Tag Archives: Towards

Towards a National Security Regulator

I had always presumed, erroneously, that all those entering the legal field would have some modicum of interest in public policy, equity issues, and promoting the rule of law. A significant chunk of the profession certainly do share those concerns, … Continue reading

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Towards a genuine single European financial market – the role of regulation and supervision

On 7 June 2018, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published a speech given by its Executive Director, Verena Ross. The speech was entitled Towards a genuine single European financial market – the role of regulation and supervision. The … Continue reading

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Sleepwalking towards a perpetual (news?) publishers’ right in online publications

Press publisher in need of help?The IPKat has just received and is delighted to host the following reflection by Professor Lionel Bently (University of Cambridge) on the state of the debate around the proposed EU press publishers’ right.Here’s what Professor … Continue reading

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Employer's payment of employer contributions towards an employee's health insurance premiums discontinued during the employee's disciplinary suspension without pay

Employer's payment of employer contributions towards an employee's health insurance premiums discontinued during the employee's disciplinary suspension without payBoard of Educ. of the Dundee Cent. School Dist. v Coleman, 29 Misc 3d 1204(A)May an arbitrator require the appointing authority to … Continue reading

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Sprinting towards success

Building a successful career is a marathon. It takes place over time, not overnight. And, as professionals, we’re comfortable with that because we don’t like making mistakes. We don’t like it when things get messy. So we take our time. … Continue reading

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