The Supreme Court of the United States has blocked the provision on the vaccination obligation for workers of large companies wanted by Joe Biden

The Supreme Court of the United States it blocked the provision on the obligation to vaccinate against the coronavirus for workers of large private companies wanted by the administration of Joe Biden. The measure it was announced last September and required all workers in private companies with more than 100 employees to be vaccinated or … Read more

Federal Supreme Court’s blockade of compulsory vaccination in companies “does not affect Puerto Rico,” says Pierluisi

The governor Peter Pierluisi affirmed this afternoon that Puerto Rico is not affected by the blockade issued on Thursday by the United States Supreme Court about an order by President Joe Biden requiring employees of businesses with 100 or more employees to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 or to submit negative tests weekly. The blockade … Read more

US Supreme Court ends Biden’s vaccination mandate

First modification: 14/01/2022 – 03:04 The highest court of the United States blocked this Thursday, January 13, one of the measures demanded by President Joe Biden to stop the contagion of Covid-19 in large companies. Employees of companies with 100 or more workers will not have to be vaccinated or undergo periodic tests to access … Read more

Supreme Court decided dispute over clause in Internet banking insurance

13.1.2022 – The VKI has sued against several formulations in the conditions of an internet banking insurance offered by Bank Austria and has now been ruled by the Supreme Court. It was suggested to the customer that he would be liable in the event of improper use of a payment instrument, but in fact this … Read more

The U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear the Islamic State’s bride’s appeal

The court on Monday declined to hear a complaint from Hood Muthan, who was born in 1994 in New Jersey, but did not comment further on the decision. Muthana’s father was a diplomat from Yemen. She grew up near Birmingham, Alabama. Muthana left the United States in 2014 to join the Islamic State. During her … Read more

Judicial Branch asks to suspend the process of ratification of judges | I / A Court HR | Supreme Court of Justice | Politics

By virtue of a ruling recently notified by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, the Plenary Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice asked the National Board of Justice to suspend the ratification processes of judges and prosecutors in process, until new legislation is issued on this matter. Through a public statement, the judges of … Read more

Supreme orders repeat public service exam 12 years later

Fernando Pires Yesterday at 06:57 The case spent nine years in the Administrative and Fiscal Court of Mirandela and there are 22 employees with an uncertain future. The Supreme Administrative Court (STA) declared null and ordered a repetition of the competition promoted by the Chamber of Mirandela, in 2009, to fill 22 vacancies for senior … Read more

The Supreme Committee of the Club World Cup adopts the plans of the sub-committees

The Higher Organizing Committee for the Club World Cup “UAE 2021” announced all the plans of the sub-committees after the meeting of its officials, and discussing all reports for their implementation. Sharjah 24: The Supreme Organizing Committee of the Club World Cup “UAE 2021”, headed by Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, President of the … Read more

Emirates News Agency – The Supreme Committee for the Club World Cup “UAE 2021” adopts the plans of the sub-committees to bring the event out in the best way

Wednesday, January 5, 2022 – 8:38 PM ABU DHABI, January 5th / WAM / The Supreme Organizing Committee for the Club World Cup “UAE 2021”, headed by Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, President of the Emirates Football Association, approved all the plans of the sub-committees after a meeting with the officials of those committees, … Read more

Brazilian Supreme Court authorizes universities to require proof of vaccination

The Supreme Court of Brazil authorized this Friday to public universities to demand proof of anticovid vaccination from students who want to return to face-to-face classes in 2022, a day after the Government of Jair Bolsonaro prohibited such possibility by decree. The authorization was granted by magistrate Ricardo Lewadowski, one of the eleven members of … Read more