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FSOC Designation Treasury Report: A Fundamental Shift

Posted by George W. Madison, Michael E. Borden, and David A. Miller, Sidley Austin LLP, on Sunday, February 4, 2018 Editor's Note: George W. Madison and Michael E. Borden are partners and David A. Miller is an associate at Sidley … Continue reading

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Refusal to accept shift reassignment results in employee's dismissal for "unauthorized absence"

Refusal to accept shift reassignment results in employee's dismissal for "unauthorized absence"Kennedy v City of New York, 270 AD2d 93 The Kennedy decision demonstrates the importance of the following the principle "obey now; grieve later."* In Kennedy's case, her failure … Continue reading

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The Shift in Focus from Proportionality to Necessity in the Law of War, and the Incentives Created by the Shift from Equality of Legal Obligation to "Capabilities"

(Kenneth Anderson) More than one participant in the Texas International Law Journal discussion that I posted on earlier (including leading scholars who do not necessarily share some other important views on the laws of war) broadly agreed that the locus … Continue reading

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Christian Science Monitor To Abandon Daily Print Edition, Shift to 24/7 Web Publication

In April 2009, the Christian Science Monitor will become the first nationally circulated newspaper to replace its daily print edition with its website. The 100 year-old news organization will also offer subscribers weekly print and daily e-mail editions. Details here… … Continue reading

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Night Shift Nurses Have Poor Sleep Habits, Pose Patient Safety Risk

Nurses who work the night shift are more likely than their day shift peers to exhibit sleeping problems, and face a greater risk of making serious medical errors and jeopardizing the health and safety of patients.  The finding is the result of … Continue reading

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