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Euro inflation seen testing ECB patience as stimulus takes time

When the European Central Bank unleashed a stimulus barrage in June, it cautioned that the economy would take some time to respond.


Related Topix: Financial Services, European Central Bank, Banking, The Data Company, Financial Markets

Sun Jul 27, 2014

Alabama Live

Alabama prisoners claim they face retaliation for filing lawsuit over medical care

Cells in the infirmary hall at Julia Tutwiler Prison Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013, in Elmore County near Wetumpka, Ala.


Related Topix: Prison, Elmore County, AL, Wetumpka, AL, Southern Poverty Law Center

Sat Jul 26, 2014

Board members meet to discuss fate of Market Basket

Market Basket board members gathered at the Boston offices of the Ropes & Gray law firm to mull the future of the embattled supermarket chain and evaluate several offers to purchase company, including one from ousted chief executive Arthur T. Demoulas.


Related Topix: Ropes and Gray, Boston, MA, Banking, JP Morgan Chase

Hispanic Business

Greenberg Traurig Hosts Women, Business and the Law 2014 Roundtable Event

The event was hosted by , presented the findings from a report examining laws and regulations that impact women's opportunities to work worldwide.


Related Topix: Greenberg Traurig

Fri Jul 25, 2014

JD Supra

Have Accelerators Reached Saturation Point?

A few weeks ago, I attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new MassChallenge accelerator space.


Related Topix: MassChallenge, Hopkinton, MA, Foley and Lardner, Hult International Business School

Hispanic Business

'Data Protection, Key to Attaining Knowledge-Based Economy'

They described data as useful information necessary for the growth of organisations.


Related Topix: The Data Company, Knowledge Management

Columbia Journalism Review

Journalists subpoenaed in 'pink-slime' suit

At least four journalists and a writer have been ordered to hand over documents to attorneys representing the largest manufacturer of "pink slime," the latest development in Beef Products Inc.'s $1.2-billion defamation lawsuit against ABC News and others.


Related Topix: Journalism, Food Science, Winston and Strawn


Unshackle Your Big Data

Without context, "big data," a phrase that has entered into almost every boardroom and earnings call in the last few years, is nothing but an empty umbrella term.


Related Topix: The Data Company, Social Software

Business Journal

Pillsbury Winthrop on the move, 175 new apartments and demo in Chinatown

Happy Friday and welcome do your daily roundup of notable D.C. building permits.


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Business Journal

Stephen Scheve

Stephen Scheve, a partner at Reed Smith LLP, has been nominated as a Fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America .


Related Topix: Reed Smith

Lebanon Democrat

Groups sue TennCare

Three legal advocacy organizations filed a federal class action lawsuit Wednesday against TennCare, Tennessee's Medicaid program, saying that the state has "broken a decades-old promise to its most vulnerable residents" by implementing new policies the groups say deprive thousands of eligible people -- including newborns, pregnant women and the ... (more)


Related Topix: Healthcare Law, Law, Medicaid, Health, Tennessee, Family, Elderly (Senior Citizen), Southern Poverty Law Center

Thu Jul 24, 2014

Power Line

Pro bono law morphs into left-wing lawfare

Do you remember Shirley Sherrod? She's the former Department of Agriculture official caught on camera saying she denied a white farmer the full measure of benefits she could have given him, before later describing how she ended up rejecting this racist approach to her job.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Kirkland and Ellis, US News, United States Department of Agriculture

JD Journal

Matthew D. Rinaldi Joins Dallas Office of Dykema

One of the nation's leading law firms, Dykema, has announced via a press release that Matthew D. Rinaldi has joined the firm in its Dallas office.


Related Topix: Gibson Dunn and Crutcher

Government Executive

Procurement Chief Nominee Stresses Acquisition Training, Contractor Price Data

President Obama's choice to administer the White House Office of Federal Procurement Policy would seek to enhance the expertise of the government's in-house acquisition workforce while gathering better interagency data on past prices paid for products and contractor services.


Related Topix: The Data Company, US Politics, US News, Claire McCaskill, Democrat, Outsourcing

Arthur Ciampi

In his Law Firm Partnership Law column, Arthur J. Ciampi, the coauthor of the treatise 'Law Firm Partnership Agreements' and the managing member of Ciampi LLC, analyzes the Court of Appeals decision in 'Geron v.


Related Topix: Seyfarth Shaw

Hispanic Business

B%7EW Volund Signs $80 Million Contract to Build Biomass Power Plant in Denmark

The boilers will be fueled primarily by wood chips, as well as other biomass residue.


Related Topix: Alternative Energy, Energy, Biomass, The Data Company

Business Journal

Community change and innovaton: law firms make virtual help a reality

That's the theory behind a new program in Santa Clara County that uses technology to provide legal services to low-income people in rural areas and other locales in what are referred to as "legal deserts."


Related Topix: Santa Clara County, CA, Fenwick and West

New SAFE Rules Facilitate Registration for Overseas Financing and...

McDermott Will & Emery has a strategic alliance with MWE China Law Offices , a separate law firm based in Shanghai.


Related Topix: McDermott Will and Emery

Wed Jul 23, 2014

Sys-Con Media

Azavea Becomes a Google Civic Information API Partner

Azavea , a geospatial analysis software development company, has become one of the Google Civic Information API partners.


Related Topix: Azavea, The Data Company


Health advocacy groups file lawsuit against state

Three advocacy groups have filed a class action lawsuit against the state of Tennessee for allegedly failing to provide certain services as required by the federal health care law.


Related Topix: Healthcare Law, Law, Southern Poverty Law Center


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