Sep 28, 2012

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New York Nanny Law: Many Employers Still Unaware Of 'Domestic Workers Bill ...
Huffington Post
The group runs a 24-hour hotline to advise workers about their rights and offers a free monthly legal clinic. Julien said the law has empowered her to demand what workers in other jobs were already getting. "These bare minimum standards go a long way ...
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OUR VIEW: New fallout from anti-illegal immigration law
Gadsden Times
Proponents of HB 56, the tough and controversial anti-illegal immigration law passed by Alabama's Legislature in 2011, said it would open up jobs for thousands of unemployed people in the state. They've cited declines in Alabama's unemployment rate as ...
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Personal Injury Solicitor /Exec. NQ Upwards
The Independent
This is a great opportunity for a recently qualified Solicitor or Chartered Legal Executive with experience in the Personal Injury field to establish an excellent career with one of South Wales' leading law firms. This is a high ranking Legal 500 firm ...
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Facebook, Twitter, email passwords made private under California law
Vallejo Times-Herald
Proponents say the laws apply 21st century reality to existing standards that protect job hunters and school applicants from giving out personal information like age, marital status and sexual orientation -- details often revealed on social media pages ...
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Brick mayor could veto plan to job cuts
Asbury Park Press
BRICK — Mayor Stephen Acropolis said he wants to veto a Township Council plan to restructure several departments and eliminate eight jobs because the discussions on the ordinance might have violated the Sunshine Law. "There are several legal issues ...
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How Will the JOBS Act and Crowdfunding Impact You?
Business 2 Community
In April of this year, President Obama signed into law the JOBS Act (the "Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act"), a bi-partisan bill designed to make investing in small businesses easier. The rationale of the act is to ease federal regulations in order ...
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An Update on the DOJ Honors Program
Above the Law
Here at Above the Law, we try to keep our readers posted about good job opportunities. We have a jobs board where readers can review employment listings, as well as a special Job of the Week. And we mention specific programs from time to time, such as ...
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Above the Law
Tax incentives approved for expanding companies in Kentucky
Lexington Herald Leader
during a press conference welcoming Bingham McCutchen law firm at Lexington City Hall lobby in Lexington, Ky., on Sept. 20, 2012. The international law firm is establishing a Global Services Center and bringing 250 jobs to Lexington. Photo by Pablo ...
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Lexington Herald Leader
Hucknall Today
If you worked in a small local law firm, you would develop experience in a wide range of legal matters, whilst in larger firms you would tend to specialise in a particular area of law. In a full-time job you would typically work standard office hours ...
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Six Jobs and the Personalities Needed to Succeed
Fox Business
However, being a pessimist is a plus for lawyers, Seligman writes, "because seeing troubles as pervasive and permanent is a component of what the law profession deems as prudence. A prudent perspective enables a good lawyer to see every conceivable ...
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Albany students get experience in construction jobs
"Construction jobs are still plentiful. However we are losing those trained cadre of folks coming through. So we are trying to revitalize that and try to get them interested in it so they want to follow on and have a construction job in the future ...
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'Supermajority' restrictions make it harder for state to handle crises
Bellingham Herald
But for nearly two decades they have had their hands tied by an unreason-able law that's blocked the majority from taking a reasonable course in trying to mend our recession-battered economy – one that would have saved jobs, helped struggling families, ...
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New Data Show Net Job Growth Under Barack Obama
Huffington Post
... wages, while most of those <a href="" target="_hplink">gained during the recovery were low-wage jobs</a>, according to a recent study from the National Employment Law Project.
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Jindal announces ExxonMobil expansion, 389 new indirect jobs
Updated: Wednesday, September 26 2012 6:56 AM EDT2012-09-26 10:56:34 GMT. A late night drive and a few beers landed a pet squirrel in trouble with its owner, and the pet's owner in trouble with the law. More >>. A late night drive and a few beers ...
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Statewide ballot proposals analyzed
East Village Magazine
The Michigan Jobs and Energy Coalition, which includes Michigan's major utilities, electrical cooperatives, major business organizations, industrial customers and economic development interests and which helped pass the 2008 renewable energy law, ...
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Good Jobs for All launches listening tour in Toronto (Includes interview and ...
The Good Jobs for All, a community – labour coalition representatives were there to gather and listen from the group of mostly precariously employed or underemployed workers personal stories and to determine what is needed to address the key issues ...
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Adul hopes to preserve sanctity of the law
Bangkok Post
We must stand firm in professionalism and have the confidence to do our jobs. We must preserve the sanctity of the law and act with fairness. I've adhered to this principle all along. But our decisions are based on the circumstances too. We must stick ...
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Bangkok Post
Former Columbia councilman wants suspended law license back
The State
Also that year, the S.C. Supreme Court suspended Cromartie's law license. The court's Office of Disciplinary Counsel began a lengthy investigation as to what would be the best way to treat his legal status, taking his whole legal and political career ...
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The State
Trying to fill 6000 jobs, Microsoft pitches $10000 H-1B visa
Computerworld Australia
Not all computer-related occupations have or need a computer science degree, Hira said. "Is there a shortage of people going to medical school or even law school or in investment banking? No, because smart kids know that this is a reasonable career ...
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no progress: iraqi infrastructure at another impasse
The infrastructure law would allow the Iraqi state to basically take out "loans" with companies tasked with the jobs and then repay them at a later date. But the law's political opponents have a different opinion: they believe that the conditions of ...
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CJI Calls for Thrust to Infrastructure to Boost Jobs
"Every investment project has the potential to generate jobs and this is the importance of infrastructure project," he told a gathering comprising Chief Justice-designate Justice Altamas Kabir, Home Minister P Chidambaram, Law Minister Salman Khurshid, ...
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Calif. Assemblyman Mike Gatto's California Green Fuels Bill Signed into Law
AB 1900 will also create a California industry for producing biogas, creating thousands of local jobs and economic activity in a new, homegrown, renewable-energy industry. Representatives from Burbank and Pasadena utilities applauded the bill for both ...
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It's the law of the jungle when a 'pet' falls from the sky
Charlotte Observer
Tracy Curtis is a mom after a 15-year career in TV and film. She lives in Charlotte. E-mail Tracy Curtis. Don't ever tell your kids that having a pet lizard is not meant to be. Because here's what will happen: You'll be out of town, they'll be in the ...
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Proposal would have all Dickinson law students spend first year in State College
McConnaughay countered that his proposed amendment to the contract is the ethical way to go, because the university, in shrinking its overall size, isn't asking new law students to take on debt for jobs that might not be there. That eventually would ...
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Cadence plans to add local jobs after Encore merger expands its services
Birmingham Business Journal
Those moves could mean more jobs in the bank's Birmingham headquarters and make the bank a bigger competitor in the market. Cadence completed its conversion of Encore Bank over the Sept. 14 weekend. Through the legal merger that closed on July 2, ...
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PAC's newspaper ad makes multiple false claims about Obama
We found nothing in Obama's stated policies or positions to support this claim. Still, we ran it by Phil Lynn, director of the National Law Enforcement Policy Center, a division of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. He said he'd never ...
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Learn to Shine Through Mediation
The National Law Journal
As the legal industry navigates this new reality, those developing their legal careers as up-and-coming litigators face a whole new set of challenges. How can these litigators find opportunities to shine in the courtroom with delays and backlogs ...
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The National Law Journal
Mexico labor bill would loosen hiring, union grip
San Francisco Chronicle
Calderon said the new law, by providing training, probationary and part-time work, could especially help create jobs for those who currently have the hardest time entering the labor market: women and young people. But critics say Mexico's ongoing wave ...
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San Francisco Chronicle
Summer Jobs at Major Firms Led to High Number of Full-Time Offers
New York Law Journal (registration)
September 28, 2012. The number of law students who spent their summers working at major law firms inched up between 2011 and 2012, and for the second straight year, nearly all those students' efforts were rewarded with offers of full-time employment.
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Capital One cuts 217 jobs in Tigard office: Washington County Roundup
HIGH SCHOOL THEATER: High school plays and musicals will always have an audience of parents, grandparents and siblings who are required by familial law to attend the performances. But plenty of people in Beaverton not under the kinship mandate ...
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Pa. judge backs most of voter ID law
Philadelphia Inquirer
Simpson previously rejected contentions that the law put too many burdens on voters. On appeal, the state Supreme Court sent the case back, saying the central question for him to decide was whether the state had done a good enough job at getting IDs to ...
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Philadelphia Inquirer
Employers can't ask job applicants for Facebook passwords (blog)
Employers, Facebook, social media, passwords, hiring. Maria Georgescu. Employers are now prohibited from asking job applicants for their Facebook and other social media passwords, under a new state law. Diana Samuels: Technology Reporter- Silicon ...
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Female global leader to speak at law firm
Lawyers Weekly
The former president of Ireland will tonight (28 September) visit Sydney law firm Kemp Strang to speak about her career and the fight for climate justice. Mary Robinson, the first female president of Ireland and former United Nations High Commissioner ...
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Brewer appeals ruling in immigration law case
Yuma Sun
At the heart of the battle is a section of SB 1070 that would create a separate crime for someone who is violating any other law to also transport or harbor an illegal immigrant, or to encourage or induce someone to illegally come to or live in the ...
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Former Southern Illinois University Law Librarian Survives Motion to Dismiss
Raymond claimed the law library colleague fabricated the crowbar threat to protect her job; that several administrators violated his rights by failing to fully investigate the circumstances before terminating him; and that the accusations have hindered ...
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Steve Jobs' Reality Distortion Field Lives On
Remember when Bill Clinton was on the ropes with the Lewinsky mess, and every day some Clinton shill like Lanny Davis would come on TV and raise a stink about Ken Starr's law firm having some kind of conflict of interest, and try to spin the story to ...
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House 18 candidates put job creation at forefront
Huntington Herald Dispatch
Sobonya said the state's hard economic times are due to unwise decisions being made on the federal level, citing the new health care law among them. She said the Legislature "prematurely" adopted, without her support, the WV Health Benefit Exchange Act ...
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Blogs2 new results for Law Jobs
RELEASE: "Renewable energy" law forces higher electricity rates, job
By psteele
"Renewable energy" mandate will raise electricity prices by $145 million, cost Maine 1,000 jobs. RPS law burdens households, harms Maine's economy. Maine's Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) legislation, which requires that some of the ...
The Maine Heritage Policy Center
Inside the Law School Scam: Toxic assets
By LawProf
Like many higher-ranked law schools, GW has over the last few years started paying a modest post-graduation stipend to new graduates who acquire volunteer positions with non-profit employers. In GW's program, the graduates are required ...
Inside the Law School Scam

Web6 new results for Law Jobs
Book asks: Are you sure you want to go to law school ... -
Paul Campos, the University of Colorado Law School professor who writes the incendiary Inside the Law School Scam blog, is back at it, with a new book of ...
Government Jobs Bootcamp — Georgetown Law
M. students interested in working in the federal or state governments to attend our Government Jobs Bootcamp on Friday, September 28, 2012. This program is ...
Will Recession Lost Legal Jobs Come Back?
This is something I'm seriously trying to understand. So...before the recession, the legal economy was in a boom phase right? Then, when the recession hit in ...;t...
SEC Issues Guidance on JOBS Act Research Provisions | The ...
The staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Trading and Markets (Staff) recently issued frequently asked questions (FAQs) providing ...
Africans Relocate to Alabama to Fill Jobs After Immigration Law ...
Africans Relocate to Alabama to Fill Jobs After Immigration Law,Esene Manga, an Eritrean ...
Tax revenue, more than jobs, drive law change |
A $7500 premium tax credit and more flexible regulations are leading some businesses to move their captive insurers to the Nutmeg State. So what are the ...

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