Jun 13, 2013

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Law firm sets up in city with 150 jobs lift
Glasgow Evening Times
... as part of the move, with staff offered the opportunity to relocate. Welcoming the announcement, Gordon Matheson, leader of Glasgow City Council, said: "The decision by a leading international legal firm to bring so many jobs to Glasgow is very ...
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Apple's Cue Is Key to Defense of E-Book Price-Fixing Case
Bloomberg Law
The real star witness would be Jobs, said Kellie Lerner, an antitrust lawyer with the firm Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP (1287L), who isn't involved in the case. Cue wins the role by default, she said. Now, "it really does come down to him," she ...
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Social media, alcohol laws take effect Friday
ABQ Journal
SANTA FE – Starting Friday, New Mexico law will prohibit employers from ordering job applicants to turn over their user names or passwords for social media accounts. The new law, which also bars colleges from requesting the social media passwords of ...
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Unpaid internships in jeopardy after court ruling
The decision by U.S. District Judge William H. Pauley III may lead some companies to rethink whether it's worth the legal risk to hire interns to work without pay. For many young people struggling to find jobs in a tough economy, unpaid internships ...
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Don't Worry Lawyers: Startups Aren't Coming for Your Jobs Just Yet
While the best lawyers will continue to add value above and beyond the reach of technology, lots of routine work in law - pouring through documents for relevant materials - is a prime target for automation. And yet law is a conservative field, and ...
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Law firm's Sacramento office will be hit by cuts after all
Sacramento Business Journal
A management shake-up at Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe will affect the firm's Sacramento office after all. Three local staff will be affected as shared functions such as information technology, marketing, finance and human resources are consolidated on ...
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Rep. John Rogers says he's no double-dipper and that law will be challenged in ...
The Birmingham News - al.com
Rogers said there are questions about the law. Mainly, he said, serving in the Legislature is a part-time job that has paid a salary of $10 a day under the state Constitution. Legislators receive more than $50,000 in total compensation, but most of it ...
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Jobs for mates claim as Greg Pearce awaits fate
The Australian
Gavin Bell, CEO of Mr Pearce's old law firm Freehills, was appointed to the Return to Work Safely Board and Geoffrey Levy, a partner at Freehills at the same time as Mr Pearce, was appointed to run the government's property utilisation taskforce ...
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Pence officials win ethics clearance to take new jobs, limit involvement with ...
The Republic
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Ethics Commission has cleared a pair of Pence administration officials to take new jobs at Purdue University and an Indianapolis law firm. The panel voted unanimously Thursday morning in favor of Pence policy director ...
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'Social entrepreneurs' awarded grants from their alma mater, Harvard Law
ABA Journal
Two Harvard alumni are launching a nonprofit civil rights law firm, thanks to a new program that awards grants to grads working in public service, including grads who create their own jobs. It's the first law school program to offer grants for "social ...
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France's Fioraso law is an admission of things present
Times Higher Education
Our Sciences Po students look for jobs around the globe, not just in France, Belgium, Geneva or Quebec. And even those who take jobs in Paris often then find themselves working in English, which is de rigueur at the Organisation for Economic ...
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Bigger, better, stronger, faster: How IBM's Watson upends Moore's Law
InfoWorld (blog)
Simply put, the time, energy, and bandwidth needed to move data between program and data memory and the CPU is overwhelming the ability of processors to perform their jobs. In the era of big data, this bottleneck is becoming more and more of a problem.
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Gun Permit Leak Costs 3 Deputy Sheriffs Their Jobs
Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli says his investigation into an apparent leak of confidential gun permit information from the county sheriff's office is at an end. Earlier this year, county detectives charged former deputy sheriff ...
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VIDEOS: IBM: Loss of 697 jobs in Dutchess deals new blow
Poughkeepsie Journal
In America, the law requires companies doing large downsizings to document that they don't violate age-discrimination rules. So workers get a report under the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act showing how many people by job title and age are being cut.
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A new look at the JOBS Act
"Fairway is classified as an emerging growth company and therefore arguably benefited from the relief offered by the JOBS Act. But the question is, did its I.P.O. success have anything to do with the legislation?," he writes. "Probably not. In fact ...
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Jobs on the coast - for the beautiful people
Brisbane Times
A controversial recruitment website which only allows "beautiful people" to be its members has three positions advertised on the Sunshine Coast. BeautifulPeople.com is an "elite online club" that was originally set up as a dating website for, you ...
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Outlook: Aus shares to dip ahead of jobs data
Finance News Network
Law firm Maurice Blackburn is investigating a shareholder class action against Newcrest, but the gold and copper miner has denied it selectively briefed analysts ahead of announcing the writedowns last week, in a formal response to the ASX. Shares in ...
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Another Former Connecticut AG Lands Law Firm Job
For the second time in less than two weeks, a former Connecticut attorney general is joining a major, New York-based law firm. Clarine Nardi Riddle served as ...
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LawCrossing Reports 54,848 Attorney Job Opening in the ... - PRWeb
Attorney Jobs have dropped, but the situation cannot be termed 'miserable' with LawCrossing reporting 54848 attorney job openings that require to be filled this ...

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