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LEGAL UPDATE – Mandate restrictions easing in QueenslandLEGAL UPDATE – Mandate restrictions easing in Queensland

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the Public Well being (Additional Extension of Declared Public Well being Emergency—COVID-19) Regulation (No. 2) 2022 was applied solely final week. Nonetheless, the Premier has circled on that announcement and has introduced a few of Queensland’s final remaining COVID-19 restrictions will probably be lifted from 1am, 30 June 2022.

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Starting this Thursday, Queenslanders will now not require COVID vaccinations to go to aged care amenities, incapacity lodging and correctional amenities.

The Premier has additionally introduced that the high-risk employee vaccine mandate would even be revoked in colleges, early childhood training, outdoors college care, kindergartens, household day care,

This Week in the Supreme Court – w/c 24th July 2023 – UKSCBlogThis Week in the Supreme Court – w/c 24th July 2023 – UKSCBlog

Hearings in the Supreme Court are now shown live on the Court’s website.

On Wednesday 26th July the Court will hand-down judgment in R (on the application of PACCAR Inc and others) v Competition Appeal Tribunal and others [2023] UKSC 28. The Court will determine the following issue: Are litigation funding agreements (“LFAs”) pursuant to which the funder is entitled to recover a percentage of any damages recovered “damages-based agreements” (“DBAs”) within the meaning of the legislation which regulates such agreements?

The following Supreme Court judgments remain outstanding: (As of 28/07/23)

  • East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust v

Trump spending so much donor cash on lawyer bills there’s “not a lot left” to fund the actual campaignTrump spending so much donor cash on lawyer bills there’s “not a lot left” to fund the actual campaign

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Donald Trump Drew Anger/Getty Images

As former President Donald Trump’s legal woes mount, the line between his criminal defense and his 2024 presidential campaign is blurring, a political and financial muddying that The Washington Post projects will only worsen as multiple prosecutions continue to dominate his time, resources and messaging.

Trump’s appeals to stay out of prison on social media, in rally speeches and in interviews have become a mainstay of his candidacy, as evidenced by his frequent claims online that the criminal investigations against him are “witch hunts” that constitute election interference. His criticism of his indictments and the

Florida’s new Black history curriculum cites “personal benefits” of slaveryFlorida’s new Black history curriculum cites “personal benefits” of slavery

Florida’s 2023 Social Studies curriculum will include lessons on how “slaves developed skills” that could be used for “personal benefit,” according to a copy of the state’s academic standards reviewed by CBS News.

The lessons in question fall under the social studies curriculum’s African-American studies section, and be taught to students in sixth through eighth grade, according to the state standards.

The lessons for that grade level will include teachings on understanding the “causes, courses and consequences of the slave trade in the colonies,” and instruction on the differences and similarities between serfdom and slavery, the curriculum says. Students will

Michigan Supreme Court Upholds UCC Statute of Frauds Rule Requiring Quantity Terms To Be In WritingMichigan Supreme Court Upholds UCC Statute of Frauds Rule Requiring Quantity Terms To Be In Writing

The Michigan Supreme Court issued an Opinion on July 11, 2023 in MSSC, Inc. v. Airboss Flexible Products Co., reversing a Court of Appeals opinion holding that blanket purchase orders were enforceable under the UCC Statute of Frauds.

In short, the Michigan Supreme Court upheld the longstanding Statute of Frauds rule that contracts must contain a written quantity of terms to be binding, including its conclusions that:

  1. The parties’ blanket purchase order, terms and conditions, and other writings lacked a written quantity term.
  2. The term, “blanket,” does not constitute a quantity term within the meaning of the Statute of Frauds,

Why Donald Trump ACTUALLY Wants His Trial Held After The ElectionWhy Donald Trump ACTUALLY Wants His Trial Held After The Election

COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA - JULY 07: Former US President Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a Farmers for Trump campaign event at the MidAmerica Center on July 07, 2023 in Council Bluffs, Iowa.  The event was Trump’s largest in Iowa since a visit to Davenport in March.

COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA – JULY 07: Former US President Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a Farmers for Trump campaign event at the MidAmerica Center on July 07, 2023 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The event was Trump’s largest in Iowa since a visit to Davenport in March.

Updated 06/15/2023 at 8:00 am ET

Federal prosecutors are calling BS on former President Donald Trump’s not-so-subtle attempt at avoiding accountability. On Thursday, prosecutors filed a motion asking the judge to reject Trump’s motion to postpone his federal trial indefinitely.

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STX INVESTOR NEWS: ROSEN, A LEADING LAW FIRM, Encourages Seagate Technology Holdings plc Investors with Losses to Secure Counsel Before Important Deadline inSTX INVESTOR NEWS: ROSEN, A LEADING LAW FIRM, Encourages Seagate Technology Holdings plc Investors with Losses to Secure Counsel Before Important Deadline in

NEW YORK, July 13, 2023 /PRNewswire/ —

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WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announced the filing of a class action lawsuit on behalf of purchasers of the common stock of Seagate Technology Holdings plc (NASDAQ: STX) between September 15, 2020 and October 25, 2022, both dates inclusive (the “Class Period”). A class action lawsuit has already been filed. If you wish to serve as lead plaintiff, you must move to Court no later than Sept. 8, 2023.

SO WHAT: If you purchased Seagate common stock during the Class Period, you may be entitled

McCulloch and others (Appellants) v Forth Valley Health Board (Respondent) (Scotland) – UKSCBlogMcCulloch and others (Appellants) v Forth Valley Health Board (Respondent) (Scotland) – UKSCBlog

This case is concerned with the extent to which a doctor is required, under the duty of care owed to a patient, to inform the patient about alternative possible treatments to the one that is being recommended.

In Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board [2015] UKSC 11 (“Montgomery”), the Supreme Court held that a doctor is under a duty to take reasonable care to ensure that the patient is aware of any material risks involved in any recommended treatment, and of any reasonable alternative or variant treatments. Following that decision, the main issue in this case is what test should be