Jun 11, 2013

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Big Changes at the Company? Expect Employee Misconduct
Connecticut Law Tribune
Proactively approaching career moments and other corporate changes should be part of a broader risk mitigation strategy. Martin says companies, their managers, and corporate leaders of functions such as HR and legal should keep in mind that "it's not ...
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Perry signs high school curriculum overhaul law
Seattle Post Intelligencer
Approved unanimously by both the Texas Senate and House, the law is designed to give more flexibility to students who want to focus on career and technical training, not just college-prep courses. Amid a backlash from students, parents and teachers ...
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Sonia Sotomayor paid additional $1.9 million in advance of memoir My Beloved ...
Calgary Herald
Sotomayor has gotten more than $3 million in advance payments for her best-selling memoir from her publisher. WASHINGTON — Being a Supreme Court justice has not only been good for Sonia Sotomayor's legal career, it's also helped her bank account.
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Fla. Panhandle grandma graduates law school
(AP) -- A 70-year-old grandmother is studying for the bar exam after graduating from law school. Sandra Wilson received her law degree in May from Faulkner University in Montgomery, Ala. Now, she's looking forward to starting a new career. But first up ...
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Westervelt, Galloway, Law Win MLL Weekly Awards
Lacrosse Magazine
Cascade's Rookie of the Week honors went to Denver Outlaws attack Eric Law. Westervelt racked up a career-high eight goals in Chesapeake's 21-8 victory over the NY Lizards last Thursday night. The attackman buried half of his goals in the first quarter ...
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Labor Department holds workshop for job seekers
Step two will be the Career Expo, where workshop attendees can put what they learn to use. Job seekers who attend this week's workshops will get a ticket for early bird Expo admission, giving them the first chance to meet potential employers before the ...
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Lemon law attorney praises changes to bill
San Francisco Chronicle
Megna, who estimated he's handled between 2,000 and 3,000 lemon law cases over his career, said the threat of double damages actually led many auto manufacturers to settle rather than take cases to trial. The proposal would also give manufacturers 45 ...
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Joe Lieberman's post-Senate career not so different, except with grandkids
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Lieberman announced last week that he had joined Kasowitz, Benson Torres and Friedman, a New York law firm the New York Times calls "a litigation powerhouse that in recent years has entered the ranks of the country's most profitable law firms" and that ...
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My First Autopsy Report
Daily Beast
I owe my legal career to two men and three aphorisms. The first man is my brother. He was smart, funny, irreverent, and I idolized him. Alan was almost six years older, and from my end of that gap, he seemed to be everything that I wanted to be, and ...
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