May 16, 2013

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News12 new results for Law Jobs
Letter: Rewrite liability law for more jobs - Newsday
Road construction season is in full swing, and that means thousands of jobs for Long Islanders. But even with the road work under way now, the state should be doing more. Fully 12 percent of New York's bridges are structurally deficient, and another 25 ...
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Baltimore's local hiring bill worth a try
Baltimore Sun
Second, The Sun speculates that even if the law stands, it may be ineffective (like Boston's), and that covered employers could reserve their "broom-pusher" positions for city residents only. As The Sun concedes, however, Boston's law was ineffective ...
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SEC taps Boston lawyer to run unit overseeing company disclosures
Thomson Reuters News & Insight
He will also take the lead on some of the critical rule-writing required by the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, a 2012 law that relaxes certain regulations to help spur small businesses raise capital and eventually go public. Higgins has ...
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Hoppes says legal, other experience make him best choice
Republican & Herald
Keith D. Hoppes believes his legal training, combined with his experience in other jobs, will make him the ideal magisterial district judge for western Schuylkill County. "My real-world experience, along with my formal training in law, and practicing ...
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Position Title: Patrol Officer
Police News
The patrol officer job is a uniform position sworn to uphold and enforce all laws and City ordinances, to protect lives and property, and maintain peace and order in the community, including but not limited to, patrolling in squad car, on foot, bicycle ...
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The Immigrant Economic Stimulus: Nannies and Gardeners
Huffington Post (blog)
Immigrant workers without legal rights cannot defend themselves from wage theft, unpaid overtime or the dangers of toxic and unsafe working conditions. They can't complain to authorities about abusive employers or seek better jobs because they live in ...
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BCG Attorney Search Reports Increase in Attorney Jobs in New York
Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release)
Legal recruiter BCG Attorney Search has found that law firms in New York are expanding their ranks by adding attorneys in their corporate, litigation and employment law groups. The Pasadena, CA-based recruiter's New York City office is currently in the ...
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Pa. Natural Gas Industry Fuels a Surge in Legal Work -
The National Law Journal
While there is currently debate over whether the rise of the natural gas industry in Pennsylvania has created as many jobs as some had originally projected, there is little disagreement among attorneys and legal recruiters that there is, at the moment ...
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Corporate lawyer joins federal regulator team
The Hill (blog)
A majority of major financial regulations stemming from the JOBS Act and the Dodd-Frank financial reform law are still outstanding. The SEC has also come under fire from Republican lawmakers for not moving JOBS Act rules along more quickly. The ...
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LawCrossing CEO Says Legal Secretary Jobs Taking a Hit from April and Will ...
Watch List News (press release)
In spite of legal secretary jobs being slashed across the country, has found over 3,000 positions for them. Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) May 14, 2013. Today,, a portal on legal jobs confirmed recent media reports of law firms ...
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INFLUENCE GAME: Tech industry, big labor wrangle over high-tech jobs for ...
Washington Post
The answer is somewhere in between, depending as much on new technologies and the U.S. education system's ability to keep up as on the immigration law itself. But the sliver of computer-related jobs inside the U.S. that might be designated for ...
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3 African-Americans advance in top jobs at Lilly
Indianapolis Recorder
Hawkins has passed his chief diversity officer baton to Monique Hunt McWilliams, assistant general counsel, litigation and legal compliance. McWilliams has worked in a variety of positions in Lilly Legal since she joined the company in 1998. The ...
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Blogs2 new results for Law Jobs
This Is The Steve Jobs Email That Has Apple In A Legal Mess ...
By Nicholas Carlson
The DOJ's latest piece of evidence is an email that Apple CEO Steve Jobs sent News Corp executive James Murdoch. In it, Jobs tells Murdoch, who oversaw News Corp's book publishing arm, that he doesn't think consumers will buy eBooks ...
A Note to the Newly-Minted Lawyer | Solo Practice University®
By Suzanne Meehle
Do not limit your job search to just law firms. Part of the reason that Big Law jobs are so scarce is that the big companies that employ the Big Law firms have figured out that they can do a lot of that work themselves. Most in-house jobs require at ...
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Web3 new results for Law Jobs
Michigan Dean Says Law Schools Are Looking ... -
Michigan Dean Says Law Schools Are Looking Beyond LSATs. By Vivia Chen All Articles. The Careerist. May 14, 2013. For the text of this article, see Michigan ...
Legal Solutions Blog | Blog | JOBS Act fuelling secretive bond offerings
There has been a change in foreign capital raisings recently. Foreign companies are moving from public to private markets to fund their expansion plans.
TaxProf Blog: American Lawyer: There Are Two Law School Grads ...
American Lawyer: There Are Two Law School Grads For Every Available Law Job. The American Lawyer: Most States Saw Lawyer Surplus Grow From 2009 to ...

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