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ECB opinion on draft legislative proposals amending the Regulation establishing ESMA, MiFID II and Solvency II

On 17 May 2018, the European Central Bank (ECB) published its opinion (dated 11 May 2018) regarding the European Commission’s draft Regulation amending the Regulation establishing ESMA and the draft Directive amending MiFID II and the Solvency II Directive. In … Continue reading

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Establishing New Rights: A Look at Aid in Dying

On September 23, 2017, the New Mexico Law Review and the University of New Mexico School of Law hosted a symposium, Establishing New Rights: A Look at Aid in Dying. The Symposium brought together national scholars (like Thaddeus Pope), judges, … Continue reading

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Georgia Supreme Court Upholds $40M Award Against Chrysler in Fuel Tank Explosion Case, While Establishing Key Admissibility Tests Under State's Evidence Code 

Stock image.  Atlanta—The Georgia Supreme Court last month upheld a $40 million award against Chrysler for the death of a toddler in a Jeep fuel tank explosion, and in doing so outlined key elements in the state’s five-year-old Evidence Code. … Continue reading

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Establishing Fault in a Maryland Motorcycle Accident

While many Maryland motorcycle accidents are clearly the fault of one party or another, other accidents present more a complex situation. For example, if both of the drivers involved committed a traffic violation, it may be difficult to determine which … Continue reading

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Establishing an employee organization

Establishing an employee organizationDeclaratory ruling, 32 PERB 6601 Thinking of starting your own employee organization for the purpose of collective bargaining with a public employer? Then your next question should be: What does it take to be considered an employee … Continue reading

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