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Wildlife crime expert says new licence restrictions could ‘turn tide’

A Tayside wildlife expert believes new licensing changes could begin to “turn the tide” on crimes against wild birds.Alan Stewart, retired Tayside Police wildlife crime officer, said he is confident that Scottish Natural Heritage and Police Scotland “will ... [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - 4 hours ago]
First reported Oct 29 2014 - Updated Oct 29 2014 - 1 reports

Charges dropped against Moazzam Begg

Latest news Wednesday 1 October 2014The case against a Birmingham man, charged with attending a terrorist training camp in Syria, has been discontinued.Moazzam Begg, 46 and from Hall Green, will be released from prison where he has been on remand since ... [Published West Midlands Police - Oct 29 2014]
First reported Oct 27 2014 - Updated Oct 27 2014 - 3 reports

ASC seeks to appeal Walton ruling at Supreme Court

Mr. Mark Dickey reportsASC SEEKS LEAVE TO APPEAL ILLEGAL INSIDER TRADING CASE TO SUPREME COURT OF CANADAThe Alberta Securities Commission has applied to the Supreme Court of Canada for leave to appeal a recent decision of the Alberta Court of Appeal, ... [Published Stockwatch - Oct 27 2014]
First reported Oct 26 2014 - Updated Oct 26 2014 - 1 reports

Raptor-killing restrictions on suspected wildlife criminals

Land where there is evidence that wildlife crime against birds has taken place will not be issued with licences to trap or shoot wild birds, the Scottish Government announced earlier this month.Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) will take the ‘yes’ or ‘no’ ... [Published Southern Reporter - Oct 26 2014]
First reported Oct 23 2014 - Updated Oct 23 2014 - 1 reports

Asylum seekers ‘must not be asked to prove they’re gay’

A report by the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration has concluded that fast-track teams for asylum seekers who are detained are still asking ‘unsatisfactory and stereotypical’ questions.So So Gay reported over a year ago that asylum ... [Published So So Gay - Oct 23 2014]
First reported Oct 20 2014 - Updated Oct 20 2014 - 1 reports

Credibility is not why rape cases fail - DPP

The head of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre welcomed a "giant step" by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) in publicly stating that most rape prosecutions fail, not because of victim credibility, but simply because there is not enough evidence. The ... [Published Irish Independent - Oct 20 2014]
First reported Oct 17 2014 - Updated Oct 17 2014 - 2 reports

GSK: Ebola vaccines will come ‘too late’

GlaxoSmithKline says its potential Ebola vaccine will come ‘too late’ for the current outbreak despite being fast-tracked.In August the company said that trials would begin soon, with the vaccine rolled-out by 2015 if everything went to plan. But today ... [Published Pharmafocus - Oct 17 2014]
First reported Oct 13 2014 - Updated Oct 13 2014 - 1 reports

Stanford Daily Publishes Misleading Op-Ed on Sexual Assault Reform

On October 7th, The Stanford Daily published a rebuttal to my article in The Stanford Review about the ASSU’s proposed reform of Stanford’s sexual assault policy and the Alternate Review Process. In that piece, I described how the federal government ... [Published Stanford Review - Oct 13 2014]
First reported Oct 07 2014 - Updated Oct 07 2014 - 1 reports

New powers to help fight wildlife crime

A national nature organisation today brought in new powers to help fight wildlife crime.Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) will refuse farmers and estate owners general licences to trap or shoot wild birds on land where there is evidence of wildlife crime ... [Published Press and Journal - Oct 07 2014]
First reported Oct 06 2014 - Updated Oct 06 2014 - 4 reports

SNH Announce New Licence Measures To Reduce Wildlife Crime

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) will prevent the use of general licences to trap or shoot wild birds on land where there is evidence of wildlife crime against birds.Decisions will be made on the basis of strong evidence provided by Police Scotland, and ... [Published Caithness Business Index - Oct 06 2014]
First reported Oct 01 2014 - Updated Oct 01 2014 - 3 reports

All Charges Dropped Against Moazzam Begg

The case against a Birmingham man, charged with attending a terrorist training camp in Syria, has been discontinued.Moazzam Begg, 46 and from Hall Green, will be released from prison where he has been on remand since March. His trial was due to start ... [Published Asian Today - Oct 01 2014]
First reported Oct 01 2014 - Updated Oct 01 2014 - 2 reports

An Anti-Jihadist Dilemma

#UNSC just adopted resolution 2178, the UNSC's most significant action vs global terror since res. 1373 weeks after 9/11. #ForeignTerrorists— Samantha Power (@AmbassadorPower) September 24, 2014Colum Lynch and Elias Groll point out an inherent danger ... [Published Atlantic Monthly - Oct 01 2014]

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"The linchpin of the entire factual matrix is the appellant John Herbert "Bert" Holtby. He was a founder of the original business, and one of the directors of Eveready, and admittedly knew about the CleanClean Harbors takeover discussions … The commission found that Holtby engaged in insider trading, and improperly disclosed the material fact to others" the appeal court explained in its decision...
...sought by defendants will not serve the interests of the Code of Judicial Conduct; and the appropriate remedy should be determined by what is "required to restore public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the proceedings, to resolve the dispute in particular, and to promote generally the administration of justice." DeNike v. Cupo, 196 N J 502, 519 (2008)
"One of the complaints heard by police officers and law enforcement officials is that when someone is arrested, they are innocent until proven guilty. However, even before the trial the government confiscates cash and property that they claim are ill-gotten gains and therefore subject to seizure" said former police homicide and narcotics detective Benjamin Cardona
Justice Helen E Hoens recognized the dangers of these types of suits at the very outset of LoBiondo , by noting that "Efforts, particularly by the more powerful in our society, to limit the free exercise of one's speech are appropriately viewed with suspicion and distaste." But the court, like Colorado, declined to create a nonstatutory SLAPP mechanism, and instead, ruled that it would balance the rights of free speech and...

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Wildlife crime expert says new licence restrict... [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - 4 hours ago]
Charges dropped against Moazzam Begg [Published West Midlands Police - Oct 29 2014]
Travel insurers rejecting claims from holidayma... [Published This Is Money - Oct 27 2014]
ASC to appeal illegal insider trading case to SCC [Published Investment Executive - Oct 27 2014]
ASC seeks to appeal Walton ruling at Supreme Court [Published Stockwatch - Oct 27 2014]
ASC seeks leave to appeal illegal insider tradi... [Published Individual.com - Oct 27 2014]
Municipal Court Law Review 2014 [Published JD Supra - Oct 27 2014]
ASC seeks leave to appeal illegal insider tradi... [Published Stockboard Media Inc. - Oct 27 2014]
Lawmaker to AG Holder: Why so many cash and pro... [Published Examiner.com - Oct 27 2014]
Questions about the blasphemy law [Published Daily Times - Oct 26 2014]
Raptor-killing restrictions on suspected wildli... [Published Southern Reporter - Oct 26 2014]
Guest: Dispelling the myths of ageism ­— older ... [Published Seattle Times - Oct 25 2014]
Pass the Anti-SLAPP Bill [Published New Jersey Law Journal - Oct 24 2014]
Rengan Rajaratnam settles insider trading charg... [Published Inside Counsel - Oct 24 2014]
House lawmaker questions civil seizures in lett... [Published Washington Post - Oct 24 2014]
Lawyer Madise in defence of Matemba and ACB: Re... [Published Nyasa Times - Oct 23 2014]
Judgment in Butler sex case sheds light on vict... [Published TheDailyNews - Oct 23 2014]
Asylum seekers ‘must not be asked to prove they... [Published So So Gay - Oct 23 2014]
Circuit Judges Push to Review Law on Willful In... [Published Recorder - Oct 23 2014]
ASIC backtracks on corporate crime paradise com... [Published ABC Online - Oct 23 2014]
Trial against social worker accused of sex atta... [Published Sunderland Echo - Oct 22 2014]
Delamaide: Fed tells banks to clean up act [Published Shreveport Times - Oct 21 2014]
Mumbai: Two jailed for 'killing' woman for Rs 3... [Published Mid Day - Oct 21 2014]
Two jailed for "killing" woman for Rs 300 acqui... [Published Business Standard India - Oct 21 2014]
The Daily Agenda for Tuesday, October 21 [Published Box Turtle Bulletin - Oct 21 2014]
Balibo Five: police drop investigation into kil... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Oct 21 2014]
MPs urged to decide whether to act over phone-h... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Oct 20 2014]
Tarullo, Good Compliance, Not Mere Compliance [Published Federal Reserve - Oct 20 2014]
Americans for Prosperity fliers confuse NC voters [Published Digital Journal - Oct 20 2014]
MPs and peers renew attack on Government reform... [Published Local Government Lawyer - Oct 20 2014]
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The Daily Agenda for Tuesday, October 21 [Published Box Turtle Bulletin - Oct 21 2014]
TODAY’S AGENDA is brought to you by: From Our Community (Dallas, TX), November 1971, page 9. Police raids on gay bars were ubiquitous in city across the country. Raids had a couple of immediate effects: they caused short term headaches for bar ...
We Require Affirmative Consent For Most Things.... [Published Kevin Drum Feed | Mother Jones - Oct 16 2014]
Ezra Klein has taken a lot of heat for his defense of California's new "Yes Means Yes" law, which puts in place an "affirmative consent standard" on university campuses to decide whether a sexual assault has taken place. In other words, the mere lack ...
The Mystery Of Moazzam Begg: After Seven Months... [Published Think Progress - Oct 03 2014]
CREDIT: AP Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg was released from Belmarsh high security prison in London on Wednesday after the seven terrorism charges against him were suddenly dropped. “And not once but twice in my case this Government ...
An Anti-Jihadist Dilemma [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Oct 01 2014]
#UNSC just adopted resolution 2178, the UNSC's most significant action vs global terror since res. 1373 weeks after 9/11. #ForeignTerrorists — Samantha Power (@AmbassadorPower) September 24, 2014 Colum Lynch and Elias Groll point out an inherent ...
Insider trading case against former top lawyer ... [Published Financial Post - Top Stories - Sep 27 2014]
TORONTO •Mitchell Finkelstein, once a rising star at one of Canada’s best-known corporate law firms, will be at the centre of an insider-trading showdown beginning Monday that reaches into the heart of Bay Street. Mr. Finkelstein is accused by the Ontario ...
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