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Working Group on Sterling Risk-Free Reference Rates’ report on conventions for referencing SONIA

On 19 March 2019, the Bank of England’s Working Group on Sterling Risk-Free Reference Rates published a discussion paper on conventions for referencing SONIA in new contracts. The discussion paper is intended to raise market awareness of the identified conventions … Continue reading

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13 Signs That You’re Working With a Bad Family Law Attorney

Family law cases are often very emotional. Whether you’re seeking a divorce, legal separation, child support, or custody agreement, your case is very personal and likely involves some significant life changes. When there are kids involved, emotions run even higher. … Continue reading

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What to Expect When Working With Cruise Ship Injury Law Firm

What can injured passengers expect when they reach out to the personal injury law firm of Waks and Barnett, P.A. after they were hurt on a cruise ship? Miami based attorney Joel Barnett explains briefly in this video how the … Continue reading

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7 Safety Tips for Working with Cranes

Crane safety is complex, but there are 7 basics that every employer should have in place to keep everyone safe. An incredibly high proportion of cases that St. Louis workers compensation attorneys take involve construction workers. One reason why is … Continue reading

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The Law of Working Out: What You Should Know

Have you ever heard of people actually working out because the law said it so? Well, guess what you didn’t. And the law has nothing to do with you working out or not at all— but your body does. Basically, … Continue reading

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