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Polish parliament approves judge’s ‘muzzle law’, Commission ‘very concerned’ – EURACTIV.com

Poland’s parliament on Thursday (January 23rd) approved a controversial bill aimed at sanctioning judges who challenge the government’s judicial reforms which the European Union says are out of step with the rule of law. The lower house of the EU member country, where lawmakers from the right-wing ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party hold the […]

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Life at the Uniform Law Commission

Between his various speeches at the Heckerling Conference, Trusts and estates Turney P. Berry, member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs LLP, was kind enough to stop by our booth to tell me about his experiences at the Uniform Law Commission (ULC). Turney was appointed to ULC in 2006. Since then, […]

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UK Immigration Rules Inapplicable, Law Commission Says | Immigration and asylum

Immigration rules are “too complex and impractical” according to the Law Commission, which recommends simplifying them in order to save the government £ 70million over the next decade. The regulations have quadrupled in length since 2010 and are “widely criticized for being poorly drafted,” said the body, which advises ministers on updating the law. When […]