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Johnson looking for a new home

first_imgLast month it was revealed the Warriors told their star player he could test his value on the free market, indicating they weren’t willing to re-sign him.Johnson took to social media Monday afternoon to “clear up” his situation.He said at this stage there’s no contract for him to sign beyond 2019 and that he’s already approached some rugby league clubs in Australia to pique their interest.The Canberra Raiders had been touted as a potential home for Johnson if he was to leave the Warriors, however the club said earlier this month that its not formally considering him as an option.Johnson signed a two year deal with the Warriors last year believed to be worth seven figures a season.The 28-year-old has played 162 NRL games since making his debut in 2011 and has been the face of the club for the past five years.In 2014 Johnson was named the world’s best player following New Zealand’s successful Four Nations campaign.last_img read more

5th Circuit Judges Should Think Twice in Keeping Search Affidavits Sealed

first_img Password Not a subscriber? Sign up for The Texas Lawbook. Remember me Armed federal agents raided a suburban Houston aviation company 16 months ago based on a sealed affidavit. The result: employees quit, customers fled and the business went bankrupt. Agents still have not charged the business owner with a crime, but they will not let him see the affidavit either. But the Fifth Circuit, in an obscure ruling this week, said yes to greater access to court records in the pre-indictment stage. The Lawbook has the details . . .You must be a subscriber to The Texas Lawbook to access this content.center_img Lost your password? Usernamelast_img