Wednesday, June 27, 2012

140Law - Legal Headlines for Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Wednesday, June 27, 2012:
  • War on drugs 'unsustainable,' ex-justice Louise Arbour says
  • Unified Family Court's 35th Anniversary - Court model started in Hamilton 
  • Antonin Scalia, ranting old man (Paul Campos/Salon)
  • Federal judge blocks Florida law barring contracts for business tied to Cuba, Syria 
  • Judge to testify at Manitoba inquiry into sex scandal - Justice Lori Douglas hearing to begin July 14 
  • Probe Into Madam Justice Lori Douglas Gets Underway
  • Court: Rape victim can sue after being arrested and denied contraception 
  • Germany court criminalizes circumcision of minors
  • The White House's blemished record of disclosure on Bush-era torture 
  • Obama prepping thousands of lawyers for election (Associated Press) 
  • SCOTUS to rule on military lying (Stephanie Gaskell/Politico)
  • Ontario court awards punitive damages against insurer
  • Man charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon - McDonald's fries 
  • CIBC, Scotiabank overtime class action suits can proceed: court - Globe and Mail 
  • Court ruling certifying class actions vs banks on unpaid overtime not expected to spark deluge of cases 
  • - Rachel Spence, Law Clerk
    Visit our Toronto Law Office website:

    No comments: