Jun 26, 2013

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Clark's Throne Speech zeroes in on jobs growth, balanced budgets
Globe and Mail
In her first Throne Speech since the May 14 election, Premier Christy Clark is promising to accelerate her jobs plan and toughen the province's toothless balanced-budget law. The B.C. Liberals' balanced-budget law has already been amended twice to ...
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Jobs Bill forces companies to consider Aussie suppliers
iT News
The Government's Australian Jobs Bill 2013 last night passed into law after being introduced in mid-May. The legislation is part of the Government's $1 billion effort to support and create Australian jobs. Under the new law, businesses undertaking ...
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BCG Attorney Search Reports 2984 Attorney Jobs, Showing 'Lawyer Glut' is not ...
PR Web (press release)
In an interview this month with ClarionLedger.com, Mississippi College School of Law Dean Jim Rosenblatt has also questioned the underlying employment figures. He agrees that the market is challenging with law schools churning out lot many attorneys, ...
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Ex-NJ County Sheriff Cops To Bribes-For-Jobs Scheme
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (June 25, 2013, 8:34 PM ET) -- A former county sheriff and Democratic party leader in New Jersey pled guilty Tuesday to pocketing roughly $122,000 in bribes from those hoping for jobs or promotions in the law enforcement agency that he ...
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Dell workers lose cae against computer giant
Irish Times
In such circumstances, he found a point of law had not been identified to provide a basis for overturning the decision of the Employment Appeals Tribunal. The Tribunal's decision was essentially one of fact and he was dismissing the appeal, he said ...
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Former police officers trying to regain jobs
(AP) - Two former officers of the Chattanooga Police Department are before an administrative law judge, trying to get their jobs back. Sean Emmer and Adam Cooley were fired by Police Chief Bobby Dodd, who said they used excessive force in subduing an ...
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Defenders of Ohio's private job-creation agency tell high court that foes lack ...
Daily Journal
Lawyers for Niehaus, the former Senate president, and Wagoner, a former state senator, told the Ohio Supreme Court that their opponents haven't been personally harmed by JobsOhio — as state law requires to gain standing to sue. Instead, they told ...
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Retired priest to stand trial over assault claim
Herald Sun
In a police statement tendered in court the victim said he was paid between $1.50 and $2 to do odd jobs around the priest's home on a Saturday morning. They included weeding the garden, washing his car and sweeping paths. "On about the third or fourth ...
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Ex-DeKalb County school board chair to try to get job back
WGCL Atlanta
In order to get their jobs back, Walker and other board members who are challenging their dismissals must present their cases before an administrative law judge who essentially acts as a referee in contested firings. The hearing is scheduled to begin ...
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Female employees win equal pay case in Supreme Court
Workplace Law Network (subscription)
"The Supreme Court judgment is the most recent stage of the legal process. The appellants, including classroom assistants and nursery nurses, now have won the right to have their jobs compared to those of male manual workers, such as road workers and ...
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Barrington urges fire district to hire firefighters expected to lose jobs
Chicago Daily Herald
But fire district President Tom Rowan believes that simple, lateral transfer would violate state law — the reason for the district's lease request in the first place. Advertisement. Barrington skeptical about fire district's proposal. Related Article ...
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Deputy constables indicted, accused of double dipping
"It's OK to have two jobs as long as the hours don't overlap," Harris County Assistant District Attorney Michelle Oncken said. But that is exactly what Oncken says her team of investigators found. When they examined a years worth of time sheets, she ...
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Some Tech Companies Find Ways Not To Hire Americans
So the companies have to advertise the job. But the lawyer tells them they don't have to advertise it too conspicuously. "Our goal is, clearly, not to find a qualified and interested U.S. worker," the lawyer in the video says. He later adds, "We're ...
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TN Department Of Labor Announces Child Labor Law Training For Companies ...
The Chattanoogan
The Department of Labor & Workforce Development is working with Tennessee employers that are hiring and training teen workers at their first jobs this summer to make sure those companies are up to date on the state's child labor laws. Minors must be at ...
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Court ruling stirs debate over intern pay
Boston Globe
Experts say the decision, which sanctioned a class-action suit against Fox Searchlight Pictures, has no legal jurisdiction in Massachusetts. It did, however, spark a new — and some say long overdue — debate over an old employment practice that ...
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GOP lawmakers lament ObamaCare as threat to jobs
The Hill (blog)
President Obama's signature healthcare law has many provisions related to business, including a requirement that many employers offer healthcare coverage to their workers. Republicans have long opposed this rule, saying many businesses cannot afford to ...
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Web2 new results for Law Jobs
New law aimed at helping veterans get jobs in trades | The Augusta ...
With more than 60000 contractor jobs expected to become available in Georgia by the year 2020, the state legislature has relaxed its skilled-labor licensing laws  ...
More 2012 law grads find jobs, but overall employment rate dips ...
The overall employment rate for 2012 law school graduates is at the lowest its been in nearly 20 years, according to data released by NALP Thursday.

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