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Today parents face an array of media and entertainment technologies that present difficult problems for those wishing to shield their children from media content -- photographic images, music, advertisements, and motion pictures -- that may be morally damaging. Consequently, Family Research Council supports the vigorous enforcement of existing laws banning the distribution of obscene materials and the enactment of new laws criminalizing the distribution of non-obscene pornographic material to children.  Similarly, Family Research Council supports efforts by the Federal Communications Commission to increase the fines and ...
is an organisation that focuses on helping and protecting the legal rights of socially and economically disadvantaged people in the state of Victoria , Australia . It provides information, referral, advice and legal representation services in family, civil and criminal law within Victoria. As a statutory authority , VLA operates under the Legal Aid Act 1978 (Vic) and is funded by the Australian government for matters that fall under Commonwealth law, and the Victorian state government . The majority of Commonwealth law matters fall within the family law jurisdiction. Another source of funding is from the public purpose fund, ...
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Georgetown Security Law Brief: Fired Army lawyer declares he will ...
reports that an Army lawyer said Saturday he will mount a ``zealous defense'' for accused Canadian terrorist Omar Khadr at Guantánamo despite his captive client's bid to fire his defense team and boycott his upcoming war crimes trial. Moreover, Khadr's military judge ordered the case to resume Aug. 9 at Guantánamo with more hearings -- not a full-blown trial. 07/13/10: The Miami Herald reports that the Canadian government said Monday it will appeal a federal court ruling that ordered it to remedy its failure to protect the rights of a Canadian detainee held by the U.S. at ... market research, surveys and trends
Legal brief filed in Mann UVA emails case | Watts Up With That?
Late yesterday the State Attorney General of Virginia posted this legal brief which had been filed with the courts, and also served to the University of Virginia (UVA). This legal brief document is about discovery, not about a lawsuit. It is a prelude, and it is possible that no lawsuit may be filed if there is insufficient evidence to back up speculations that have been raised over the Climategate affair. The current issue is over UVA refusing releasing emails from Dr. Michael Mann related to his work on the MBH98 and MBH99 papers, which later generated the famous “hockey stick” graph used by the IPCC: Via the ... market research, surveys and trends

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Commission Legal Brief: Cendant Corp. Litig.
In re California Micro Devices Sec. Litig., 168 F.R.D. 257, later proceeding, 168 F.R.D. 276 (N.D. Cal. 1996), later proceeding, 965 F. Supp. 1327 (N.D. Cal. 1997) In re Cendant Corp. Litig., 182 F.R.D. 144 (D.N.J. 1998), later proceeding, 109 F. Supp. 285 (D.N.J. 2000) In re Donnkenny Inc. Sec. Litig., 171 F.R.D. 156 (S.D.N.Y. 1997) In re Horizon/CMS Healthcare Corp. Sec. Litig., 3 F. Supp. 2d 1208 (D.N.M. 1998) In re Lucent Technologies, Inc., Sec. Litig., 194 F.R.D. 137 (D.N.J. 2000) In re McKesson HBOC, Inc. Sec. Litig., 97 F. Supp. 2d 993 (N.D. Cal. Dec. 22, 1999) In re Milestone Scientific Sec. Litig., 183 F.R.D. 404 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
OUTSOURCING OF LEGAL SERVICES: A BRIEF SURVEY OF THE PRACTICE AND ...
2001 to 2005, more than three million legal jobs were outsourced to ...... contract and a penalty of $5000, twenty percent of the contract cost, or .... by the Federal Trade Commission as having a legal system with sufficient privacy ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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AG defends Texas Open Meetings Act
 Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott fought to protect transparency and openness in government Monday when he filed a brief defending the constitutionality of the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA). A number of Texas cities - including the City of Rockport - and local officials are working to avoid compliance with the law by challenging its constitutionality in federal court. As Abbott’s brief explains, TOMA promotes the fundamental principle of democratic government by requiring members of governmental boards and commissions conduct the taxpayers’ business in a manner which is open and accessible to the public. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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BRIEF OF THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION AS AMICUS CURIAE SUPPORTING ...
Mar 23, 2007 ... Brief Amicus Curiae of the United States of America and the FTC in On ..... Commission, Improving Consumer Access to Legal Services: The ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Commission Legal Briefs Index
This page provides links to some of the legal briefs the Commission's staff submitted in various court actions. See also:   Commission Appellate Court Briefs   Request for Commission Amicus Participation in a Pending Case Keith Klopfenstein v. Administrative Review Board, United States Department of Labor : Amicus curiae brief filed by the Commission recommending that Section 806 of the Sarbanes Oxley Act should be construed as applying to an employee of a private contractor, subcontractor, or agent of a public company where the employee engaged in �protected activity� with respect to that public company, and not ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
General Claims Commission (Mexico and United States): An Inventory ...
Forty-six decisions rendered in 1926, legal brief and report issued by the General Claims Commission (Mexico and United States) The General Claims Commission (Mexico and United States) was constituted under the terms of the General Claims Convention signed Sept. 8, 1923, in Washington D.C. by the United States of America and the United Mexican States. The convention, which took effect on March 1, 1924, was intended to improve relations between the countries by forming a commission to settle claims arising after July 4, 1868, “against one government by nationals of the other for losses or damages suffered by such nationals or ...
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I have a new direct marketing firm and am trying to structure a fair commission structure for my 100% commission sales team. The majority of the sales are multi-month advertising contracts for small businesses. We invoice our clients first & last on closing and the remainder of the payments are due monthly. I thought about the following structures: 1. Commissions Fully Paid-Out upon closing -Too risky because of high probability of client defaults with no-recourse 2. Commissions paid as payments being collected -safest -Little commission upfront for the salesperson and encourages farming instead of hunting 3. ...
Google Answers: Arthur B Purvis: Director-General of the British ...
Arthur Blaikie Purvis was born in 1890 in Edmonton, Middlesex, and lived in Tottenham in 1901, according to the census. As his name suggests, he came from a Scottish family. In the First World War, aged 24, he was sent to the US to buy naval supplies. Then he moved to Montreal, Canada, took over a munitions company, and established himself as a leading businessman. Purvis became President of Canadian Industries, Ltd., a chemical company with a munitions division. He was chairman of the Canadian National Employment Commission, where he is said to have been "stubborn". In wartime negotiations, this quality is described as ...