Federal court overturns Trump administration 'public burden' rules and work visas

The Federal Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Wednesday, December 2, ruled against the controversial rule of the US President Donald Trump's administration of "public burden". Critics of the rule have argued that it has a deterrent effect, and immigrants do not seek medical attention to avoid becoming ...

Trump will lose protection from prosecution in January: what proceedings await him

Exactly at noon on January 20, 2021, Donald Trump will leave the presidency and become a private person. At the same time, he will lose one of the main advantages that the head of state in the United States has - complete immunity from prosecution, writes the BBC. Last…

The man donated $ 2,5 million to Trump to refute the election results: now he asks for a refund

The man donated $ 2,5 million to help incumbent President Donald Trump prove election fraud and overturn the results. Now he has filed a lawsuit and asks for the money back. The Independent reported in more detail. Fred Eshelman is suing the Houston company ...

Ferrari sues its client for $ 350 thousand for a photo on Instagram

Ferrari filed a lawsuit against its client, designer Philip Plein, and sued him for a tidy sum, writes “Autocenter”. The reason was the photos on Instagram, which, according to Ferrari's lawyers, spoil the brand's reputation. The Milan court sided with the plaintiff and awarded compensation ...

The court blocked Trump's ban on issuing work visas: why not everyone will be affected

The court blocked a proclamation by US President Donald Trump prohibiting the issuance of H-1B and L1 visas, which are received mainly by information technology professionals. Writes about this The Economic Times. This follows a petition from associations representing American companies such as Apple, Google, ...

Federal court blocked the rise in the cost of immigration services

A federal judge in California temporarily blocked a rule from the administration of US President Donald Trump, which would increase naturalization fees by more than 80% and charge asylum seekers. This happened just a few days before the decree was due to enter ...

Russian was sentenced to seven years in prison in the United States

Russian Yevgeny Nikulin was sentenced to seven years and four months in prison in the United States for cybercrimes. He was accused of hacking LinkedIn and Dropbox in 2012, which resulted in the theft of about 117 million login codes ...

Facebook accused of spying on users through a phone camera

A lawsuit was filed against Facebook about possible spying on Instagram users through the phone's video camera. Writes about this "Voice of America". New Jersey-based Instagram user Brittany Condit has filed a lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco, California. She believes that Facebook deliberately used ...

Federal court ruled unconstitutional over COVID-19 quarantine

A federal judge in Pennsylvania ruled that the Democrat's orders to close businesses and restrict gatherings to fight COVID-19 were unconstitutional. Writes about this "Voice of America". The quarantine measures introduced at the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic in March were challenged in court by several republican ...

Large companies could owe you a tidy sum: how to get money

Allegations of inflated drug prices, premature peeling car paint, data breaches and unwanted text messages are part of this month's largest class action settlements against large companies. Writes about this The Penny Hoarder. Settlement of a collective action means that if ...

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