Jul 3, 2013

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Study reveals messy and inconsistent orphan works copyright law
A UK law introduced in 2013 seeks to find a way to make orphan works -- creations where the original author cannot be identified -- available for use. However, a study investigating how orphan work licensing schemes operate around the world has ...
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Study: Increased judicial vacancies, heavy caseloads hurting federal district ...
Legal News Line
The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University's School of Law, a self-described nonpartisan law and policy institute that "seeks to improve the nation's systems of democracy and justice," released the study Tuesday. The center's analysis ...
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Age Becoming an Issue With Health Care Benefits, Study Shows
Workforce Management
The effect of the health care reform law on employer benefit plans can be found in the data, according to a recent study by Automatic Data Processing Inc., which shows that enrollment rates for older employees is steadily increasing while enrollment ...
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Four-day study of the Burr Ridge Police Department results in high grades
Chicago Tribune
In April, several individuals from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. conducted a four-day study of the department and its operations. When the police department received the 25-page report last month, it found it was in ...
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Greek Australian wins Chief Justice award
Neos Kosmos
"I decided to study law as I felt it would enable me to develop a greater understanding of the nature of our legal system and the attempts being made to remedy inequalities in access to justice for particular groups in society," she explains, adding ...
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Degrees of change for law student
Auckland stuff.co.nz
The 22-year-old has now accepted the opportunity to study at one of Germany's top law schools as part of the University of Auckland's 360° exchange programme. The honours student is coming to the end of her studies in law and arts and will be spending ...
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Converged Media: same content, different laws?
Broadband TV News
The European Audiovisual Observatory has published a new study on connected TVs and its legal challenges. The purchase of smart TVs is taking off in Europe. However Europe's lawmakers are already getting to grips with the legal challenges of this new ...
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Sex Offender Study
The law keeping them in jail indefinitely was passed in 1998 after the brutal rape and murder of nine year old Jimmy Ryce. "He was a very smart, perfect child," said Ryce. Named for nine year old, the Jimmy Ryce act allows those whom psychologists deem ...
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Obama administration delays key piece of health-reform law
MyFox Philadelphia
People with colon cancer who continue to eat a lot of red and processed meats may have increased odds of dying from the disease, a new study suggests. People with colon cancer who continue to eat a lot of red and processed meats may have increased ...
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Billingham youngster shuns law degree to start business
Hannah, who turned down the chance to study a law degree in favour of starting her own business, said: "Some people like the security of the 9 to 5 and to know exactly what they are going to do each day but that's just not for me. "The loan from ...
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High Levels of Toxic Protein May Actually Protect Against Brain Disease
Counsel & Heal
IVF Treatment for Men with Low Sperm Count Linked to Autism, Lower IQ. Children conceived via in vitro fertilization (IVF) due to male infertility issues are 51 percent more at risk of developing mental retardation or intellectual disability, said a ...
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Cuomo to study retail tax-breaks bill
Andrew M. Cuomo Tuesday said he would keep an open mind in deciding whether to sign into law a bill that permits industrial development agencies to help retailers that are harmed by disasters, such as superstorm Sandy. In March, Cuomo successfully ...
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Pols Clamor For Noise Study
Mineola American
The New Jersey Legislature would need to sign a similar bill into law in order for the study, part of the federal "Part 150" program for evaluating airports nationwide, to move forward. It has been introduced in the New Jersey senate. Federal airport ...
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Winnebago County board to seek more members for revamped jail committee
Mason City Globe Gazette
FOREST CITY - The Winnebago County Supervisors will ask the mayors of Winnebago County towns to invite community members to be part of a revamped committee to study the county's law enforcement center and jail. The county board wants the ...
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Cuomo Taps Ray Kelly for State Corruption Study
Cuomo and Schneiderman picked Kelly as a special advisor to the "Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption" Tuesday, hoping to use his law enforcement expertise to get to the root of New York State's rampant corruption issues. "We must root ...
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Law officers push for proven meth-reducing measure
Local law enforcement officers and the county prosecutor are looking for more effective ways to fight the Missouri's huge methamphetamine problem. During this week's Kirksville City Council study session, Adair County Prosecutor Matt Wilson, Sheriff ...
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Obamacare Employer Mandate Delayed One Year. Why Not The Whole Law?
The health mandate study reports: "Workers who would lose their jobs are disproportionately likely to be high school dropouts, minority, and female." Similarly, a systematic review of more than 100 different minimum wage studies revealed "overwhelming" ...
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Study shows why marijuana smokers are slackers
Syracuse.com (blog)
Delay in health law raises doubts: The Obama administration's decision Tuesday to delay a major component of the Affordable Care Act -- the requirement for employers with at least 50 workers to offer health coverage -- postpones another feature of the ...
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