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In the News...Newspaper threatens to sue PDP for N7m advert debt

The Nigerian Eye Reports:

The New Telegraph newspapers has petitioned the Peoples Democratic Party Chairman, Adamu Muazu, over the refusal of the disbanded PDP Presidential Declaration Committee, to settle N6.9m advertisement debt. 285 more words

Young Lawyer Blog

Biker gang threat is quite real

The federal government is worried about biker gangs.

So the headline says on the link attached to this blog post.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/why-the-feds-are-worried-about-these-biker-gangs/ar-BBjVBAs

Bikers erupted in a violent spasm in Waco over the weekend. 349 more words

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McKee Auctions Fetch Nearly $850,000

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Stalled developer Paul McKee faced two auctions, Monday, to settle claims made against his empire from lenders upset about unpaid loans. 364 more words

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In the News...IT firm drags Babcock University to court

The Management and Board of Directors of NQB8 Limited has announced plans to sue Babcock University for breaching the terms of an agreement between the two organizations.   298 more words

Young Lawyer Blog

Charges Filed For Early Voting Petition Fraud

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP)- Four individuals face felony charges over fraudulent signatures on a 2014 initiative petition to put early voting on the Missouri ballot. 106 more words

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In the News...Injured Amtrak worker is among the first to file suit over Philadelphia train wreck

An injured Amtrak employee is among the first to sue over this week’s fatal train wreck in Philadelphia.

Bruce Phillips filed a federal lawsuit in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act. 55 more words

Young Lawyer Blog

Restrict judges' fundraising

Restricting Texas judges’ ability to raise money from campaign contributors is a smashing, capital idea.

Let’s do it.

Oh, I almost forgot. Texas is the place that doesn’t like restricting political activity even among judges who are supposed to remain impartial and fair to all who appear before them in court. 381 more words

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