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Court denies educator's motion to rescind a settlement agreement resolving a disciplinary action because the educator had a change of mind

Court denies educator's motion to rescind a settlement agreement resolving a disciplinary action because the educator had a change of mindNobile v Board of Educ. of the City Sch. Dist. of the City of N.Y., 2018 NY Slip Op 08065, … Continue reading

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Hollywood Stars Chris Pratt and Anna Faris Work Out Amicable Agreement for Their Divorce, Including Support for Their 6-Year-Old Son

One of the positive evolutions in the field of family law is the increase of alternate dispute resolution means and their utilization for resolving a divorce case. Many of these means may allow for spouses to work in a more … Continue reading

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Are Anti-Poaching Agreements on the Way Out? — Elmhurst and Oak Brook Non-Compete Agreement Lawyers

A free market requires a free labor market, and yet many of the politicians who claim a free market as a central component of our democracy actively work against the formation and maintenance of a free labor market. A free … Continue reading

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Cell Cultured Food—FDA and USDA Reach Agreement on Splitting Up Oversight

Previously on the blog, we noted that federal government agencies don’t always play well together. So, when these agencies synchronize their efforts, the industry would do well to take notice. One such coordination effort is well underway. The FDA and … Continue reading

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The Vatican’s Agreement With China Looks Even Worse Now

Two months out, the China-Holy See provisional agreement on episcopal appointments is proving to be yet another tool for Beijing to suppress the Chinese faithful. And its damage goes even deeper than the Chinese government’s selection of Catholic bishops, as … Continue reading

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