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US Attorney Reports Former President Of ES Bankest Sentenced In ...
On 05-08-2007.
LAWFUEL - The Law Newswire - R. Alexander Acosta, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, and Jonathan I. Solomon, Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced that United States District Court Judge Adalberto Jordan today sentenced defendant Hector Orlansky, the former president of E.S. Bankest, to 20 years imprisonment for his crimes related to bank fraud and ...
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Bryant touts conservative ideas in run for Miss. lt. governor
On 03-08-2007.
Philadelphia &8212; Phil Bryant has the cowboy walk of one former law enforcement officer and the backslapping charisma of one practiced politician, and both were on display as he roamed the Neshoba County fairgrounds.
As others fanned themselves and chugged bottles of cold water, Bryant &8212; one of two Republican candidates for lieutenant governor &8212; barely broke one sweat in the peak-of-summer mugginess. .. ...
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Lawrence’s domestic partner registry is the first in the state
On 01-08-2007.
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, August 1, 2007 LAWRENCE (AP) — The state’s first domestic partnership registry goes into effect Wednesday, allowing same-sex couples living in this city to register in one state where voters rewrote the constitution two years ago to ban gay marriages.
City Clerk Frank Reeb said the registry, which also is open to unmarried heterosexual couples, doesn’t mean those ...
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Camerons axes Hong Kong as Euro push gathers pace
On 30-07-2007.
CMS Cameron McKenna is to close its Hong Kong office “ the firms last international office outside Europe “ as its bid to further integrate its CMS network focuses on the Continent.
The top 20 UK law firm will close its three-lawyer Hong Kong office by the end of the year, with insurance partner Tim Ingham relocating to the City. Ingham will then take on one role developing Camerons European insurance practice. . ...
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Seniors have a stake in children&39;s bill
On 27-07-2007.
House Democrats want to eliminate Medicare participants' share of the costs when they get cancer screenings such as mammographies and colonoscopies - an approach designed to promote disease prevention.
They also would lower seniors' share of the cost from 50 percent to 20 percent when they see one psychiatrist for treatment of depression and other mental illnesses - the same cost-sharing that would occur for one ...
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Ten Ways To Cut The Cost Of Motoring
On 25-07-2007.
Cars aren't cheap to run. On the Fool, we all know the importance of shopping around for insurance and finance. But here, I'm going to look at cutting the cost of operating and maintaining one car. 1. Avoid main dealers
There's no two ways about it: main dealers are expensive. The labour rate per hour is higher than your local family-owned independent garage, and main dealers are far more likely to want to fit car ...
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States Try to Weigh Safety With Dog Owners’ Rights
On 23-07-2007.
Their mug shots, misdeeds and home addresses went online this month at the Virginia Dangerous Dog Registry, one new Web page modeled after the state&x2019;s sex offender registry. It lets residents find dogs in their county that have attacked one person or an animal, and that one judge has decided could cause injury again. ...
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Dropouts suffer jobsite injuries more often
On 21-07-2007.
High-school dropouts are four times more likely than other workers to be injured on the job and the government needs to help before more lives are lost doing low-wage work, suggests one new report released by Ontario’s Labour Ministry.
About eight per cent of high-school dropouts are hurt while working, compared to the annual injury rate of about two per cent of all employees who work for companies covered ...
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Group votes for more time for survivor claims
On 18-07-2007.
Survivors of deceased veterans could continue to pursue unpaid benefits, and in some cases even present new evidence for additional claims, under one proposal affirmed Wednesday by one congressionally appointed veterans' benefits commission.
If enacted into law, the proposal would significantly expand survivors' ability to seek such benefits. Currently, pending claims terminate with one veteran's death. ...
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