May 23, 2013

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Obama: 'Journalists Should Not Be At Legal Risk For Doing Their Jobs'
Addressing the intense criticism his administration has taken recently for its aggressive targeting of leaks, President Barack Obama said in a speech Thursday at National Defense University that the focus should be on those who have broken the law and ...
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Four Essential Steps to Take Before Changing Law Firms
The National Law Journal
Recently, jobs were too scarce for many attorneys to take the risk of looking around, but this has started to change. According to The American Lawyer, "lateral activity among Am Law 200 firms reached a three-year high in 2012." Law firms can expect ...
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Giving jobs to family
Malta Independent Online
The President might think that engaging his daughter-in-law's relatives in positions of trust, where they are exposed to intimate situations and to information, is the right and proper thing to do to save him from potential embarrassment. In fact, as ...
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State bans Internet cafes, opponents say jobs lost
Medina County Gazette
Two local owners of cafes in Brunswick and Wadsworth declined to comment on the legislation when reached by telephone on Wednesday. Medina County has 10 Internet cafes, according to state Attorney General Mike DeWine. More than 620 Internet cafes ...
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Release of truck driver's work history violated privacy laws, watchdog says
Calgary Herald
A Calgary-area company violated the province's privacy law by collecting and selling a truck driver's work history — including drug test results and the reasons she was fired from jobs — to prospective employers without her consent. Professional ...
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Vt gov signs law to protect companies from deceptive claims of patent infringement
Washington Post
It will help us grow jobs," Shumlin said. The law gives Vermont companies a way to fight back against patent trolls, officials said. Coinciding with the new law, the state filed a lawsuit accusing a Delaware company of patent trolling. The attorney ...
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