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    securities
  • The safety of a state or organization against criminal activity such as terrorism, theft, or espionage
  • Assets such as shares of stock, bonds, or any kind of financial asset that can be traded.
  • The state of being free from danger or threat
  • Procedures followed or measures taken to ensure such safety
  • A security is a fungible, negotiable instrument representing financial value. Securities are broadly categorized into debt securities (such as banknotes, bonds and debentures) and equity securities, e.g., common stocks; and derivative contracts, such as forwards, futures, options and swaps.
  • Stocks and bonds are traditionally referred to as securities. More specifically, stocks are often referred to as "equities" and bonds as "debt instruments."
    attorney
  • A person appointed to act for another in business or legal matters
  • A lawyer
  • lawyer: a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice
  • In the United States, a lawyer; one who advises or represents others in legal matters as a profession; An agent or representative authorized to act on someone else's behalf
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Premises Security: A Guide for Security Professionals and Attorneys
Premises Security: A Guide for Security Professionals and Attorneys
Premises Security: A Guide for Attorneys and Security Professionals guides the security professional through the ins and outs of premises security liability. Premises security litigation claims represent a serious financial threat to owners and occupiers of property. This book provides an overview of risk assessment techniques, identification of reasonable security measures, legal issues and litigation strategies.
Premises security litigation is increasing at a dramatic rate and has a significant negative impact on corporate profits. Realizing the increasing costs of litigation, business owners and other interested parties are initiating proactive measures to provide adequate security. Attorneys can use this book as a security resource for providing legal advice to their clients and during the litigation process. Security professionals will be better able to propose and implement reasonable and appropriate security measures. The format of providing information in response to specific questions carries the reader through a logical and sequential method for understanding the legal concepts of premises liability, the identification of reasonable and appropriate protection measures, and how to acquire premises security information.

This is a practical, concise and informative guide. This book can be used in a proactive prevention mode as well as a reactive response to litigation claims. It explains what security professionals should be thinking about and planning for when it comes to protecting people on their premises. It also provides a common base of knowledge for attorneys and security professionals that does not exist in any other publication.


Designed to meet the needs of both attorneys and security professionals
Covers both liability and security issues
Appendices provide detailed premises security information to facilitate a proactive approach to providing reasonable and appropriate security measures and reacting to litigation

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Rhode Island Mayors and Town Managers Urge Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano to Act Quickly (April 2, 2010)
Rhode Island Mayors and Town Managers Urge Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano to Act Quickly (April 2, 2010)
Mayor David N. Cicilline, Mayor Alan Fung of Cranston, Mayor Scott Avedesian of Warwick, Mayor Daniel McKee of Cumberland, Town Manager Thomas Hoover of Coventry, and Town Manager James Thomas of West Warwick met with Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano to request urgent and specific attention to Rhode Island in the wake of the unprecedented flood emergency this week. They were joined by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Congressmen Patrick Kennedy and James Langevin, Governor Donald Carcieri, Lt. Governor Elizabeth Roberts, Attorney General Patrick Lynch, SBA RI District Director Mark Hayward, and reps of local and federal EMA teams. (Photo credit: Eliza Domingo, Office of Mayor David N. Cicilline)
U.S.-Government Recommends Child Abduction Prevention No-Fly List: Advocates Peter Senese, Carolyn Vlk, Joel Walter, Patricia Lee, Eric Kalmus Create White House Petition
U.S.-Government Recommends Child Abduction Prevention No-Fly List: Advocates Peter Senese, Carolyn Vlk, Joel Walter, Patricia Lee, Eric Kalmus Create White House Petition
(1888PressRelease) Advocates Peter Thomas Senese, Patricia Lee, Joel Walter, Carolyn Vlk, Jill Jones-Soderman, Eric Kalmus, David Bokel are urging the Department of Homeland Security To Implement a Government Accountability Office Recommendation To Create A Security Screening Process For Individuals Considered High-Risk Child Abductors. The Advocates Urge Others To Sign The Newly Created White House Petition Site.

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Securities and Derivatives Reform in 2010: A Guide to the Legislation
Securities and Derivatives Reform in 2010: A Guide to the Legislation will provide comprehensive analysis of the upcoming securities, derivatives and corporate governance provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. These historic reforms have transformed the way hedge funds, credit rating agencies, broker-dealers, investment advisers, futures commission merchants, clearing organizations, auditors and public companies—and the attorneys who advise these entities—must operate. A complement to the initial Law, Explanation and Analysis book that published immediately after the bill became law, this follow-up book will delve deeper into the SEC and CFTC aspects.
Written by the CCH Editorial Staff of Securities Attorneys, the 1,300-plus page book will explain every provision of this complex legislation affecting the areas of securities, derivatives and corporate governance. Commentary from leading practitioners in the industry will offer practical guidance and insights on the law’s impact. In addition, the book will display the Act provisions in two ways: (1) as passed; and (2) as codified into existing laws (e.g., the relevant Exchange Act provisions, as amended). Further, the book will include other source materials that may become available after the legislation’s passage: (e.g., guidance, testimony, reports and early rulemaking. Another component will be analysis of industry reactions to specific aspects of the legislation.
Explanation of the legislation will include analysis of the relevant legislative history, detailed citations to new and amended law sections, editorial comments and caution notes. Other features will include: the full text of the committee reports, tables of effective dates and statutes amended, and a topical index.

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