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Proceedings: 87th National FFA Convention & Expo

Did you attend the 87th National FFA Convention & Expo last fall in Louisville? Maybe you watched it online? Now you can live it again. 106 more words


Investigating the fate of microplastic particles in the Mohawk and Hudson watersheds, New York state

We are investigating whether microplastic particles (<1.0 mm in diameter) from personal-care products are reaching major waterways of eastern New York state. In 2013, samples of planktonic material were collected at 17 sites in the near-shore channels of the lower Mohawk River between Utica and Waterford, NY, and the upper Hudson River between Selkirk and Troy, NY. 130 more words


The Proceedings of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, by Nancy L. Kourland

Chapter 11 bankruptcy, or the production of a plan to allow a business to reorganize for the purpose of paying off its creditors, is often a better option for businesses experiencing difficulties than liquidation because it produces higher revenue overall than the immediate sale of all assets. 161 more words

Nancy L. Kourland

Life Hacks for the 2015 AIUM Annual Convention

The 2015 AIUM Annual Convention, hosting WFUMB, is less than a week away. Although it was about six months ago that we opened registration, that time just cruised by much too quickly. 477 more words


Breaking news: Court fees to increase

Following on from our post which was published yesterday, Parliament has approved the increase to court fees.

The increase is expected to come into force on… 185 more words

Dispute Resolution

Learning and Diversity in the Cities of the Future

Learning and Diversity in the Cities of the Future was the focus of the 4th PLE Conference, which I was happy to host at Beuth University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. 245 more words

Jan. 28 Live Event Recap -- what we learned. Windows 10, awesome.

Live streaming to Youtube via Google Hangout? It’s pretty easy, but you have to build the Youtube channel and make the preparations.Afterward though, we “unpublished” it (a link embedding it is below.) Why? 204 more words