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Pen and paper is an inferior option for executing legally binding agreements. Yet a recent study commissioned by Adobe Systems Inc. found that 98 percent of surveyed managers "still rely on hard copy
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... Mankodi, known in casinos for his prowess at mathematical betting methods, placed a bet of $3,700 at a blackjack table at Trump...
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...a May 15 strike vote. Among their concerns was the method by which management seeks more employee healthcare contributions. For example, the organization...
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In Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe, affirmed, 2012 U.S.Dist. LEXIS 58742 (2012), a much-written-about opinion, Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck, a jurist highly regarded for his knowledge of e-discover
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