Jul 5, 2013

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Sensis jobs carrier condition breaches international trade law: Telstra
ZDNet (blog)
In addition to that, Telstra said that any such imposition to keep the jobs in Australia "is very likely to constitute a breach of Australia's international law commitments", because it would violate Article XVII of the World Trade Organisation General ...
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BLP confirms it will axe 102 legal and secretarial staff in latest jobs cuts round
The Lawyer
The firm said it had reached its "target number" of redundancies, a total that amounts to 58 legal staff and 44 secretarial staff. The firm declined to comment on which practice areas had seen lawyer jobs cut. BLP has also cut a number of roles in the ...
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New Illinois law helps veterans get jobs in the state
Governor Pat Quinn signs a bill into law to make it easier for Illinois veterans to get jobs as police officers, emergency medical technicians, and commercial vehicle drivers. Service members and veterans who have at least two years of experience ...
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Author Harper Sees Worst Job Market for Law Students (Audio)
Steven Harper, a recently retired partner of Chicago-based Kirkland & Ellis LLP and author of "The Lawyer Bubble: A Profession in Crisis," says only half of graduating law school students will have get jobs. Harper talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and ...
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Cantor: Jobs report shows need to delay ObamaCare
The Hill (blog)
Top Republicans said the administration's decision earlier this week to delay enforcing the provision until 2015 showed the flaws of the law. A few said the Obama administration delayed enforcing the provisions because of political concerns related to ...
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Lloyds TSB tell 11 staff their jobs are in doubt
Jersey Evening Post
The letter says that a consultation process in line with the Jersey Employment Law has begun which forms part of reductions previously announced in the Lloyds Banking Group's strategic review. Tim Cooke, the chairman of Lloyds TSB Offshore Ltd, said ...
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Bipartisan praise for June jobs report
CBS News
On President Obama's decision to delay the implementation of the health care law's mandate that large employers offer health insurance, Boehner called it an admission that the "health care law is a drag on businesses." "Imagine how many jobs would be ...
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07 / 05 / 13 White House : New jobs report proves 2009 stimulus helped economy
Washington Times
In a possible sign of the impact of the Mr. Obama's signature health-care law, part-time jobs soared by 360,000 last month to a record high of 28,059,000, while full-time jobs were down by 240,000. The law will require larger employers to provide ...
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Filings: State lawmakers earn big checks from part-time jobs
Some Albany lawmakers earn a large paycheck from part-time jobs with law firms, according to financial disclosure filings released by the state on Wednesday. Under a new law passed in 2011, legislators are required to reveal their outside income.
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Economy adds 195K jobs in June
"ObamaCare has been predicted to be a drain on employment since before its passage and that outcome was confirmed by the Obama Administration's delay of the employer mandate," Cantor said, calling for a "permanant delay" of the health care law.
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City Moves for 5 July 2013 | Who's switching jobs
City Moves for 5 July 2013 | Who's switching jobs. Annabel Palmer. by Annabel Palmer. July 5, 2013, 1:02am. Bates Wells Braithwaite The commercial law firm has announced the appointment of Paul Gray as head of business development. Gray was formerly ...
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Criminal Justice and Community Colleges
Huffington Post
This new interest, combined with a growing prison population and increased dependence on law enforcement stemming from terrorist threats, means many criminal justice jobs now require more than a high school diploma. Community colleges are on the ...
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Former county sheriff, cohorts admit to roles in bribery scheme
North Brunswick Sentinel
The state's investigation revealed that young applicants seeking law enforcement positions as investigators were forced to exhaust all sources of funding available to them to pay the bribes, officials said. The investigation determined that Spicuzzo ...
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Economy adds 195000 jobs, unemployment at 7.6 percent in June
The Hill (blog)
used the report to call for a permanent delay of the healthcare law. "The added costs and regulations to businesses across our nation mean less jobs and less economic growth," Cantor said in a statement. "Delaying the inevitable for one year will bring ...
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Web2 new results for Law Jobs
Apparently, Nobody Wanted Legal Aid Jobs Before the Recession
When I started law school about 13 years ago, lots of my classmates planned to go into public interest on graduation. Many did. Lots didn't, because those jobs ...
Insurance News - Hatch Statement on Obama Administration's ...
The ranking Republican member of the Senate Finance Committee issued the following news release:. Senator Orrin Hatch, Ranking Member of the Senate ...

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