FSLA

AcronymDefinition
FSLAFair Labor Standards Act (US DOL)
FSLAFederal Savings and Loan Association
FSLAFlorida Surplus Lines Association (Atlantic Beach, FL)
FSLAFachschaft Lehramt (German: Student Teacher Council; Vienna University of Technology; Austria)
FSLAFinancial Services Lawyers Association (UK)
FSLAFamily Service of Los Angeles (California)
FSLAFirst Savings and Loan Association
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FSLA President Elect Michael Franzese of R-T Specialty in Tampa called the passage of HB301 "great news for the surplus lines insurance industry and ultimately Florida businesses of every size."
The following section discusses the key recommendations in the 2016 MBIE Review, and the response by the 2017 FSLA Bill to these recommendations.
While the Court did not reach related questions of due process and personal jurisdiction, its FSLA commercial-activity analysis nevertheless appears significant for United States defense counsel because it requires our courts to determine the "particular conduct on which the action is 'based,'" and to identify that conduct by looking to "the gravamen of the complaint." (17) That analysis has a familiar feel when compared to other tools available to defense counsel to keep foreign litigation at bay, such as motions to dismiss addressing forum non conveniens and/or an asserted lack of personal jurisdiction over a foreign defendant, which are discussed infra.
$135,000, 16 Prospect St, Milford FSLA, to Walling, Jay A, and Walling, Mary A.
Although many exclude indemnity coverage for FSLA "wage and hour" awards--reasoning these are wages owed by an employer to an employee, and thus not insurable--they will cover the cost of defending the lawsuits, which can be extremely valuable in complex and protracted litigation.
Inspired by the analysis given above, we propose an improved unit cell structure named four sides loading aperture (FSLA) element, and it is shown in Figure 4.
In that respect, the direct effect provision of FSlA's commercial activity exception stands in good stead because it is, as is FSIA itself in part, a clear exercise of Congressional power to regulate commerce with foreign nations.
According to the FSLA, the internship experience should benefit the intern, not the employer.
(71.) Under the Oklahoma Funeral Services Licensing Act (FSLA), only licensed funeral directors operating out of a funeral establishment are permitted to sell caskets, and one can only become a licensed funeral director after completing sixty credit hours of undergraduate education, participating in a one-year apprenticeship, and passing a licensing exam.
(271) and district courts elsewhere (272) have agreed that the FSLA
that the "retail commission exception" in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA) applies to the company's pay system and, therefore, the sales workers are not entitled to overtime pay.
The Florida Surplus lines Association (FSLA) celebrated its 50th anniversary during its annual convention at Amelia Island Plantation July 22-24.