This book incorporates the "functional guidance" demanded by the real world legal practice without being "over technical." This book bridges the gap between lawyers and technologists using a threefold approach combining technology, law and business practices. The author intends on first laying the overall legal and technical foundation, then discussing the processes through which data are collected, stored and used. Each chapter begins with an explanation of the operation being addressed (i.e. e-mail, social networking etc.) and how personal information is obtained and used, followed by key statutes, regulations and cases with links to full text. Each chapter will conclude with discussion of best practices, policies and methods that are used to comply with the law. This eBook features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
Mining Laws of 1872 and 1989
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Mineral Resources Development and Production
This comprehensive volume is the definitive compilation of annotated statutes of interest to social service professionals in North Carolina. No other publication brings together such a broad range of relevant law in this convenient, easy-to-use format.
Developed in conjunction between LexisNexis and The Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Virginia Criminal Laws Annotated is a convenient desktop statutory reference offering comprehensive coverage of Virginia criminal laws and procedures, featuring case and statutory annotations and a comprehensive index, all in a single volume, to help meet the daily needs of criminal law practitioners and law enforcement officials. Coverage includes the entirety of Titles 18.2 (Crimes and Offenses Generally) and 19.2 (Criminal Procedure), as well a selection of related laws including, but not limited to, portions of the Titles: Commonwealth Public Safety, Alcoholic Beverage Control Act, Courts of Record, Courts Not of Record, Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Police (State), Prisons and Other Methods of Correction, Trade and Commerce, and Welfare (Social Services). Selected portions of the Rules of Supreme Court of Virginia are also included.
Economic models are used to show the extent of the difficulties involved in monitoring and enforcing pollution control laws on a continual basis. The authors make several recommendations for policy change. They also show that high rates of compliance can be achieved within tight budget constraints. Originally published in 1986
Quick answers to questions about 20 Key Employment Laws With the The Essential Guide to Federal Employment Laws, you’ll learn the ins and outs of the most important national employment laws, including: which businesses must comply with each law what each law allows and prohibits which federal agency enforces each law and practical tips to avoid violations of the law Each chapter is dedicated to explaining and demystifying one federal employment law, including the: Americans with Disabilities Act Family and Medical Leave Act Fair Labor Standards Act Immigration Reform and Control Act National Labor Relations Act Pregnancy Discrimination Act Equal Pay Act and much more. Stay ahead of the game and protect your company and yourself -- get The Essential Guide to Federal Employment Laws.
Bhutan Ecology Nature Protection Laws and Regulation Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Basic Laws
When the going gets rough, the rough . . . start raising their own food. In the first full-color guide of its kind, author and small farm owner Laura Childs reveals exactly what it takes to start raising your own animals, including chickens, geese, goats, sheep, pigs, and cows. Childs discusses what you can expect to harvest from your animals—from eggs to milk to meat to wool—based on her own real-life experiences. Whether you want to raise a few chickens for eggs alone, try your hand at a few goats with the aim to make your own cheese, or are looking to sustain your family and make some extra money from raising and selling beef, this is the book for you. Childs offers general information for each breed and animal, from how to get started to what to feed and where to house the animals. This invaluable guide is the perfect first book for anyone interested in starting a backyard barnyard or a small farm—or simply dreaming about the idea.
Reform of the Federal Criminal Laws
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures