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Court Rules Lunch Break Porn Is Not A Sackable Offence

The Court of Cassation, Italy’s highest court, has ruled that it is acceptable, and not a sackable offence, for workers to watch porn on their lunch breaks.  The Supreme Court overruled a decision by a lower court sanctioning the sacking

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Greece Delays Trial of Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn Party amid Violent Protests

The leadership of Greece’s nationalist Golden Dawn party went to court Monday for the first day of what is expected to be a long trial of unprecedented scope for the nation. Golden Dawn’s leadership, who have exhibited Neo-Nazi sympathies, are being accused of running a criminal organization masked as a political party.


Texas Ethics Commission Case Against Michael Quinn Sullivan is Dismissed, Again

A Denton County, Texas judge has once again tossed out a ruling by the Texas Ethics Commission (TEC) against Empower Texans President Michael Quinn Sullivan that claimed that he had improperly failed to register as a lobbyist. The court’s ruling, affirmed the previous dismissal of the case by another Denton County judge, 158th District Court Judge Steve Burgess, finding that the TEC’s actions against Sullivan violated the Citizen’s Participation Act.

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Polanski Rebuffed in Latest Attempt to Dismiss Charges

Celebrated film director and expatriate Roman Polanski, 81, failed in another attempt to have a court dismiss decades-old sexual assault charges against him so he can return to the United States. On Tuesday, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James

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