Jul 11, 2013

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Judge uses Steve Jobs' words to show Apple broke antitrust law on e-books
Detroit Free Press
Apple broke antitrust laws and conspired with publishers to raise electronic book prices, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, citing "compelling evidence" from the words of the late Steve Jobs. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote said Apple knew that no ...
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JD Match helps law students take more control of their own recruitment and ...
Above the Law
Looking for a great job? In this environment it can be tricky. You need every tool at your disposal. If you haven't heard, JD Match is the first online service that helps introduce law students to law firms and vice versa. It matches law students and ...
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Cadre of Lawyers Will Tend to Military Veterans' Needs
The National Law Journal
Equal Justice Works—a Washington nonprofit that financially supports public-interest law jobs—has announced a Veterans Legal Corps, believed the largest single effort to connect pro bono lawyers with veterans across the county. The program will send ...
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UAE Labour Law Section 6 - Employment of Juveniles
Does the law restrict the employment of any category of persons? 1. Employment of Juveniles (of either sex) under the age of 15 is prohibited. Before employing a juvenile, employers must retain copies shall obtain from him the following documents in ...
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Ga. Officers' Website Costs Them Their Jobs
The Uncle Wiggy business cost the lawmen their jobs, closed state court for a day and spurred conflict among attorneys and prosecutors over alleged ethics violations. County Attorney Chris Corbin, representing the Chattooga County Sheriff's Office ...
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Put ENDA to bias on jobs
Scranton Times-Tribune
States also have employment anti-discrimination laws, but there is a wide mix of the degrees of protection they offer and more than half do not bar discrimination based on sexual orientation. Pennsylvania, for example, formally bans discrimination ...
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Jobs boost as parties stick to lines
New Zealand Herald
"I ask the House and the members opposite to ask themselves whether that is indeed what they are doing and whether that is indeed what is happening with their thinking: Just one little law change, that's all. Just a few more pokies. Think of the jobs ...
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Some Jobs Genuinely Require Specific Languages, Which Is Not Discrimination
Law Firm Newswire (press release)
Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) July 11, 2013 – The nature of the workplace these days is such that some positions need to be filled by people who are able to speak a specific language. "Being able to speak a specific language is now, more than ever, ...
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Former LPD Officer Says He Was Not Offered Comparable Job After Military ...
The Ledger
The law guarantees employees returning from military service or training the right to be re-employed at their former jobs or comparable ones with the same benefits, according to information from the U.S. Department of Labor's website. MacIver was hired ...
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Texas and US law school applications plunge
Dallas Morning News
At the same time, law schools boasted job placement rates for graduates at 95 percent or higher, even during the recessionary years of 2008, 2009 and 2010. As a result, law school applications exploded to record levels, and law schools expanded their ...
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Walmart Won't Build New Stores in D.C. If 'Living Wage' Bill Becomes Law
Opposing Views
Ironically, Barron also bragged about Walmart meeting with residents who wanted good jobs and competitive wages, which is exactly what Walmart appears to oppose now: "Residents told us that they wanted good jobs and more affordable grocery options in ...
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Ross talks gay marriage, gun laws, jobs
The City Wire
Creating jobs, he said, relied more on actual incentives the state can provide companies to move operations here from other areas. The incentives provide the companies with the desire to move operations to the state, not the state's stand on social ...
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How a Simple Piece of Legislation Transformed a City's Entire Economy
The Atlantic Cities
When the international banking giant Citibank moved its credit card operations to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in 1981, it altered the small midwestern city overnight. With a population of barely 80,000 at the time, Sioux Falls still had a local economy ...
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UPDATE 3-US SEC lifts longtime advertising ban for hedge funds, others
JOBS ACT MOVES. The SEC first proposed lifting the ban last year after Congress mandated the change in a 2012 law known as the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act. The JOBS Act relaxes securities regulations to help encourage small companies to go ...
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Walek & Associates Says JOBS Act Ushers In New Era In Asset Management
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
... Today's Securities and Exchange Commission decision to lift the ban on general solicitation by hedge funds and other private placements to sophisticated investors, part of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS Act) law signed more than one year ...
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Legal Executive
The Legal Services Unit (LSU) of the Christchurch City Council is a team of busy in house solicitors who provide advice to the elected members and the Council organisation on legal, governance, enforcement, commercial, risk management and strategic ...
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Fallout From Apple's Loss on E-Books
New York Times
A federal judge on Wednesday said that some of Mr. Jobs's words helped persuade her that Apple had violated antitrust law in conspiring with publishers to raise prices of e-books. Although it appears unlikely that the ruling will have an immediate ...
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Apple Faces Damages Trial Over E-Book Antitrust Violation
U.S. District Judge Denise Cote, ruling in a suit brought by the U.S. government and 33 state attorneys general, said Apple lost the case, in part, because of statements by its deceased founder, Steve Jobs, that government lawyers said showed Apple was ...
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WOLF: Obamacare's panicked Democrats
Washington Times
The Democrats' promises — that patients could keep their doctors and current insurance and that the law would reduce premiums, lower the deficit and create millions of jobs — have been exposed as outright lies. Now a central tenet of the ...
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New Pennsylvania law streamlines business incorporation
York Daily Record
Tom Corbett signed legislation streamlining business incorporation by setting up both online and expedited registration processes for companies bringing jobs to Pennsylvania. Business creations can involve complex legal and financial transactions.
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Secondary Sources: Market Turmoil, Jobs Picture, Big Banks
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The Jobs Picture: The National Women's Law Center looked at the jobs situation in the U.S., four years into the economic recovery, and found that while things have picked up, employment is still below pre-recession levels. The Washington, D.C., group ...
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Thousands Show Up At Kent Jobs Fair
KUOW News and Information
More than 3,000 people attended a jobs fair at the ShoWare Center in Kent on Tuesday. Companies had a big presence too. Law enforcement recruiters showed up in force, as did insurance companies and healthcare providers. But the big player was Boeing ...
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Nitaqat Law: Will It Solve Saudi Arabia's Unemployment Problems? – Analysis
Eurasia Review
This law has raised concerns among Indians living in Saudi Arabia about their future and the future of their families. Hany Kenawi, in his article, 'Nitaqat, the New Localization System for Jobs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia', explains "the name ...
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Law changes license reinstatement policy
Van Wert independent
"This new provision of law will permit people who are seeking employment a means of transportation to their jobs and parents the ability to take their children to doctor visits and school activities," said Public Safety Director Tom Charles. "The ...
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Moving Video Explains Why LGBT Workers Are Fighting For ENDA
AOL Jobs
Currently, it's legal in 29 states to fire someone for being gay, and while California bans transgender discrimination, federal law doesn't (and Macy was seeking a federal job.) More: After DOMA: The New Battle For Gay Rights At Work. After the Supreme ...
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Business briefs for Thursday, July 11, 2013
Jennic Law and her husband, Justin, are closing the shop and moving to San Francisco, where Justin has a new job. It's been a good run, Jennic Law said. "I will miss my customers. But I am ready to move on to the next chapter." Law, a chemical engineer ...
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How does immigration reform help black Americans?
Gazette.Net: Maryland Community News Online
The real question for Maryland's black citizens is how does granting legal status and citizenship to illegal immigrants help black families find or maintain employment, decrease housing foreclosures, improve local schools and college opportunities ...
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Critics call referendum campaign by Internet cafes 'misleading'
Columbus Dispatch
3 to submit 231,148 valid signatures of registered voters to stop the law from taking effect, pending a referendum vote at the November 2014 general election. "This is a jobs issue," Mayor Bob Weger of Willoughby Hills in Lake County said in a ...
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Axe falls on commerce sector jobs
The West Australian
Under laws governing public sector employment in WA, workers cannot be forced to take redundancy if their positions are abolished. Instead, they must be offered positions in other sections or departments, before being added to a "redeployees list".
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Judge cites words of late Steve Jobs in ruling that Apple conspired to raise e ...
Greenfield Daily Reporter
A federal judge ruled Wednesday, July 10, 2013 that Apple Inc. broke antitrust laws and conspired with publishers to raise electronic book prices, citing "compelling evidence" from the words of the late Steve Jobs. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote said ...
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MURPHY'S LAW: Myths Of The Modern Military
Strategy Page
Back then, and ever since, the military has had minimum standards for most jobs that prevented those with below average education, intelligence and physical condition from serving. After World War II the standards rose because fewer of those eligible ...
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The Unethical Thing the Justice Department Did to Its Youngest Lawyers
In a sluggish economy with few job prospects, one could even consider it exploitation. This is especially true for lawyers. As record numbers of new lawyers graduate each year, the competition for legal jobs has become more intense. Only 56% of the law ...
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SEC votes 4 to 1 to approve the JOBS Act and lift advertising ban on Hedge Funds
The JOBS Act became law in March 2012 made the initial recommendation to allow "general solicitation" for private issuers. The SEC was given time to evaluate how they could implement it. During the comment section the SEC received over 200 comments, ...
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Wall Street Pessimistic About JOBS Act
Traders Magazine
Of those who don't believe it has had a positive impact or have yet to decide, more than two-thirds predict the law will never achieve its desired goal of increasing the number of businesses going public. The JOBS Act was approved by Congress and the ...
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Apple guilty of e-book price fixing scam
Hong Kong Standard
A US judge ruled that Apple violated antitrust law in a price-fixing case, saying the company "conspired to restrain trade'' with publishers to boost the price of e-books. Apple quickly ... Apple defense attorneys said Jobs' comments had been ...
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Will unions succeed in driving Wal-Mart (and 1,800 jobs) from DC ...
By Stephanie N. Mehta, Deputy Managing Editor
But last night the council voted 5-3 to pass the law anyway. Unless Mayor Vincent Gray, who has derided the measure for producing "lost jobs and retail opportunities," can sustain a veto, Wal-Mart is likely to take its 1,800 jobs and head ...
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It didn't crack our ATL top 50, because in the hyper-competitive market for New York City legal jobs, Columbia, NYU, and Fordham, and even Seton Hall and ...
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