The European Union and United Kingdom reached a deal in terms of Brexit. KU Law Professor Raj Bhala disucsses the implications of this deal and what it means for India's businesses.
The City of Lawrence has moved an excessive-force case involving its police department to federal court and requested that the case go to trial.
Last month, a motorist who was shot by police after a traffic stop turned violent filed a lawsuit in Douglas County District Court claiming that police used excessive force against him and that the city failed to properly train its officers. On Wednesday, attorneys representing the city moved the case to the United States District Court of Kansas City, Kan., and requested a trial by jury.
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Attorney General Derek Schmidt spoke out against the legality of the Kansas online sales tax policy that will go into effect on Tuesday.
Out-of-state and online businesses were told that starting Oct. 1, they need to collect Kansas state and local sales taxes anytime someone from Kansas makes a purchase.
On Monday, Attorney General Derek Schmidt declared that Governor Laura Kelly lacks the legal authority to impose such a rule.
Korea and Japan, which had been at odds over Tokyo's export controls, will face off again at the WTO. South Korea has accused Japan of violating trade rules based on GATT and TFA with its export curbs. Japan meanwhile, has agreed to hold a bilateral consultation with South Korea on the dispute settlement. Consultation is the first step of the WTO dispute settlement.
Professor Richard Levy discussed his work reforming Kansas's Child in Need of Care and Juvenile Offender Codes to improve government service and outcomes for children in a podcast by McGeorge Capital Center for Law & Policy.
India belongs to the caste of the world’s foremost emerging economies, the BRICS. But, because of its allergy to join any free trade agreement that is ambitious, India is an outcast among the BRICS. This allergy prevents India from achieving what both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump could rightly call “the deal of the century” – an Indo-American FTA.
For years Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has sounded the alarm about Iran — its quest for a nuclear weapon, its threats to destroy Israel, its support of terrorist groups throughout the region.
Now, just a week before Netanyahu faces his toughest re-election bid, President Trump, his chief supporter, appears to be pulling the rug out from under him.
The first day of October matters for a reason more profound than it marks the scheduled increase from 25 percent to 30 percent in tariffs the U.S. levies on Chinese merchandise in the 18-month long U.S.-China Trade War. On Oct. 1, 2019, the Chinese Communist Party celebrates seven decades of rule over Mainland China, including since July 1, 1997, over Hong Kong.
If you attended Venable’s Washington, D.C., summer recruiting reception for law students in June or DLA Piper’s Boston associate recruiting event in March, someone may have handed you a flyer on the way in about the big firm’s mandate that staff and associates sign arbitration agreements as a condition of employment.
To hear President Donald Trump, trade talks with China may have a new breath of life. At the G-7 meeting in France, Trump said, "We’ll see what happens, but I think we’re going to make a deal."
Trump has said before that a deal was imminent, only to see negotiations unravel, but this comment comes after he hinted he would ratchet up the U.S.-China trade war.