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Cos. begin hiring people to protect data privacy (7950)

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) are titles that have been associated with most businesses that have annual revenue totaling a million dollars or more. Chief Operating Officer (COO) is almost as common. Chief Technology Officer is ...

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Annual review of insurance coverage is advisable (7952)

When was the last time your reviewed your insurance coverage≠ An annual insurance review makes good financial sense. Here are some points to consider as you review various insurance policies.u Health Care — If you have an individual policy, investigate ...

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Supreme Court dismisses fraud-on-the-FDA claims

Reversing a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (159 F.3d 817), the U.S. Supreme Court’s February 21 decision concluded that plaintiffs’ fraud-on-the-FDA claims were pre-empted by federal regulation. Buckman Company vs. Plaintiffs’ Legal Committee, No. ...

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Cos. begin hiring people to protect data privacy

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) are titles that have been associated with most businesses that have annual revenue totaling a million dollars or more. Chief Operating Officer (COO) is almost as common. Chief Technology Officer is ...

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Annual review of insurance coverage is advisable

When was the last time your reviewed your insurance coverage? An annual insurance review makes good financial sense. Here are some points to consider as you review various insurance policies.u Health Care — If you have an individual policy, investigate ...

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NY State Court rules on admissibility of hearsay in lawsuit

Are statements made by a witness, in an out of court setting, who was present at the trial and could be cross examined, enough to allow hearsay testimony, thus allowing the statement admitted into evidence? This was the question before ...

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Supreme Court denies review of antitrust lawsuit

The U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari on February 20 in the case of CSU, LLC v Xerox, No. 00-62. In hopes of changing the February 2000 result of a Federal Circuit decision favoring Xerox, CSU filed for review following last ...

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NY State Court rules on admissibility of hearsay in lawsuit (7947)

Are statements made by a witness, in an out of court setting, who was present at the trial and could be cross examined, enough to allow hearsay testimony, thus allowing the statement admitted into evidence≠ This was the question before ...

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Supreme Court denies review of antitrust lawsuit (7948)

The U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari on February 20 in the case of CSU, LLC v Xerox, No. 00-62. In hopes of changing the February 2000 result of a Federal Circuit decision favoring Xerox, CSU filed for review following last ...

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States not liable for violations of disability act

In a 5-4 split decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states cannot be sued by state employees under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The opinion in the ADA case, Board of Trustees of University of Alabama v. Garrett, No. ...

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Reception for recent law school graduates planned

Attention University at Buffalo Law School graduates, the Rochester Alumni Chapter is hosting a reception for recent law school graduates and you are invited.The reception is set for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 1, 2001 at the Crowne ...

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Traditional IRAs in comparison to Roth IRAs

One significant retirement-planning decision many people are facing is the question of whether to invest in a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA. A proper answer to this question depends upon your financial situation and expectations, as well as an ...

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