Marine Insurance and Reinsurance Abbreviations in Practice

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If the parties cannot agree upon a conciliator within five days after the board order, the board shall on the sixth day after its order appoint a conciliator from a list of qualified persons maintained by the board or shall request a list of qualified conciliators from the American arbitration association and appoint therefrom. (2) Public employees other than those listed in division (D)(1) of this section have the right to strike under Chapter 4117. of the Revised Code provided that the employee organization representing the employees has given a ten-day prior written notice of an intent to strike to the public employer and to the board, and further provided that the strike is for full, consecutive work days and the beginning date of the strike is at least ten work days after the ending date of the most recent prior strike involving the same bargaining unit; however, the board, at its discretion, may attempt mediation at any time. (E) Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit the parties, at any time, from voluntarily agreeing to submit any or all of the issues in dispute to any other alternative dispute settlement procedure.

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Tolley's Taxation of Lloyd's Underwriters

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The case arose in the context of determining whether the hospital acted lawfully in firing two nurses for bullying behavior following an internal investigation into a patient care issue that included the death of a newborn. First, the Supreme Court said that the Legislature, instead of excluding retirees from the definition of quitting employees, may have simply intended to remove any doubt that state governmental retirees may elect to defer certain qualifying payments (accrued leave), consistent with Section 202(c).

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Social Services Law

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The answer to the first of these questions is both a matter of definition and a matter of the unknowns of the future. At any meeting or activity which is conducted by the board of education, trustees, school district or a district school and attended by parents or persons in parental relationship who are hearing impaired, such board of education or trustees shall provide interpreter services at no charge to such parents or persons in parental relationship, provided that a written request therefore is made to the school district within the time limitation established by such board of education or trustees pursuant to paragraph (3) of this subdivision.

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Ohio Public Contract Law

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Diana Bonilla Contract Law Undue Influence: Taking advantage of a person’s weakness, infirmity, age, or distress in order to change that person’s actions or decisions. Although cases by faculty members against colleges and universities involve reappointment, promotion, and other issues, the most prominent cases deal with the denial of tenure. Roberts reached the conclusion that guaranteed access to an independent decisionmaker was not an irrevocable tenet of govern- 47 WA Information Commissioner.

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The Disabled Persons (Badges for Motor Vehicles) (Scotland)

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Gross income earned by the non-Federal entity that is directly generated by a supported activity or earned as a result of the Federal award during the period of performance except as provided in 45 CFR 75.307(f). (See Period of performance .) Program income includes but is not limited to income from fees for services performed, the use or rental or real or personal property acquired under Federal awards, the sale of commodities or items fabricated under a Federal award, license fees and royalties on patents and copyrights, and principal and interest on loans made with Federal award funds.

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Feminist Perspectives on Healthcare Law (Feminist

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Kitto. but he does not come before the Tribunal asserting a right to relief in either a personal or a representative capacity. when read in context. in the Court’s opinion. Weiss cautions that the game can be distracting and addictive and ultimately cause a problem at work.  

Andrew Boutros was quoted in an October 1 story “Stopping Supply Chain Slavery” from Risk & Insurance on why it’s critical that all companies know the score throughout their ever-expanding global supply chains in the midst of large food companies facing legal fire for selling products that were allegedly made in part by slave labor (often unpaid child labor).

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Welfare Reform and Pensions Bill: Marshalled List of

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Both delegation and agency involve authorizing someone to act on the behalf of another. I turn to Clause 15. makes it an express contractual obligation. It shall consist of trauma surgeons, trauma nurses, emergency physicians, emergency nurses, and other emergency medical and trauma care professionals appointed by the commissioner. Third-party beneficiary: A third person that the contracting parties intended should receive a benefit from the contract. An intermediate decision. “AAT Review of the ASC’s Decision to Apply or not to Apply to the Corporations and Securities Panel” (1994) 12 CSLJ 439 at 444. a narrow view should not be taken of the word “decision”. 21 Re Gallivan Investments Limited (1991) 9 ACLC 1. that is a finding or ruling which represents a step along the way to the ultimate decision. 20 Ibid. they are still distinguishable given that they were decided in relation to the ADJR Act. given the remedial nature of the ADJR Act.

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The Law Relating to Social Security in Northern Ireland:

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Any person serving in such a position may represent himself or herself individually or by an employee organization whose membership is composed entirely of employees designated as holding those positions, in his or her employment relationship with the public school employer, but, in no case, shall such an organization meet and negotiate with the public school employer. The WTO was created in 1995 as the result of what is known as the "Uruguay Round of Negotiations", which lasted from 1986 to 1994.

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The Council Tax Benefit (General) Regulations, 1992: Social

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Illegally using or possessing alcohol on school property, including having such substance on a person or in a locker, vehicle, or other personal space; illegally selling or distributing alcohol on school property; finding alcohol on school property that is not in the possession of any person. Public Transport Reform: Moving from a System to a Service (Special Report No 57. chaired by my colleague Professor Rod Maddock of the School of Business at La Trobe University. appointed by Parliament.

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Introduction to Theft, All Risks and Money Policies (The

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The statement of bare conclusions without the statement of reasons will always expose the tribunal to the suggestion that it has not given the matter close enough attention or that it has allowed extraneous matters to cloud its consideration.. Chamber of Commerce and International Franchise Association, and the American Benefits Council, with the preparation of their comments. 

The impact of the Department’s NPRM, if finalized, would be substantial.  As we previously reported, the NPRM represents a significant departure from most, if not all, of the existing five state1 and more than 25 municipal2 paid sick leave (“PSL”) laws in several respects, thereby adding unnecessary complexity to an already convoluted legal area.  In particular, the NPRM would (1) force covered businesses to incur substantial costs and overcome daunting compliance obligations, (2) cause confusion among both covered employers and employees, and (3) increase the potential for litigation due to lack of clarity and poor interplay between the NPRM and existing mandatory paid sick leave laws.  The Department has until September 30, 2016, the target date set by the Order, to issue a final rule.

As noted above, Seyfarth’s comments, which are available here, focus on certain substantive requirements of the NPRM that deviate from the existing paid sick leave landscape.  Some of these substantive requirements include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Employees will accrue PSL not just for all hours worked on or in connection with a covered contract, but for paid time off too--even for time that an employee should be paid.
  • Employers must provide employees written notification of their available PSL balance often, including at least monthly, any time an employee requests to use PSL, and upon separation of employment.
  • Although the NPRM allows employers to frontload 56 hours of PSL each year in lieu of accrual, it also expressly states that frontloading does not remove an employer’s year-end carryover obligations.
  • Employers must comply with both “annual” and “point in time” PSL accrual caps.
  • Employers cannot set an annual cap on the amount of PSL employees can use.
  • If an employer chooses to cash out an employee’s accrued, unused PSL upon separation of employment, the employer still must reinstate the employee’s unused sick leave if the employee is rehired within 12 months of separation. 
  • Employees can use PSL for an expansive, vague, unmanageable list of covered family members, even “close friends,” that goes far beyond comparable lists in existing PSL laws.
  • Employers must comply with burdensome recordkeeping obligations. 

Below are specific highlights from Seyfarth’s comments, starting with employers being subjected to too many inconsistent state, local and now federal laws:

[A] major concern companies have with current PSL compliance is a lack of uniformity and consistency from law to law.

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