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Orange Unified School District trustee Steve Rocco must pay legal fees (Los Angeles Times)
An appeals court rules that the controversial school board member and others who sued the district over his censure must pay $37,000. The suit was dismissed as meritless. A California appeals court has upheld a Superior Court ruling that Orange Unified School District board member Steve Rocco and others must pay $37,000 in legal fees stemming from a dismissed lawsuit against the district.
Singur issue: Bengal Governor hopeful of outcome by Monday (The Hindu)
The West Bengal Governor, Mr Gopal Krishna Gandhi, addressing a press conference after the meeting of the State Government and Trinamool Congress on the Singur issue at Raj Bhawan in Kolkata on Saturday.
Sarah Palin Sent Legal Letter by "Barracuda" Singers (US Weekly)
Heart is taking issue with their hit song "Barracuda" being played during Sarah "Barracuda" Palin's appearances at the Republican National Convention. (The Republican vice presidential nominee earned the nickname for her aggressive basketball playing in high school.) "The Republican campaign did not ask for permission to use the song, nor would they have been granted that permission," the ...
Harriott charged with DUI (Penn State Collegian)
Former Nittany Lion cornerback Willie Harriott was charged Friday with driving under the influence, making it the third legal issue Harriott has faced during his Penn State career, with a prior DUI charge and an underage drinking citation.
NC salary study may build legislative pay momentum (ABC11 Raleigh-Durham-Fayetteville)
The muffled movement to raise General Assembly pay -- muffled because lawmakers fear a politically radioactive issue -- has gained more momentum this year thanks to another branch of government.
SVSU president signs onto movement to discuss lowering the legal drinking age (The Bay City Times)
Saginaw Valley State University President Eric R. Gilbertson has added his name to a growing list of college presidents who believe the legal drinking age of 21 is not working.
Planned Parenthood wins legal fees fight (Portsmouth Herald)
GREENLAND and#8212; The New Hampshire Department of Justice will pay the legal fees of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England over a lawsuit filed in opposition to a parental-notification law for underage teens seeking abortions.
Tamil Nadu CM warns Sun network of legal action on ACTC feed share issue (New Kerala)
Chennai, Sep 4: The ongoing 'Cable War' between the Marans- owned Sun Network and M K Azhagiri's Royal Cable Vision (RCV) today took another turn with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi warning of legal action against the Sun Network if it did not share the feeds with the state-owned Arasu Cable TV Corporation (ACTC).
R-CALF CEO breaks silence on shake-up, extends olive branch (AG Weekly)
R-CALF USA experienced a shake-up in early 2007. Driven by member-established policy, the majority of its directors had officially demanded that USDA not issue the over-30-month (OTM) Rule concerning BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy) because USDA failed to disclose its plan to allow both OTM cattle and OTM beef into the United States.
EWS says pricing legal case 'historic' (Financial Times via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Finance)
Britain's biggest railfreight operator has said a �25m legal action it faces over anti-competitive pricing is a "historic matter" that has no relation to how it currently conducts business.