In Australia, family law dictates some important timelines to be aware of. If you have been in a de facto relationship, you have two years from the date of separation to finalize your financial settlement (also known as a property
The struggle for democracy persists as we come into the second half of 2023. As the year progresses, we face lies, corruption, and violence. And so the fight for America will continue as Senate Republicans strive to prevent Democrats from
The Schall Law Firm, a national shareholder rights litigation firm, announced that it is investigating claims on behalf of investors of Impinj, Inc. (“Impinj” or “the Company”) PI for violations of the securities laws.
The investigation focuses on whether the
With the closing stages of the negotiations between Australia and the EU over the proposed free trade agreement almost upon us, the EU has proposed a list of 55 further wine geographical indications it wants to protect. Amongst others, the
The surprise was presented after Thursday night’s Rangers versus Toronto Maple Leafs game at Madison Square Garden
A survivor of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting received a surprise from the New York Rangers on Thursday
Some of the largest false advertising jury verdicts were recorded in 2022. This, coupled with increased inflationary pressures will likely lead to an uptick in false advertising suits given that such pressures will impact consumer spending habits, leading to increased
Images are eerily evocative of the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol came out of Brazil as thousands of supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro stormed government buildings in the capital
It is beginning to look a lot like a legal disputes saga between supermarkets in the UK. We have recently covered an ongoing dispute between Lidl and Tesco (see here), which relates to an alleged trade mark infringement. This time,
What do Australian prison statistics reveal and female prisoners australia?
Recent statistics reveal that there has been a 30% increase in the number of Australians being sent to prison. The obvious question is why are more people being put in
Privacy laws in Australia: Why are domestic violence victims not being protected by police?
A current news story revealed the alarming fact that victims of domestic violence are having their details made public. How on earth can this be occurring?