All Blog Posts Tagged 'Law' (13)

The journey of law

With popular TV shows such as Suits and Law & Order glamorising the lifestyle of those in the legal sector, it’s not hard to see why so many people are opting to study law over other industries. While the opportunity to work in law may initially have been a pipedream for some, the chance to study a law degree is becoming more accessible; with several law firms offering work experience and open days to encourage prospective lawyers to consider a legal…


Added by Jenny Ho on August 5, 2014 at 11:29am — No Comments

Preemptive Strike: LinkedIn Killing Key Rapportive Features

It’s no secret that most recruiters have a love-hate relationship with LinkedIn. But whether they’re frustrated with price point, data privacy or overall efficacy, they now can add another reason to shake their fists at the company.  For over two years after their acquisition of Rapportive – a GMail plug in that aggregates contact information and social profiles in a slick sidebar seamlessly integrated with GMail…


Added by Nicole Greenberg Strecker, Esq on June 23, 2014 at 12:01pm — 8 Comments

How Law & Order teaches you better interviewing skills

‘Objection! Leading the witness! 

‘Objection! Speculation!' 

‘Objection! Relevance?' 

These lines are classic courtroom interjections I have heard in movie and TV dramas for as long as I can remember. 

It's all designed to create greater dramatic tension. How true is it all to real life in a US courtroom? I don't know, as I have never been in one but I certainly enjoy watching the fictionalised courtrooms that the characters in the various…


Added by Ross Clennett on November 2, 2013 at 10:35pm — No Comments

Cost of Deferred Hires, Banking Partner with 7 associates joined Moscow Office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius

Email correspondence excerpts:

- 'After many meetings with you and others, due to circumstances out of our control, Grigori Marinichev postponed signing of job offer; later you conducted further negotiations with Grigori not informing me of negotiations' status; negotiations with Grigori Marinichev were continued after your and other Dewey & LeBoeuf partners' move to Morgan Lewis.'

- 'I have discussed the matter with our management and General Counsel. Morgan… Continue

Added by Yuri Kozharov on August 7, 2013 at 7:34am — No Comments

Alabama Passes Tough New Immigration Law

The State of Alabama has passed what some have considered one of the toughest immigration laws in the country. The law was passed initially by a large voting margin and comes in the wake of the recent United States Supreme Court ruling on the Arizona's Legal Worker's Act of 2007 that sanctions businesses for hiring undocumented workers. Businesses in Arizona face fines and even loss of business license for repeated offenses.

As with the Arizona law, the new Alabama statute mandates… Continue

Added by Gordon Basichis on June 14, 2011 at 3:30am — No Comments

The End of the South African Recruitment Industry.

New Legislation proposed in South Africa could see the end of the Recruitment industry as we currently know it. It is proposed to outlaw all forms of temporary and contract recruitment forcing all employers to employ staff on a permanent basis only.

This will of course have very dramatic effects for the industry and the millions of temporary and contract workers currently employed in South Africa whose employers will be forced to offer permanent employment or terminate…


Added by Shane McCusker on March 1, 2011 at 4:30am — 1 Comment

Who Owns Your LinkedIn Profile? What EVERYONE Needs To Know

It’s natural to think that your LinkedIn profile belongs only to you. It’s contains so much of your hard work and personal knowledge, it seems out-of-the-question that anything else

could possibly be the case. However, as business begins to recognise the

value social media brings to the bottom line, the issue of ownership of

social activities is coming to the fore. So, if you tweet for work,…


Added by Hung Lee on September 6, 2010 at 1:05pm — 14 Comments

Association of Employment Professionals Summit is coming

Mark your calendars and register at

This is an incredible event, reasonably priced and a breadth of knowledge share. Come and learn from experts, experience with peers, and take away tools for future of employment.

Here is the information:

Click the above link for more detail on speakers & sessions and to register.

$85 Early-bird discount applies if pre-registered and pre-paid by… Continue

Added by Susan Hand on August 26, 2010 at 10:54am — No Comments

Law Jobs for Attorneys

JDHUNTR the job board of choice for attorneys and legal professionals .

Partial Job List: In-House and Law Firm Jobs

Law Job Mexico City, In-House Senior Counsel

Entertainment Corp - Vice President, Real Estate…


Added by JDHUNTR In-House Jobs on November 9, 2009 at 12:27pm — No Comments

Three Tips for Handling Employment History Problems

Got Gaps?

Three Tips for Handling Employment History Problems

By Alesia Benedict, CPRW, JCTC

The department staff gathers around to celebrate a milestone for a staff member. It is retirement day for Joe Smith who has been with the company for thirty years. Management is there to present a nice gold watch to Joe along with a plaque commemorating his extensive service and loyalty to the company. The staff provides a nice cake and some soda. A picture is snapped of Joe… Continue

Added by JDHUNTR In-House Jobs on September 15, 2009 at 12:02am — No Comments

Here is a lay person's take on the E-Verify issues currently at hand. As reported on January 9, the US Department of Justice has delayed the effective date for regulations requiring federal contracto…

Here is a lay person's take on the E-Verify issues currently at hand. As reported on January 9, the US Department of Justice has delayed the effective date for regulations requiring federal contractors and subcontractors to use E-Verify. The delay effectively pushes back the effective date from Jan 15 to Feb 2o. If it's just a 6 week delay, what's all the noise about?

In truth, the business groups that mounted legal resistance to the new regulation are seeking more than just a simple… Continue

Added by Jason C. Blais on January 10, 2009 at 11:31am — No Comments

Eight industries needing bilingual workers

CNN.COM Posting

According to the U.S. Census Bureau's 2006 American Community Survey, approximately 80 percent -- or 223.2 million people -- of Americans use only English at home.

The remaining 20 percent -- 55.8 million people -- speak a language other than English. Add the millions of tourists visiting the country each year and you have a huge demand for workers who can communicate in more than one language.

Thankfully, bilingual workers come to the rescue. In… Continue

Added by 01. Lonnie McRorey on November 5, 2008 at 1:42pm — No Comments

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