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DOE Secretary Lauds WIPP, Carlsbad
DOE Secretary Lauds WIPP, Carlsbad
2015-03-26 | Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz presented an update on the recommendations of the Blue Ribbon Commission on America's Nuclear Future on March 24 at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, D.C.
Tampa Bankruptcy Attorneys Clark & Washington Discuss the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act
Tampa Bankruptcy Attorneys Clark & Washington Discuss the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act
2015-03-17 | Clark & Washington's Tampa bankruptcy attorneys explain your rights under the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act.
Nashville Bankruptcy Attorneys Clark & Washington Believe a 'Staycation' Is the Best Way To Avoid Debt
Nashville Bankruptcy Attorneys Clark & Washington Believe a 'Staycation' Is the Best Way To Avoid Debt
2015-03-11 | Clark & Washington's Nashville bankruptcy attorneys believe vacationing at home can help you avoid accumulating vacation debt.
The Non-Prime 101 Conference on Subprime Consumer Trends is Accepting Proposals for Speakers
The Non-Prime 101 Conference on Subprime Consumer Trends is Accepting Proposals for Speakers
2015-03-10 | The call to speakers is open to economists, academics, consumer advocacy groups, and industry leaders who have conducted research on the subprime, unbanked, and underbanked consumer population.
Patricia Arquette and Kamala Lopez Attend the UN Women's Conference
Patricia Arquette and Kamala Lopez Attend the UN Women's Conference
2015-03-10 | Film Producer, Kamala Lopez will be on hand to talk about Equal Means Equal
Could a Change In Policy Damage Entrepreneur's Growth? Thornton Dowson Investigates
Could a Change In Policy Damage Entrepreneur's Growth? Thornton Dowson Investigates
2015-02-21 | British entrepreneurs drive economic growth. A policy implemented in 2008 rewards them for their efforts. Now, the policy might be at risk. Thornton Dowson say the government must support British businesses to enhance continuous economic growth.
Brooklyn Court Dismisses Commercial "Mixed Use" Foreclosure Action Because Lender Failed to Send Notice to Residential Tenants
Brooklyn Court Dismisses Commercial "Mixed Use" Foreclosure Action Because Lender Failed to Send Notice to Residential Tenants
2015-02-12 | 650 Brooklyn, LLC, v. Hunte et al., Index No. 504623/2013 Supreme Court of the State of New York: Kings County I.A.S. Justice Carolyn E. Demarest
Women in the Military - Where they Stand (Ninth Edition) Released Feb.5, 2015
Women in the Military - Where they Stand (Ninth Edition) Released Feb.5, 2015
2015-02-05 | A favorite of advocates for military women, scholars, lawmakers, policy analysts and defense officials
A Brooklyn Woman was Acquitted of all Charges in Kings County Supreme Court Yesterday in a Trial for an Arson that Destroyed a Commercial Store on July 3, 2012
A Brooklyn Woman was Acquitted of all Charges in Kings County Supreme Court Yesterday in a Trial for an Arson that Destroyed a Commercial Store on July 3, 2012
2015-01-25 | Yan Hua Wei was arrested just after midnight on July 4, 2012 and charged with setting fire to a building located at 5818 8th Avenue in Brooklyn.
County Commissioners Announce Utah Salute to Law & Order Statewide Gathering to Honor, Pay Respect and Pledge Continued Support for Law Enforcement
County Commissioners Announce Utah Salute to Law & Order Statewide Gathering to Honor, Pay Respect and Pledge Continued Support for Law Enforcement
2015-01-22 | Several Utah County Commissioners joined forces to organize an event to honor, pay respect, and pledge continued support for law enforcement. "Utah's Salute to Law and Order" will be held January 29th at 12:00 p.m. at the Utah State Capitol.
Law Firm Controller Kerri Cook Named CFO of National Canine Breeder Reform Group
Law Firm Controller Kerri Cook Named CFO of National Canine Breeder Reform Group
2015-01-15 | Stacie Kyle to Serve as VP of Fundraising and Carol Hallows as Secretary
National Canine Breeder Reform Group Focuses on Registration and Regulation of Commercial Dog Breeding
National Canine Breeder Reform Group Focuses on Registration and Regulation of Commercial Dog Breeding
2015-01-13 | New Position Paper Details Why Dog Breeders Should Support Reform
Felissa Elfenbein Named Director of Social Media and Technology for National Canine Breeder Reform Group
Felissa Elfenbein Named Director of Social Media and Technology for National Canine Breeder Reform Group
2015-01-08 | Barbara Marlow to Serve as Director of Rescue Liaison and Paula Cooper as Director of Multi-Breeds Liaison
DDB Alum Michele Farnum Named VP of Communications for National Canine Breeder Reform Group
DDB Alum Michele Farnum Named VP of Communications for National Canine Breeder Reform Group
2015-01-06 | Jay Morales to Serve as Director of Public Relations and Jackie Griffin, J.D., as Director of Content
With 2014 Success on Budget, Transportation, Community Development and Sustainability Initiatives, Sound Cities Association Provides Leadership for 36 Member Cities in King County, WA
With 2014 Success on Budget, Transportation, Community Development and Sustainability Initiatives, Sound Cities Association Provides Leadership for 36 Member Cities in King County, WA
2014-12-30 | The Sound Cities Association, which represents 36 member cities in King County, Washington, enjoyed unprecedented success in its 2014 efforts to build long-term community and economic prosperity in the greater Seattle area and Washington State.
Reform Canine Breeding and Auctions (RCBAA) Launches Focused, Funded, Strategic Effort to Stop Inhumane Dog Breeding Practices
Reform Canine Breeding and Auctions (RCBAA) Launches Focused, Funded, Strategic Effort to Stop Inhumane Dog Breeding Practices
2014-12-15 | Group Calls for Registration and Regulation of For-Profit Dog Breeders
Utah Company Reaches Agreement That Will Expand its Reach in Canada
Utah Company Reaches Agreement That Will Expand its Reach in Canada
2014-12-11 | British Columbia Firm Plans to Make "Muscle Wall" Flood Barriers Available to Every Municipality in Canada
What the Average American Can Do to Have a Say in Government Policy
What the Average American Can Do to Have a Say in Government Policy
2014-11-27 | Study shows that Americans have no say in government policies that affect their lives. Attorney-novelist Matt McMahon has some thoughts on how that can be changed.
Schwartz & Naderi Handle California Proposition 47 Resentencing Cases
Schwartz & Naderi Handle California Proposition 47 Resentencing Cases
2014-11-13 | With Proposition 47 being approved in California, the Law Offices of Schwartz & Naderi is pleased to announce that the firm has expanded its services to include the handling of resentencing cases under Proposition 47.
The Non-Prime 101 Conference is Accepting Applications for Speakers
The Non-Prime 101 Conference is Accepting Applications for Speakers
2014-11-12 | Apply to be a speaker for the Non-Prime 101 Conference.