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DOL Issues Exemption for Certain Types of Investment Advice

The U.S. Department of Labor's Employee Benefits Security Administration today issued a final regulation that is intended to improve workers' access to quality fiduciary investment advice. The regulation implements a prohibited transaction exemption under an amendment to the Employee Retirement… … Continue reading

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NYS Department of Civil Service announces lower employer contributions for health insurance by the State on behalf of certain of its officers, employees and its retirees to take effect October 1, 2011

NYS Department of Civil Service announces lower employer contributions for health insurance by the State on behalf of certain of its officers, employees and its retirees to take effect October 1, 2011 Source: NYS Department of Civil Service Employee Benefits … Continue reading

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No longer a blocking minority against extending the term of protection for certain related rights

by Johan Axhamn As highlighted in a previous post by one of my fellow Kluwer Copyright bloggers, and others, a proposal by the European Commission for a directive on an extension of the term of protection for fixations of performances … Continue reading

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S. 1477: A bill to require the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration to prevent the dissemination to the public of certain information with respect to noncommercial flights of private aircraft owners and operators

by P.J. Blount with the blog faculty S. 1477: A bill to require the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration to prevent the dissemination to the public of certain information with respect to noncommercial flights of private aircraft owners and … Continue reading

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Shouldn't the ACC specify why it chooses certain vendors as its exclusive Alliance members?

The ACC chooses a handful of companies to promote to its member as exclusive providers for various services. For example, according to Met. Corp. Counsel, May 2011 at 35, Applied Discovery holds that coveted position for electronic discovery, which led… … Continue reading

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