Edward Snowden has now been granted temporary asylum in Russia, which he earlier indicated he was seeking only while he looked for a more permanent option elsewhere.
Since California’s implementation of legislation setting minimum nurse-to-patient staffing ratios in 2004, the issue of nurse staffing has been slowly but surely creeping its way into other states’ legislation, attempts at federal legislation, and of course, into more union contracts.
Over at The New York Times, business columnist Joe Nocera published a jumbled rant complaining that plaintiff’s lawyers in the BP spill litigation have done too well in helping the spill victims recover compensation for their losses.
What is confirmation bias? Let me provide the answer by telling a story.
On October 18, 2000, Olga Ortiz slipped on a concrete step on the top of the staircase leading to the Number 6 train at the 28th Street subway station at Lexington Avenue in Manhattan.
By the end of their career, over 80% of attorneys end up in a law firm with less than 25 attorneys.
Most people assume that once the traditional retirement age approaches, alimony will end. While 65 has been quoted in many cases as a good faith retirement age, such does not automatically equate a stop to an alimony obligation.