Jul 18, 2013

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NYCHA board members keep drawing six-figure pay — for their eliminated jobs
New York Daily News
Two weeks ago, a state law went into effect terminating the jobs of the two full-time New York City Housing Authority board members who make six figures and are assigned their own drivers. Somehow, they didn't go away. This week, NYCHA board members ...
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Implementing a job killer
Beatrice Daily Sun
A broadening swath of Americans is learning more details about how the law will impact their families as well as businesses and jobs. As the shroud of political persuasion is pulled back, Americans aren't liking what they are seeing. Public support for ...
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New law would track double-dipping NH pensioners
The new law would also require the New Hampshire Retirement System to notify all pensioners annually about hourly limitations (32 hours) for pensioners working second public jobs, and the potential effect of exceeding the limit (requirement to start ...
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BCG Attorney Search Reports Uptick in Attorney Jobs As Economy Turns
Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release)
Following the summer blast of layoffs, law firms are once again creating more legal jobs as the economy turns, according to BCG Attorney Search. The legal jobs search engine that helps to place top associates and partners in premier law firms, claims ...
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Virginia Republican Campaigns to Outlaw Blow Jobs and Buttsex
Today, Cuccinelli — who currently serves as the state's nutty-as-a-fruitcake Attorney General — announced via his website that, if elected by the People of Virginia, he will make sure that the People of Virginia aren't getting off in each others ...
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Detroit Emergency Manager Orr Slogs Through Tough Job
Wall Street Journal
The 55-year-old former partner at the Jones Day law firm essentially has two jobs: remaking the city's cash-starved balance sheet to reduce its crushing debt, while running and restructuring a dysfunctional city government. In his first order, Mr. Orr ...
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Obama in staunch defense of health care law
CBS News
Republicans say the law is unworkable and must be repealed, arguing it will hurt the economy and force employers to cut much-needed jobs. They say proof that the law is unworkable lies in the administration's recent, unexpected decision to delay the ...
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Company News Reporter - Amsterdam Job
Journalism.co.uk (press release)
Through Bloomberg Law, Bloomberg Government and Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the company provides data, news and analytics to decision makers in industries beyond finance. And Bloomberg News, delivered through television, radio, mobile, the ...
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Attorney General's Office Holds Town Hall Meeting in Wheeling - WTRF 7 News ...
Billed as a "Jobs Summit," about a dozen people turned out at West Virginia Northern Community College in Wheeling. They posed questions to West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey concerning federal environmental and other regulations.
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Ruth Rountree Odd Jobs
Columbus Telegram
This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for employment which is in violation of the law. Investigation progressing - Contaminated food source likely gone. Lincoln – The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and local ...
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States To Join For EPA Fight
Wheeling Intelligencer
While the West Virginia Attorney General's Office plans to work to abolish proposed environmental regulations the staff believes to be invalid, Morrisey acknowledged that might not be enough to save coal mining jobs. "The countervailing force is the ...
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Opinion: More data needed to tackle anglo under-representation in city jobs
Montreal Gazette
Since 2000, under a provincial employment-equity law known as Law 143, all provincial and municipal public organizations overseen by the provincial government — including school boards, universities, municipalities, health institutions and Crown ...
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Vanderbilt Medical Facing Claims Of Labor Law Violations - NewsChannel5.com ...
Some former employees have accused Vanderbilt University Medical Center of labor law violations. They said there was a pattern of unnecessary firings. Vanderbilt announced it would cut an unspecified number of jobs in June just before beginning its new ...
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"Teva tax breaks could have created 40000 jobs"
This would be instead of the 3,500 jobs created by Teva in exchange for the huge aid it received from the government," Israel Association of Crafts and Industries president Yehuda Alhadeff told "Globes" on Wednesday, in response to the tax breaks given ...
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An ADA workshop, and some more big changes at CN&R
Chico News & Review
They would send "demand for money" letters to businesses, asking for legal fees and a settlement amount without noting specific violations. Last fall, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law (Senate Bill 1186) banning "demand for money" letters and also ...
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Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Lifts Ban on Advertising for Private ...
The National Law Review
On July 10, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted final rules implementing provisions of the JOBS Act, which remove the ban against the use of general solicitation and general advertising in private offerings made in reliance on ...
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Cancer patients anxious for NH medical pot bill to become law
Other bills that have yet to reach Hassan include one that changes a voter photo identification law adopted last session and another that reinstates a modified version of a program for troubled youth that was cut severely last session. Under the voter ...
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Oklahoma legislative leaders support special session for lawsuit reform
Tulsa World
"We are hearing from a lot of the business community that they think it (the nullification of the law) is a big impediment to attracting jobs and expanding jobs and businesses in our state," Fallin said. Joe Griffin, spokesman for House Speaker T.W ...
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Voice of The Southern: If you build it, they will come
The Southern
Pat Quinn signed STAR bond legislation into law June 24, 2010 — paving the way for a development supporters estimated would create thousands of jobs and have a $756 million economic impact on the region. "This will be a law that will make a difference ...
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Obama Names Kent Hirozawa To Labor Relations Board
Asian Fortune
Before joining the NLRB staff in 2010, Mr. Hirozawa was a partner in the New York law firm Gladstein, Reif and Meginniss LLP, where he advised clients on a variety of legal and strategic issues, including Federal and state labor and employment law matters.
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They Told Me I Couldn't Serve
Huffington Post
madfam004 July 17, 2013 23:33 Recession is caused by city law makers in DC that want Walmart to operate like the government and pay top goverment job pay to their emplyees. Walmart will go broke, walmart can not throw money out the window like our ...
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Labor dispute could cost Escondido $1 million
U-T San Diego
Fern Steiner, a San Diego attorney who represents labor unions, said the compensation would be smaller if the laid-off employees had worked at other jobs during the last three years. She said the board typically subtracts any money earned at other jobs ...
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Making the Employer Mandate Delay Official
What We're Watching, Friends of the U.S. Chamber (blog)
Since the law's enactment over three years ago, the employer mandate has been hurting job-seekers, employees and their families, as well as businesses. According to our Small Business Survey released today: 50% of small businesses impacted by the ...
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Morning Roundup: Metro View Edition
[Post]; The Cooch, on the other hand, did not break the law by failing to promptly disclose his stock holdings in Star Scientific and the gifts he received from Williams, according to Richmond Commonwealth's Attorney. [Post]; Three people were shot ...
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Sallie Mae adding jobs to Hanover location
Citizens Voice
Part of the health care reform legislation, which President Barack Obama signed into law in 2010, made the federal government the direct lender of student loans. Previously, the government subsidized Sallie Mae, banks and private firms that originated ...
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Worries over a Florida boycott
MyFox Tampa Bay
"That 'Stand your Ground; law really is causing some economic problems for us," said Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, a Democrat, who doesn't like the law. "When it starts to hurt your pocket book and it starts to mean jobs in the tourism industry and ...
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Part-Time Workers Say Schedules Are Getting More Erratic
The ranks of people working part time because they can't find full-time jobs have roughly doubled since the summer of 2007, from about 4.3 million to 8.2 million. "There has been a surge in part-time work," says Aparna Mathur, an economist at the ...
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Dawn Patrol: Independence Grove still closed; new Cook County gun laws
Chicago Daily Herald
Harper College decided last night to move forward with measures aimed at better connecting graduates with jobs in their areas of study. Members of the Palatine community college's Job Placement Task Force presented its final report and recommendations ...
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New visas would add jobs, spark investment in startups, tech firms
The Journal News | LoHud.com
On June 27, the Senate successfully passed the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act, which proposes several exciting changes to U.S. immigration laws that would help stimulate the economy through job creation and ...
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Get Tough on Human Trafficking
New York Times
Under U.S. law, foreign diplomats stationed here can apply for special visas to bring domestic workers with them. ... They lure workers to this country with promises of good jobs, but then, on arrival, trap them in their homes by confiscating their ...
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Cemetery-funeral home ownership debate revived
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Meanwhile, advocates on either side are lobbing charges that a victory for the opponents will threaten jobs — an always-volatile claim as the state crawls out of the worst recession since the 1930s. At issue, again, is a law passed more than 70 years ...
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MP lashes car sector, leasing jobs to go
Sydney Morning Herald
ASPIA said the change, which requires legislation to become law, would hurt jobs in the salary packaging and leasing sector. "This is poor policy made on the run," ASPIA president Leigh Penberthy said. Car leasing company NLC on Thursday said 80 staff ...
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Web3 new results for Law Jobs
Legal Skills Prof Blog: Legal sector loses 3,600 jobs in June
Initial BLS reports show the legal sector shedding 3,600 positions in June, the largest one-month drop since a 3,300-job dip recorded during the same period ...
Employment Law - UCI Law - University of California, Irvine
Employment and labor law is one of the fastest-changing and most varied areas of legal practice. Employment and labor lawyers practice in all types of settings, ...
University Job: Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Laws and ...
The Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria invites applications for a Tier I Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Indigenous Laws and Legal Systems.

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