Tag Archives: Expanding

Google – Expanding ways to find authoritative information in Europe

Google Blog: “Providing useful and trusted information online is a complex and important responsibility, especially around elections. Our aim is to build helpful tools that get you to the information you’re looking for. As we get closer to the EU … Continue reading

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ABA Grit Project: Expanding the horizons for women in law

According to an annual study performed by the National Association of Women Lawyers, in the past 10 years the percentage of women equity partners in law firms has risen from 15 percent in 2007 to 19 percent in 2017. Although … Continue reading

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Expanding Your Contractor Business: Time & Materials Contracts

Sometimes contractors desire to take on projects when it is impossible to get an accurate estimate of the total project cost, the schedule cannot be defined or changes are likely to be requested during construction. In these situations, figuring out … Continue reading

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Judge Suspends Rules Expanding Exemptions to the Contraceptive Mandate

Courts have given corporations personhood for rights like freedom of speech, but are business entities capable of holding sincere religious or moral beliefs? The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and U.S. Department of Labor think so, at … Continue reading

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Expanding Access to Medical Aid in Dying – New Mexico & Oregon

When enacting statutes that affirmatively authorize medical aid in dying (MAID), U.S. states have been closely following the Oregon model for over a decade. That model includes both narrow eligibility conditions and overly restrictive non-evidence-based safeguards. But, as in Canada, … Continue reading

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