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Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission | November 29, 2016
Patrick K. Nakamura was confirmed as a member of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission (FMSHRC) in 2010. Prior to his service on the FMSHRC, Mr. Nakamura was a Partner at the law firm formerly known as Nakamura, Quinn & Walls, LLP from 1989 to 2010. He also served as a Partner at the law firm Stropp & Nakamura from 1984 to 1989 and was an Associate at the law firm Cooper, Mitch & Crawford from 1983 to 1984. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Naka...
Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission | December 09, 2016
Agency Operations in the Absence of Appropriations The Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission has reviewed the guidance provided in OMB Circular No. A-11, Section 124 (2015). The Commission provides the following specific information as required: Brief summary of significant agency activities that will continue and those that will cease during an appropriations hiatus: During an appropriations hiatus, the Commission will continue to adjudicate only those Federal Mine Safety...
Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission | October 07, 2016
Warrior Met Coal Mining LLC had challenged the commission’s decision to affirm an administrative law judge’s decision that a U.S. Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration inspector was within his discretion to issue an “imminent danger withdraw order” to mine operator Jim Walter Resources, which had its assets bought by Warrior Met after filing for bankruptcy. The inspector issued the order after detecting a potentially explosive concentration of methane ...
Amazon | January 14, 2020
Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) will ask a judge to temporarily block Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) from working on a $10 billion cloud contract from the Pentagon, a court filing showed on Monday. Amazon, which was seen as a favorite for the contract, plans to file a motion for a temporary restraining order on Jan. 24 and a federal court will issue its decision on Feb. 11, according to the filing. The e-commerce giant has blamed U.S. President Donald Trump of exerting “improper pressure” and bias ...
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