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John Thomas Madden, Jr., administrative law judge and district court ...Your Personal Information, Including Your Social Security Number, Has Never Been “Secure”Trump's chief of staff: 'We've looked at' changing libel lawsJudge: Death in Rockingham County was accidental after investigators said otherwiseSpecial session's focus health lawLaw week activities include hearing at high schoolStatute of limitations on a hit-and-run? Family anxious to find driver, five years after local bodybuilder dies of ...Metadata fiasco shows need for parliamentary inquiryArea Trump supporters give him two thumbs up after first 100 daysJudge rules death in Rockingham was accidental after investigators said otherwiseThe rule of law in Trump's first 100 daysWhat employers need to know about May Day strikesCounty to pursue legal fees in Watts-GOP disputeOPM Disability Retirement under FERS & CSRS: SuccessRevealed: Eleventh-hour Subpoenas in the Clinton E-mails Investigation

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Did Trump Aide Dan Scavino Violate Hatch Act With Tweet Calling for 'Defeat' of GOP Congressman?
NBCNews.comApril 2, 2017

Lawyers from the two previous administrations have accused an aide to President Donald Trump of violating federal law after a tweet calling for the "defeat" of a Republican congressman. Tensions between Trump's camp and the House Freedom Caucus ...more »

Failure to adapt Alaska licenses to federal law puts jobs at risk ...
Alaska Dispatch NewsApril 1, 2017

If you intend to board a flight, find a job on a military base or visit a federal installation, it would be wise to get a passport real soon, if you don't have one already.more »

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John Thomas Madden, Jr., administrative law judge and district court ...
Baltimore SunApril 30, 2017

John Thomas Madden, Jr., who worked as an administrative law judge and district court commissioner in Baltimore County, died of respiratory failure at home in ...more »

Your Personal Information, Including Your Social Security Number, Has Never Been “Secure”
Being LibertarianApril 30, 2017

These are agencies who buy and sell your personal data to law enforcement agencies, private investigation agencies, insurance companies, attorneys, and more who are investigating you for any number of reasons, whether they are legitimate or not.more »

Trump's chief of staff: 'We've looked at' changing libel laws
CNNMoneyApril 30, 2017

A top White House aide says changing libel laws is "something we've looked at" -- echoing some of President Trump's strongest anti-media rhetoric. Reince Priebus, the president's chief of staff, said during an interview on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday ...more »

Judge: Death in Rockingham County was accidental after investigators said otherwise
Greensboro News & RecordApril 30, 2017

After a series of hearings, Administrative Law Judge J. Randall May earlier this month faulted the N.C. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for not conducting an independent investigation and basing its findings on an examination by the Rockingham ...more »

Special session's focus health law
Arkansas OnlineApril 30, 2017

State lawmakers will consider Gov. Asa Hutchinson's latest proposals to change Arkansas' version of Medicaid expansion during a special session that starts Monday, against the backdrop of uncertainty over the federal law that authorizes funding for the ...more »

Law week activities include hearing at high school
Pacific Daily NewsApril 30, 2017

Editor's note: The Pacific Daily New this week will publish a series of article by the Judiciary of Guam in connection with Law Week. Today, May 1st, is Law Day, a national day set aside to celebrate the rule of law. For the last 10 years, Guam's award ...more »

Statute of limitations on a hit-and-run? Family anxious to find driver, five years after local bodybuilder dies of ...
The Hudson ReporterApril 30, 2017

They hired a private investigator who produced surveillance tape of the incident. In turn, they sent it to a video enhancement facility in Alabama. “Unfortunately, the pixels were breaking down every time they were trying to enhance it,” Monroig said.more »

Metadata fiasco shows need for parliamentary inquiry
The GuardianApril 30, 2017

During that investigation, a journalist's phone records were accessed across a period of about a week. Under amendments to telecommunications laws in 2015, this should have required the AFP commissioner or a senior manager to seek a “journalist ...more »

Area Trump supporters give him two thumbs up after first 100 days
Modesto Bee (blog)April 29, 2017

“The best thing is that he's put some teeth behind our laws. He's made us more assertive.” “He's doing good ... Tim Helton is a friend of mine, a retired Modesto police officer and now working as a private investigator. He didn't like Obama, but he ...more »

Judge rules death in Rockingham was accidental after investigators said otherwise
Greensboro News & RecordApril 29, 2017

After a series of hearings, Administrative Law Judge J. Randall May earlier this month faulted the N.C. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for not conducting an independent investigation and basing its findings on an examination by the Rockingham ...more »

The rule of law in Trump's first 100 days
Fox NewsApril 29, 2017

Getting that done within the first 100 days and putting a conservative on the Court who has a demonstrated record of applying the Constitution and federal law as written is an important accomplishment that has the potential to last for decades—long ...more »

What employers need to know about May Day strikes
Crain's Detroit Business (blog)April 29, 2017

... or she may not be paid for the time off, managers should be careful not to indicate that employees will be disciplined for strike activities. Any such comments or actions could be used as evidence of union animus to support a subsequent unfair ...more »

County to pursue legal fees in Watts-GOP dispute
Fayette NewspapersApril 29, 2017

Calling it an issue of fiduciary responsibility to taxpayers of the county, the County Board of Commissioners chose to ignore a request from the Fayette County Republican Party to forego attorney fees as part of the push to remove Marilyn Watts from ...more »

OPM Disability Retirement under FERS & CSRS: Success
Lawyers.com Blog (blog)April 29, 2017

How is it measured? What constitutes it – a subjective sensation, an objective judgment, or the loosely aligned combination of both? Is it the quantifiable reaction of others, or the measurable amassing of possessions and the value of the gross aggregate?more »

Revealed: Eleventh-hour Subpoenas in the Clinton E-mails Investigation
National ReviewApril 29, 2017

When the recipient reads such a subpoena, he or she learns that the grand jury is conducting a criminal investigation into a potential violation of law. Typically, the subpoena even cites the penal statute of the main offense being probed. The point is ...more »

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