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Simulations Plus' (SLP) CEO Walter Woltosz on Q3 2014 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Simulations Plus, Inc. (SLP) Q3 2014 Earnings Conference Call July 08, 2014 04:15 pm ET Executives Renee Bouche - Investor Relations Walt Woltosz - Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer John Kneisel - Chief Financial Officer John DiBella - Vice President - Sales & Marketing Analysts Presentation Renee Bouche Good afternoon. Show More Summary

Mouse Guard Creators Launch Kickstarter for Board Game - Related Story: Everyone at The Mary Sue wants Mouse Guard Board Game

yesterdayOdd : Geekosystem

David Peterson and Luke Crane have turned to crowdfunding platform Kickstarter today to bring a Mouse Guard game into reality. Their goal is $18,000, and they're nearly halfway there already. It's safe to say they'll hit the goal, but you have until August 7th to back it and claim your rewards.

Key Social-Media Policy Legal Developments That You Should Know

The National Labor Relations Board [note: use "NLRB" if too long] and other institutions quietly made several rulings defining how employers may discipline employees for social-media activity.

US Supreme Court Case Impacts Social Media and Employment Law

Back in February 2013, I wrote about an appellate court that ruled that President Obama’s appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) were unconstitutional.  That case was appealed to the United States Supreme Court, and on June 26, 2014, the Supreme Court issued its decision in the case of National Labor Relations Board v. Show More Summary

Amicus Brief to NLRB regarding Unionization of Collegiate Athletes

For the National Labor Relations Board’s full consideration of unionizing student athletes, I submitted an amicus brief opposing the regional director’s decision and direction of election.

Congressional Republicans File Brief Opposing Union Rights For College Athletes

Six Congressional Republicans and the NCAA filed briefs with the National Labor Relations Board, which will decide whether Northwestern University athletes can have the right to unionize. The post Congressional Republicans File Brief Opposing Union Rights For College Athletes appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Big Labor’s unruly overreach

By Hector Barreto, The Washington Times For Big Labor bosses, the hits from the U.S. Supreme Court just keep coming. The court ruled last week that President Obama’s shameless attempt to stack the National Labor Relations Board with his hand-picked union sympathizers was, in fact, unconstitutional.

College presidents oppose unions for student athletes

Photo by Flickr user EyeTunes WASHINGTON — Northwestern University on Thursday urged the National Labor Relations Board to overturn a regional ruling that would allow its scholarship football players to unionize, holding up the football...Show More Summary

TV Ratings: 'Gang Related' inches up, 'Big Brother' leads 18-49

Fast National ratings for Thursday, July 3, 2014It was a down night practically across the board the day before the long Fourth of July weekend, but it wasn't all bad news. FOX's "Gang Related" managed a small bump, while "Rookie Blue"was...Show More Summary

Sports Briefing | College Sports: Lawyers for N.C.A.A. Show Support for Northwestern

Lawyers for the N.C.A.A. filed a brief with the National Labor Relations Board on Thursday supporting Northwestern University, which has been trying to fend off a movement by members of its football program to form a union.

Fed Should Beef Up Policies on Holding Conferences, Inspector Says

The Federal Reserve's Washington-based Board of Governors should clarify and tighten its procedures for reporting and keeping records of conferences and related activities to ensure that it complies with basic government requirements, the Office of the Inspector General said in a report.

5 Upcoming Events to Help Move Your Career Forward

Mashable Events Board is a great place to find leading conferences in your industry, whether it's advertising, technology, media or public relations. This week, we're highlighting five events that we think can help move your career forward. Show More Summary

Deporting Al-Arian May Be Easier Said Than Done

In dropping their criminal contempt case last week against Sami Al-Arian, a member of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad's board of directors during the 1990s, prosecutors said they will seek to deport him under terms of a related 2006 plea agreement. Show More Summary

Prepare for NLRB’s new joint employer standard — They may be your employees after all!

By Marilyn A. Pearson, Inside Counsel The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is poised to make several decisions that could significantly affect your workplace.

Supreme Court Sides With Hobby Lobby, Gives Obama Another Loss

It’s been an inauspicious Supreme Court term for the Obama administration. First SCOTUS overturned Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board, pointing out that Congress and not the President decides when Congress is in recess. Now today the Supreme Court has ruled that Hobby Lobby can’t be forced to provide contraception coverage in...

How Mitch McConnell Crushed Barack Obama At The Supreme Court

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell began plotting his counter just a few days after President Barack Obama made an end-run around Senate Republicans and unilaterally moved to fill slots on the National Labor Relations Board in January 2012. Show More Summary

Obama’s Got Even Less Maneuvering Room After Getting Dissed on Recess Appointments

On the political Richter scale, the Supreme Court’s decision in National Labor Relations Board v. Noel Canning—ruling President Barack Obama’s recess appointments unconstitutional—is a disaster for his administration. As he muddles through...Show More Summary

Supreme Court decision sends hundreds of labor disputes back to NLRB

By Tom Steward | Watchdog Minnesota Bureau A unanimous Supreme Court decision Thursday invalidating President Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board may send more than 1,000 decisions back to go, including several Minnesota cases. The high court’s ruling in NLRB v. Canning means the NLRB did not have a legal quorum, effectively...

Mark Levin: SCOTUS NLRB Ruling Opens Recess Appointment Process to Abuse

Although the 9-0 Supreme Court ruling against President Barack Obama’s use of recess appointments to fill vacancies on the National Labor Relations Board was hailed as a victory by conservatives that argue the executive branch’s expansion of power should be restrain, conservative talker Mark Levin offered a different take on the ruling. Show More Summary

Recess Over

Yesterday, in National Labor Relations Board v. Noel Canning, SCOTUS nullified three temporary appointments Obama made to the board last year while the Senate was out of town but holding pro forma sessions to prevent the president from making recess appointments – a tactic devised by Democrats during the Bush administration. The ruling may also nullify the […]

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