Administrative Law News and Stories
Federal judges set primary elections, re-open filing period
Lufkin Daily NewsMarch 2, 2012
A three-judge federal panel in San Antonio issued an order late Thursday setting a May 29 primary election date and a related administrative calendar for the election. The order sets another filing period, which starts today and runs through 6 pm March ...more »
Upton residents call for rail 'quiet zones'
Milford Daily NewsMarch 1, 2012
“I understand that there are several opportunities for state and federal grants to upgrade crossings, and I recommend that we work together to pursue these as a way of working toward the (Code of Federal Regulations) requirements so that a quiet zone ...more »
Greenberg Traurig Will Co-Sponsor American Bar Association's Section of ...
SYS-CON Media (press release)March 15, 2012
The ABA has sponsored the Homeland Security Law Institute for the past six years and it has become the premier conference for homeland security law practitioners. Whitley is the former and first General Counsel to the US Department of Homeland Security ...more »
Federal Agency: HealthBridge Breaking Law
Hartford CourantMarch 1, 2012
By MARA LEE firstname.lastname@example.org The Hartford Courant The nursing home chain that locked out workers at one of its six unionized homes in Connecticut is breaking the law, the agency in charge of enforcing workers' rights said Wednesday.more »
Police: Men questioned about Georgia slayings aren't suspects
Charlotte ObserverMarch 1, 2012
By Steve Lyttle and WCNC-TV Georgia law enforcement officials are questioning three men who were questioned in Charlotte for a triple homicide near Atlanta are not considered suspects in the killings. Authorities said the men drove from Virginia to ...more »