Tag Archives: Policy

FAA Remote Test Witnessing Policy Open for Comment

The FAA has issued a draft policy statement that would enable FAA-authorized witnesses to remotely witness certain engineering tests via video. Although limited in scope the policy could prove beneficial by allowing necessary test witnesses to do so remotely rather … Continue reading

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US Attorney for Oregon, expressing "significant concerns about the state's current regulatory framework," plans summit in response to new AG enforcement policy

Billy J. Williams, the United States Attorney for the District of Oregon, has this fascinating new newspaper commentary under the headlined "U.S. Attorney: A call for transparency and action on marijuana." Here is most of what it says: Earlier this … Continue reading

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Trump Admin Scraps Proposed Major Policy Change Regarding 6+ Year H-1B Extensions

The Trump Administration appears to have been pressured into scrapped its proposed major policy change on 6+ year H-1B Extensions. Jonathan Withington, chief of media relations for USCIS indicated to mcclatchydc.com that, “…USCIS is not considering a regulatory change that would … Continue reading

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Ohio Court Rules that Summary Judgment Was Improper in UM/UIM Coverage Case When Issues Remained as toWhether Injured Mother Was a Member of Son’sHousehold for Purposes of Coverage Under the Son’s Automobile Insurance Policy

People who are involved in an Ohio car accident sometimes mistakenly think that hiring an attorney as soon as possible after the collision is unnecessary because, after all, “the law is the law,” and any issues that might arise can … Continue reading

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Rescission Of An Insurance Policy

Most insurance lawyers know that one way an insurance company tries to get away with refusing to pay on an insurance policy is to rescind the policy.  According to a 1931, Amarillo Court of Appeals opinion styled, Forrester v. Southland … Continue reading

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