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81. Legal Research Center - Employment, Employee Laws - Legal Research Center - CIO
Articles touching on consumer issues as well as corporate law The centuriesold practiceof law is slowly Highlight legal RSS CIO content is now available in



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Keep your vendors happy and prevent your contractor relationships from going sour with our vendor and consultant contract law resources. Employment Law How do you keep tabs on your employees while respecting their privacy and rights? These resources can help you navigate the tricky course of hiring, firing and employment issues. General Legal Resources Get an overview of the legal issues involved in IT with portals and legal information clearinghouses. Information-Handling Policies Mishandling a critical email could cost your company a fortune in the future. Learn how to regulate, protect, and archive the information that flows through your organization. Intellectual Property IT Related Legislation and Policy Keep up on the latest legislation and policy that affects the field of information technology. Articles touching on consumer issues as well as corporate taxation and e-commerce are available. Technology and Practice of Law The centuries-old practice of law is slowly adapting to information-age technology. Take a look at how this paper-laden field is going digital.

82. Copyright And Multimedia Law For Webbuilders And Multimedia Authors
Censorship Resources, Privacy, Telecommunication law, Regulation and legislation,cases and issues, fair use Resources, Findlaw Internet legal Resources and

for Webbuilders and Multimedia Authors
introductions and explanations at the top, other resources further down, hardcore documents at bottom.
Cyberlaw Encyclopedia
Cyberspace Law Center
Topics: Commerce, CyberCrimes, Freedom of Expression, Intellectual Property, Privacy, Other CyberSpace Law Resources, General Legal Resources, General Internet Information. Webweaver: Stacy Stern, Harvard Law School grad who also maintains Cyber Squirrel
Digital Future Coalition (DFC)
"Created in 1995, the DFC is a unique collaboration of many of the nation's leading non-profit educational, scholarly, library and consumer groups, together with major commercial trade associations representing leaders in the consumer electronics, telecommunications, computer and network access industries. Thus, the DFC membership represents both the owners and users of intellectual property." The full text of HR 2281 IH. Also available in

83. Media And Computer Law
legal and regulatory issues surrounding cable television, broadcasting CYBERIAL Discussionson law and policy the discussion and analysis of issues relating to
Internet Resources on Media Law (including Cyberspace)
Cases, Statutes and Regs
A list of links to online sources of cases, statutes and regulations compiled by Marshall K. Dyer, esq, editor of Netwatchers Cyberzine
Computer P rofessionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR)
"CPSR is a public-interest alliance of computer scientists and others interested in the impact of computer technology on society. As technical experts, CPSR members provide the public and policymakers with realistic assessments of the power, promise, and limitations of computer technology. As concerned citizens, we direct public attention to critical choices concerning the applications of computing and how those choices affect society."
Convergence between Telecom, Media and IT
A legal section of the European Commission's Information Society Website, this page features links to news and papers on the broad topic of convergence.
Convergence and Trans-European Networks: Some Policy Problems
A paper from Studies on Media Information and Telecommunication - Luxembourg.
Cyberlaw Encyclopedia
Actually a cyberlaw portal compiled by Canadian lawyer Alan Gahtan who specializes in information technology and electronic commerce, this site is organized by issue and links then point to articles etc.

84. Contents: Management And Administration Of Correctional Health Care
Part 2 Medical issues. Impact of Guidelines Financial Impact; Case law. YourFacility’s legal Responsibilities; Whether and When to Test for Disease;

Categories Corrections Management and Administration of Correctional Health Care Management and Administration of Correctional Health Care Editor: Jacqueline Moore, Ph.D., R.N., C.C.H.P.-A. PARTIAL TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: LEGAL ISSUES ] [Part 2: MEDICAL ISSUES] [ Part 3: MENTAL HEALTH CARE Part 4: ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES Part 2: Medical Issues Chapter 4: Physician Clinical Practice Guidelines
  • Clinical Guidelines
    • Guideline Development Outcome and Clinical Guidelines
    Guideline Implementation Impact of Guidelines
    • Financial Impact Case Law
    Chapter 5: HIV, STD, and TB Intervention and Prevention in Correctional Health Care
    • A Unique Opportunity for Disease Prevention
      • Priorities and Challenges Rapid Growth of Inmate Population Increasing Complexity of Diseases
      What Correctional Health Care Providers Can Do
      • Whether and When to Test for Disease Confidentiality Educating Inmates
      Providing HIV, STD, and TB Education
      • The Focus and Purpose of Your Program Getting Funding Obtaining and Organizing Your Resources and Staff
      Program Components
      • Multiple Sessions and Learning Formats Peer Educators Evaluating Your Program Intervention Considerations on Entry and Pre-Release Record-Keeping Women Inmates Final Comments
      Chapter 6: Hepatitis C Virus and Its Relevance to Corrections
      • A Formidable Challenge Risk Factors
        • Parenteral Transmission Sexual Transmission Vertical Transmission Significance in Corrections
        Microbiology Genotypes Quasispecies

85. Complex Love - Legal Issues
legal issues. a person under the age of 18 years and an adult is a person who isat least 18 years of age. The laws against unlawful sexual intercourse apply.
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Marriage Age of Consent Student/teacher relationship Green Card Please note: I am not a lawyer. This is based on research I did on the internet. Marriage To marry in California you have to obtain a marriage license. There are two types of licenses: Regular and Confidential. You do not need blood tests, you do not need to be a U.S. citizen. There is no waiting period for getting the license and you can get married immediately after you got it. Bride and Groom must appear together and have proper identification. There is a fee of $70 ($72 for a Confidential License) in Santa Barbara County where I suspect Sunnydale would be. In other counties it can be a lot cheaper (under $40). The marriage certificate costs an additional $13. The Regular Marriage License requires one witness, can be used in other counties and is open to public viewing and published in newspapers. If one is a minor you'll need the consent of one parent/guardian and an Order of the Superior Court that allows the minor to get a license. The Confidential Marriage License requires no witness, can only be used in the county that the license was obtained in and can only be viewed by Bride and Groom or by Court Order. In addition the couple has to be living together and both have to be 18 or older.

86. AMA (Alcohol) The Minimum Legal Drinking Age: Facts And Fallacies
The effect of legal drinking age on fatal injuries of Effects of minimum drinkingage laws on alcohol use and alcohol availability to youth issues and research
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  • A higher minimum legal drinking age is effective in preventing alcohol-related deaths and injuries among youth. When the MLDA has been lowered, injury and death rates increase, and when the MLDA is increased, death and injury rates decline (Wagenaar, 1993).
    A higher MLDA results in fewer alcohol-related problems among youth, and the 21-year-old MLDA saves the lives of well over 1,000 youth each year (Jones et al, 1992; NHTSA, 1989). Conversely, when the MLDA is lowered, motor vehicle crashes and deaths among youth increase. At least 50 studies have evaluated this correlation (Wagenaar, 1993).
    A common argument among opponents of a higher MLDA is that because many minors still drink and purchase alcohol, the policy doesn't work. The evidence shows, however, that although many youth still consume alcohol, they drink less and experience fewer alcohol-related injuries and deaths (Wagenaar, 1993).
    Regarding Europeans and alcohol use among youth, research confirms that Europeans have rates of alcohol-related diseases (such as cirrhosis of the liver) similar to or higher than those in the U.S. population (Single, 1984). However, drinking and driving among youth may not be as great a problem in Europe as in the U.S. Compared to their American counterparts, European youth must be older to obtain their drivers' licenses, are less likely to have a car, and are more inclined to use public transportation (Wagenaar, 1993).

87. - 12 Key Legal And Tax Issues
return it to the same government office that issues marriage licenses You will needto check your state law for the that will limit a person’s legal right to

88. Electronic School: Copyright In A Digital Age
some areas involving such issues as photocopying State University) Copyrights (sourceLegal Information Institute Domain (source Cornell University law Library
Taping broadcasts
In 1981 a congressional subcommittee developed guidelines for off-air taping for educational use. These guidelines permit nonprofit educational institutions to tape programs from open air (not satellite or cable) broadcasts for instructional (not entertainment) use, under the following conditions:
  • The broadcast is recorded off-air simultaneously with broadcast transmission and retained by the educational institution for a period not to exceed 45 calendar days after the date of the recording. The program then must be erased. Each teacher uses the taped programs only once with each class during the first 10 consecutive school days of the 45-day retention period. Programs may not be used with students after that time. (School days do not include vacations, holidays, weekends, examination periods, or other scheduled interruptions.) After the first 10 consecutive school days, off-air recordings may be used up to the end of the 45-day retention period only for teacher-evaluation purposes and may not be used for student exhibition or any nonevaluation purpose without authorization. Off-air recordings are made only at the request of, and used by, individual teachers. Recordings may not be made regularly in anticipation of requests. No broadcast program may be recorded off-air more than once at the request of the same teacher, regardless of the number of times the program may be broadcast.

89. Legal Issues For Supervisors
legal issues for Supervisors. Back to Table of Contents. Standards Act (FLSA) setsfederal legal standards for federal law differs from state law regarding the

90. NFA And Other Gun, Knife And Destructive Device Law Related Info And Cases
NFA and other gun, knife and destructive device law related info and cases. law related info and cases. Jump to FAQs, Pictures, laws, Supreme Court Cases, State Court Cases, Other Court Cases
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  • 91. LII Law About Employment
    LII An overview of employment law with links to key primary and secondary sources. Employment law is a broad area encompassing all areas of Chapt. 14. age Discrimination in Employment. Chapt

    92. Adoption Legal Issues
    legal issues. Standby Guardianship laws regarding transfer of guardianship froma Domestic and International Adoption legal Information - (Available in PDF or
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    New! We have revised our state statutes products to better serve your needs. If you cannot find the information you need, please e-mail the Clearinghouse at The National Adoption Information Clearinghouse provides an array of products related to State adoption laws. Adoption in the United States is governed by State law and regulations. These products are intended as research tools and do not substitute for the official version of any statute. While every attempt has been made to be as complete as possible, additional information on these topics may exist in other sections of a State's code as well as in agency regulations, case law, and informal practices and procedures. Readers interested in the interpretation of specific laws within an individual State or jurisdiction should review and seek the advice of an attorney familiar with that State's law. Some of these documents need to be viewed in Adobe's Acrobat Reader. Download Acrobat Reader here.

    93. Marriage & Living Together - Legal Encyclopedia - Nolo
    battle intensifies A history of the law and the facing a divorce or wrestling withissues of child Divorce Child Custody area of Nolo s legal Encyclopedia.
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  • Marriage Marriage is the legal union of two people. When you are married, your responsibilities and rights toward your spouse concerning property and support are defined by the laws of the state in which you live. The two of you may be able to modify the rules set up by your state, however, if you desire to do so. Your marriage can only be terminated by a court granting a divorce or an annulment.
    The Return of the Ring The engagement is broken. Long after the heartbreak has healed, one nagging question often remains: Who gets to keep the ring?
    Marriage Rights and Benefits Learn some of the legal and practical ways that getting married changes your life.
  • 94. Alan M. Gahtan - Presentations And Speeches
    in the Global Digital age , New York Financial Services, Osgoode Hall law School Professional LegalIssues , Intellectual Property Online Conference, Canadian
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  • Netlaw 2004, 8th Annual Symposium on Internet Law, The Canadian Institute, March 25-26, 2004 (Toronto) "Buying and Selling IT", Ontario Bar Association Annual Institute, January 29, 2004 (Toronto) "IP Rights in Outsourcing", Negotiating and Drafting Outsourcing Contracts, The Canadian Institute, November 27-28, 2003 (Toronto) "Contracting for Internet Related Services", Internet Law, Insight, April 25, 2003 "Export Controls", Toronto Computer Lawyers Group, April 2003 "What you need to know about Electronic Evidence and Discovery", Ontario Bar Association Civil Litigation Section, March 27, 2003 (Toronto) "Service Levels/Benchmarking", How to Outsource with Confidence, Ontario Bar Association Annual Institute, March 21, 2003 (Toronto) (speaker and co-chair) "Contracting for Internet Services", Insight, May 29-30, 2002 (Toronto) "Electronic Evidence", Ontario Bar Association, April 30, 2002 (Toronto)
  • 95. Equal Opportunity Office - Legal Issues In Employment Interviewing
    about relocation, schools, daycare, and other issues of interest to of his ethnicbackground is legal if the or other class protected by discrimination laws.
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    Selection is the process of picking individuals who have relevant qualifications to fill jobs in an organization. The process begins when a manager identifies the need to fill a position, and ends when a person is hired to meet that need. What happens in the middle of the process varies from organization to organization, but generally includes job analysis, position description development, recruitment, testing, screening, corresponding with applicants, credentials verification, background investigations, interviewing, reference checks, physical examinations, and the offer. There are important economic consequences and public relations dimensions to the selection process. Discriminatory hiring practices have very real and immediate costs for the employer. The Civil Rights Act of 1991 permits jury trials and punitive or compensatory damage awards for victims of intentional discrimination. Individuals acting on behalf of the organization who fail to follow nondiscrimination policies may face personal liability. Poorly designed or executed selection processes will generally fail to identify the right person for the job, resulting in:
    • turnover missed opportunities delays in accomplishing the mission of the organization
    Unfavorable impressions of an employer can be caused by:
    • impolite or incompetent interviewers unnecessarily long waits lack of follow-up
    The selection process is a vital business practice for any organization. A complete and well-written job description provides the blueprint for data gathering. Intentional and targeted recruitment helps generate a pool of potentially qualified applicants. A comprehensive application form or rating guide enables screeners to eliminate unqualified applicants. Verification checks assist in eliminating individuals who present fraudulent or exaggerated qualifications. General testing may identify characteristics or limitations that would present barriers to successful performance of the job. However, no selection activity has a potentially greater impact than the employment interview.

    96. Australian Government Attorney-General's Department - Civil Justice And Legal Se
    Land *. 8. OTHER DISCRIMINATION issues*. Acts done under statutory or other legalauthority *. 9.2.1. Exemption for acts done to comply with Commonwealth laws *.
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    December 2002 View this document in PDF format - PDF
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    © Commonwealth of Australia 2002 ISBN 642 21077 2 Acknowledgement This Information Paper is adapted from a Paper presented to the Attorney-General by the Core Consultative Group (see Attachment A) on the proposed age discrimination legislation. Both papers were written by the following officers from the Civil Justice Division of the Attorney-General's Department: Kathy Leigh, First Assistant Secretary; Renée Leon, Assistant Secretary; Catherine Hawkins, Principal Legal Officer; Matt Hall, Senior Legal Officer; and Scott Wilson, Senior Legal Officer.
    The Government believes that people of all ages should be able to participate in Australian life. Negative stereotypes should not prevent people from contributing to the workforce or enjoying all aspects of community life simply because of their age. The Government made an election commitment in 2001 to develop legislation to prohibit age discrimination. We undertook to work with business and the community to ensure that the legislation would be fair and balanced. I have consulted with a wide range of business and community representatives. On the basis of this consultation so far, I have developed proposals for age discrimination legislation to implement the Government's election commitment.

    97. Small Business HR Page By Gena Richter - Legal Issues Links
    legal issues. University legal Information Institute A great source for legal information. ExtraProvides analyses of state and federal labor laws and weighs
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    Offers a variety of free information on all employment law topics including, sexual harassment, age discrimination, etc. ( site review Cornell University Legal Information Institute
    A great source for legal information. Law Journal Extra
    Provides analyses of state and federal labor laws and weighs their impact on employers; and plain English court decisions from employment-related cases around the country. Supreme Compliance, Inc.
    Sexual harassment rules have changed again. This site aims to educate employers about their new exposure to liability and their duties in preventing and correcting incidents of workplace sexual harassment. Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA)
    Prohibits age discrimination in employment. Americans with Disabilities Act Document Center
    ADA statute whose purpose is to establish a clear and comprehensive prohibition of discrimination on the basis of disability. The site also contains guidelines, fact sheets, and other assistance material. Title VII, Civil Rights Act of 1964

    98. ECornell Course - Issues And Concepts In Equal Employment
    into EEO, AA, and Diversity issues by identifying Organize information needed bylegal experts when seeking The separate EEO and AA laws, specifically Title

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