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Ex-Massey security director gets three years in UBB case
Charleston GazetteMarch 1, 2012

A former Massey Energy security director deserves to spend three years in prison for lying to investigators and trying to destroy documents, but should not be blamed for the worst coal-mining disaster in nearly 40 years, a federal judge concluded ...more »

How to handle the latest risk management topics
Smart Business NetworkMarch 1, 2012

Eleven of Aon's thought leaders will participate in panel discussions about acute and emerging risk management issues, including mergers and acquisitions and cyber liability. Professionals from across the globe will come to the conference and meet with ...more »

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Administrative Hearings
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Leagle.comMarch 1, 2012

After hearing the evidence and reviewing the files and medical records presented, the administrative law judge (ALJ) found that "[b]ased on the inconsistencies in the claimant's testimony regarding the identity of his supervisor and the `mistakes' made ...more »

Federal Regulations
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E-Cigarettes Draw Fire From Legislatures
Wall Street JournalMarch 2, 2012

By MIKE ESTERL A growing number of states are taking aim at electronic cigarettes in the absence of federal regulations, intensifying a public-health debate over the fast-growing alternative to traditional cigarettes. Lawmakers in more than half a ...more »

Administrative Law
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Rochester attorney Sean Gleason announces candidacy for Supreme Court
Fairport-E.Rochester PostMarch 16, 2012

In 2000, he accepted an appointment as principal law clerk and counsel to 7th district Administrative Justice Thomas M. VanStrydonck, whose retirement at the end of 2012 is creating the vacancy Gleason seeks to fill. During this time, Gleason assisted ...more »

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Abq. man gets 2 years prison for semen-tainted yogurt
Las Cruces Sun-NewsMarch 1, 2012

... District Judge in Albuquerque sentenced Anthony Garcia, 32, of Albuquerque, to a 24-month term of imprisonment for his conviction for adulterating food with semen and making false statements to federal investigators during a criminal investigation.more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Ohio bills would shield police addresses from
Police NewsMarch 1, 2012

The home addresses of federal law-enforcement officers and probation officers would be shielded from release under separate bills pending in the Ohio House of Representatives. Law-enforcement advocates argue that the law helps protect police and others ...more »


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