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more Near Northside neighbors filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the developers and operators of the White Oak Music Hall, asking a court to stop the music venue from operating in the residential neighborhood.

This is the latest in the conflict between the historically Hispanic, working class neighborhood and the new multi-stage venue at 2915 N. Former city attorney David Feldman, who now runs a private practice, will represent the residents.

RELATED: White Oak Music Hall gets permit to build outdoor stage The lawsuit argues that property values have been negatively affected because of the "loud and disruptive events with large crowds" and that they no longer have "uninterrupted sleep, partake in indoor activities without the invasion of inordinately loud and disruptive noise, or enjoy their home environment without the windows and walls shaking." The nuisance argument is levied in cases where property owners believe the "use and enjoyment of their property" and their rights as property owners is being interfered with by a nearby development.

The examination in this book of the impact of these different alternatives suggests that greater caution is needed before relying on the experience of one jurisdiction when discussing proposals for regulation of assisted dying in others, and the possible consequences of such regulation.

The book seeks to demonstrate the need to explore the legal environment in which assisted dying is performed or proposed in order to evaluate the relevance of a particular legal experience to other jurisdictions.

The question whether assisted dying (euthanasia and assisted suicide) should be legalized is often treated, by judges and commentators alike, as a question which transcends national boundaries and diverse legal systems.

One obvious example is the use made of the ‘Dutch experience’ in other jurisdictions.

And in The Netherlands, former Bosnian Croat military commander Slobodan Praljak has died after taking poison as the International Criminal Tribunal upheld his convictions for war crimes. With disdain, I reject this verdict”, Praljak said as a judge read out his verdict, before drinking from a glass flask. Praljak and five other Bosnian Croat military and political figures were found guilty of war crimes by the tribunal for atrocities committed against Bosnian Muslims while trying to establish a Croat breakaway state in Bosnia in the early 1990s, including a massacre of 37 civilians at the village of Stupni Do.

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said the verdict was “a deep moral injustice towards six Croats from Bosnia and the Croatian people”.

In the recording, Dastyari speaks at length on how “the Chinese integrity of its borders is a matter for China”, saying that Australia should know “where it is and isn't our place to be involved”.

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UPDATE: White Oak Music Hall issued the following statement in response to the suit: "White Oak Music Hall is aware of a petition from certain neighbors seeking to receive monetary compensation from prior outdoor events and to prevent us from having said outdoor events in the future.

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