Jun 7, 2013

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Trust or law is choice before business partners, says IIM-A study
Times of India
AHMEDABAD: With a large proportion of alliances occurring between competitors, a study by the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A), says that alliance capabilities of companies are an important determinant of governance mechanism. That is ...
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Study: Consumers Saved $2.1B On Individual Coverage Under Health Law
Kitsap Sun
People who bought their own health insurance last year saved $2.1 billion because of the federal health law, mainly because of a provision that limits how much of their premium can go to insurers' administration and profits, says a report out today ...
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Vermont law decriminalizes marijuana
Peter Shumlin signed a measure into law Thursday. The law replaces criminal penalties with civil fines similar to a traffic ticket for possession of up to an ounce of marijuana or five grams of hashish. STUDY: Marijuana use increases risk of academic ...
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LLB degree should be extended to five years: Law Society SA
Times LIVE
Sapa | 2013-06-07 09:31:25.0. Judge, law book and gavel. File photo. Image by: svengine / Getty Images/iStockphoto. Prospective lawyers should study for five years, instead of four, to obtain their LLB degrees, the Law Society of South Africa said ...
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Business Q&A: Understanding Indian law important for conducting business with ...
Q: The University of Oklahoma College of Law offers extensive opportunities to study Indian law, including four degree and certificate programs. Why is Indian law important to Oklahoma? A: Oklahoma has the second-largest American Indian population in ...
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Lipitor Lawsuit News: Rottenstein Law Group LLP Responds to New Joint Side ...
Watch List News (press release)
As Lipitor lawsuits progress, a new study of members of the United States military has found that statins such as Lipitor can cause bone and joint problems in those who use the drug. The Rottenstein Law Group LLP, which accepts clients for Lipitor ...
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Study: Black Iowans eight times more likely to be arrested for marijuana ...
SW Iowa News
Lt. Robert Hansen with the Iowa Department of Public Safety said law enforcement officials are examining the study and will comment on the findings in the coming days. The national study found that roughly the same percentage of whites and blacks use ...
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Is U.S. Immigration Law Biased Against Women?
According to The Huffington Post, a new study has revealed that immigration law in the U.S. forces women to endure a different experience than men when attempting to gain a legal status in the country. "Immigration law, which on its face appears gender ...
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The modern face of Leeds Law Society
Yorkshire Evening Post
“In my first year it must have been about 80 per cent partying and 20 per cent studying,” she says. Rather than read law, history was her chosen subject given the fact that, by her late teens, she still wasn't certain if she wanted to become a ...
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75% said some bankers are 'still paid excessively'
Daily Mail
Three quarters of bankers say some colleagues are paid an excessive amount that can encourage them to break the law, a damning study revealed yesterday. Nearly five years after the financial crisis began in 2008, the report interviewed bankers ...
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Bolivia's Brazil nut gatherers must establish control over logging operations ...
Reuters AlertNet
Brazil nut gatherers in northern Bolivia must play a greater role in overseeing commercial logging being undertaken in their forests, a study warns, or they risk losing control and income as logging operations increase in the region. “Although Bolivian ...
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Things To Know: Council Budget Study Session
The Brown Act prohibits the Council from discussing or acting upon any matter not agendized pursuant to State Law. 3. CONDUCT STUDY SESSION: Conduct Study Session to Review the Recommended 2013-14 General Fund, Special Revenue Funds and ...
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Study says Affordable Care Act will leave many uninsured
Tulsa World
Nationally, at least 29.8 million people will remain uninsured after the full implementation of the federal health care law, and the number could be as high as 31 million, the report estimates. In Oklahoma, the Jan. 1 implementation of the law will ...
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Jack and the Beanstalk helps to provide new insights into workings of the Law
Loughborough News
A novel project by the University of Leicester has seen 13 students from the School of Law work with children as part of a new study on Children and the Law. The project involves University of Leicester undergraduates engaging with activities with ...
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DC's Davis-Bacon Revolt
Davis-Bacon is the 1931 law that requires contractors on all federal projects to pay a "prevailing wage"—which means the highest local union wage. Study after study has shown that the law inflates costs and mires projects in red tape. As bad as Davis ...
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Shell seeks more time to decide on IPO plan
“Everything hinges on the study on upgrading the refinery and the law states that if you have a refinery, you should commit 10 percent (of the company's shares to the public). The refinery study is ongoing,” Shell spokesperson Roberto S. Kanapi said on ...
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New Law Makes Sexting a Minor Illegal
Updated: Thursday, June 6 2013 5:01 PM EDT2013-06-06 21:01:20 GMT. Glenville State College will host incoming freshmen interested in different areas of study each week in June. Glenville State College will host incoming freshmen interested in different ...
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Tax Dollars Study Gay Dad Sex; High School Student Shocks With Prayer ...
Personal Liberty Digest
Tax dollars at work: President Barack Obama's 2009 economic stimulus law financed a $431,363 grant in Representative Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco-area Congressional district to study the “psychological distress” of homosexual fathers. After three years ...
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Study: Republicans Oppose 'Assisted Suicide,' Cool With 'Painless End Of Life'
Wonkette (satire)
There's our “flashy” President B. Barry Bamz and his healthcare law that can't possibly be as bad as Republicans have spent the last half a decade derping that it will be, so expectations managed there; the country's suddenly a lot cooler with gay ...
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Israel Prods Ultra-Orthodox to 'Share Burden'
New York Times
Employment rates plummeted largely because those who skirted army service by citing Torah study as their vocation were blocked from seeking jobs. The new draft law — which still needs to be approved by the cabinet and Parliament — would remove that ...
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Georgia News Roundup
Marietta Daily Journal
He says the conference gives law enforcement leaders the chance to learn from each other. Speakers from the United States, Austria, Canada and Great Britain are expected to discuss domestic terrorism, managing social media, doing more with less funding ...
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Kosovar Albanians study law at Wake Forest | MyFOX8.com
By Web Staff
We often learn about the world's history of wars in school, but we don't often hear about the rebuilding that comes afterward. Kreshnan Radoniqi, Valon Kurdaj and Shqipdon Fasliu came to America to learn what they can to rebuild their ...

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