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Sequoia Energy Environment, Used Oil Recycling Processing Filtration Regeneration

Working with passion and precision Sequoia delivers liquid recycling solutions that provide superior returns on investment. Sequoia delivers value from project conception to its start-up. State of the art proprietary process technologies are at the core of Sequoia's business philosophy.

(Microsoft PowerPoint - MARTE \226 AADL tutorial.ppt [Compatibility ...

Research & Technology. Tutorial: MARTE: Also a UML profile for AAModeling and analysis of real-time and embedded systems, including their software and hardware aspects MARTE: Provides support for non-functional property modeling Adds rich time and resource models to UML Defines concepts for software and hardware platform modeling Defines concepts for allocation of applications on platforms Provides support for quantitative analysis (e.g. scheduling, performance) Annexes: ARINC 653 API , OSEK APIs, AADL guidelines,… AADL: a core language providing full support for modeling the application tasks and communication architecture, the hardware platform and the physical environment of embedded softwareintensive systems, predeclared properties to characterize task execution and communication timing, as well as deployment of the application on the hardware platform. Annexes: a collection of standardized property to meet specific embedded system analysis needs such as security analysis, dependability analysis, behavioral analysis, ARINC 653, support for automated generation and integration of systems. DL. SAE AADL meeting Seattle 2009. Madeleine FAUGERE ...

Payday Lending in Ohio - Legislative Service Commission

The term “payday loan” describes a small, unsecured short-term loan the repayment of which is to occur on the borrower’s next payday. A borrower typically writes a post-dated personal check to the lender in the full amount of the loan plus fees. On the maturity date, if the borrower does not return to repay the loan, the lender cashes the check. Alternatively, the borrower may authorize the lender to electronically withdraw the loan amount plus fees from the borrower’s checking account on the borrower’s next payday. This is often the case when a borrower applies for the loan via the Internet. Payday lending has generated a great deal of controversy over the years, the core issues being the high cost of these loans (in terms of interest rate and fees) and the tendency of borrowers to repeatedly renew the loans. But the payday lending industry has countered that making these loans available provides a valuable service for a number of consumers. Payday lending expanded in Ohio following 1996 legislation authorizing check-cashing businesses to make small loans. In 2008, the General Assembly enacted, and the state’s voters approved, legislation repealing this authority and establishing the Short-Term Loan Law. But no businesses are currently licensed under the new law, as lenders have opted to make payday-type loans under Ohio’s Mortgage Loan Law or Small Loan Law. However, a late 2012 decision of an Ohio Court of Appeals, affirming the Elyria Municipal Court, has challenged lenders’ authority to make payday-type loans under the Mortgage Loan Law.

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Case Study Grupo BTM: Highly Specialized Project Manufacturing & Product Assembly

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Resource Based View, Core Competence and Innovation A Research on Turkish Manufacturing Industry

The importance of organizational resources and capabilities are realized by business practitioners and researchers as they support organizational performance and competitive advantage. However, what exactly core competence is not clearly understood since terms such as resource, capability and competence are used interchangeably by researchers. From this point forth, this article provides a framework for seperating organization's core competencies from resource and capability. According to the research and analysis framework, the first step is to explain the relations and interactions among resource, capability and competence. Second we propose three emprical determiners such as uniqueness, inimitability and extendibility to the research model which Hamel and Prahalad’s suggest to evaluate a capability as core. Third, the proposed core competence framework serves as a tool for assesing the relationship between core competencies and innovation.

PARALEGAL CERTIFICATE - University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

a candidate for degree to earn the Paralegal Certificate. 2. If you are a candidate for degree and choose a Legal Studies Minor, the Paralegal Certifi- cate is granted to you For More Information Contact: automatically. Dr. Susan Johnson johnsons@uww.edu UW-Whitewater Political Science Department 307 White Hall UW-Whitewater Whitewater, WI 53190 Political Science Office 262-472-1120 Updated 9-28-09 Phone: 262-472-1120 E-mail: johnsons@uww.edu Paralegal Certificate List of Courses Business Law Courses (any two of the following): __FNBSLW 341, 3 units—Business and Commercial Law __POLISCI 493, 3 units—Internship The certificate program meets the Required Core __FNBSLW 342, 3 units—Advanced Business and Commercial Law __POLISCI 418, 3 units—Legal Research and Writing University of Wisconsin-Whitewater’s __FNBSLW 442, 3 units—Estates and Trusts mission by establishing an option that __FNBSLW 443, 3 units—Labor Law meets the career needs of a substantial number of students. This includes our existing pre-law students by providing a certificate option to identify a Public Law Courses (any two of the following): __FNBSLW 455, 3 units—Administrative Law and Government significant law emphasis for them. Previously many pre-law students __POLISCI 413, 3 units—Constitutional Law would take this same configuration of courses but would have to do so by devoting a substantial number of electives.

MAJOR REQ UIREMENT S “P” Majors - West Los Angeles College

The following section details the required curriculum for every degree and certificate program offered at the college. Students must complete all course requirements to petition for a skill certificate or state-approved Certificate of Achievement. In order pharmacy technician to be eligible for an Associate philosophy courses, all West general education physical education physics degree, students must fulfill all major requirements (Plan A or Plan B), and all other graduation requirements for a total of at least 60 units. Students should refer to “Graduation political science Requirements” (in the “Academics” psychology information. Students are also section of this catalog) for additional encouraged to seek assistance from counselors and faculty. Transfer students should consult the Office for major preparation and general education requirements for the particular transfer institution of their choice. Transfer students who want to obtain an Associate degree may select one of the Liberal Arts and Science degrees which require completion of the West, CSU, or IGETC general education core and at least 18 units of coursework in an approved area of emphasis (see Liberal Arts & Science Section for details).

Practicing With Paralegals - the Missouri Bar

A paralegal, qualified through education, training or work experience, is employed or retained by an attorney, law firm, government agency, corporation, or other entity to perform substantive and procedural legal work under the ultimate direction and supervision of an attorney or as authorized by administrative, statutory, or court authority. Paralegal Experience   Paralegal experience shall mean the performance of substantive legal work, non-clerical or non-adminstative in nature, that absent a paralegal, an attorney would perform. (Adopted by the Committee on Paralegals of The Missouri Bar, November 9, 2001). What education should a paralegal have?   1. Formal legal education - The American Association for Paralegal Education (AAfPE) and the American Bar Association (ABA) have endorsed minimum standards for paralegal education. An educational program approved by the ABA must require no less than 60 hours of classroom study. AAfPE has endorsed the ABA’s minimum standard and has developed a model set of core competencies for paralegal education.   2. Content   The formal education of a paralegal should include:    (a) instruction in professional ethics;    (b) legal research;    (c) analysis of legal materials;    (d) knowledge in drafting legal documents;    (e) knowledge of judicial and administrative procedures;    (f) knowledge of substantive areas of law;    (g) knowledge of law office systems and technology;    (h) oral and written communication skills.   3. Degree Levels   Formal education for paralegals is available in a wide variety of formats. Colleges, universities, community colleges and proprietary institutions provide the following types of educational credentials:    (a) post graduate (both master’s in legal studies and post-graduate certificates);    (b) baccalaureate degrees     (i) specific bachelor’s degree in legal studies;

Comparison of National Level Paralegal Certification Exams

Comparison of National Level Paralegal Certification Exams© PLEASE NOTE: The content of the chart below is verified only as to the information about the NFPA® Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam (PACE®) exam and NFPA’s new Paralegal CORE Competency Exam (PCCE™). The information regarding the NALA and NALS exams is unverified, and provided for informational and comparison purposes only. The NALS and NALA information below was obtained from publically available sources about those exams. Please contact NALA and NALS for exact details regarding the CLA/CP or PP exams. Association NFPA® Paralegal CORE Competency Exam (PCCE™) Credential CORE Registered Paralegal (CRP™) Established Exam Eligibility (Education and/or Experience) 2011 A bachelor’s degree in any subject, a paralegal certificate, no experience or continuing legal education (CLE); OR A bachelor’s degree in paralegal studies, no experience or CLE; OR A bachelor’s degree in any subject, no paralegal certificate, 6 months of experience and 1 hour of ethics taken in the year preceding the exam application date; OR An associate’s degree in paralegal studies, no experience or CLE; OR An associate’s degree in any subject, a Copyright 2014; All Rights Reserved by NFPA 04/14 NFPA® Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam (PACE®) PACE Registered Paralegal® (RP®) 1996 Associate’s degree in paralegal studies obtained from an institutionally accredited and/or ABA approved paralegal program and six (6) years of substantive paralegal experience; OR Bachelor’s degree in any course of study obtained from an institutionally accredited school and three (3) years of substantive paralegal experience; OR Bachelor’s degree and completion of a paralegal program within an NALA Certified Paralegal/Certified Legal Assistant Exam (CP/CLA) Certified Paralegal (CP); Certified Legal Assistant (CLA) 1976 Graduation from paralegal program approved by ABA or associate degree program or post-baccalaureate certificate program in paralegal studies; or bachelor’s degree program in paralegal studies, or paralegal program of 60+ hours, with at least 15 semester hours in substantive legal courses; OR...

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