Monday, September 24, 2012

140Law - Legal Headlines for Monday, September 24, 2012

Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Monday, September 24, 2012:
  • Cases put RCMP policy on paying for Mounties' legal bills under scrutiny - Brandon Sun 
  • Ontario Labour Ministry investigating Toronto gas-and-dash death
  • Apple, Samsung demand changes to $1B verdict
  • The Cloud Factories: Data Centers Waste Vast Amounts of Energy, Belying Industry Image
  • Canadian cat runs for mayor of Halifax
  • US Middle Schools Add a Team Rule for 13 Year-Olds: Get a Drug Test
  • Texting blamed for rising teen pedestrian injuries
  • No need to publicly name Canada's divorcing spouses, critics say
  • Pakistani Minister Offers Bounty Over Anti-Islam Video
  • Tom DeLay still waiting to learn legal fate - Topix
  • THE SIMPSONS - Homer Votes 2012
  • Doorey’s “Beginner’s Guide to the Charter and Work Law”, Version 2.0
  • 'Human being' motion excuse to open abortion debate, MPs say
  • Pennsylvania couple charged with selling neighbor's dog on Craigslist
  • NHL argues for legality of lockout in Alberta
  • Batman shooting victims sue movie theater 
  • Medical Pot Law Doesn’t Protect Fired Wal-Mart Worker, 6th Circuit Rules 
  • US Appeals court affirms $9.5 million Facebook settlement over privacy claims - Reuters Canada'
  • Linden MacIntyre: The derailed lives of Kingston Pen 
  • Starved Alberta girl dies, taken off life-support after SCC ruling
  • Legal focus in starved-toddler case shifts to parents
  • Lawyers on the Forbes 400 
  • BC Sex-trade workers group wins SCC bid for court challenge
- Rachel Spence, Law Clerk

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