Jul 19, 2013

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Restricted drivers flout the law - study
Teen drivers on restricted licences are crashing at an alarming rate and routinely flouting the law, with a study suggesting parents are partly to blame. Driving instructors are calling for compulsory training in schools, and for government measures to ...
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Lawyer Took Time Off To Study Tribal Law
Connecticut Law Tribune
He moved to Arizona and spent the last year studying tribal law at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. Diamond earned 26 credits in Indian Law and human rights advocacy. Once he finishes his dissertation, he will earn a doctorate ...
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Study; Limerick plant in danger of early closure
WFMZ Allentown
bright... for montgomery county's limerick generating station. the study comes from the vermont law schools institute for energy and the environment. it lists the limerick nuclear reactor as one of 38 in 23 states... that exhibits a number of risk ...
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Menu labels don't change consumers' choices, study says
MSN News
One study released earlier this year followed diners 18 months after a menu labeling law went into effect in King County, Washington. The study, which was published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine, found that customers at taco ...
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Gun Law Doesn't Aid Safety
Valley News
One study concluded that several dozen men a month are killed as a consequence of the laws. In a speech this week, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder showed himself to be among the skeptics. The resulting ambiguity, like the Zimmerman trial itself, in ...
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Florida Business Groups Unveil Study Hoping To Build Support For Internet ...
Florida business organizations are promoting a recent study which suggests the Marketplace Fairness Act can create jobs and build revenue for state governments. But critics say the law will be detrimental for small businesses. At a press conference ...
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Oh Wait, Is Law School Actually a Good Deal?
Washington Monthly (blog)
I've written before about the problem of law school, which is that students who go there take out gigantic loans despite the fact that there's not so much demand for those degrees anymore. But a recent study indicates that maybe it's not so bad ...
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Book News: JK Rowling 'Very Angry' That Law Firm Leaked Her Name
Also: Martin Amis talks about the "burden" of his famous surname; a new study says children's books reinforce gender stereotypes. by Annalisa Quinn. July 19, 2013 7:37 AM. The daily lowdown on books, publishing, and the occasional author behaving badly.
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Study Shows Police Are Scanning Our License Plates, Keeping Records
Bold Ride Blog (blog)
The ACLU has proposed that law enforcement agencies immediately delete records that are not directly tied to a crime. Police departments would argue that such information could be vital and, according to Assistant US Attorney, Harvey Eisenberg, the ...
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Local Leaders Review Stand Your Ground Law [GALLERY]
Scott on October 14, 2012, to study the issues and concerns relative to the "10/20 Law" and to ensure the "Stand Your Ground" law has been fairly and justly applied across racial and socio-economic lines. "There was not a unilateral approval of the ...
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Students, Young Associates Survey Brooklyn's Family Court
The National Law Journal
The study was conceived by the National Center for Access to Justice, a nonprofit organization housed at Yeshiva University Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law that seeks to make the court system more fair and accessible. The study is one piece of a ...
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Levine: Internet Gaming: Law vs. Reality (Part 1 of 2)
But a 2010 study by the respected internet gaming research and data firm H2 Gambling Capital found that internet poker was booming despite the law. The study found there were between 10 and 11 million people playing internet poker for money in the ...
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Social Media Marketing for Lawyers. You Can't Do Without it.
Justice News Flash
Would your law firm marketing employ social media marketing efforts if you knew that 90 percent of consumers you interacted with would recommend you to others? According to the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), that is exactly what their study ...
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SEC staff morale low, atmosphere marked by distrust: study
Chicago Tribune
The GAO's report was required by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law, whose three-year anniversary is this month. The study was mandated following several high-profile lapses at the SEC during the financial crisis, including its failure to ...
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Major principles to enact new laws
Sin Chew Jit Poh
In addition, according to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, the government will also study the views on putting forward a new legislation to replace the Emergency Ordinance. The Sedition Act was enacted during the British colonial period and has ...
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Based On Preliminary Premiums, HHS Sees Lower-Than-Expected Costs
Kaiser Health News
If the premiums that health plans charge in the insurance exchanges opening this fall start out shockingly high, they won't stay that way, predicts a study released by the Urban Institute on Thursday. The study also suggests that the new health care ...
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UCC Law Faculty launches specialist LLM degrees
Cork News
These new programmes build on the Law Faculty's well-established reputation in these areas and offer students a chance to study with Faculty members with a wide range of academic, policy development and practice-based experience. Dr Fidelma White ...
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New law to track double-dipping N.H. pensioners
Designed to track and study so-called "double dippers" for a five-year period, the reporting requirement is the result of passage last month of House Bill 342. The new law would also require the New Hampshire Retirement System to notify all pensioners ...
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'Study in local schools, stay in HDB estates'
Law Asia chairman Paul Supramaniam, a member of the IBR, was one of the participants. He told tabla! that the session with the other business leaders and the ministers was not only insightful but also served as an avenue for them to reach out to those ...
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Studies forecast Nevada would reap economic benefits with Senate immigration ...
Las Vegas Sun
Nevada's job market and gross state product stand to benefit if the immigration reform legislation passed by the U.S. Senate eventually becomes law, according to a study by Regional Economic Models Inc. released Wednesday. Nevada would receive an ...
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Only 3 US States Bother to Study How Sentencing Rules Affect Minorities
The Atlantic Cities
Earlier this month, Oregon became only the third state in the United States to adopt a bill mandating "racial impact statements" for proposed changes to prison sentencing laws. The concept borrows from better-known fiscal and environmental impact ...
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Six Cases Sent to the Police in the Result of Study of Supervisory Board's Report
Hetq Online
In the result of the study 6 cases were separated until July 17, 2013 and were sent to the General Investigation Department of RA Police to proceed in the order defined by the law. While studying RA Supervisory Board's annual report of 2012 received ...
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With a shortage of doctors, some states relax laws for nurse practitioners to ...
MedCity News
But will relaxing state NP licensing laws improve patient access to care? A study reported this month in the journal Health Affairs says yes. The authors found that between 1998 and 2010, as more states relaxed licensing laws, the number of patients ...
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US SEC should raise bar for investing in risky products -study
The report comes as the SEC eases some longstanding investor protections, as required by law. Last week, the SEC adopted new rules to lift a longtime ban that prohibited hedge funds, private equity funds and others from broadly advertising for private ...
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Study finds divorced women's trauma in securing alimony
Times of India
"In India there is absence of laws for division of marital property, when a separation or divorce takes place, the male spouse usually walks away with all moveable and immoveable assets of the household. The government's decision is just throwing women ...
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Hunnewell slaying suspects waive bond; Citizen panel to study police practices
The State
Former State Law Enforcement Division Chief Robert Stewart (chairman) – Stewart retired as SLED chief in 2007 after 33 years with the agency and more than 40 years in law enforcement. He was SLED chief for 20 years, serving four governors representing ...
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5 things to know for Friday in Pa. news
San Francisco Chronicle
The Department of Energy says a landmark federal study on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, shows no evidence that chemicals from the natural gas drilling process moved up to contaminate drinking water aquifers at a western Pennsylvania drilling site ...
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House passes bill to replace education law
WASHINGTON (AP) - House Republicans on Friday passed legislation outlining their vision for national educational policy to replace the No Child Left Behind law. The measure would give state and local governments greater powers to determine how best to ...
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GAO Study Finds Problems With Conflict Free Minerals Sourcing ...
By Jill Radloff
The Government Accountability Office, or GAO, has published a study highlighting some issues with conflict-free minerals sourcing. Agency and industry officials as well as representatives from international organizations and nongovernmental ...
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Ralston forms group to study Ga. forfeiture law | www.ajc.com
House Speaker David Ralston has appointed a group to study Georgia's forfeiture law and report back with recommendations.
Trayvon Martin as Case Study in Law School - WNYC
Law professors say they plan to include lessons learned from the trial of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon ...

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