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19 Oct 2023, 2:42 am by Kirston
The post DOMESTIC ABUSE PART V – RECOVERY appeared first on Rayden Solicitors. [read post]
15 Oct 2023, 4:58 am by Arlo Kipfer
Information to be filled in includes: a)    A telephone and fax number for ________, as legal representative of the WFOE (You will probably want to use the Shanghai WFOE office numbers, but it’s up to you). b)    The effective date of the Rules and Regulations (probably today, or any date before the employee agreements are signed). c)    For _________[the in-country China manager]: i)      His (Shanghai)… [read post]
29 Sep 2023, 5:55 am by Richard Ponzio
President  Joe Biden, Australia’s Foreign Minister Penny Wong, and other leaders once again echoed calls for Security Council reform and other changes in the collective security architecture to better cope with Ukraine, Sudan, Afghanistan, and other hotspots. [read post]
28 Aug 2023, 12:25 pm by Giles Peaker
Mr I’s case was Haringey’s decision that he was able to cope in temporary accommodation was flawed and so unreasonable. [read post]
15 Aug 2023, 12:43 pm by Tom Kosakowski
Finally, we will explore how intersectionality affects how one encounters and copes with microaggressions and trauma. [read post]
24 Jun 2023, 6:00 am by Lawrence Solum
First, based on comparative research, it offers a conceptual analysis of six distinctive meanings of judges and judiciaries as (i) single persons, (ii) conglomerations, (iii) institutions, (iv) collective actors, (v) cases, and (vi) symbolic ideals. [read post]
19 Jun 2023, 12:25 pm by Lawrence Solum
First, based on comparative research, it offers a conceptual analysis of six distinctive meanings of judges and judiciaries as (i) single persons, (ii) conglomerations, (iii) institutions, (iv) collective actors, (v) cases, and (vi) symbolic ideals. [read post]
12 Jun 2023, 11:00 pm
Plaintiff, who is nearsighted, developed a coping mechanism of removing his glasses while in public so that he could not see others' reactions to his appearance. [read post]