“Pima County is obviously disappointed in Judge Kellie Johnson’s Preliminary Injunction restricting the County Health Department from enforcing a 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew throughout Pima County. The Board of Supervisors imposed the curfew Dec. 15, 2020, in an effort to control the spread of COVID-19. The Board of Supervisors has authorized the County Attorney to appeal the ruling. It is the County’s firm belief that state law empowers the Health Department to take specific actions such as the curfew to mitigate and halt the spread of infectious diseases. In the meantime, Pima County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Francisco
A federal judge on Wednesday dealt a potentially fatal blow to a $100 million lawsuit against former Duke basketball star Zion Williamson, ruling that the contract the player first signed with a Florida agent violates North Carolina law.
In her 20-page opinion, U.S. District Judge Loretta Biggs of Winston-Salem agreed with Williamson’s attorneys that the 2019 agreement he signed with Gina Ford and Prime Sports Marketing fails to meet the requirements of the state’s Uniform Athlete Agents Act.
The law, one of 40 around the country, is designed to protect student-athletes from unscrupulous agents. Williamson was still a Duke student
ATLANTA (AP) —
The Law Offices of Christopher L. Jackson announced last week that it will relocate back to its previous home at 713 Scott Blvd. in Covington, leaving the historic Fourth Street building that Jackson saved from possible demolition.
Jackson has been a local attorney for eighteen years, sixteen of which have been spent in Covington.
The building at 121 East Fourth Street was sold to CovCor, which recently purchased and developed the corner of nearby Fourth & Garrard streets, turning it into an outdoor recreation area with food businesses that serve from repurposed shipping containers. Further details about the building’s future
When Donald Trump kicked off his bid for the presidency in 2015, he famously claimed he was going to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it. Then he got into office and the line became taxpayers will put up the money but Mexico will reimburse us. That subsequently shifted to Mexico will pay through tariffs, which turned into Mexico will pay “indirectly through NAFTA,” which was followed by the wall will pay for itself, which preceded Congress will fund it and if they don’t I’ll shut down this whole damn government, and,