Tag Archives: Society

Forcing Regulators to Put Society First

Should regulations benefit society more than they hurt it? This question would seem to have an easy answer—yes, of course, regulation should deliver more good than harm. But regulators are not always required to answer that question in the course … Continue reading

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Sunlight Society research studies search engine algorithms and impact on decision making

The Outline, Jon Christian: “Meet the man trying to catch Google search at its worst. Robert Epstein may be paranoid, but he is right when he says search engines should be kept in check. Earlier this week, we wrote about … Continue reading

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How To Claim PPI: Easy Steps To Take

PPI stands for Payment Protection Insurance. Even if the name sounds unfamiliar, there is a possibility that you have purchased one. Find out if you have this insurance package and know how to claim PPI. There have been several cases … Continue reading

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Former CFO of Bexar Medical Society Sues Former Employer

The former Chief Financial Officer for the Bexar County Medical Society has sued her former employer for sex discrimination and retaliation. See San Antonio Express News report. Former CFO Patricia Baldeschwiler served in the post about eight years. According to … Continue reading

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The Second European Society for Comparative Legal History Conference will be held in Amsterdam from 9-10 July 2012. The theme is: COMPARATIVE LEGAL HISTORY Definitions and Challenges Call for papers Comparative Legal History is a relatively young discipline. It focuses … Continue reading

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