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8220;There is a solution to almost any workforce challenge or opportunity a company can face within the CAI membership of more than 1,100 organizations,” said Blizzard.
CAI has been cooperating fully with investigators since the incident occurred and remains committed to assisting their efforts.
The R-I-A-S-E-C profile scores for firefighters are reported in the CAI manual as follows: R = 58, I = 57, A = 47, S = 45, E = 46, and C = 48 (M = 50, SD = 10).
Maureen O'Toole, Managing Director and Head of Sales and Client Service, will continue to manage the high net worth sales team for CAI through the Global Wealth Management channel and oversee education and marketing.
All events are open to both CAI members and nonmembers, unless otherwise noted.
The award program was developed by National to recognize CAI chapters for outstanding, innovative and creative programs and activities.
The amendment was recently negotiated by CAI and the New Jersey League of Municipalities in an effort to settle litigation over the Municipal Services Law that is now pending in the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Interpool expects to record a gain related to the sale of its interest in CAI in the fourth quarter of 2006.
a National trustee of CAI and an expert in alternative dispute resolution techniques.
The Company's first drug candidate, CAI-Orotate has overcome disadvantages of a related abandoned drug CAI, and expects CAI-orotate's unique pharmacokinetic properties of faster delivery to target cancer cells and reduced toxicity should improve cancer treatment and patient quality of life.
CAI is a non-life insurance company that provides a range of property/casualty insurance products, including personal and commercial property, personal and commercial motor, workers' compensation and general liability coverages.
Founded in 1973, CAI has 55 chapters throughout the United States and is composed of entities and professions connected with residential condominiums, cooperatives and other community associations.
The annual conference brings together CAI members from across the country to debate, discuss and discover ways to embrace changes in their organizations, as they prepare for the future of community associations.
CAI members include condominium, cooperative and homeowner associations as well as those who provide services and products to associations.