BGH : Foreign judgments in matrimonial matters: In proceedings concerning the recognition of foreign judgments in matrimonial matters is the Regional Judicial Administration not entitled to file an appeal, also not, when the Higher Regional Court repealed its decision and has remitted the case for a reassessment of the country’s administration of justice . Az XII ZB 695/14 , decision … Read More
Press Release | Federal Administrative Court: The Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig ruled today that parents are required to pay a minimum fee in the amount of child benefit to the social services placement of the child for taking the child into care. (Nr. 84/2015, BVerwG 5 C 21.14 ). Bundesverwaltungsgericht | Pressemitteilung: Das Bundesverwaltungsgericht in Leipzig hat heute entschieden, dass Eltern im … Read More
The court upheld the BIA and IJ’s determination that petitioner’s conviction for a drug trafficking crime, for which he received a sentence of five years’ imprisonment, was a particularly serious crime rendering him ineligible for withholding of removal. (Hernandez-Nolasco v. Lynch, 12/4/15) AILA Doc. No. 15120405
German Municipal Law | Constitutional complaint against a service brought before US courts lawsuit in Germany without success message | The Constitutional Court has not admitted a constitutional complaint for decision, with which a German company opposes the delivery of an action for damages brought in the United States of America. | Constitutional Court 2. Senate | 2 BvR 2019/09 … Read More
AILA Doc No. 15120215 | Dated November 30, 2015 November 30, 2015, H-2B Cap Count As of 11/30/15, USCIS has receipted 13,472 beneficiaries towards the 33,000 cap for the first half of FY2016. This count includes 11,520 approved and 1,952 pending beneficiaries. Cite as AILA Doc. No. 15120215
AILA Doc No. 15100101 | Dated December 2, 2015 Currently, millions of Syrian refugees are seeking protection from violence, persecution, and similar horrors that unfolded on the streets of Paris. The United States has committed to increase the overall total of refugees to 85,000 in FY2016, with at least 10,000 Syrian refugees, and to 100,000 in FY2017. According to the … Read More
BGH-Präsidentin Plädoyer für Vorratsdatenspeicherung Seit Juli 2014 ist sie Präsidentin des Bundesgerichtshofs. Der F.A.Z. hat Bettina Limperg nun ihr erstes größeres Interview gegeben. Darin plädiert sie grundsätzlich für eine Vorratsdatenspeicherung. Die Leihmütterschaft sieht sie mit Skepsis.