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Affidavit Evidence During a Pandemic

So you have a dog nipping at your feet, a child pulling on your sleeve, something cooking on the stove, and your phone rings in the middle of your Zoom conference call. The affidavit that you have open on your computer certainly isn’t getting your undivided attention. This probably isn’t going to be your best work. Justice Myers of the Superior Court of Justice heard a consent motion to transfer a case under Rule 13.1.02 (2) in Polgampalage v Devani. Although these motions can be rather routine,...
Tags: Law, Toronto, Windsor, Myers, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Windsor Court, Substantive Law: Judicial Decisions, Ontario Limited, Devani, Hudson 's Bay Company ULC, Justice Myers of the Superior Court of Justice, Polgampalage

The 15 best hotels in New Orleans, from boutique hotels in the French Quarter to well-known chains like Ace and Ritz-Carlton

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. TripAdvisor New Orleans is known for its colorful festival culture, delicious cuisine, and historic neighborhoods. Though Mardi Gras parades are canceled this year due to COVID-19, there's still plenty to enjoy.We rounded up the best New Orleans hotels for every budget and included in-depth reviews for all. Read more: Is it safe to stay in a hotel right now? An infectious disease doctor, a cleaning...
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The best hotels in New Orleans

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. TripAdvisor With its colorful festival culture, buzzy food and drink, vibrant music scene, and historic neighborhoods, New Orleans is an attractive destination year-round. There are dozens of hotels from international chains to unique, independent inns and historic hotels, plus a new wave of design-forward hotels springing up. Entry-level rooms can be found at four-star hotels under $100 a night, r...
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Why These 12 Only-In-New Orleans Experiences Need To Go On Your Bucket List

One of the things we love about New Orleans is that it offers a little something for everyone. Whether you’re in the mood for live music, local cuisine, unique shopping, or just grabbing a mint julep at a corner bar, you can find it there. The city is not just LGBTQ friendly. It is LGBTQ. People are warm and accepting because, as the saying goes, down on the bayou, “You gotta be nice or leave.” Scroll down for 12 things you must do the next time you’re in the city that care forgot… 1. The Count...
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93-year-old Aurora man dies in traffic crash

A 93-year-old Aurora man died after his minivan collided with an SUV near Sugar Grove, police said. About 12:40 p.m., Peter Mickle, 93, was traveling west in his Chrysler minivan on Hankes Road west of Windsor Court, according to a news release from the Kane County sheriff's office. For an unknown...
Tags: Chrysler, Aurora, Kane County, Sugar Grove, Windsor Court, Peter Mickle, Hankes Road

Police Updates: Burglary arrest; bottle rocket fires and mailbox vandalism

Chester Police Chief Rick Cloud said Tuesday that 26-year-old Mike Farnsworth was arrested in Springfield Monday night and was to be arraigned today in Windsor Court on charges of burglary, grand larceny, unlawful mischief, possession of stolen property and aiding in the commission of a felony. The charges include the theft of $7,500 in construction equipment and tools stolen on Nov. 2 from a facility on Route 11 in Chester.
Tags: Springfield, Chester Police, Rick Cloud, Mike Farnsworth, Windsor Court

Allan Katz and Danae Columbus: Undeniable surge of racism trying to...

Excitement was definitely in the air at the Windsor Court Monday night as 150 well-heeled donors patiently waited for an intimate concert by the great Stevie Wonder to begin. Attorney Tim Francis convinced Wonder, his old boss, to perform at the big ticket fundraiser for Mary Landrieu and served as master of ceremonies. [Link to media]
Tags: Stevie Wonder, Mary Landrieu, Windsor Court, Allan Katz, Danae Columbus, Tim Francis