we outline the key drivers impacting the contraction of the professional indemnity insurance market in Ireland over the last few years.
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Homeland Security Shielded Trump By Ignoring Putin, White Supremacy Risks, Ex-Insider Says

That's why it would be a "disaster" if Trump regained the White House, said newly retired DHS official Brian Murphy.
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Canada: Supreme Court Of Canada's Decision Warns Plaintiffs: Act On Potential Claims - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

A plaintiff is typically required to commence an action within two years of when they ‘knew or ought to have known' they had a claim against the other party; failure to do so may result in their claim being dismissed...
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Female Afghan judges hunted by the murderers they convicted

Six former female judges who have gone into hiding speak to the BBC from secret locations across the country.
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Female Afghan judges hunted by killers they jailed

Six former female judges who have gone into hiding speak to the BBC from secret locations across the country.
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UK: Dismissal Was Not Because Of Whistleblowing But Because Of Poor Interpersonal Skills - Wrigleys Solicitors

Dismissal was unfair but decision-maker was not motivated by protected disclosures.
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Need a new iPhone 13 display? Better read this first

Owners of Apple’s latest iPhone, take note. If you replace your iPhone 13 display via an unauthorized third-party service, Face ID will stop working.
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United States: Third-Party Uses And Registrations Show Weakness Of Cited Mark ASCENT; TTAB Reverses 2(d) Refusal Of ASCENT FEDERAL CREDIT UNION - Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, P.C.

The Board reversed a Section 2(d) refusal of ASCENT FEDERAL CREDIT UNION for "Credit union services, namely, providing checking and savings accounts, mortgage lending, savings and loan services, bill payment,...
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