Workshop on the Protection of Cultural Heritage and Municipal Law, April 5, 2019 @asilorg

From the American Society of International Law’s Cultural Heritage and the Arts Interest Group (CHAIG) and Fordham University School of Law’s Urban Center, in collaboration with the Quebec Society of International Law (SQDI), a Call for Papers for a Workshop on the Protection of Cultural Heritage and Municipal Law. The workshop will be held at Fordham University’s School of Law, in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, on Friday, April 5, 2019. The protection of cultural heritage has long been understood as the province primarily of international law, but this workshop…

Daniel Dae Kim, Warren Hsu Leonard Working on Korean-American Legal Drama “Exhibit A” For ABC

Daniel Dae Kim (Lost, Hawai’i Five-O) is producing and starring in a new legal drama for ABC, to be called Exhibit A. The show will center on a Korean-American former prosecutor, Andrew Cho, seeking to put his life back together after enemies sabotage his legal career. Warren Hsu Leonard is also executive producing and writing; Mr. Leonard is a Harvard Law graduate who practiced corporate law and worked on the Amazon series Goliath and How To Get Away With Murder. Mr. Kim originally worked on Exhibit A for CBS. The series is…

Zoopla scraps ‘distracting’ non-property related adverts

In a move to ensure visitors to the site are rewarded with a better user experience, property portal, Zoopla, has removed all non-property related adverts from all its listing details pages. Zoopla confirmed that the changes have already been implemented and are designed to ensure these pages are entirely focused on marketing properties and the agent that is listing them. By removing visual distractions, decluttering the web page and helping it to load faster, the aim is to ultimately drive better marketing reach…

Revoking the notice to withdraw from the EU? The opinion in Wightman

Professor Steve Peers, University of Essex Was sending the Article 50 notification of withdrawal from the EU like jumping off a cliff – impossible to change your mind after jumping? Or was it rather like setting off to the shops, where you can change your mind about shopping while on the way there, in the car park, or even in the shop itself – perhaps because you discover that the promised discounts don’t exist, the management is under police investigation, and the massive Turkish foods section consists of a couple…