Sooner or later it happens to even the
most conscientious employers. No matter
how carefully they hire workers,
how many incentives they give for strong
performance, or how diligently
they try to
a positive and productive work environment,
all businesses—large and small—
may one day have to deal with a problem
Non-market valuation has become a broadly accepted and widely practiced means of measuring the economic values of the environment and natural resources. In this book, the authors provide a guide to the statistical and econometric practices that economists employ in estimating non-market values. The authors develop the econometric models that underlie the basic methods: contingent valuation, travel cost models, random utility models and hedonic models.
Before jumping into the summaries of the four major Acts, it is important to note that all of such
Acts, as well as the common law pertaining to securities, provide generally applicable antifraud
provisions. Perhaps the best example of such antifraud provisions is Rule 10b-5 under the
Exchange Act, which states in part: “It shall be unlawful for any person . . .
The Ohio Department of Insurance has created this
guide to help you understand some of the basics
of health insurance .This guide is intended to help
individuals, families, self-employed people and small
business owners evaluate their options .
If you have health coverage, try to keep it .Unless
the policy owner (you or your employer) stops
paying premiums, the health plan cannot cancel
your coverage — even if you get sick .The law allows
you to keep coverage through life-changing events
(divorce, changing jobs, job loss, etc .
In a free-enterprise, private-property system, a corporate executive is an employee of the
owners of the business. He has direct responsibility to his employers. That responsibility is to
conduct the business in accordance with their desires, which generally will be to make as
much money as possible while conforming to their basic rules of the society, both those
embodied in law and those embodied in ethical custom. Of course, in some cases his
employers may have a different objective.
Students who seek to work in public service or the public
interest sector of the profession face special challenges in
financing their legal educations because salaries for such
jobs are low. Students graduating from law school with
the average amount of indebtedness may find that the
average entry-level public service or public interest salary
($43,000 for 2009 graduates) will not provide the
resources needed to repay their law school loans and
cover their basic living expenses.