Monthly Archives: March 2022

Instructure partners with non-profit organization Better Days to bring an educational course on Utah women to web learners

Two courses available on Canvas Commons and Canvas Network at no additional cost SALT LAKE CITY, March 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structure today announced the creation of two K-12 complementary courses in Canvas LMS aimed at helping Utah students gain a better understanding of the role of influential women in …

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Legal Expert Explains Legal Possibilities With Tire Sampson Amusement Park Case

(KMOV.com) – New details emerge as an investigation into the death of a St. Louis County teenager at a Florida amusement park continues. Tire Sampson, 14, of Berkeley, died during a thrill ride at Icon Park in Orlando, Florida last week. The Fair Rides Division of the Florida Department of …

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New EU legislation could change the face of messaging apps |

Social media giants may soon have to integrate their services under proposed new EU legislation. This week the Digital Markets Act was unveiled and, if approved by the European Parliament, major changes will need to be made to services offered by tech giants such as Meta and Apple. For example, …

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Michigan Law Adds Mandatory Journalists After Nassar Scandal | News, Sports, Jobs

LANSING, Mich. — Physical and occupational therapists and athletic trainers will now be required to report suspected cases of child abuse or neglect under a new Michigan law that follows the Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal. Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed the legislation this week, which comes more …

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A 5-step plan to market your law firm | Good2bSocial media

As the first quarter of the year draws to a close, it’s a good idea to take stock of the execution of your marketing plan so far. Don’t have a formal marketing plan? You need it. An annual marketing plan helps you chart the course of your business and achieve …

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Why Debt-Afflicted Millennials Should Be Thankful for Inflation

Should you be concerned about inflation, as investors and economists are? Certainly not. It could even be a lifeline if you’re paying a mortgage or struggling with student debt. Prices for everything from old automobiles to timber have been rising as the US economy gradually emerges from COVID lockdowns, with …

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Governor raises limit on indoor social gatherings to 250; restores absenteeism law | Guam News

Governor Lou Leon Guerrero on Monday lifted additional COVID-19 restrictions with immediate effect, including raising the limit on the number of indoor social gatherings from 100 to 250 people, even though another death-on-arrival case linked to COVID-19 has occurred. The governor also reversed the suspension of the definition of habitual …

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California Environmental Laws and Policies Update – March 2022 #3 | Allen Matkins

News Associated Press – March 11 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing a plan that would limit stack emissions from power plants and other industrial sources that impact neighboring downwind states. The plan announced last Friday aims to help more than two dozen states meet “good neighbor” obligations …

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Back to work: what are the social norms in offices today?

TORONTO- Shake hands. Drinking coffee with colleagues. Drink and eat customer. Social niceties once taken for granted look increasingly complicated as thousands of Canadian workers return to the office this spring, many for the first time in two years. Along with anxiety about commute times and company vaccination policies, there …

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Social norms will take time to establish as more workers return to the office

Shake hands. Drinking coffee with colleagues. Drink and eat customer. Social niceties once taken for granted look increasingly complicated as thousands of Canadian workers return to the office this spring, many for the first time in two years. Along with anxiety about commute times and corporate vaccination policies, there are …

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Powerhouse Company designs the interior of a law firm in Amsterdam

the central company architecture studio has designed the interior of the offices of a large law firm in Amsterdam, located in the hourglass building. Designed by an architectural firm Dam & Partners and completed in 2020, the building owes its name to its iconic sloping stone facades that give it …

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New law prohibiting cyberflashing to be included in online security bill | Online abuse

Cyberflashing is to be made a criminal offence, with perpetrators facing up to two years in prison under the government’s plans to strengthen the upcoming online safety bill. According to a study published in 2020, three-quarters of girls aged 12 to 18 have received unsolicited nude images from boys or …

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The first known legal test of the Mental Health Reform Act alleges that Virginia is failing to meet its expectations.

It is the first legal test of public mental health reform born out of tragedy, which experts say closed a loophole while straining an overburdened and understaffed system. The impacts of the so-called “bed of last resort” law, enacted in 2014 to prevent people in crisis from falling through the …

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Miss Manners: Her sister-in-law thinks wedding invitations are transferable

My sister-in-law (a named guest) is invited to bring her granddaughter (also a named guest), but the former daughter-in-law is a stranger to both the bride and me. We clearly told my sister-in-law that this was unacceptable. She has now asked for a second time, and I’m afraid she’ll invite …

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Court (Rightly) Says Germany’s Social Media Censorship Law Goes Too Far

from A little common sense department Do you remember NetzDG? This is the German content moderation law that was a complete disaster from day one. It imposes all kinds of requirements on social media companies to remove unwanted content in a very short time. Other countries, such as Turkey, have …

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Local and State Employment Law Updates: A Massive Release of New Labor Posters | SmithAmundsen LLC

Below are some of the latest state updates and posters – CALIFORNIA The State of California has released various Covid-19 related paid sick leave information for 2022: According to the Supplemental Paid Sick Leave poster, which came into effect on February 19, 2022, covered employees of the public or private …

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Higher Education Software Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – Oracle, Instructure, Ellucian, edx – Eclectic NorthEast

New Jersey, United States,- the Higher Education Software Market The report highlights the problems of the business and also presents the areas where the business can grow by increasing the customer base. It also helps you make informed market decisions and develop effective strategies. This Higher Education Software Market report …

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Russia’s ‘hooliganism’ law could jail anti-war protesters for up to 8 years, expert says

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Russia’s “hooliganism” law could jail the more than 13,000 anti-war protesters arrested across the country for up to eight years. The section of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation on “hooliganism” states that it is “defined as a serious violation of …

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Title IX 50th Anniversary: ​​What is Title IX, how it became law and how it changed athletics forever

This June marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of Title IX into American law and the creation of gender equality in sports. Prior to Title IX, women were overlooked in sports and not as supported as male athletes. Title IX was intended to change this narrative and states that …

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Legislature approves Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ school safety law update

This bill to boost compliance with school safety standards set in 2018 will then await the governor’s signature. Updates to improve school safety and strengthen legislation passed in the wake of the state’s worst school shooting received unanimous Senate approval on Thursday. The bill also passed unanimously in the House. …

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Sex trafficking law has a racist past

The growing federal sex trafficking case against prominent Trump apologist Matt Gaetz, a right-wing Florida congressman accused of luring underage girls across state lines, has an unexpected connection to the black history. The charges Gaetz may face are based on a law, the Mann Act, first rolled out to unfairly …

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A Section of Now: Social Norms and Rituals as Sites of Architectural Intervention – Announcements

A section of now: social norms and rituals as sites of architectural intervention Book launch: March 10, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., online, with a conversation between Giovanna Borasi (Director of the CCA), Florian Idenburg (SO–IL) and Hilary Sample (MOS) Canadian Center for Architecture 1920 rue Baile Montreal Quebec …

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Triage fact, disinformation after the Russian attack on Ukraine

Associated Press journalists in Ukraine and beyond document military activity during the Russian invasion. With widespread misinformation and social media amplifying military claims and counterclaims, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what’s going on. Here’s a look at what could be confirmed on Monday as Russia’s military assault on Ukraine entered …

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