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Unpaid Internships Allowed if They Serve Educational Purpose, Court Rules

A ruling by federal appeals judges involving the studio Fox Searchlight Pictures could have broad ramifications for the way employers rely on unpaid work.


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Unpaid Internships Allowed if They Serve Educational Purpose, Court Rules

A ruling by federal appeals judges involving the studio Fox Searchlight Pictures could have broad ramifications for the way employers rely on unpaid work.


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California Has to Repay $331 Million to Homeowners Fund, Court Rules

Governor Jerry Brown wrongly diverted money dedicated to helping troubled borrowers by instead using it to pay down the state’s debt, a judge found.




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UPMC must provide in-network access to Highmark Medicare members, court rules


Medicare Advantage enrollees on Highmark Inc. insurance plans will retain in-network access to UPMC at least until 2019, Commonwealth Court Judge Dan Pellegrini ordered Friday. … 11 more words

Getting Served

You cannot be served to appear in court simply by being called on the phone the day before. There is a formal process in place that at its best balances the interests of all parties. 393 more words

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Overview of proposed National Industrial Court of Nigeria (Civil Procedure) Rule 2015- Folabi Kuti

Happily, Order 7 Rules 15 (1) of the proposed Rule appears to have sounded the death knell on the spate of objections along this line when it (now) expressly provides:‘All originating processes or other Court processes filed by any party before the Court shall be served on any other party in any part of the Federation without leave of Court.’ 1,017 more words

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Court rules on contempt charge against Okonjo-Iweala June 3

‎Justice Abdul Kafarati‎ of the Abuja Division of the Federal High Court has fixed June 3 to deliver ruling on contempt charge against the Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. 529 more words

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