Jul 15, 2013

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Law Grads Worry About Outsourcing and Effect on Law Jobs
It's a trend that has yet to take firm hold in New Zealand, but in Australia the tough jobs market has created major concerns for Australian law students concerned about legal process outsourcing (LPO).The LPO practice has developed in Australia as a ...
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Where do UNLV's law students land jobs? Closer than you think
Students at UNLV's William S. Boyd School of Law know they are heading into a tough job market. But most land work, and the vast majority stay in Nevada. Of the 161 students who graduated in 2012, just 21 still were looking for jobs in February ...
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Jobs requiring bar passage increase as law school job rates drop
Baltimore Business Journal (blog)
The number of law students from both University of Maryland and University of Baltimore law schools who found jobs requiring bar passage in 2012 was up substantially in both cases — from 47 percent to 63 percent for Maryland graduates and from 48 ...
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Do right-to-work laws bring competitive advantage?
Rick Snyder, who pushed the deeply controversial law through the Legislature in December, hailed it as a boost for the state's economic recovery. "I think it will bring jobs to Michigan," he said. Right-to-work laws bar so-called "closed shops," where ...
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Vinson & Elkins, Ashurst, Dykema: Business of Law (Correct)
Spreights is the managing partner of Morgan Lewis's Washington office, chairwoman of the Systemic Employment Litigation Practice, and co-head of the firm's Diversity Committee. The Weiner, Shearhouse, Weitz, Greenberg & Shawe law firm in Savannah ...
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Kasich approves $25M job retraining loan program
Dayton Business Journal (blog)
John Kasich has signed into law a revolving loan fund initially proposed by a Dayton-area politician. The idea of the fund was introduced by state Sen. Bill Beagle, R-Tipp City, and state Sen. Troy Balderson, R-Zanesville. The program would distribute ...
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Morrisey to Hold Town Hall Meetings
Wheeling Intelligencer
WHEELING - State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will host town halls this week in Brooke, Hancock and Ohio counties focusing on jobs and the economy. The first is set for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at West Virginia Northern Community College in Wheeling.
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Four Ministers Risk Losing Jobs in New Petition
A hitherto little-known Humphrey Tumwesigye, through his lawyers Kyazze & Co Advocates, has dragged the Attorney General, the Electoral Commission and four junior ministers Asuman Kiyingi (Regional Affairs), Amali Caroline Okao (Microfinance), John ...
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New lawyers signal reduced expectations in sluggish economy
Law Times
That's one reading of a study on new lawyers' career choices released by the Law Society of Upper Canada recently. The study, which followed a 2007 report on the career trajectories of licensing candidates and newly called lawyers, suggests job seekers ...
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City Moves for 15 July 2013 | Who's switching jobs
The law firm has recruited two new partners. Adrian Williams joins its corporate insurance team from Swiss Re, where he was general counsel for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Nathan East joins its health real estate practice from Hempsons, where ...
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Lawmakers to tweak law cutting jobless benefits
Gay Gilbert with the federal Office of Unemployment Insurance has told state lawmakers they cannot deny benefits to certain classifications of those who have lost their jobs. But Gilbert says the state can reduce maximum benefits from $535 per week to ...
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Insurers Could Be Caught In Health Law's Smoker Glitch
Kaiser Health News
But a report released Monday from the National Bureau of Economic Research finds that up to nearly 1 million workers may voluntarily leave their jobs because of the new health care law. For empirical evidence of this, the authors point to something ...
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In the Name of Trayvon: Get Involved
Politics In Color
The Civil Rights Division enforces civil rights laws involving criminal justice, housing, employment, education, disability, and some immigration issues. They are attorneys paid by the Federal government. To submit a complaint or report a possible ...
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Enrolling at You U: An Alternative to Going Back to School
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
In April 2013, The Atlantic reported, "Nine months after graduation, just 56 percent of the law school class of 2012 had found stable jobs in law." And Ph.D.s? The National Science Foundation reports that fewer than 40 percent of new Ph.D.s had a job ...
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Cosatu, labour law lawyer at odds
Legalbrief (subscription)
Cosatu in the Western Cape is at loggerheads with a labour law attorney over billboards next to the N1 and N2 proclaiming : 'More jobs; Less Labour Law'. According to a report in Die Burger, Cosatu's Tony Ehrenreich described the billboards as an ...
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What the SEC's Elimination of the Prohibition on General Solicitation for Rule ...
The National Law Review
As we previously reported, on July 10, 2013, the SEC adopted the amendments required under the JOBS Act to Rule 506 that would permit issuers to use broad-based marketing methods such as the Internet, social media, email campaigns, television ... The ...
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Reflecting on comprehensive immigration reform
Not just workers, but employers, were hiding work-and jobs-from enforcement of labor law and from job seekers who needed information on job openings. Helping to correct an imbalance in labor laws and workers' rights will help to correct an imbalance in ...
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For part-time workers, here's a financial toolkit
While the latest jobs report showed solid growth overall, with 195,000 jobs added, there was a serious 322,000 increase, to 8.2 million, in the number of people working part time for economic reasons. An additional 19 million are working part time for ...
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RPT-UPDATE 2-UK government delays decision on cigarette branding ban
Industry welcomes, says law would encourage smuggling. By William ... The move was welcomed by the tobacco industry which says plain packaging would hit jobs and encourage cigarette smuggling, but strongly criticised by health campaigners. Britain's ...
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Restaurant Shift: Sorry, Just Part-Time
Wall Street Journal
Ken Adams has been turning to more part-time workers at his 10 Subway sandwich shops in Michigan to avoid possibly incurring higher health-care costs under the new federal insurance law. He added ... Overall, leisure-and-hospitality establishments ...
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'Double dip' rules are quietly relaxed
Albany Times Union
When he was state attorney general, Gov. Andrew Cuomo helped crack down on school superintendents who retired with six-figure pensions, received waivers and went back to their old jobs on as interim employees. The Cuomo administration itself has ...
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Workers Post Vine, Instagram Videos That Could Get Them Fired [VIDEO]
AOL Jobs
"Just like when people first got email and then first got on Facebook, people think that because it's new, the old rules and common sense don't apply sometimes," Daniel Schwartz, an employment attorney with the Hartford, Conn. law firm Pullman & Comley ...
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New law lifts one-per-owner liquor-license limit
Great Falls Tribune
Statewide, on-premise retailers account for 4,390 jobs generating $71.90 million in wages and $218.64 million economic impact. When off-premise retailers are added, job totals increase to ... He said the issue became more imminent because "I also had ...
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DADvocacy, a Law Firm Just for Dads Helps to Educate Teen Dads and Others ...
Sacramento Bee
In the Ford Foundation study, 2/3 of young fathers entering programs designed to assist and guide teenaged dads found paying jobs, thereby enabling them to bear financial responsibility for their kids, whether through a court order or not. It is on ...
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Law school job rates drop | Maryland Daily Record - The Daily Record
By Kristi Tousignant
Fewer students graduating from Maryland's two law schools are finding jobs, but a greater number are obtaining employment that requires bar passage, according to data from the American Bar Association.
Maryland Daily Record
Missouri law adds job security for police chiefs - PoliceOne
By Glenn E. Rice The Kansas City Star RAY COUNTY, Mis. If a new requirement for Missouri municipalities to establish procedures to remove police chiefs had been in place three years ago, it might have.
PoliceOne Daily News

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