SLRAScreening-Level Risk Assessment (environmental safety)
SLRASuccession Law Reform Act (Ontario, Canada)
SLRASouth London Refugee Association
SLRASugar Land Regional Airport (Sugar Land, TX)
SLRAStudent Loan Reform Act of 1993
SLRAStepwise Logistic Regression Analysis
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SLRA would also provide training to butchers whereas it would be mandatory to inform SRLA's officials while brining animals to slaughterhouses.
According to the SEC's order, Landress directed SLRA to withdraw 16.25 million pounds from the funds in early 2014, purportedly as payment for several years of services provided by an affiliate.
According to the SEC's order, Landress and SLRA returned the withdrawn service fees to the funds after the SEC began its investigation.
"Private equity fund advisors have a duty to act in the best interest of their clients, but Landress and SLRA helped themselves to millions of dollars' worth of fees to which they had no legitimate claim," Scott W.
the SLRA and was later grafted onto New York public sector law where it
employees under the NLRA and the SLRA. (40) When collective bargaining
check certification under the original NLRA and the SLRA.
The New York State Labor Relations Act ("SLRA") was found by the Second Circuit not to violate the Free Exercise Clause even under this "traditional" test.
(73) In 1968, section 715 of the SLRA was amended to remove employees of charitable, educational, and religious institutions from the list of workers excluded from coverage.
With respect to the first two prongs, the parties did not dispute that the SLRA "has a secular purpose and that its primary effect is not to advance or inhibit religion." Catholic High Sch., 753 F.2d at 1166.