LIRC


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LIRCLinux Infrared Remote Control
LIRCLabor and Industry Review Commission (Wisconsin)
LIRCLocale Internet Relay Chat
LIRCLouisville Indoor Racquet Club (Louisville, KY)
LIRCLittle Italy Redevelopment Corporation (Cleveland, OH)
LIRCLouisiana Insurance Rating Commission
LIRCLighting Industry Resource Council (Association of Lighting Designers)
LIRCLouisville and Indiana Railroad Co.
LIRCLogistics Information Requirements Council
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The challenged finding was not material because LIRC's decision centered on its credibility determinations.
Hart co-founded UCL's LIRC, which collects explanted devices to study reasons for failure.
(1997) and LIRC (2003) argue that focusing purely on sports clubs and National Governing Bodies, volunteer hours increased by approximately 40% (from 170m to 237m) and volunteers by 33% (from 1.19m to 1.6m) (LIRC, 2003, p22).
For example, volunteer motivation has been found to involve factors such as a desire to contribute to the sport and its community, particularly in connection with the family; to develop friendship; to experience new things; and to develop new skills, enhance personal development, and employment prospects (LIRC, 2003).
Harley-Davidson Motor Company Group, LLC and Transportation Insurance Company (collectively, Harley-Davidson) appeal an order of the circuit court affirming a decision of the Labor and Industry Review Commission (LIRC) that found Robert Schulfer incurred an 84.67% hearing loss as a result of his employment at Harley-Davidson.
Using the "inference method" of finding discriminatory intent, LIRC agreed and concluded that Wisconsin Bell violated the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act ("WFEA").