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Thursday, September 17, 2009

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Stephen Barth on Hospitalitylawyer.com has a law conference coming up. From alcohol and food liability to labor and employment, the latest trends and issues in hospitality law are up for exploration at the 2010 Hospitality Law Conference, February 3-5, 2010. Attendees get current on pressing concerns in the hospitality industry including franchising, legislation, premises liability, and changes in employment and management contracts. The Pre-Conference Workshop will discusses subjects pertinent to hospitality real estate and to hotel and restaurant in-house counsel. Presentations will range from hotel development to PCI compliance. This year’s conference provides break-out sessions in five different topic areas including Food & Beverage, Fundamentals of Hospitality Law, Human Resources & Labor Relations, Lodging, and Loss Prevention and Risk Management.

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Does the health care reform bill allow federal funding for abortion?
Or any other type of funding for abortion?

Dammit, I have been looking all over the internet for solid information about this bill and all I encounter are a million contradictions!

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