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One Stop Searching for Social Media from Federal Officials on ProQuest Congressional

ProQuest Congressional is fantastic for finding information regarding government documents, especially compiled legislative histories as we have written about before.   A lesser known feature of the product is the ability to search the social media of public officials. From the … Continue reading

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A Stop in Singapore

The Merlion statute, the symbol of Singapore The D&O Diary ended its Asia Pacific itinerary with a final stop in the prosperous city state of Singapore. The primary purposes of my visit were to speak at the PLUS Singapore Professional … Continue reading

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When can police stop my car?

This is a question we are asked all the time.  When can the police stop my car? The answer is: when the police have reasonable suspicion they may stop your vehicle. What is Reasonable Suspicion? Under Terry v. Ohio, an … Continue reading

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The EEOC’s Intrepid Leadership is Waiting for Pres. Trump to Stop Age Discrimination

The EEOC’s strategy for addressing epidemic age discrimination in hiring has suddenly become apparent. On this Labor Day 2018, the highly-paid advocates for equality  who currently serve on the EEOC – Victoria Lipnic (R), Chai Feldblum (D) and Charlotte Burrows … Continue reading

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Modern Slavery Exists and We Must Stop It Now

There is a lot of green building going on at BREEAM USA from a pilot program for BREEAM In-Use with multifamily properties to the certification of the first BREEAM USA In-Use office tower, but what is no doubt most impactful is … Continue reading

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