A Republican judge just tore into Trump’s election lawyers for their incompetence

A Republican judge just tore into Trump’s election lawyers for their incompetence

Last Tuesday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani appeared in federal court for the first time in 30 years, representing the Trump campaign in its efforts to prevent Pennsylvania from certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in this State. It was a disaster for Giuliani. The then mayor and federal prosecutor struggled to explain what … Read more

Russian Lawyers Debate Legality of Crypto Firm Selling Drinks for BTC

Russian Lawyers Debate Legality of Crypto Firm Selling Drinks for BTC

Source: Adobe/motortion An event organizer in Moscow recently sold over USD 1,600 worth of drinks in bitcoin (BTC) to attendees – but experts are divided when it comes to answering the question: was it legal? The event was the brainchild of a crypto startup named Chatex, but per RBC, it has courted controversy. A recently … Read more

Is Dave Portnoy in hot water for pumping Bitcoin? Unlikely, lawyers say

Is Dave Portnoy in hot water for pumping Bitcoin? Unlikely, lawyers say

Barstool Sports’ David Portnoy bought more than $1 million worth of Bitcoin — or so he claimed — earlier this month. Less than two weeks later, the media empire president suddenly announced that he had sold it all. “I currently own zero bitcoins,” he told his legions of Twitter followers on Friday. “I’m out on … Read more

Molotov-Cocktail-Throwing Lawyers Are the Left’s New Civil-Rights Heroes

Protesting Works. Rioting Doesn’t.

Protesters gather around after setting fire to the entrance of a police station as demonstrations continue after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minn., May 28, 2020. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) Colinford Mattis and Urooj Rahman aren’t outliers; they’re living examples of how hatred of Trump has morphed into a willingness to justify the unjustifiable. In … Read more

CSU Rams hire Kansas City firm to head up investigation of athletic department

CSU Rams hire Kansas City firm to head up investigation of athletic department

Colorado State has hired an outside search firm to head up an investigation into possible improprieties regarding the athletic department’s handling of COVID-19 testing, a Rams athletics department official confirmed to The Post on Thursday. The Kansas City-based firm of Husch Blackwell will conduct the investigation, university president Joyce McConnell told department employees and CSU … Read more

Trump created ‘ominous’ climate for Meng extradition: Huawei lawyers

Trump created ‘ominous’ climate for Meng extradition: Huawei lawyers

Lawyers for Huawei Technologies financial director Meng Wanzhou have filed a petition for suspension of proceedings for extradition to the United States with a Canadian court, according to documents released Thursday. The filings are based in part on what, according to Meng’s lawyers, was a destruction of the integrity of the judicial process by U.S. … Read more

Canadians can be exempt from new U.S. visa rules, immigration lawyers’ group says

Canadians can be exempt from new U.S. visa rules, immigration lawyers’ group says

OTTAWA — New restrictions on visas for workers entering the United States don’t apply to Canadians who don’t plan on living south of the border permanently, says the American Immigration Lawyers Association. A “practice alert” for the group’s 15,000 members, issued late Wednesday, says a liaison committee it has with U.S. Customs and Border Protection … Read more

Lawyers, prosecutors in Patrik Mathews white-supremacy case seek extension

Lawyers, prosecutors in Patrik Mathews white-supremacy case seek extension

WASHINGTON — Prosecutors and lawyers for a former Canadian Forces reservist and two other men at the centre of an alleged white-supremacist plot to trigger a U.S. race war say they all need more time to build their cases. Patrik Mathews, a former combat engineer, vanished from Beausejour, Man., last year following media reports alleging … Read more

Family lawyers: Black man should have been allowed to walk home instead of being shot by Atlanta police

Family lawyers: Black man should have been allowed to walk home instead of being shot by Atlanta police

Police officers involved in the shooting of Rayshard Brooks, a black man whose death reignited protests in Atlanta over the weekend, should have let him walk home or found other ways to de-escalate the situation, his family’s lawyers said on Monday. An autopsy conducted on Sunday showed that Brooks, 27, died from blood loss and … Read more

Two New York Lawyers Choose Violence over Oath to Defend the Constitution

Two New York Lawyers Choose Violence over Oath to Defend the Constitution

People are looting Soho companies after the protests in New York on June 1, 2020. (Eduardo Munoz / Reuters) George Floyd was deprived of the ultimate civil right – the right to live – by a lawless police officer. Minnesota has charged that officer with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. If former police officer Derek … Read more