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Since 1994 when I became an Assistant State’s Attorney for Cook County, I have been involved with persons charged by the State with violating the law.
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An Effective Electronic Use Policy, Combined with Computer Forensics, Can Help Prevent Employee Misconduct
Organizations purchase computers and other electronic equipment to increase productivity and improve customer service — but that doesn’t mean that’s all the equipment is used for. Employees tend to assume a degree of “ownership” of the devices on their desktops, and use them to some extent for personal reasons.
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Moving overseas for love creates particular dangers when children are born overseas and a romance then falls apart. Expatriate parents may find that they are unable to take the kids back to a parent's home country. International child custody laws may create serious problems. International family lawyer Jeremy Morley explains.
A consumer is a user of goods and services; hence, every producer could also be termed as a consumer. However, conflicting interests have categorized them, inevitably, into two different groups.
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The total foreign investment into China for the first 9 months of 2007 amounted to about US $47 billion, an increase of 10.9% from 2006.