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E-DISCOVERY READINESS FOR LAWYERS By Amy Girst, J.D. & Robert Smallwood
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This 100+ page ATTORNEY GUIDE is newly updated for 2010 with cases and examples, and added information on email, IM, Microsoft SharePoint e-records and more. It covers the ins and outs of... More > e-discovery project planning and uniquely reviews the top EDD software packages on the market and provides rich technical detail in plain, understandable language. The publication begins with e-Discovery procedures and processes and then focuses on Email - the leading piece of evidence requested at civil trials today. Email as evidence is a particularly challenging area of e-Discovery, and attorneys purchasing this publication will be well-prepared for litigation and the e-discovery process within the new December 2006 Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Co-authored by e-Discovery expert Amy Girst, J.D. and Robert Smallwood, email policy and technology expert at IMERGE Consulting. This book is a valuable resource for all attorneys, most especially litigators and in-house counsel.< Less
Senegal Political Governance and Democracy, a History By Seth Avery
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Senegal Political Governance and Democracy, A History, Senegal. Transitions, Security and Practices. A Book on Senegal History. Senegal is a democracy where people can vote in elections at age 18.... More > They elect a president every 7 years as the head of state who, in turn, appoints a prime minister to head a government. The Council of Ministers, or cabinet, is appointed by the prime minister in consultation with the president. The unicameral legislature, the National Assembly, has 140 members who serve a 5-year term. The judiciary has 3 parts: the Constitutional Court, the Court of Appeal, and the Council of State. The legal systems are based on French civil laws and are in need of strengthening as an institution. There is respect in both theory and practice for civil liberties, including freedom of speech, press, association, movement, and democratic electoral procedures. The military, on which the state spent US$68 million in 1997, includes an army, airforce, navy, and a national security police force that......< Less
The Trials of Christians in the Middle Ages By Edmund Albrecht
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With the collapse of the Western Roman Empire, the Christian Church was left alone to bring about the restoration of civilization by providing both civil and spiritual leadership, an extremely... More > difficult task. One result was a dramatic change in Apostolic Christian theology following Constantine, when Christianity became the state religion of the Roman Empire. This was followed by leaders of the Church declaring that a theocratic empire in Western Europe was a God-given right for the Church. In its attempts to assert this control, which also meant involving the Church in the power politics of Europe, the Church came close to self-destruction. An effort to reform the Church and correct the serious failures of its administrative procedures was attempted by the most powerful monarchs, academics and some cardinals. It almost succeeded early in the 15th century, but unexpectedly a request to debate indulgences ignited the Reformation in the 16th century.< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook: Book 13. Government Guide, Government Job Guide (Federal – State – County – Municipal - World Government Websites, Government Sales – Grants - Jobs, Canadian Government) By Tony Kelbrat
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Federal jobs are separated into two classes: 1.) Competitive service jobs, which include the majority of federal positions, are subject to civil service laws passed by Congress. Job applications... More > are rated on a numerical system in which applicants are awarded points based on education, experience and other job qualification standards. Hiring managers then fill the position from a pool of candidates with the highest point totals. . 2.) Hiring managers for excepted service agencies are not required to follow civil service hiring procedures. These agencies set their own qualifications requirements. Both competitive service and excepted service positions must give preference to veterans who were either disabled or who served in combat areas. Some agencies that are not strictly excepted service agencies can have excepted service positions available within them. If you are interested in employment with an excepted service agency, visit the recruitment section of its website for postings.< Less
Soil Mechanics Vol.1 By Pile Buck
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This excellent handbook combines four technical manuals covering Site Investigations, Laboratory Testing of Soils and basic Soils Engineering applicable to the Planning, Design and Construction of... More > Pile Foundations and other major Civil Structures. Our manual reviews the various methods of conducting site investigations and laboratory and field testing, preliminary to project design. Covering the basics of soils identification procedures and goes on to settlement behavior, seepage, slope stability and other important subjects. Detailing some more difficult technical subjects including seismic activity and vibrations to some of the modern solutions for soils stabilization such as vibro-flotation and cement or chemical grouting methods.< Less
Equipment Management Manual (Navy Medicine) By Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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SECTION 2 CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Article 2-1 General. 1. Property, Plant, and Equipment (PP&E) 2. Personal Property. Article 2-2 Categories of Personal Property . 1. Personal... More > Property. 2. Special Considerations Regarding “Systems”. 3. Leases. 4. Personal Property in the Possession of Contractors. Article 2-3 Accountability Requirements for Personal Property. 1. Establishment of Accountability. SECTION 3 ACQUISITION OF EQUIPMENT Article 3-1 Standardization Procedures . 1. General. Article 3-2 Excess Equipment .General. 2. NAVMEDLOGCOM. Article 3-3 Equipment Program Review Committee (EPRC) and Approval Process . 1. EPRC.. 2. EPRC Composition . 3. EPRC Responsibilities . 4. Approval Thresholds and Requirements . Article 3-4 Equipment Requiring Special Procedures . 1. Frequency Allocation . 2. Material Handling Equipment (MHE). 3. Leased Equipment. 4. Civil Engineering Support Equipment (CESE) . 5. Visual Information (VI) Equipment. 6. Information Systems (IS) Equipment...< Less
E-Discovery Readiness for Records Managers By Robert F. Smallwood
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This newly researched and updated 100+ page complete MANAGEMENT GUIDE includes everything records managers (and non-lawyers) need to know to be prepared for electronic discovery. Packed with crucial... More > detail on records management and legal issues, this is the most comprehensive guide available today. It contains specific steps records managers must take, and includes a review of rulings involving the new FRCP in plain language, a review of major e-Discovery software vendors, and also covers IM issues and SharePoint records archiving and more. Organizations will be well-prepared for litigation and the e-discovery process within the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Authored by Robert Smallwood, MBA, with e-Discovery expert Amy Girst, J.D. this book is a valuable resource for all managers, most especially records managers.< Less
Quasi-Judicial Proceedings By Chidambaram Ramesh
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Chidambaram Ramesh’ “Quasi-judicial Proceedings” explains the basic principles of quasi-judicial proceedings lucidly and with the aid of relevant case laws. The book discusses all... More > the essential aspects of a quasi-judicial order, such as, elements of a fair quasi-judicial hearing, nature of the proceedings, principles of natural justice, techniques on judgment writing, judicial review and the powers of the inquiry officer under the Code of Civil Procedure. It brings together important ideas and experiences about how quasi-judicial authorities are to go about their role of conducting a quasi-judicial hearing and tries to demystify the task of drafting a credible, professional and dignified quasi-judicial order. Being the first book in India exclusively on quasi-judicial matters, and illustrated richly with many judicial references, the main object of the publication is to provide an overview of what constitutes a quasi-judicial order and how to make it withstand the wider test of judicial scrutiny.< Less
E-Discovery Readiness for Records Managers By Robert F. Smallwood
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This newly researched and updated 100+ page complete MANAGEMENT GUIDE includes everything records managers (and non-lawyers) need to know to be prepared for electronic discovery. Packed with crucial... More > detail on records management and legal issues, this is the most comprehensive guide available today. It contains specific steps records managers must take, and includes a review of rulings involving the new FRCP in plain language, a review of major e-Discovery software vendors, and also covers IM issues and SharePoint records archiving and more. Organizations will be well-prepared for litigation and the e-discovery process within the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Authored by Robert Smallwood, MBA, with e-Discovery expert Amy Girst, J.D. this book is a valuable resource for all managers, most especially records managers.< Less
Let the TSA Go to the Dogs: Sniffing Out an Alternative to Intrusive Scans and Pat Downs By Joshua J. Styles
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Throughout history, individual liberties have been continually eroded under the pretext of ensuring national security. The TSA’s implementation of full-body scanners and invasive pat downs in... More > recent years is no exception. Public outcry over these “enhanced” security procedures reached a fever pitch in 2010, and while there has been significant debate concerning whether these measures go too far in infringing individual privacy in the name of national security, few viable alternatives have been proposed. This book examines the efficiency and constitutionality of these new security measures and suggests several alternatives—most notably the use of bomb-sniffing dogs—that would not only be equally (if not more) effective but would also preserve individuals’ civil liberties.< Less

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