Source: AdobeStock. Despite continued uncertainty about the future of COVID-19 pandemic, credit union groups are forging ahead with plans for numerous in-person conferences in 2022. Here’s a rundown of what’s been planned so far for the year, in alphabetical order by group name, along with links to conference registration pages […]

A family member recently bought a house. His realtor was connected to an agency of which I am familiar. In my opinion, the agency should not possess an insurance license. Incompetent would be the nicest description I would offer. Uncaring about the applicability of what was being sold would be […]

Approximately five million people in the U.S. are unemployed or have left the workforce since the pandemic began, and it is difficult to predict whether their decision was short term or permanent. According to S&P Global, even as extended unemployment benefits expired nationwide, and children returned to classrooms, job gains […]

Uzbekistan adopted its first Law “On Cybersecurity” (No. ORQ-764 dated 15 April 2022) (the Law), which comes into force on July 17, 2022. We previously informed you that the draft law was under discussion in Uzbekistan’s parliament, the Oliy Majlis. The full text of the Law is available here (in Uzbek […]

The city of Polson took a step Monday night toward reinstating a curfew ordinance for juveniles that was erroneously removed from the books five years ago. At the Polson City Commission’s regular meeting, commissioners approved a first reading of an ordinance that amends the city’s municipal code to implement curfew […]