Tag Archives: Working

Liable for Work-Related Accident Claims

Working environments are not always safe since these are prone to accidents. In fact, such accidents are not only limited to labor-intensive jobs but can also happen to people with office jobs as well. In such cases, a work-related accident … Continue reading

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Science Wednesday: Working With the Best of the Best

Each week we write about the science behind environmental protection. Previous Science Wednesdays. By Katie Lubinsky Two of our very own EPA scientists, Dr. Gayle Hagler and Dr. David Reif, received the 2010 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and … Continue reading

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Working from home could save your marriage

I left the traditional law practice where I had been working as a partner, in 1996. Why? I wanted a different way of working. I wanted to pursue a new road that I thought would help a legal firm operate … Continue reading

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What if we still can't agree even after working through divorce mediation?

It happens. Not all mediations are successful. Mediation can be terminated, suspended or postponed. Some couples are just not ready to work together or don't have the necessary trust level between them. Sometimes a party feels he or she is … Continue reading

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The Unilateral Conduct Working Group: You be the Judge – Scrutinizing a Loyalty Discount & Rebate Case

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Cynthia Lagdameo (FTC) & Charles Webb (Baker Botts) discuss The Unilateral Conduct Working Group: You be the Judge – Scrutinizing a Loyalty Discount & Rebate Case. ABSTRACT: Pricing has never been more complex for companies… … Continue reading

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