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A healthier legal profession starts with law school

Perhaps the worst-kept secret in the legal profession is that many of us have a poor work-life balance. Stress, burnout, depression, anxiety and substance abuse issues are too common phenomena. Efforts to address these issues continue to be largely reactive and piecemeal. Gym memberships and mindfulness classes can’t do much. …

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CSI COMPRESSCO LP Management report and analysis of financial condition and results of operations. (Form 10-K)

The following discussion is intended to analyze major elements of our consolidated financial statements and provide insight into important areas of management's focus. This section should be read in conjunction with the Consolidated Financial Statements and accompanying Notes included elsewhere in this Annual Report. Statements in the following discussion may …

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NTA Blog: Overburdened IRS Halts Some Automated Notices, But Taxpayers Still Must File Federal Tax Returns and Pay Outstanding Taxes

In my 2021 Annual Report to Congress, I reported on IRS processing backlogs and recommended that the IRS suspend all automated collection notices until it is up to date on the processing of original returns. and amended and unprocessed correspondence. I also outlined IRS collection policies and recommended that the …

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Same-Day Payday Loans with No Credit Check and Instant Approval 2021

There are certain instances in life when you do not have enough liquid assets, and you are in urgent need of some funds. In situations like these, online money-lending platforms can provide you with same-day loans with no credit checks and instant approval. There is no shortage of money-lending platforms …

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No Credit Check Loans: Best 5 Loan Agencies For Personal Loans And Payday Loans Of 2021| Get Same-Day Loans With Instant Approval And Emergency Loans Online

Proving your credibility is an essential step if you want to qualify for a loan. Whether you are new in the credit loan field or old, you have to provide a track record of your previous debts and histories to the lender. However, this is only the case in a …

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What is a no credit check loan?

No credit check loans are loans where the lender does not check the borrower’s credit before approving and lending loans. These types of loans can be tempting if your credit is poor and you don’t qualify for other products. However, no credit check loans can be risky and are generally …

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Evisort honored with Emerging Startups of Legal Tech Award from research firm Tracxn

SAN MATEO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Evisort, the leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for contract management, has received the Emerging Startups of Legal Tech award from research firm Tracxn. Tracxn has also named Evisort a “Soonicorn” in recognition of its potential to become a “Unicorn,” or a company with a $1 …

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The NFL’s double standard for black coaches exposed again

Despite the NFL’s best efforts to introduce and legislate more diversity through the Rooney Rule, it’s the same old process and the same old faces. In a league where approximately 70% of the players are black, there is currently one black head coach (Mike Tomlin of Pittsburgh). That’s half the …

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Vaccination mandates at work – Are they legal?

Covid-19 Many employees – and their bosses – would like to see a vaccination mandate in their workplace. No jab, no job. But it is not that simple. Just before Christmas, Fletcher Building general manager Ross Taylor made an announcement. From February 15, all employees – whether they work on …

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Controversial tax lien sale took place, despite vocal opposition

New York City’s controversial tax lien sale took place on December 17, 2021, after months of resistance and rallies from local groups and officials. More than 57 elected officials, headed by the State Attorney General, called New York Mayor Bill de Blasio block the sale due to the lingering economic …

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How the right entrepreneurial strategy can support business growth

Entrepreneurs are a vital part of the workforce in the energy industry; their skills and flexibility are highly relied upon to deliver projects on time and on budget. However, recent data from the ONS and a new survey from Brookson Legal reveals that a skills shortage in all industries creates …

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In brief: the liquidation and reorganization processes in Taiwan

Types of liquidation and reorganization processes Voluntary liquidations What are the conditions for a debtor to initiate voluntary liquidation proceedings and what are their effects? A request for bankruptcy can be filed by the insolvent debtor as a request for voluntary bankruptcy. Bankruptcy proceedings can be initiated against a debtor …

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“Faneuil Hall is a mess”: as the holidays approach, stores wrestle with vacancies, fight with owner

The departure of tenants like Allen has cooled the mood in the historic mall, despite the cheerful glow of holiday lights around every corner. A survey conducted over a year ago showed that about one in four retail and restaurant spaces in the market were empty. Traders say the vacancy …

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AVAYA HOLDINGS CORP. Management report and analysis of the financial position and operating results (Form 10-K)

This "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations" should be read in conjunction with the Consolidated Financial Statements and related notes thereto included in Part II, Item 8 of this Annual Report on Form 10-K. The matters discussed in this "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial …

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“No vaccine required” job postings are the latest tactic to attract workers

And while the reasons behind “no vaccine required” jobs vary by company – for some owners, it’s philosophical; for others, it’s desperation in the midst of an unbalanced labor market – several employers say it works. When Primal Life Organics amended its job postings to include the phrase “* NO …

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A COP? – mixed messages at the UN climate summit

As the 2021 United Nations climate change conference is in full swing in Glasgow, Tim Baines, legal adviser to Mayer Brown’s environmental team, assesses the mood on the ground. Monday, November 1 marked the first day of COP26, also known as the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference. As usual, …

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HEAT VACCINATION EVENT | Miami heat

The Miami HEAT – in partnership with Miami-Dade County – will host a COVID-19 vaccination event for first responders (and anyone aged 12 and over) in event space 601 at FTX Arena on Thursday 7 October between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Open to everyone ! The event will be …

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Sunmount at the center of due process controversy | New

TUPPER LAKE – The controversial actions of the State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, reported in the Albany Times Union last week, led the OPWDD to restore due process rights to a few selected parents of ‘children with intellectual disabilities. Last week, The Times Union exposed a loophole in …

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Reap 8% of dividends from growing small businesses

The concept of BDC is shown by a businessman. getty Since traditional banks abandoned business lending over the years, BDCs (business development companies) have stepped in. As an asset class, BDCs earn 8%. We’ll discuss three popular payers – with dividends of up to 8.3% – in a moment. Congress …

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BSE leads the way in sustainability reporting

The Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) aims to promote “green” finance by improving sustainability reporting and environmental, social and governance (ESG) data sharing of listed companies. “As the number of sustainable products increases on the stock exchange, we want to develop green markets,” stock market adviser Balázs Bozsik told the Budapest …

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Is this high yield dividend stock a buy?

Dividend stocks are good investments for retirees and others looking for predictable portfolio income, especially when they also offer the potential for long-term growth. Many large established companies pay regular dividends on a quarterly basis. Companies like Procter & Gamble, Coca Cola, and Real estate income yield in the range …

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How to build accountability into your AI

When it comes to managing artificial intelligence, there is no shortage of principles and concepts to support fair and responsible use. But organizations and their leaders often lose their heads when faced with difficult questions about how to responsibly manage and deploy AI systems today. That’s why, at the US …

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Thai BAAC to implement Wolters Kluwer’s OneSumX for IFRS 9

SINGAPORE–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The Thai Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) selected Wolters Kluwer Finance, Risks & Regulatory Reporting (FRR) provide software to help ensure compliance with International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 9. The bank will use OneSumX IFRS 9, a OneSumX module for FRR, to manage its obligations …

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What are property taxes?

© @ kateryna.m / Twenty20 Two leather sofas in the living room What are property taxes? Property taxes are paid by homeowners and help cover the costs of services in a community, such as public schools, emergency services, policing, and road maintenance. If no one paid property taxes, those potholes …

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