DrDee
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How can I get back my dead mother's ring, which I gave to a family friend?
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Sarah, thanks for your question. You have asked this on the Legal forum; and whilst there might be many moral or ethical considerations surrounding your situation - I'll try to deal with the legal ...

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How will anyone know if an employer fires an employee for an illegal reason?
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Indeed, in the United States, employees without a written employment contract generally can be fired for good cause, bad cause, or no cause at all. The quickest answer would be that in cases where the ...

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Is ilegal use the index of a book as a guideline for make a few of youtube videos?
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With respect to the Table of Contents - in the US: https://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ01.pdf What Is Not Protected by Copyright? Copyright does not protect • Ideas, procedures, methods, systems, ...

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I plan on making an intentionally fake news site - can I *copy* headlines from other sources?
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To examine this further and answer your question, we need to look at Copyright (and fair use) as well as Defamation. Alas, I am unsure as to how taking legitimate headlines from around the world and ...

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Therapist-Client Confidentiality and Limits
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There are ethical and legal considerations - but, as we know these are not the same thing. The Indian Journal of Psychiatry discuss this specifically in relation to psychotherapy ethics - but this is ...

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When do I need an impressum?
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This is for websites that operate out of a German speaking country (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) or jurisdiction - even if the website is not '.de' - OR foreign companies that direct business to ...

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Using an openload server for free
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Unless you hold the copyright or a specific license for the materials you wish to use or distribute, this is universally accepted as copyright infringement. It is actually known as criminal ...

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Can someone else use your deceased brother’s green card?
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18 U.S. Code § 1546.Fraud and misuse of visas, permits, and other documents (b)Whoever uses— (1)an identification document, knowing (or having reason to know) that the document was not issued ...

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What is meant by "dependent parent" under EU law (Free movement rights)?
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In EU Law - it's again vague to mean different things in different contexts. I reference a few documents here that the UK and EU use, for example, in immigration cases to determine the dependency of a ...

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What exactly is banned if the US bans on several Chinese apps go into effect?
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It depends on how the government try to enact this executive order. (Further interesting article on IEEPA and the EO here from a Harvard Lecturer) Article Two of the United States Constitution gives ...

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Selling artwork or other creative material under a fake persona
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It is difficult to see where the legal 'wrong' is here. Ethically, morally, etc - is a different story. You could bring a civil suit for this; possibly for rescission purposes but it would be unlikely ...

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Are hospitals required to provide language interpreters to patients?
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In the United Kingdom - there are moral and legal reasons to provide translators to patients (a UK NHS policy is here) Another policy makes mention of the Equality Act: The provision of interpreter ...

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Dominic Cummings Trip to Barnard Castle - Manslaughter?
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No. Whilst many have found Mr Cummings' actions intensely frustrating and indeed the moral side to this, (outside of the law) is that leaving one's house during lockdown without good cause, ...

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