Israel: Human Rights group accuses Israel of committing crimes against the environment

Israel has denied charges of criminal negligence against its construction and development projects.According to a statement issued on Sunday, the Israeli attorney general’s office alleged that the government is guilty of criminal neglect of the environment in its construction of the new Jewish settlement of Kiryat Arba, located on the occupied West Bank.The statement added […]


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FourFourFourTwo: FourFour Two: The Five Most Popular Business Law Books

Business law has never been so popular.The first four editions of The Business Law Journal, published by FourFourtwo, are out of print.A few years ago, we did a special series on the best business law books of all time.But now the time has come for a new edition.This time, we have chosen three new books […]


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How to change California’s new gun laws

A bill passed on Tuesday by the state legislature will require people to register their firearms and report lost or stolen firearms.California’s House of Representatives voted 39-32 on Tuesday to pass SB 1335, a sweeping gun-control bill that expands background checks, expands mental health services, and requires gun dealers to sell guns at retail.The legislation […]


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When the law school didn’t fit, Stanford University law professor says

Loyola University Chicago law professor Robert Barchi, who teaches courses on gun violence, said it was “unacceptable” for a university law school to not include the law professor as a speaker.“It’s like, you know, the only thing that I’m not allowed to do in the classroom is to talk about gun control,” Barchis told WGN-TV […]


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Supreme Court ruling: Texas gun laws must remain unchanged

The Supreme Court ruled that Texas must uphold its ban on assault weapons.The court said the state’s constitution protects people’s right to bear arms.The ban was part of the state legislature’s effort to restrict gun ownership in the wake of the mass shooting in December at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida.The justices said the […]


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