Joshua, Fury fight delayed by legalities, organisers to announce date next week | The Guardian Nigeria News

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Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua have agreed to a two-fight deal. (Photo by AFP)

Anthony Joshua’s Promoter, Eddie Hearn, has promised boxing fans that there will be an announcement ‘next week’ regarding Anthony Joshua’s proposed heavyweight unification bout with Tyson Fury, reports mirror.co.uk.

The clash between the heavyweight champions appeared to be on the verge of collapse this past week after Fury’s team expressed their frustrations with Joshua’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, consistently failing to meet deadlines.

Bob Arum, Fury’s US promoter, said the unification bout was ‘dead in the water’ and that the WBC champion would pursue other opponents, namely

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Nork Fork discusses legalities | Life & Arts

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Justice 4 North Fork held a press conference discussing the legality of the Morehead Gateway Development Area.

North Fork resident held a press conference Friday were Ben Carter, an attorney from the Kentucky Equal Justice Center, discussed what he felt were the substantive, procedural and constitutional shortcomings and defects of the city in the establishment of the Morehead Gateway Development Area.

“These [the city’s shortcomings] include failure to consider the impact of displacement on residents, failure to provide proper notice, failure to assess existing conditions in the mobile home park, and multiple failures to meet basic statutory preconditions of holding

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Laid-off employee contracts in a post-COVID world

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Things are looking up for Ohio businesses and employers. People are getting vaccinated, businesses are reopening and expanding staff, and employees who were furloughed or laid off are coming back to work. This is good news; however, employers who seek to bring back furloughed or laid-off employees must be mindful of how to do so properly to avoid legal pitfalls.

As employers navigate rebuilding their workforces quickly and safely, there are many legalities to keep in mind. Furloughed employees are on an unpaid leave of absence but remain employees and receive benefits such as health care. Layoffs end the employment

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Examining the legalities of shooting suspects in the back

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Are there disputed facts?

From the multiple videos released by Chicago’s independent police review board, there’s no disputing Alvarez had a gun. It’s clearly visible.

The officer and a partner had just chased Alvarez down an alley when, after they emerged onto a residential sidewalk, the officer yelled at Alvarez: “Drop the gun!” The officer then shot at Alvarez, who crumpled to the ground.

A police report identified the officer as Evan Solano, 29. The officer had recognized Alvarez from another incident the day before during which Alvarez fled, and he started chasing Alvarez on foot on March 31, the

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Law roundup: Caller wants to know legality of horse droppings

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Someone calling the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office from Many Lakes Drive wanted to know if it was legal for horses to defecate on the street without the riders cleaning it up.

A Bigfork man said he was having issues with trespassers and reportedly discovered a gate on his property had been shot 21 times. He claimed to have photos of the vehicle belonging to one of the trespassers who shot the lock off the gate.

Someone was reportedly trying to siphon gas out of a woman’s truck on Riley Lane in Kalispell.

A dog that couldn’t stop digging up a

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