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Competition Act threshold is increased
International Law OfficeMarch 1, 2012

Under the Competition Act - Canada's antitrust law - there is a two-part test for determining whether a pre-merger notification is necessary. The test is based on the size of the parties and the size of the transaction. Under the size of the parties ...more »

Flint Waters
Government TechnologyMarch 1, 2012

At the time, Waters was a police investigator and chief of Wyoming's Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force. He was there to discuss software he developed to track down online predators by identifying computers that were trading child ...more »

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Administrative Hearings
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Twitter provides Boston police and Suffolk prosecutors with subscriber ...
Boston.comMarch 1, 2012

By John R. Ellement, Globe Staff Social media giant Twitter has handed over subscriber information for some Twitter accounts indirectly tied to the Occupy Boston protest, ending a court battle fought behind closed doors as Boston law enforcement...more »

Federal Regulations
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Sandusky federal probe may have different focus
CNNMarch 2, 2012

Instead, federal authorities seem to be stepping into areas where the state attorney general's office hasn't gone. This time, they seem to be exploring the possibility of a cover-up at Penn State, as well as possible bribes, fraud, or misuse of federal...more »

Administrative Law
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District Attorney Republican Assembly to name candidate — or candidates
Our Colorado NewsMarch 17, 2012

Vying for a chance at Chambers' office are John Topolnicki, chief deputy district attorney for the 18th Judicial District; Robert B. Wareham, CEO and founder of the Highlands Ranch Law Center, PC; George Brauchler, a private-practice attorney with ...more »

Investigations
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Chesapeake says DoJ investigating three well sites
ReutersMarch 1, 2012

(Reuters) - Chesapeake Energy Corp, the second-largest US producer of natural gas, said the US Department of Justice is investigating possible criminal violations under the Clean Water Act (CWA) at three well sites in West Virginia.more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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South Brunswick Police Offer 10-Day Amnesty for Surrender of K-2
Patch.comMarch 2, 2012

By Davy James South Brunswick Police are taking part in a 10-day grace period for people to surrender synthetic marijuana to law enforcement without facing criminal charges. Citing an imminent threat to the public health and safety of New Jersey ...more »

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