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Photographer Sues LA Lakers Player for Cropping Out Photo Attribution

PetaPixel 05 Jul 2022
Los Angeles Lakers player Kendrick Nunn has been sued for copyright infringement by the same photographer who recently settled a copyright infringement legal battle with Nunn's superstar teammate, LeBron James. [ Read More ] ... .
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Who Will Win in Thailand’s Cannabis Industry?

Voa News 05 Jul 2022
That left them in a position to seize market share when last month’s decriminalization made it legal to grow, trade and use all cannabis products, from the leaves and stems to the bud. Legally restricted for medicine or food ... In practice, it is a legal gray area that has ruled out ...
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Florida Boxing Hall of Fame founder’s memorabilia to be auctioned

Tampa Bay Times 04 Jul 2022
John Harris, who is an auctioneer, shows an Ebony magazine featuring a cover photograph of Floyd Patterson with his wife and newborn baby ... John Harris with a Cassius Clay autograph, signed when the three-time heavyweight champion had already legally changed his name to Muhammad Ali, and a photograph of the signing.
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Michigan police to conduct review after officers used images of Black men as target practice

The Guardian 04 Jul 2022
Photos showing targets were taken during a Boy Scouts field trip to the Farmington Hills police department in ...
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Fishermen, anglers to be 'eyes and ears' to monitor marine pollution

Malaysian National News Agency 04 Jul 2022
... and immediately report any pollution activities at sea along with evidence such as video recordings or photographs, to enable legal action to be taken against those involved.
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Video shows Akron police kill Black man in hail of gunfire

Springfield News-Sun 04 Jul 2022
Attorney Bobby DiCello, representing the family of Jayland Walker, holds up a photograph of Walker before he and his legal team give their statements after the City of Akron's news conference at the Firestone Park Community Center on Sunday, July 3, 2022, in Akron, Ohio, ...
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The week in audio: Upfront: Euro 2022 Guide; Between the Ears: In the Footsteps of Beryl the Boot; Good Ship Brewdog

The Observer 03 Jul 2022
. Stak podcasts. (Radio 3) . BBC Sounds. BBC Sounds. The women’s Euros are starting on Wednesday! I’m not about to start a Mexican wave, but it is exciting ... It had reason to twirl a few rattles ... Interestingly, those who speak on record to Daly start receiving troubling phone calls and what they interpreted as legal threats… ... Photograph ... Cheers! ... .
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Times pictures of the month: May 2022

The Times/The Sunday Times 02 Jul 2022
They are taking action over the legal aid pay rates for barristers undertaking criminal defence work. TIMES PHOTOGRAPHER RICHARD POHLE ... TIMES PHOTOGRAPHER JACK HILL ... TIMES PHOTOGRAPHER JAMES GLOSSOP ... TIMES PHOTOGRAPHER JAMES GLOSSOP ... TIMES PHOTOGRAPHER JACK HILL ... TIMES PHOTOGRAPHER JAMES GLOSSOPTIMES PHOTOGRAPHER JAMES GLOSSOP.
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US Ambassador to Ireland: Church sex abuse ‘did shake my faith. For three years I did not attend mass’

The Irish Times 02 Jul 2022
Photograph ... Photograph ... Photograph ... 'I walk here every morning and it is just spectacular.' Photograph ... Photograph ... Photograph ... Equally, she does not see opportunities for new categories of legal visas being created specifically for Irish emigrants, young professionals or otherwise, looking to work in the US.
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Taoiseach says referendum would have to be held before Ireland joined Nato

The Irish Times 29 Jun 2022
Martin repeats claim that such a vote was not legally necessary. Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said a referendum would have to be held before Ireland joined Nato, although he repeated his claim that such a vote was not legally necessary. Photograph ... “The legal advice is that one doesn’t require a referendum to join Nato,” he said.
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Police respond with violence against abortion rights protesters across the country

People's World 29 Jun 2022
Abortion rights activists, journalists, and legal observers in recent days have been attacked and detained by police at demonstrations against the U.S ... State troopers also handcuffed and detained an Arizona Republic photographer and people who identified themselves as National Lawyers Guild legal observers.
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Legal actions filed on behalf of people made sick by contaminated water in Gorey

The Irish Times 29 Jun 2022
File photograph By Mark HilliardWed Jun 29 2022 - 05.00. At least a dozen legal actions have been filed on behalf of people made sick by contaminated water fed through the public supply in Gorey, Co Wexford last year ... Further proceedings could be issued ... Neither Irish Water nor Wexford County Council commented regarding the legal actions ... .
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Arizona’s Capitol surrounded by razor wire as abortion rights protests are planned for this week

Victoria Advocate 28 Jun 2022
Razor wire and fencing surround the Arizona Capitol and legislative buildings on June 27, 2022. They were installed to block abortion rights protesters from gathering at the Capitol following the U.S ... State troopers arrested legal observers and temporarily detained an Arizona Republic photographer who was clearly credentialed ... info@azmirror.com ... ... ....
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‘I’m very afraid’: same-sex couples express anxiety about a post-Roe landscape

The Observer 27 Jun 2022
Precedent is “one of the most important things in the American legal system,” they said ... Photograph ... Originally from Mexico, she says growing up in the American South led her to seek legally codified protection in Oakland, where she lives now ... Photograph ... “We were part of this historic group of people that were legally married – but it wasn’t legal.”.
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Chief Justice says global events show “fragility” of independent justice system

The Irish Times 27 Jun 2022
Chief Justice Donal O’Donnell describes the review group on civil legal aid as a very positive step. Chief Justice Donal O'Donnell at the launch of the Free Legal Advice Centre's annual report. Photograph ... Chief Justice Donal O’Donnell made the remarks in Dublin when launching the annual report for 2021 of the Free Legal Advice Centres (Flac).

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A medical worker holds a vial with the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 disease vaccine at the corona vaccination centre at the Robert Bosch hospital in Stuttgart, southern Germany, on December 27, 2020
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