Manna said he repeatedly pleaded with management in the Leominster office to address unmanageable case loads
Several recent studies of the national case load
have attempted to escape these problems through pooled analyses where all states were studied over time (Blank 1997; Council of Economic Advisors 1997; Ziliak et al.
"We fully understand how important it is to have a manageable case load
AS WE enter the year of the Legal Services Act, rules governing law firms' ability to acquire the case loads
of failing firms should be relaxed for the benefit of the industry and clients.
When there is pressure at work due to lack of staff or a busy case load
They mentioned that even with ideal counselor case loads
"fulfilling all of these expectations would be incredibly difficult" (p.
A significant proportion of the RSA case load
(one out of five) consists of minorities (DOE, 1986).
The proposed cases will have students taking the role of crime scene investigator, where they interactively study crime scenes, conduct crime-lab tests on evidence, analyze the results and work to solve their case load
She works closely with Peter Savage, partner and head of the personal injury team and Lucy Small, solicitor, assisting them with their cases, as well as running her own case load
The evidence for this comes from the number of lettings agents who have joined up and the case load
for the scheme's adjudicators.
The entire case load
is accumulated before packing through the guides into the case, eliminating the product damage that can occur when a hand packer attempts to fit the last remaining packages into the case.