Jul 17, 2013

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Hollywood Interns Lawyer: Cases Will Open Jobs to Less Privileged
Hollywood Reporter
It's not often that a law firm is willing to spend its resources to challenge the status quo. To some, this isn't a popular campaign, but we think the law has always been clear. Some in the media industry seem to think the privilege of being in the ...
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Data breach law a jobs killer
Sydney Morning Herald
When the Attorney General Mark Dreyfus spoke at a privacy conference in Sydney recently, he cited a report from McAfee claiming 21 per cent of Australian businesses had suffered data breaches. Well let's see: in 2012 there were 2,141,280 businesses ...
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DAC Beachcroft cuts five fee earner jobs in latest law firm layoffs
Legal Week
DAC Beachcroft has cut five City fee-earning roles, the latest in a series of redundancy rounds at UK law firms. The DAC reductions are part of a restructuring of its London employment and pensions practice, after a review concluded that the team was ...
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Greek public sector workers fight for their jobs
The law seeks cuts and proposes 12,500 public sector workers move departments or change jobs. However, if a move is refused, dismissal will follow. Unions fear it will set a precedent, as 25,000 public sector jobs will be put in the scheme by the end ...
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New Missouri Works law broadens incentives eligibility
Kansas City Business Journal
Betty Nelson-Ekey, managing director of the tax incentive practice at CBIZ Inc. in Kansas City, said the new law replaces the former Missouri Quality Jobs, Enhanced Enterprise Zone and Rebuilding programs. The biggest change is that the old Quality ...
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Kelly: New law will help grow manufacturing industry
Shelton Herald
State Senator Kevin C. Kelly (R-21) applauded the passage of a law which expands the state's manufacturing apprenticeship tax credit. "The passage of this bill means jobs — good paying jobs — in our community," said Kelly. "It also sends a positive ...
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Does new Saudi law truly empower the domestic worker?
The Hindu
However, the law has a number of elements that are unlikely to meet the benchmarks of international labour law and human rights. For instance, it restricts the mobility of workers in that they "will not have the right to reject a work or leave the job ...
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Governor Brown Signs Historic Enterprise Zone Reform Into Law
San Diego Free Press
The new laws create a three-pronged economic development program that plays to the strengths of California's economy and offers incentives for businesses to create middle-class jobs. The new program offers targeted hiring credits to help those who need ...
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Obamacare's jobs diagnosis: What does the data say?
The White House message on the Affordable Care Act has been consistent since the law's inception in 2010: Obamacare will be simple and economical. "The data reflects that there is no support for the proposition that businesses are not hiring full-time ...
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Defense Daily Network (subscription)
Located at the top of the page click on the "Careers" tab. Click on "Opportunities." Use the keyword search typing in "LEP." Scroll down and find Law Enforcement Professional (LEP 1 or LEP 2). Be sure to only apply for the position that you are being ...
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US Part-Time Jobs Grow With The Economy, Not Obamacare
Huffington Post
But some businesses are still saying they will find ways to reduce their full-time workforce to avoid the requirement, with restaurants and fast-food franchises like Subway and Del Taco in particular promising that the health care law means worse jobs.
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Rachel Jeantel: Best Colleges For African Americans
Jobs & Hire
(Photo : Reuters) Rachel Jeantel might take up the challenge on getting into the one of the best colleges for law enforcement after George Zimmerman's murder trial for 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Seminole circuit court in Sanford, Florida ...
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New state law imposes hurdle for insurance exchange
And even if it's set up quickly, the law could make it hard for navigators to do their jobs because it bars them from providing advice about health plan features or recommending a specific plan. Critics say the restrictions are anti-consumer ...
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Immigration Overhaul Would Benefit Big States the Most
Wall Street Journal
The first, creating a path to legal status for some of the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S., could add 550,000 jobs nationwide and $45 billion to the nation's gross domestic product—a broad measure of economic output—by 2020, according ...
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Right-to-work states a blessing or bane? #tellusatoday
Right-to-work laws result in companies expanding and bringing more business to their states, more jobs, prosperity and growth. — @cindyteatime. Right-to-work laws keep unions a public benefit rather than a nuisance. Too much control on either side can ...
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Boehner on 'wonderful' ObamaCare law: 'Are you kidding me?!'
The Hill (blog)
"If ObamaCare is so wonderful, why are healthcare prices exploding? Why are millions of Americans getting kicked out of their plans? Why are so many workers losing their jobs or getting their hours cut? "The law isn't wonderful, it's a train wreck, and ...
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Kentuckiana's Summer Youth Jobs Program Credits Private Business For Its ...
Enlarge image. Mayor Greg Fischer announces results of the Summer Works program at the downtown Thorntons. The Summer Works program is administered by KentuckianaWorks, which is established under federal law to help job training and placement.
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Health Care Law's Rule Delay Could Hamper Enforcement
Huffington Post
Coverage for the uninsured through President Barack Obama's health care law starts next Jan.1. Middle-class people with no access to job-based health insurance will be able to buy subsidized private coverage through new online markets that open for ...
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Forestry-product manufacturer bringing 40 jobs to Dorchester Co.
Live 5 News
Investigators say they have arrested a 29-year-old man who shot his brother-in-law after the victim accused him of cheating on his sister. The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office arrested Malcolm MauriceMore >>. Investigators say they have arrested a 29 ...
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Unions warn that ObamaCare is disastrous for them
Fox News
Who can obtain health coverage from the law's Medicaid expansion instead of from their jobs. May simply quit or avoid looking for work. The study estimates between a half million and a million people might take this route. Trouble with the base tonight ...
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Midwest states reap benefits as new laws weaken unions (Column)
York Daily Record
Along with other benefits, right-to-work laws allow states to ban "union security clauses" that force workers to join a union as a condition of employment. But since union bosses had already established such political power in the industrialized states ...
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Zuckerman: Obama's Jobless Recovery Is Phony
"The health-insurance law requires employers with more than 50 workers to provide health insurance or pay a $2,000 penalty per worker. Under the law, a full-time job is defined as 30 hours a week, so businesses, especially smaller ones, have an ...
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White House rejects suggestion healthcare act hurts jobs
Arabic UPI.com
If Obamacare is so wonderful, why are healthcare prices exploding?" Boehner, R-Ohio, asked on the House floor. "Why are millions of Americans getting kicked out of their plans? Why are so many workers losing their jobs or getting their hours cut? "The ...
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Corbett signs bill aimed at high-tech industries
Delaware County Daily Times
A program aimed at expanding investment in Pennsylvania's high-tech industries and fueling job creation was rolled into a bill that was recently signed into law by Gov. Tom Corbett. InnovatePA was included in House Bill 465 which includes the tax code ...
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Cordray confirmed to lead CFPB
Cordray was first picked for the job in July 2011, but his nomination has been caught up in the broader battle over the 2010 Dodd-Frank law and whether it solves the problems that led to the 2008 financial crisis or gives the government too heavy a ...
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Despite turmoil, number of local health care jobs expected to rise
Shreveport Times
My sister-in-law is a physical therapist, and my brother-in-law is a PTA. It just sounded very cool." Health care accounts for 15 percent of all jobs in northwest Louisiana. The sector ranges from home health aides to doctors. Hospitals remain the ...
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IBM won't say how many jobs lost, state reviewing the matter
... said that while it agrees that the names of individuals who lost their jobs is exempt from disclosure, the department "is not convinced that the total number of affected employees, as reflected in the notice, must be withheld from the public under ...
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Would More SEC Paperwork Really Scare Away Angel Investors?
The new regulations spring from the federal JOBS Act, which became law early last year. Its aim is to make starting and building a company easier by, among other things, loosening some old restrictions on raising cash from investors. One of those ...
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Rules allowing investment solicitations will have greater impact than ...
Business First of Columbus (blog)
The SEC's long-awaited action last week to implement that provision of the 2012 Jobs Act will have a greater impact on job creation and startup successes than the law's more publicized "crowdfunding" provisions that are still on hold, according to ...
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Voters in Mass. city approve casino agreement
(AP) — Voters in Springfield on Tuesday approved a casino agreement between city officials and MGM Resorts International to compete for one of three regional resort casino licenses allowed under the state's new gambling law. The referendum marks a key ...
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Employment Non Discrimination Act Moves on To the Full Senate
TGV News
Sometimes we do not even think about these things when applying for jobs because it has been the norm for so long. The law prohibits employment discrimination on race, religion, age, disability, nation of origin, and sex. Of course there is nothing ...
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Ohio internet-cafe petitioners claim harassment
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
COLUMBUS, Ohio — People collecting signatures on a petition aiming to block an Internet cafe law are saying they have been harassed by their opponents. The Columbus Dispatch (http://bit.ly/12tArGv) reports that the Committee to Protect Ohio Jobs says ...
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TaxProf Blog: WSJ: Law Schools Slash Professor Jobs as ...
Law schools across the country are shedding faculty members as enrollment plunges, sending a grim message to an elite group long sheltered from the ups and ...
Patent Law Jobs by Patently-O: Senior Patent Counsel - Other ...
Pharmaceutical company seeks Senior Patent Counsel to support the company's biopharmaceuticals group, i.e., antibody based drugs. Candidates must have ...
Temp Employment Law Attorney Needed for Local Firm - Monster.com
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