May 10, 2013

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Study Reveals a Slow Start to 2013 for Law Firms
A study compiled by Citi Private Bank revealed that the first quarter of 2013 has been a slow one for American law firms, and while that shouldn't necessarily be viewed as a bad sign for the coming year, firms should not expect a quick turn around in ...
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Study: DC mental health system failing city's youth
Washington Examiner
Three-quarters of youth referred for mental health services in the District don't receive help within one week, as the law requires, a new study has found. Less than 50 percent of children with mental health issues are even seen within a month ...
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Legislators ask for more time to study 'source of income'
Westfair Online
At the meeting attended by 20 proponents of the law, legislators decided to delay a vote for two weeks to give themselves more time to study it. County Executive Robert P. Astorino proposed the law to ensure the county receives $7.3 million in grants ...
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Counterpoint: Researchers Should Avoid Being an Arm of the Law
Second, they were required to destroy the data after the analysis to protect the subjects who subsequently could be linked to the violation of a federal law. The publication of the study led one city to call the investigators to ask for the practices ...
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Campaign will teach immigrants about health care overhaul
Chicago Tribune
When open enrollment begins in October under the new federal health care law, nearly 260,000 immigrants in Illinois will be eligible to apply for government-subsidized insurance, according to a study released Thursday. However, many of those now ...
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Nicaragua: Justice through conflict mediation
Inside Costa Rica (blog)
MANAGUA, Nicaragua – Though he never went to a university to study law, Arturo García, 44, has become an agent who brings justice to the community of Monte Tabor, south of the nation's capital of Managua. Despite the demands of his job as a security ...
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Homebuyers: 1 in 3 clueless about mortgages
CBS News
Apparently, we haven't learned our lesson. As much as one-third of people applying for mortgages today don't fully understand the terms of the document they're signing, according to a Yale Law Journal study and a study from Zillow, which were unrelated ...
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Hutchinson College Exploring Exemption From Concealed Carry Law - KAKE
One of the provisions to the law allows for certain institutions to seek an exemption to further study the issue. The college's president, Dr. Ed Berger, said they want the four year long exemption to study the implications behind the new state law ...
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Waterloo police to participate in national study - Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
WATERLOO --- The Waterloo Police Department has been selected to participate in a three-year study conducted by the National Police Research Platform to promote organizational excellence in law enforcement. A total of 100 departments from nearly ...
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Homeschool Law Significantly Improved
Home School Legal Defense Association
With the approval by Governor Nathan Deal of House Bill 283 on May 7, 2013, Georgia modified its homeschool law to provide more freedom to parents conducting home study programs for their children. Parents are no longer required to submit annual ...
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Home School Legal Defense Association
Costly lawyers force many to represent themselves: study
The 18-month study found that in some of the three provinces studied — Ontario, B.C. and Alberta — as many as 80 per cent of people are representing themselves in family court. University of Windsor law professor Julie Macfarlane, who conducted the ...
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Patent Pools May Stymie Competition, Study Concludes -
The National Law Journal
Patent pools — bundles of patents intended to facilitate cross-licensing and steer technology into the marketplace — have been touted as a way to cut litigation and transaction costs for businesses. A study released by a former Federal Trade ...
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Dismantle the State: Q&A With 3D Gun Printer Cody Wilson
PC Magazine
I just felt some sense of inadequacy if I didn't know how to read a little bit of law and study some of it. So I tried to go to the best school I could get into at the best price. PCMag: So it was toward this goal [of creating Defense Distributed ...
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Texting while behind the wheel kills more teenagers annually than drink driving
Daily Mail
Dr Adesman, the chief author of the study, added that the current laws against texting while driving, which has been shown to make car crash 23 times more likely, are not effective. The study comes as many lawmakers continue to push for stricter ...
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