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Lawsuit against Compaq Computers survives motion to dismiss

Were plaintiff’s pleadings adequate to avoid a dismissal on a Rule 12(b)(6) motion≠ Did plaintiff establish a causal connection between her request for medical leave and her employer’s termination of her position≠ Reviewing plaintiff’s claims under the Equal Employment Act, ...

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Lawsuit against Compaq Computers survives motion to dismiss (9385)

Were plaintiff’s pleadings adequate to avoid a dismissal on a Rule 12(b)(6) motion≠ Did plaintiff establish a causal connection between her request for medical leave and her employer’s termination of her position≠ Reviewing plaintiff’s claims under the Equal Employment Act, ...

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Buffalo implements program to decrease deaths from heart failure

Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) does not have to be deadly, but it often is because the right equipment and the right skills are not readily accessible.“Sudden cardiac arrest claims the lives of 1,200 people each day in the U.S. alone,” ...

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FBI’s communication troubles linked to outdated systems

David Walker, Controller General of the U.S., submitted a report to the House Appropriations Committee’s Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, State, and the Judiciary, titled “FBI Reorganization: Initial Steps Encouraging, But Broad Transformation Needed.” He testified, among other things, that the ...

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FBI’s communication troubles linked to outdated systems (9331)

David Walker, Controller General of the U.S., submitted a report to the House Appropriations Committee’s Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, State, and the Judiciary, titled “FBI Reorganization: Initial Steps Encouraging, But Broad Transformation Needed.” He testified, among other things, that the ...

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Author wins litigation over manuscript rejection

Did West Group breach a standard author agreement in Chodos v. West Publishing Co.≠ Does a publisher have the right to reject a quality manuscript that was written pursuant to a standard publishing agreement because of concerns about the market ...

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Author wins litigation over manuscript rejection (9328)

Did West Group breach a standard author agreement in Chodos v. West Publishing Co.≠ Does a publisher have the right to reject a quality manuscript that was written pursuant to a standard publishing agreement because of concerns about the market ...

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Dept. of Ed. announces tech. learning grants

Providing technology as a tool to improve learning outcomes is one of the core goals of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (20 U.S.C. § 7263).To promote this purpose, the Department of Education published a notice in the ...

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