Hello. It is my pleasure to introduce our first monthly newsletter and heartily welcome your feedback on what you would like us to include in future issues. As I have shared in various meetings and communiques, I truly believe that the strength and vibrancy of our community partners is our shared success; I truly believe that the strength and vibrancy of our community partners is directly connected to the health and wellness of the residents of Illinois. In this regard, I hope that this newsletter is one medium by which we can enhance communication and transparency so that we may strengthen our partnership.
In this issue, we introduce you to one of our new leaders, highlight a success story, share with you our plans to address the Medicaid backlog and SNAP timeliness issues, amongst other updates. I hope you find this helpful and informative.
We know that these past few years have not been easy on the system. There are many challenges we face, but we are prepared to fix them. A large Medicaid backlog and SNAP application timeliness issues stand out as major issues. We began addressing these issues immediately and plan to communicate our plans and progress with you frequently.
Under the previous administration, IDHS failed to meet certain requirements for SNAP processing set by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). The new administration is working quickly to rectify this issue.
I hope you will join the RFC in our proposed initiatives in the coming seasons. We hope to inform, entertain and enlighten you on the thrilling advances in our specialty. I look forward to reading your submissions and contributions in future issues of Physiatry in Motion.
The 3-2-1 Newsletter is one of the most popular newsletters in the world. Every Thursday, the latest issue is sent to over 2,000,000 people. Each message includes 3 short ideas from me, 2 quotes from others, and 1 question for you to ponder.
Fall has well and truly arrived in St. Louis, and as such, the first issue of the Brain Development and Disorders Lab newsletter is out! You can learn more about what is happening and what is coming up in the lab.
With respect to LNG, we look at some of the more significant issues faced generally by LNG vessel owners when constructing and financing LNGCs against long-term charters. Furthermore, we report on natural gas and where this currently fits in EU Taxonomy.
In late 2020, we saw the recovery of oil prices from the low levels experienced during the initial lockdowns of the Covid-19 pandemic and a corresponding resurgence in new M&A activity this year. What about existing projects involving mature oil fields? Although such price increases also improve the economics for mature oil fields, capital expenditure has still not returned to levels seen in the better years prior to the pandemic. Challenges will continue to arise, for example, if there are major seaworthiness/class issues affecting offshore Contractor units and/or other significant oil field production issues facing the Operator.
One issue that might arise is the role of the Good Oilfield Practice standard in Production Sharing Agreements. Does this obligation give rise to certain obligations when considering the economic life of an oil field? Or maintaining/repairing equipment? Does the standard just encompass safety and operational matters, or does it extend to closely related economic questions and what should feature in work plans and budgets for coming years?
The Supreme Court in Triple Point Technology, Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd, a case in which WFW acted for the successful appellant, concerned a failed project for the design and implementation of a new business software system that was to be used by a state-owned oil company for commodities trading, charterparty management and hedging trading risks. Given the purpose of the system, carefully drafted liquidated damages and limitation of liability provisions were vital to give the parties certainty and protect the software developer from uncapped damages at large for breaches of contract. Once the issue of breach had been established, questions as to the applicability of the liquidated damages provisions and as to the scope of the limitations of liability therefore came into central focus and were the subject of two appeals.
This issue of the newsletter is prepared in both Arabic and English languages, and covers the main highlights of the project for the period between December 2019 and February 2020, including land settlement progress, land valuation estimations, and some guidelines for the community members to support the land settlement processes in Palestine.
The first issue of the newsletter was published in December 2019, and it focused on the land settlement processes in Palestine, the main achievements of the LWSC, and the support provided by UN-Habitat to LWSC.
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