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Hostile work environment claim remanded to hearing (8696)

Is Delta Airlines responsible for a hostile work environment which caused injury to one of its flight attendants≠ This was just one issue the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit was asked to decide in Ferris v. Delta ...

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Hostile work environment claim remanded to hearing

Is Delta Airlines responsible for a hostile work environment which caused injury to one of its flight attendants∴ This was just one issue the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit was asked to decide in Ferris v. Delta ...

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Employment issues in the aftermath of Sept. 11

The shocking events of September 11 have created a host of issues for businesses, some obvious and some that may take time to surface. Among these issues are: how to treat employees entering military service; what to do about background ...

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N.Y. State Bar Association president warns lawyers about soliciting flight victims’ families (10009)

Trying to gain a client from the recent Queens air disaster violates federal law and New York ethics rules, leading to steep sanctions, warned New York State Bar Association President Steven C. Krane. In the wake of reports suggesting that ...

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N.Y. State Bar Association president warns lawyers about soliciting flight victims’ families

Trying to gain a client from the recent Queens air disaster violates federal law and New York ethics rules, leading to steep sanctions, warned New York State Bar Association President Steven C. Krane. In the wake of reports suggesting that ...

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Transportation security to hire, train thousands (8604)

A new federal agency, the Transportation Security Administration, is charged with taking over airport security, according to a federal bill signed into law by President Bush earlier this week. Within the next 60 days, the agency is required to put ...

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Transportation security to hire, train thousands

A new federal agency, the Transportation Security Administration, is charged with taking over airport security, according to a federal bill signed into law by President Bush earlier this week. Within the next 60 days, the agency is required to put ...

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Conflict within weather service may soon boil over

There are signs that a long simmering conflict within the National Weather Service may soon boil over.It is something that readers of The Daily Record columns have known about for a decade. Ironically, it is something that many National Weather ...

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Exemption for Ford fuel tanks under review (9986)

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration intends to renew exemptions granted to Ford Motor Co. in regard to certain fuel tank design and certification labeling requirements. Renewal of the exemptions would enable motor carriers to continue operating commercial motor vehicles ...

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