Compensation, Profiles

Teacher paid £17,000 compensation after slipping on a piece of HAM

A teacher who slipped while avoiding a slice of HAM and another who tumbled on a pen lid are among dozens of bizarre compensation payouts made by schools, it emerged yesterday (Weds). The teacher scooped £17,000 after side-stepping the meat slice on the dinner hall floor and slipping on “something gooey”. One council had to shell out £83,000 after an eight-year legal battle over a teacher who tripped on a football net. Th
Career News

Read the State Attorney's Full Report on Sandy Hook Shooting with …

All day Monday, news organizations have anticipated the Connecticut State’s Attorney’s release of its full report on the Dec. 14, 2012 mass shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, which left 20 children and six adults slain at the school, and caused a seismic change in the nation’s gun control debate. That 44-page report has been released, and while it contains excruciating detail on the even
Skills & Training

Six attorneys receive AG Ferguson's William V. Tanner Award

Award recognizes attorneys with exceptional achievements early in their careers OLYMPIA - Attorney General Bob Ferguson has selected six assistant attorneys general to receive the 2013 William V. Tanner Award for outstanding achievements early in their careers.  Ferguson established the new award this year in honor of the youngest Attorney General in state history. In 1911, William V. Tanner became Washington’s sixth Atto