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EB2 PERM Labor Certification Approval for Filipino Speech Language Pathologist Beneficiary and Public Schools District Petitioner in North Dakota

CASE: PERM Labor Certification EMPLOYER: Public Schools District BENEFICIARY: Filipino Speech Language Pathologist LOCATION: North Dakota Our client has a current employer that was willing to petition him for a second-preference petition (I-140).  Our client has a master’s degree in … Continue reading

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Tenure Problems (and Discrimination?) at South Dakota Law

I am re-posting here, with permission, a post David Frakt has posted over at The Faculty Lounge: … Associate Professor Myanna Dellinger … is the Editor-in-Chief of the ContractsProfBlog and a rising star in legal academia. She is the creator… … Continue reading

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Tenure Travails at the University of South Dakota

Many TFL readers may know Associate Professor Myanna Dellinger, or be familiar with her work.  Myanna is the Editor-in-Chief of the ContractsProfBlog and a rising star in legal academia. She is the creator of the Global Energy and Environmental Law … Continue reading

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South Dakota Lawmakers Thoughtfully Consider Whether Letting Insurers Steal Worker’s Comp Is A Good Idea

Politicians in Pierre may restrict workers’ right to bring conniving insurers to court. Until now, individuals who’ve been ripped off on worker’s compensation have been to file suits against their insurance company. If the law changes, ‘people who are treated … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Agrees to take South Dakota v. Wayfair Online Sales Tax Case

Today the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., paving the way for a pivotal decision in the years-long debate over how to apply sales taxes to online retail activity. Under current … Continue reading

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