Jul 23, 2013

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LawCrossing Reports over 24300 Lawyer Jobs Awaiting Takers
Watch List News (press release)
The most recent jobs data on LawCrossing reports that there are more than 46,000 legal jobs openings in the U.S and about 24,300 jobs for lawyers are awaiting takers. While noticeable contractions were reported in the legal jobs market in the first ...
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Internet sales tax would create jobs, study says, but there's a catch
Kansas Watchdog
STUDY: An Internet sales tax law would create jobs in Ohio only if used "wisely." A federal Internet sales would tax create jobs in Ohio, a lot of them. So says a recent study, Pro-Growth Tax Reform and E-Fairness, which reports the state would see an ...
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MK blasts state's failure to implement affirmative action law
Jerusalem Post
Ethiopian immigrants have been denied jobs save for employment in the areas of cleaning, maintenance, and security. Ethiopian Jews celebrate Sigd holiday [file photo] Photo: Marc Israel Sellem. Yesh Atid MK Pnina Tamnu-Shata criticized government ...
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Wanted: law that's fair to everyone
Hindustan Times
The costs are rising by the day — 400,000-500,000 potential new jobs are held up and almost eight lakh crore of corporate expenditure is getting shelved. The main culprit: land acquisition. There are other issues — like environmental clearances, red ...
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Are We Becoming The United States Of Crappy Jobs?
AOL Jobs
But mid-wage occupations (hourly wages from $21.14 to $54.55) were decimated, according to an analysis by the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Neither mid-wage nor high-wage positions have returned to their recession levels.
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Employers Beware When Asking About Workers' Health
Wall Street Journal
The law, known as the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, or GINA, was created to nudge more Americans to get genetic testing without fear that employers or insurers could use the results in a way that jeopardizes job prospects or insurance ...
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Health care law affecting Fed policy
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
... 17 that policy makers consider underemployment, which includes part-time workers who want full-time jobs, one of the gauges of labor-market strength. More companies are apparently hiring part-time workers over concerns about health care law ...
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Creating jobs will need more than just rhetoric
The News Journal
The first week his job was to persuade. He was trying to convince Americans of the wisdom of a political act, the health care law. He acted essentially as a salesman. Last week he spoke somberly and movingly of the tragedy of Trayvon Martin's death.
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Obesity's new label a concern for employers
Kansas City Star
A decision this summer by the American Medical Association to classify obesity as a disease, instead of a condition, has heightened concerns among employment law officials about such possible workplace outcomes. Employees who are obese — possibly ...
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Free divorce advice, cancer screenings
Greensboro News & Record
For example, this sounds like a dream come true: an interest-free loan of up to $36,000 to pay mortgage and other related expenses for up to 36 months after a job loss and while you search or retrain for new employment. The state-funded agency could ...
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Impact of ObamaCare on hiring
Fox News
More than three years after the president signed a sweeping legislation into law we are now starting to see the actual impact of obamacare on the job market. Part time employment surging while creation of full time jobs is flat -- down one big CEO ...
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ObamaCare Behind Rise in Part-Time Workers?
Fox Business
The economy lost nearly a quarter million full time jobs. Economists are debating whether this is a short lived phenomenon or a growing trend in the new American economy. Some business executives argue the president's health care law is to blame it ...
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How to combat unemployment among Nigerian lawyers
The Guardian Nigeria
This is compounded by the growing number of lawyers being churned out by the Nigerian Law School every year. Even those on employment are, indeed, under-employed as they hardly get briefs (jobs) to handle, year in year out. This situation diminishes ...
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Your Money: Advice so you can judge 'private offerings'
Washington watchdogs have updated the Securities Act of 1933, the law that once barred American businesses from raising money by advertising private deals. The change was part of the Obama White House's proposed JOBS Act, meant to spur small ...
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Revived Ghost Town in Colorado
Wall Street Journal
Dianne 'Sam' Law, 66, and Deb Lathrop, 63, spent most of their adult lives working corporate jobs in a town outside of Boston. But after the sisters visited Colorado's sleepy town of La Veta in Huerfano County, they said they fell in love with the ...
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Teachers chief: Bad teachers should find new jobs
Sources involved in the investigation into the Columbia Police Department confirm to WIS that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is working with State Law Enforcement Division agents. Both agencies are looking into multiple allegations involving ...
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Gov. Scott defends self defense laws
Governor Rick Scott was in town to meet with economic leaders, and Treasure Coast CEO's to talk about jobs and recruiting new industries on the Treasure Coast. But the focus shifted during questions about the controversial Stand Your Ground law.
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A Legal Bane of Wall Street Switches Sides
New York Times
Six months later, lawyers briefed on the matter say, Mr. Khuzami has accepted a job that pays more than $5 million a year at Kirkland & Ellis, one of the nation's biggest corporate law firms. In doing so, he is following the quintessential Washington ...
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Should Bosses Have Access to Workers' Genetic-Test Results?
Wall Street Journal
"This is beginning to create a pretty direct conflict because in order to prevent the misuse of this information, you're stopping good medicine," says Larry Lorber, co-head of the Washington, D.C., labor-and-employment group at corporate law firm ...
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Mike Lee threatens to shut down government over Obamacare
Salt Lake Tribune
At that time, most people will be required to have insurance or pay a fine, a law known as the individual mandate. And for the minority of people who don't get coverage through their jobs, they'll have new online insurance exchanges to shop in, with ...
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Medicaid coverage to expand in Illinois
Chicago Tribune
The expansion of the state-administered Medicaid program, one of the central components of President Barack Obama's 2010 health care overhaul law, will be financed fully by the federal government for the first three years, then gradually decline to 90 ...
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Obamacare Is a Prescription for Failure
Christian Post
Part-time jobs increased by 360,000 in June, raising that number to an all-time high of 28,059,000. So far, 557,000 part-time jobs have been added, compared to 130,000 full-time jobs. In short, the new healthcare law is not good for business. The ...
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New accreditation rules will clip the wings of angel investors
In the world of angel investing, the law of unintended consequences just struck and struck hard. Instead of easing the access to capital for new businesses, the just-announced rules governing the Jumpstart our Business Startups (JOBS) Act of 2012 could ...
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Tighter WEDC contract rules signed into law
Green Bay Press Gazette
The governor and the Republican-controlled Legislature created WEDC in 2011 to help the governor meet his campaign promise to create 250,000 private-sector jobs. But the agency is reeling after an audit revealed it hasn't followed state law ...
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Metra won't hire ex-federal prosecutor for probe
An initial investigation by the law firm, Perkins Coie LLP, found there no potential problems with his involvement in the case, but Collins said a subsequent one revealed "conflict issues" that made it impossible for him to take the job. He declined to ...
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Where the money goes
Charlotte Observer
Changes in spending: Restores $376 million in funding that school districts had to give back to the state in past years, while changing the formula to fund fewer teaching positions by $286 million and fewer support staff by $17 million. Equipment is ...
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A New Kind of Corporation to Harness the Power of Private Enterprise for ...
Huffington Post
In the short term, they will create high quality jobs and improve the quality of life in our communities. In the long ... Through meetings over the last several years with my staff, the Corporation Law Council of the Delaware Bar, and the Court of ...
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Sen. Johanns: administration should postpone individual mandate as well
Nebraska Radio Network
"Of course, as American have learned more and more about the law and how it affects them, their pocket book, their families, their jobs, they aren't warming up to it," Johanns tells Nebraska reporters in a conference call. The Obama Administration has ...
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DA Thomas Spota's bid challenged under term limit law
Spota last fall won a ruling from State Supreme Court Justice Ralph Gazzillo that found the term limit law unconstitutional for the district attorney, sheriff and county clerk because their jobs are part of the state constitution. The Democratic ...
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New Mothers Encounter Employment Discrimination
Women of China
China Women's University Law School Professor Liu Minghui has said that the government should set up organizations to supervise the implementation of laws against employment discrimination as well as settle related disputes. (Source: China Women's ...
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Why Spitzer vs. Stringer Is Important
Huffington Post
And the two very different men running for Comptroller, Eliot Spitzer and Scott Stringer, have a history of reimagining previously toothless jobs and making them more potent. Spitzer's tenure as Attorney General from 2002-2006 was a groundbreaking one, ...
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Part Time Employment Crisis
Wealth Daily
After all, the new laws do insist that all employers with more than 50 employees either provide health insurance or pay a fine of $2,000 per worker. And under the law, a full-time job is one that covers 30 hours per week. If you're a small business ...
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You are in: Home » Jobs » Mid-to-Senior Disputes Associate, International Law ...
OilVoice (press release)
This premier international law firm with a comprehensive global network of offices is enjoying a healthy flow of work for its London-based Brazilian desk and accordingly is now inviting applications from mid-to-senior level disputes associates to ...
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Hallandale Beach dating company to pay $900000 for not hiring male sales reps
It's Just Lunch, a worldwide matchmaking company founded more than 20 years ago, wouldn't even consider hiring males to fix up single men and women, according to a complaint filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Miami. The ...
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Job title: Individual Consultant to Develop a Video Documentary of Human Rights Awareness Programme Among the Batwa Community in Muko, Kabale District ...

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