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Diane's new work as a partner at a predominantly black firm provides a bounty of topical casework in an era rife with outrage and high-tech lawlessness.
Mahogany casework and cork floors enhance the main floor, which holds a step-down living room, dining area and kitchen.
The traditional methods used in routine casework simply will not work on these extreme case scenarios . .
Female members of Congress are more likely to emphasize constituent services — communicating with voters and placing more staffers in district offices (which allows them to perform more casework).
But their counterparts in Virginia and the F.B.I.’s Washington Field Office have already been handling most of the casework related to the killings of American hostages in Syria, according to an official familiar with the deliberations.
Contents that had to be removed from Lemm Elementary included casework, drywall and flooring material, furniture, damaged equipment, books and paper goods.
Lori Gladson, a casework manager in the Peoria area, said the problems with the new system extend well beyond applicants simply missing deadlines.
Officials determined that case mangers from Northeast Treatment Center (NET) had severely botched the family’s care, citing a slew of shoddy casework.
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: the work done by a social worker to help fix the problems of a person or family
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