The ‘Trump Era’ is born in the Supreme Court – Pedro Fernández Barbadillo – Libertad Digital

The reason for the unfathomable hatred of the Progre Empire against Donald Trump does not reside in your policy pacification of foreign relations, nor in the tax cuts and salary increases, nor in the rejection of climate scaremongering, nor in his hair. The gang of the super-rich, the same ones who censor his tweets and … Read more

The Supreme Court has already rejected 40 appeals against the inclusion of the IRPH in mortgages – piso Al día

High court sources confirm that these resources have been blocked pending their admission to processing. The Supreme Court has already notified the first 40 orders to reject the IRPH matters that it had on the table for processing, after the sentences in which it determines that the inclusion of that index in the mortgages granted … Read more

Pennsylvania Court Rejects Trump Appeal, Campaign Lawyers Say “To The Supreme Court!” | SCOTUS

The U.S. Third Circuit of Appeals in Pennsylvania rejected President Donald Trump’s campaign appeal on the state’s election results on Friday, a move that Trump’s lawyers said will allow them to expedite their lawsuits before the Supreme Court de EE.UU. “Pennsylvania’s activist judicial machine continues to cover up allegations of massive fraud. We are very … Read more

Supreme Court rules in favor of churches on covid-19 restrictions

New York restarts religious services 2:41 (CNN) — In a 5-4 ruling, the US Supreme Court sided with religious organizations in a dispute over health restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo imposed these restrictions that limit the number of people who can attend churches. The case is the latest confrontation … Read more

The Supreme Court Supports Religious Groups and Blocks Covid-19 Restrictions in New York | Univision News United States

Amid a worrying increase in coronavirus infections and hospitalizations in the United States, the Supreme Court on Wednesday night prohibited restrictions on religious services in New York established since last Friday by Governor Andrew Cuomo to combat the spread of COVID-19. In a failure of 5-4 known late on Wednesday, the Supreme Court sided with … Read more

Trump’s lawyer, determined to file a fraud complaint with the Supreme Court

Following the dismissal of Trump’s vote lawsuit in Pennsylvania, his attorney announces that this helped expedite the appeal to the US Supreme Court. “Today’s decision will help us in our strategy to quickly get to the US Supreme Court.”Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for outgoing US President Donald Trump, said on Saturday. This statement came hours … Read more

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Drops Trump Lawsuit and Recognizes Vote Counting | Video

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has dismissed Donald Trump’s campaign lawsuit over observer distance in counting votes for the presidential election. The criminal lawyer Manuel Retureta explains that there were Republican observers reviewing the votes, but that they demanded a shorter distance to be able to do so. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court said that people could … Read more

The Supreme Court does not seem to want to abolish Obamacare

DAgain, the Supreme Court is probably not doing what Donald Trump want. After the first hearing in the current dispute over the “Obamacare” health insurance system, it looks as if the judges do not want to abolish the “Affordable Care Act” of 2010 this time either. It is the third time that they are supposed … Read more

The Supreme Court nullifies the agreements not to claim for the floor clause if there was a lack of information

The Supreme Court (TS) has had to rectify its jurisprudence on banking agreements to remove or lower the floor clause of a mortgage in exchange for the client renouncing to claim judicially in the future. This body now considers, bound by European justice, that These resignation agreements are void because they are abusive if there … Read more

The Supreme Court endorses the IRPH in mortgages on social housing | Civil

Juan Ignacio Navas Marqués The plenary session of the Civil Chamber of the Supreme Court has ruled in Sentence No. 585/2020, of November 6 (No. Appeal 3990/2016), on the IRPH in a litigation that dealt with the mortgage of an official housing. The dispute involves a financial institution and a consumer who had been subrogated … Read more