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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's ongoing publications and guidance on the ability-to-repay rules, as well as forthcoming rules on secondary mortgage market reforms, will identify important
With the obligations and penalties of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act set to take effect in 2014, many employers have begun evaluating the use of "contingent" workers as a strategy for
For the 3,000 in-house counsel attending the Association of Corporate Counsel annual meeting in Orlando, there is one top draw: Networking with fellow members of the in-house bar
... Buzzing through the colorful hallways of Palace headquarters in Newport Beach, California, Baroni shakes his head and smiles. Contracts are sacred to...
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...they hire for what work," says the legal strategist, who founded Newport Beach-based Zeughauser Group in 1995. "They won't automatically hire big...
...hire for what work," says the legal strategist, who founded Newport Beachbased Zeughauser Group in 1995. "They won't automatically...
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