The Housing Benefit (General) Regulations 1987 (Statutory

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It may be helpful to remember that the European Court of Justice (EU) is based in Luxembourg, while the European Court of Human Rights is based in Strasbourg. The elective mode of obtaining rulers is the characteristic policy of republican government. [43] As a matter of principle, then, republicanism requires that the laws of the country be made by representatives who are elected by the people. The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court reversed the harassment finding on the grounds that Massachusetts law -- unlike federal law and most other state laws -- doesn't bar hostile environment harassment, but prohibited only "threat[s], intimidation, or coercion."

Health and Social Care Bill: Eleventh Marshalled List of

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The employee may not be entitled for any sick leave during the probation period. Also, adjournment. adjournment without conviction“ƒA sentencing order of a good behaviour bond (q.v.). The names, addresses and occupations of employees receiving such payments; 3. Issues Paper. the creation of good relationships with auditees. OMB Circular A-129 governs unreturned amounts that become delinquent debts. (e) When authorized by the terms and conditions of the award, the Federal awarding agency shall make a settlement for any upward or downward adjustments to the Federal share of costs after closeout reports are received. (f) The recipient shall account for any real and personal property acquired with Federal funds or received from the Federal Government in accordance with Sections ___.31 through ___.37. (g) In the event a final audit has not been performed prior to the closeout of an award, the Federal awarding agency shall retain the right to recover an appropriate amount after fully considering the recommendations on disallowed costs resulting from the final audit. ___.72 Subsequent adjustments and continuing responsibilities. (a) The closeout of an award does not affect any of the following. (1) The right of the Federal awarding agency to disallow costs and recover funds on the basis of a later audit or other review. (2) The obligation of the recipient to return any funds due as a result of later refunds, corrections, or other transactions. (3) Audit requirements in Section ___.26. (4) Property management requirements in Sections ___.31 through ___.37. (5) Records retention as required in Section ___.53. (b) After closeout of an award, a relationship created under an award may be modified or ended in whole or in part with the consent of the Federal awarding agency and the recipient, provided the responsibilities of the recipient referred to in paragraph ___.73(a), including those for property management as applicable, are considered and provisions made for continuing responsibilities of the recipient, as appropriate. ___.73 Collection of amounts due. (a) Any funds paid to a recipient in excess of the amount to which the recipient is finally determined to be entitled under the terms and conditions of the award constitute a debt to the Federal Government.

Collective Investment Schemes: The Law and Practice

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Exhaustion does not merely require the plaintiff to initiate the prescribed administrative procedures, but also to pursue them to their appropriate conclusion and await their final outcome before seeking judicial intervention. Superior Court (2003) 31 Cal.4th 1026, 1034.)� Thus, the avoidable consequences doctrine enables an employer to show that reasonable use of its internal procedures would have prevented at least some of the harm the employee suffered.� (Id. at p. 1044.) Stockwell v.

Health and Social Care Bill: (as Amended in Committee)

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Section 801 et seq.; (C) illegally transferred, appropriated, or expended funds or other property of the district, school, service center, or shared services arrangement; (D) attempted by fraudulent or unauthorized means to obtain or alter a professional certificate or license for the purpose of promotion or additional compensation; or (E) committed a criminal offense or any part of a criminal offense on school property or at a school-sponsored event; (b-1) A superintendent or director of a school district or open-enrollment charter school shall complete an investigation of an educator that is based on evidence that the educator may have engaged in misconduct described by Subsection (b)(2)(A) or (A-1), despite the educator's resignation from district or school employment before completion of the investigation. (c) The superintendent or director must notify the State Board for Educator Certification by filing a report with the board not later than the seventh day after the date the superintendent or director knew about an employee's criminal record under Subsection (b)(1) or a termination of employment or resignation following an alleged incident of misconduct described by Subsection (b).

Waiting Times (National Health Service) Bill (House of

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These realities may be inadequate to move the sensibilities of a society engrossed with its own introverted sense of alienation and injustice. a generalist court can approach asylum cases with a broader and less tainted perspective.110 Again. in this situation the courts would play a significant role in bedding down new laws and processes. State employees also shall have the right to refuse to join or participate in the activities of employee organizations, except that nothing shall preclude the parties from agreeing to a maintenance of membership provision, as defined in subdivision (i) of Section 3513, or a fair share fee provision, as defined in subdivision (k) of Section 3513, pursuant to a memorandum of understanding.

Income Related Benefits 2006: Income Support, Jobseekers

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The board shall specifically identify each region of this state in which a shortage of qualified teachers exists. (g) The board may require any person to provide information to the board for purposes of this section. The proposed bill closely follows a provision from Massachusetts’ recent amendments to its Equal Pay Act, which prohibits Massachusetts employers from requesting the compensation history of prospective employees, unless the prospective employee has “voluntarily” disclosed such information (see our prior alert on the recent amendments to the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act here). 

The proposed New York City bill would amend the New York City Human Rights Law to make it a discriminatory employment practice for an employer to: (1) inquire about the salary history of an applicant for employment, which includes either asking the applicant directly about his or her salary history or conducting a search of publicly available records or reports; or (2) rely on the salary history of an applicant in determining that applicant’s salary at any stage in the employment process, unless the applicant “unprompted” and “willingly” discloses his or her prior salary information.

Notably, California is also considering legislation which would prohibit employers from relying on an employee’s prior salary history as the sole justification of a wage disparity (see the current version of the proposed California bill here).  While Governor Brown has previously vetoed bills which would have prohibited employers from asking employees about salary history, it remains to be seen whether the new, more narrow, bill will become law.

Outlook

Over the last few years, New York City employers have faced a plethora of new laws prohibiting employers from inquiring about applicants’ credit, criminal, and now, potentially, compensation history.  In light of the City’s new focus on prior salary history information, employers should be mindful of these pending restrictions and begin to evaluate how the proposed legislation may impact their practices.  We will closely monitor this pending bill and keep the employer community updated on key developments.

Lynn Kappelman and Christina Duszlak authored an article “’Batson’ challenges: a trial lawyer’s practical guide” on August 18 in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000 (Public General Acts -

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This model. this model would provide that the direction of the audit programme and the audit function itself would be remain the exclusive responsibility of the Auditor-General. As long as our defense industries remain in private hands, we realize that defense work depends upon eome assurance of a profit or, at least, some form of protection from financial disaster. The advantage of choosing to appeal to the special court for income tax appeals is that a tax payer is entitled, before that court, to be represented by a person who is not a legal practitioner as long as the person has been appointed in writing.

Managing Cobra - The Complete Compliance Guide: 1995

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It is arranged by state and provides detailed summaries of state statutory and common law rules, with citations to both code provisions and court decisions. The defendant attempts to prove that the plaintiff’s own negligence caused or contributed to the injuries suffered. convict“ƒAt the end of a criminal trial to find the accused guilty of a crime. cooling-off period“ƒThe time during which a purchaser can withdraw from a contract (q.v.) after signing. copyright“ƒThe rights belonging to the owner or licensee of literary, artistic and dramatic works, films and sound recordings, to reproduce, perform or otherwise deal with these works. corroboration“ƒIndependent evidence (q.v.) that supports the main evidence. cost indemnity rule“ƒThe rule, applying in many court proceedings, that the losing side must pay the legal costs (q.v.) incurred by the other side in the action.

Social Security Legislation 2009/2010: v. 2: Income Support

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Milligan said companies now will have the ability to sue in federal court when their trade secrets are misappropriated.

Georgia’s Restrictive Covenants Act Turns Five Years Old: Assessing the Impact of Georgia’s Law Five Years On

While the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act is garnering a great deal of attention, it’s worthwhile to remember that state law remains critically important in drafting restrictive covenants.  This week, May 11, 2016, marks the fifth anniversary of Georgia’s revised trade secrets act, which fundamentally recast how courts view and enforce restrictive covenants.

To read the full blog post, click here.

Seyfarth Synopsis: Yesterday, May 11, 2016, President Obama signed the Defend Trade Secrets Act (“DTSA”), which Congress passed on April 27, 2016.

The Children's Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011 (Rules of

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This is a model regulation helping states and municipalities have an effective program to prevent milk borne disease. The previous NIH term was "competing supplemental." A subcontractor or supplier who believes that the amount withheld by the contractor or subcontractor is not justified or is excessive may apply to the district court of the county where the public work or a part thereof is located for an order directing the contractor or subcontractor to appear before the court to show cause why the relief requested should not be granted. ����� (a) Set forth the grounds upon which relief is requested; and ����� (b) Be accompanied by a notarized affidavit signed by the petitioner or his or her attorney that sets forth the facts upon which the motion is based. ����� 3.