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Two new books explore the impact of acce...

October 16, 2021 The exponential age. By Azeem Azhar. Diversion books; 352 pages; $ 28.99. Published in Great Britain as “Exponential”; Random business from home; £ 20 Human borders. By Michael Bhaskar. MIT Press; 432 pages; $ 29.95. Bridge Street Press; £ 20 Masters of scale. By Reid Hoffman with June Cohen and Deron Triff. […]

Jefferson Healthcare RN – Leadership Pri

Last week, the registered nurses union bargaining team made a comprehensive economic proposal that included lasting, general wage increases and significant bonus improvements. The team also came up with strong contractual language that would better define floating training and cross-training. Another wording of the contract would encourage better working hours. This week, management preceded their […]

Professors elected to the American Law I...

Professors John Duffy and Ruth Mason of the University of Virginia Law School joined the American Law Institute. The ALI announced its election on Friday. There are now 28 AVU law school members currently affiliated with ALI. The institute produces academic work intended to update or improve the law. The organization includes judges, lawyers and […]

Plum app secures $ 14 million as it cons...

The company hopes to raise a total of $ 24 million in funding to expand in Europe UK investment app Plum has raised $ 14 million as part of its Series A funding round, according to a press release shared on Friday. The platform, which has offices in London, Athens and Nicosia, said funds would […]

Texas Books Controversy: School Administ...

During a training session last week, a school administrator from Carroll ISD in Southlake, Texas attempted to counsel elementary teachers on how to follow the new district guidelines for auditing books. The guidelines were issued in an attempt to align with a controversial Texas law that seeks to restrict discussion of race and history in […]

DOL proposes new ESG rule after abandoni...

According to a securities attorney’s interpretation of the proposed new rule by the U.S. Department of Labor, trustees will likely need to consider climate change and environmental, social and governance risks when selecting candidates. investments and the formulation of recommendations for pension plans. The proposed new rule, titled “Prudence and loyalty in selecting plan investments […]

The Director of the Civil Service joins ...

Dawn Davison has joined the University of Virginia Law School as the new Director of the Civil Service. “My goal is to help each of our students and alumni find their dream job,” Davison said, “that thing that fulfills both their personal and professional goals and helps them feel confident in this research. “ She […]

Global Legal Technology Applications Mar...

QY Reports released a new Global Legal Technology Applications Market The report provides information on the market size, share, trends, growth, cost structure, capacity, revenue, and forecast for 2028. This report also includes a complete and in-depth study of the Legal Tech App market with all its aspects influencing the growth of the market. This […]

Tennessee judge charged with inventing u...

Judge of Tennessee Donna Scott Davenport faces further criticism after discovering she illegally sentenced children to prison terms by creating bogus laws that don’t exist in Tennessee. According to WREG and ProPublica, Judge Davenport, a Rutherford County juvenile judge, instituted a policy in 2016 that all children accused of crimes should be treated in the […]