BLS

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AcronymDefinition
BLSBureau of Labor Statistics
BLSBasic Life Support
BLSBlack Label Society (band)
BLSBarrels
BLSBelow Land Surface
BLSBusiness Law Section (various organizations)
BLSBritish Lymphology Society
BLSBellsouth Corp. (stock symbol)
BLSBoston Latin School
BLSBrooklyn Law School
BLSBit Line Selector
BLSBasic Linked System
BLSBranch if Lower or Same
BLSB-Segment Luxury Sedan
BLSBern-Lötschberg-Simplon (Swiss Railway)
BLSBroadband Light Source
BLSBoard of Legal Specialization (various locations)
BLSBusiness Legal Studies (various schools)
BLSBayview Loan Servicing (various loctions)
BLSBachelor of Liberal Studies
BLSBlackboard Learning System (various schools)
BLSBirmingham Law Society (UK)
BLSBase Line Survey (UNDP)
BLSBare Lymphocyte Syndrome
BLSBusiness Logistics Services
BLSBusiness Level Strategy
BLSBeach Landing Site (US DoD)
BLSBusiness Logic Server (software)
BLSBritish Lichen Society
BLSBethel Lutheran School (Cupertino, CA)
BLSBuilt of Living Stones (US Conference of Catholic Bishops)
BLSBozzio Levin Stevens (band)
BLSByte Lane Select
BLSBioniche Life Sciences (various locations)
BLSBachelor of Library Science
BLSBlack Luster Soldier (Yu-Gi-Oh! Card)
BLSBloom Syndrome
BLSBacterial Leaf Streak
BLSBusiness Listing Service
BLSBilateral Stimulation (psychologically therapeutic eye movement)
BLSBusiness Livery Services
BLSBirmingham Library Services (UK)
BLSBotswana Lesotho & Swaziland
BLSBeef Labelling Scheme (UK)
BLSBachelor of Legal Studies
BLSBluegrass Laminitis Symposium (Louisville, KY)
BLSBroadband Licensing System (FCC)
BLSBottom Left Side
BLSBasic Living Stipend (Honor Harrington science fiction novels)
BLSBritish Longevity Society
BLSBasic Limousine Service (EMS slang)
BLSBand-Limited Signal
BLSBanner Linen Service (Bay City, Michigan)
BLSBank of Lee's Summit
BLSBornes Libres Service (French: Self Service Kiosks)
BLSBlaine Station (Blaine, Washington, border patrol station)
BLSBlock Line Set
BLSBachelor of Leisure Studies
BLSBiggins Lacey Sahiro & Company
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Snyder serves on the Mississippi Public Employees' Retirement System Board of Trustees and chairs the Business Law Section of the Mississippi Bar.
Johnson is a Fellow of the American College of Governance Counsel and a member of the Lead Director Network, and has held high-level leadership positions with the American Bar Association, including chair of the Business Law section.
The Business Law Section has implemented a Fellowship Program to provide a two-year subsidy to six qualified applicants who express an interest in becoming active in the substantive work and leadership of the section.
She was appointed to the Professional Ethics Committee of The Florida Bar in 2016, and is a contributing member to several committees with the Business Law Section of The Florida Bar.
He also served as the Judicial Advisor to the ABA's Business Law Section and as a Member of the American Inns of Court Leadership Council.
New York--The Empire State's General Business Law Section 518 stipulates that "no seller in any sales transaction may impose a surcharge on a holder who elects to use a credit card in lieu of payment by cash, check or similar means.
The Nonprofit Organizations Committee of the American Bar Association, Business Law Section, announces five accomplished and civic-minded attorneys as recipients of the annual Outstanding Nonprofit Lawyer Awards for 2012.
They pointed out that it was not a product of the whole ABA; that it had come out of only the ABA's Business Law Section, and then from just its Committee on Non-Profit Corporations; and even then that it was drafted by just a task force of the committee with the barest of public comment.
a partner at the law firm of Bowditch & Dewey in Worcester and a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association's business law section.
The award is presented annually by the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan.
The book, published by the American Bar Association Business Law Section, provides an overview that includes: the history of the cooperative form of business; a comparison of the cooperative entity with other business entities; guidelines about when to use this form of business; discussion of types of cooperatives and cooperative structures; an outline of the operation and governance of cooperatives and tax implications of a cooperative.
Nationally, Dot was quite active with the American Bar Association's (ABA's) Business Law Section and its UCC Committee.
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