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OPW stops work on River Boyne after environmental group questioned its legality

Irish Independent 05 Dec 2022
Friends of the Irish Environment (FIE) says it is concerned that the OPW may also be carrying out works without legal authority on a number of other rivers.The works, described as “fisheries enhancement measures”, were due to be carried out near Trim, Co Meath ...

Dan Newhouse, Northwest farmers make last-ditch push for farm workforce bill whose fate lies with ...

Victoria Advocate 05 Dec 2022
17 the bill would especially benefit migrant workers who could finally visit their families abroad and return to work legally in the United States ... understanding that cracking down on unauthorized workers without giving them a pathway to work legally would decimate the U.S.

Thomas J. Flanagan

Republican American 05 Dec 2022
After graduating, Tom spent several years working with developmentally disabled young people before entering Suffolk University Law School ... He went on to work at several large corporations, but his happiest years as a lawyer were spent serving as a volunteer attorney at Connecticut Legal Services of Waterbury, a nonprofit legal-aid agency.

'I want to keep going’: 100-year-old lawyer has practiced law for 74 years

Hastings Tribune 05 Dec 2022
That’s a lot of cases — a lot of phone calls with clients and a lot of legal briefs — in a century of life ... But Sacks, the firm’s senior partner, works regularly from home, making phone calls with a robust voice and polished demeanor ... Legal work is in Sacks’ blood ... Between the reading and legal work, Sacks had time to have a family, too.

NATIONAL VIEW: Ten years of limbo

Odessa American 05 Dec 2022
The House passed a bill to give “Dreamers” legal status in 2021 ... President Obama created DACA by executive order in 2012 after Congress failed to pass a bill that would have offered young immigrants who met certain requirements the opportunity for legal residency ... to live, work and travel legally, but it was intended to be a temporary solution.

Railway employee earning over $1,20,000 yearly sues employer because of ‘boring job’

Hindustan Times 05 Dec 2022
Employees taking legal actions against the companies they work for or used to work for is a very common occurrence ... Dermot Alastair Mills, working as a finance manager at Irish Rail in Dublin, shared that in his £105,000 (over $1,20,000) yearly job he spends his days doing nothing but eating, drinking, and reading newspapers.

Tunisians dream of moving to Germany as crisis bites

Urdu Point 05 Dec 2022
Europe's biggest economy, with its low birth rate, is crying out for labour, and many Tunisians, exhausted by years of economic crisis, see an opportunity for a legal path to emigration ... Germany granted 5,474 work permits to Tunisians from January to October -- up from 4,462 in the whole of last year and more than double the numbers for 2020.

Russia’s Largest Digital Asset Deal Denominated in Chinese Yuan

Bitcoin 05 Dec 2022
While Russian authorities have been working to adopt a more comprehensive legal framework for all digital assets, including cryptocurrencies, the law “On Digital Financial Assets,” which was enforced in January of 2021, regulates some transactions with coins or tokens that have an issuer.

UK staff to have right to ask for flexible working from day one in job

The Observer 05 Dec 2022
Millions of people across the UK are currently working flexibly, which can take various forms including working from home, job-sharing, compressed hours, flexitime and part-time and term-time-only working ... And they should give workers the legal right to work flexibly from their first day in a job – not just the right to ask.”.

DMW preps up as full-fledged department

The Manila Times 05 Dec 2022
"The legal assistance aspect of the DFA's (Department of Foreign Affairs) work will now be transferred to the DMW once the budget is approved and at the onset of 2023.

Financial Focus: Is a donor-advised fund right for you?

The Marshall News Messenger 05 Dec 2022
You can find many ways to support charitable organizations. One method that’s gained popularity over the past few years is called a donor-advised fund. Should you consider it? ... Here’s how it works.. Contribute to the fund ... Choose an investment ... And if the fund becomes part of your estate plans, you’ll also want to work with your legal advisor ... ....

Marcia Langton warns of risk of ‘nasty, eugenicist’ debate about race ahead of voice referendum

The Observer 05 Dec 2022
Langton and Calma said the final voice proposal was still being discussed by government-organised working groups of Indigenous leaders and legal experts, and would have to be legislated by parliament after a successful referendum, but expected the ultimate design would be very similar to that outlined in the report presented to cabinet last year.

Adesanmi: How Spleet Is Using Prop Tech to Revolutionise Real Estate in Nigeria

This Day 05 Dec 2022
What is property technology, and how does it work? ... We are finding those customers for you on a platform where they are ensuring that all the legal agreements are digitally signed. They are not doing any work and should not be earning anything ... worked the same way for centuries.

Rocky road ahead leading House for McCarthy, by Carl P. Leubsdorf

Atlantic City 05 Dec 2022
And it may only be able to muster a majority to raise the legal ceiling on the national debt — another necessity — by attaching conditions unacceptable to the Senate and the president or working> with the Democrats, something McCarthy has never been able to do.

The story of a Ukrainian refugee family’s journey to the U.S.

Deseret News 05 Dec 2022
Don’t be afraid, it’s just the thunder,” residents of Pavlohrad, a small, working-class city in eastern Ukraine, wrote on Facebook ... That month, March 2022, one million Ukrainians were fleeing to neighboring countries, thanks in part to the European Union agreeing to offer Ukrainians temporary legal protection to live and work for up to three years.

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