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Upon permanent appointment to a position in the classified service the officer or employee is typically required to serve a specified minimum period of probation, but not to exceed a specified maximum period of probation.

Upon permanent appointment to a position in the classified service the officer or employee is typically set in terms of his or her serving  [1] a specified minimum period of probation and [2] a specified maximum period of probation.The appointing … Continue reading

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Disciplinary settlement agreements are typically subject to "narrow construction"

Disciplinary settlement agreements are typically subject to "narrow construction"Marine Engineers' Beneficial Assn. v City of New York, 2019 NY Slip Op 01327, Appellate Division, First DepartmentThe term "narrow construction" used to describe the application of a law, rule or regulation based on … Continue reading

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GC Are Typically White, Middle-Aged Men Living in California Who Earn Over $400K

There are some 113,000 general counsel in the United States, but a statistical analysis being released today suggests that they are surprisingly homogeneous. The typical GC is male, between 35 and 54 years old, probably attended Harvard Law, and is most … Continue reading

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Legal Counsel or Not, New Mexico Marital Settlement Agreements are Typically Final!

When couples are looking at separation and/or divorce, there is rarely enough money to go around. In order to reduce costs, parties may think about preparing their court filings themselves rather than hiring an attorney. While the New Mexico courts … Continue reading

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What Lawyers Earn: typically from $120,000 to $185,700 in Chicago

Everybody loves to know what other lawyers make.  There are lots of good reports on starting salaries, and the Robert Half Legal 2008 Salary Guide breaks it down for experienced lawyers. So for example, a lawyer in Chicago with 4 to … Continue reading

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