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LABOR AND PENSION/WELFARE REPORTING AND RECORD KEEPING
see generally Title 9, Chapter 136

LABOR DEPARTMENT
see DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS ACT
see generally Title 9, Chapter 132

LABOR MANAGEMENT REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE ACT
4-6.210 Delegated Affirmative Cases
4-6.300 Area 1—Affirmative Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement
9-133.010 Policy—Concurrent Federal-State Jurisdiction
9-133.030 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction
9-136.030 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction

LABOR STATUTES GENERALLY
see generally Title 9, Chapter 130

LABOR UNIONS
1-4.430 Permissible Activities
6-4.130 Search Warrants
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-130.300 Consultation Requirements Contained
9-131.010 Introduction
9-132.010 Introduction
9-133.010 Policy—Concurrent Federal-State Jurisdiction
9-133.010 Introduction
9-133.030 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction
9-136.010 Introduction
9-137.000 Deprivation of Rights by Violence—29 U.S.C. § 530
9-138.010 Introduction
9-138.130 Coordination with the Department of Labor

LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
3-4.711 Labor-Management Relations
3-4.720 Affirmative Employment Programs—Upward Mobility Program
3-4.731 Personnel Suitability
3-4.734 Financial Disclosure Requirements
3-4.792 Employee Assistance Program
9-132.010 Introduction
9-138.010 Introduction
9-139.100 The Railway Labor Act (RLA)—45 U.S.C. § 151, et seq.

LACEY ACT
5-1.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate Actions Without Prior Authorization, i.e., Direct Referral Cases
5-10.120 Statutes Administered
5-10.312 Notice to Wildlife and Marine Resources Section of Intention to File Direct Referral Action

LACHES
2-4.123 Criminal Cases—Mandamus
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues

LAND ACQUISITION SECTION
see generally Title 5, Chapter 15
see also
5-5.210 Settlement Authority of the Assistant Attorney General
5-8.100 Area of Responsibility—Generally

LAND CASES
5-1.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate Actions Without Prior Authorization, i.e., Direct Referral Cases
5-5.230 Settlement and Dismissal Authority of United States Attorneys

LANDS COMMISSIONERS
3-8.400 Appraisers and Masters
3-8.624 Chargeable to United States Courts

LAPSE IN APPROPRIATIONS
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-8.300 Phasing Down United States Attorney Operations During a Lapse in Appropriations
3-8.311 Lapse in Appropriations—Notification
3-8.312 Lapse in Appropriations—Excepted/Non-Excepted Personnel
3-8.313 Lapse in Appropriations—Furloughs
3-8.314 Travel During a Lapse in Appropriations
3-8.315 Payment of Fees and Expenses of Witnesses During a Period of Lapsed Appropriations
3-8.321 Legal Operations—Matters to be Continued During a Lapse in Appropriations
3-19.122 Fees
3-19.125 Payment of Fees and Expenses of Witnesses During a Period of Lapsed Appropriations

LAW CLERKS
1-2.102 Office of the Deputy Attorney General
3-4.213 Excepted Service
3-15.110 Personnel Security

LAW ENFORCEMENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE/VICTIM-WITNESS (LECC/VICTIM-WITNESS)
see generally Title 3, Chapter 7
see also
1-2.119 Executive Office for United States Attorneys
1-4.350 Pro Bono Work
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-8.900 Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC) Expenses
9-21.010 Introduction
9-116.310 Equitable Sharing Check Disbursement in Judicial Forfeitures
9-116.312 Role of Law Enforcement Coordinating Committees
9-118.010 I. Statement of Goals and Purposes

LAW ENFORCEMENT MISCONDUCT
8-2.241 Civil Laws Governing Law Enforcement Misconduct

LAW SCHOOLS
3-4.334 Temporary Assignment Under Intergovernmental Personnel Act

LAW STUDENTS
1-2.102 Office of the Deputy Attorney General
3-4.200 Personnel
3-4.300 Employment (General)

LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT (LPR)
9-65.811 Authority to Initiate Prosecution
9-72.100 S Visa Program

LEASED GOVERNMENT VEHICLES
3-13.500 Motor Vehicle Management—Acquisition of Leased Government Vehicles

LEASEHOLDS
4-4.541 Actions Not Within 28 U.S.C. § 2410

LEAVE
1-4.330 Teaching, Speaking, and Writing
1-4.350 Pro Bono Work
1-6.630 Official Leave
3-4.334 Temporary Assignment Under Intergovernmental Personnel Act
3-4.550 Pay Administration (General)
3-4.610 Group Dismissals (Administrative Leave)
3-4.630 Absence and Leave
3-19.411 DOJ Employees Under Subpoena
3-19.420 Federal Government Employees—Witness Fees
4-6.395 Area 11—Disability Benefits and Employment Litigation

LEAVE WITHOUT PAY (LWOP)
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-4.630 Absence and Leave

LECC COORDINATOR
9-116.310 Equitable Sharing Check Disbursement in Judicial Forfeitures
9-116.312 Role of Law Enforcement Coordinating Committees

LECC/VICTIM-WITNESS
see LAW ENFORCEMENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE/VICTIM/WITNESS

LECTURING
see PUBLIC SPEAKING

LEGAL DESCRIPTION
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LECTURING
see PUBLIC SPEAKING

LEGAL DESCRIPTION
5-15.581 Contents of Judgment

LEGAL EDUCATION INSTITUTE (LEI)
1-2.119 Executive Office for United States Attorneys
3-6.010 Office of Legal Education
3-6.100 Attorney and Staff Training—Generally

LEGAL PROGRAMS
3-10.130 Claims Collection Litigation Report

LEGIONNAIRE'S DISEASE
4-5.510 Environmental Torts (Formerly Environmental and Occupational Disease Litigation (EODL))—Introduction
4-5.520 Conduct of Toxic Tort and Asbestos Litigation

LEGISLATION AND SPECIAL LITIGATION SECTION
5-3.200 Litigating Sections
5-3.300 Support Units
5-9.001 Establishment
5-9.100 Area of Responsibility
5-9.120 Statutes Administered
5-9.200 Organization
5-9.300 Supervision and Handling of the Policy, Legislation, and Special Litigation Section Cases—Requests for Instructions
5-9.320 Actions Not Subject to Direct Referral to United States Attorneys
5-9.321 Prior Authorization Needed to Initiate Action
5-9.500 General Procedures in District Court Litigation
5-9.600 Settlement and Dismissal of Cases
5-9.620 Transmittal of Compromise Offer to Policy Legislation, and Special Litigation Section; Recommendations With Respect to
5-9.630 Authority of United States Attorneys to Settle or Dismiss Direct Referral Cases

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
1-2.109 Office of Legislative Affairs
1-8.001 Introduction
3-18.100 United States Attorneys' Offices Surveys
9-2.154 Legislative Proposals by United States Attorneys
9-21.970 Other Requests

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
5-12.533 Trial Assistance
9-46.100 Introduction
9-46.110 Prosecution Policy on Program Fraud and Bribery—Identifiable and Substantial Federal Interest
9-60.200 Criminal Sanctions Against Illegal Electronic Surveillance
9-61.100 Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Theft—18 U.S.C. §§ 2311-2313
9-105.600 Prosecution Standards—Bona Fide Fees Paid to Attorneys for Representation in a Criminal Matter
9-105.750 Money Laundering Offenses Under § 1956(a)(1)(A)(ii)
9-110.800 Violent Crimes in Aid of Racketeering Activity (18 U.S.C. § 1959)
9-115.310 Disposition of Forfeited Property Pursuant to 21 U.S.C § 881(e), 21 U.S.C. § 853(h), and 18 U.S.C. § 1963(f) and (g).
see also LEGISLATIVE INTENT

LEGISLATIVE IMMUNITY
4-5.414 Constitutional Torts—The Immunity Defenses

LEGISLATIVE INTENT
9-37.110 Memorandum, cont'd—Title I of the Act May Not Be Applied "Retroactively"
9-37.130 Memorandum, cont'd—Application of Retroactivity Principles to Title I
9-63.902 Restraint in Exercise of Federal Jurisdiction
9-110.200 RICO Guidelines Preface
9-110.800 Violent Crimes in Aid of Racketeering Activity (18 U.S.C. § 1959)
see also LEGISLATIVE HISTORY

LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS
1-3.000 Prior Approval Requirements
1-7.330 Procedures to Coordinate with OPA
9-2.154 Legislative Proposals by United States Attorneys
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart

LESSER INCLUDED OFFENSES
9-8.130 Motion to Transfer
9-20.100 Introduction

LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
5-15.520 Institution of Actions—Initial Documents Sent to United States Attorney

LETTERS OF CREDIT
4-3.210 Compromising Claims Against a Going Business Concern

LETTERS ROGATORY
4-1.325 United States Attorney Responsibilities—Judicial Assistance to Foreign Tribunals
9-13.520 Methods of Obtaining Evidence from Abroad

LEVY TO COLLECT JUDGMENT
6-8.400 Differences Between Tax Judgments and Other Civil Judgments—Collection Procedures

LIABILITY REFORM
4-2.100 Sovereign Immunity

LIE DETECTOR
see POLYGRAPH EXAMINATIONS

LIEN UNIT
6-5.323 Procedures

LIFE SENTENCE
9-63.1200 Gangs and Gang-Related Youth Violence—Approval/Consultation Requirements

LIMITATION OF TITLE COMPANY LIABILITY
5-15.534 Title Evidence—Title Company Liability

LIMITED OFFICIAL USE (LOU)
3-15.120 Information Security

LINEUPS
9-13.100 Out of Court Identification Procedures

LIQUIDATED DAMAGES
4-1.600 Prior Approvals
4-3.220 Claims in Conjunction With Bankruptcy Code Proceedings
4-4.410 Bankruptcy Proceedings; Claims in Bankruptcy
4-4.413 Plans of Reorganization as Compromises
4-4.420 Contracts
4-4.550 Foreclosure of Government-Held Mortgages

LIS PENDENS
5-6.522 Lis Pendens and the Recording of Judgments
5-7.520 Lis Pendens
5-12.531 Lis Pendens and the Recording of Judgments
5-15.516 Transmittal of Record
5-15.524 Lis Pendens
5-15.533 Continuation of Title Evidence
9-115.421 Approval for Use of a General Warranty Deed

LITERACY TESTS
8-2.273 Literacy Tests (Section 201)

LITIGATION AGAINST STATE GOVERNMENTS
1-10.100 Litigation Against State Governments, Agencies or Entities
4-6.240 Affirmative Cases—Suits Against State Governments, Agencies or Entities

LITIGATION EXPENSES
3-8.520 Expenses Incurred on Behalf of Indigents
3-8.623 Chargeable to Legal Divisions of the Department of Justice
6-5.725 Applications for Attorneys' Fees and Litigation Expenses

LITIGATION REPORTS
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
3-10.120 Nationwide Central Intake Facility
3-10.130 Claims Collection Litigation Report
4-1.430 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Litigation Reports
4-1.450 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Referrals
4-4.542 Screening New Actions Under 28 U.S.C. § 2410
4-5.220 Torts Branch Procedures—Substantive Considerations in FTCA Litigation
4-6.100 Defensive Litigation
5-6.520 Preparing Responsive Pleadings in Actions Directed Against the United States, Its Agencies or Officials
5-12.520 Investigation and Administrative Processing of Violations—Responsibility for Detecting and Investigating Violations

LITIGATIVE EXPENSES
3-8.240 Payment of Travel Expenses of Defendant and Counsel to Attend Depositions Taken at the Instance of the Government
3-8.550 Expenses Requiring Prior Authorization
3-8.560 Out-of-Pocket Litigative Expenses

LITTLE TUCKER ACT
see TUCKER ACT

LOANSHARKING
9-110.010 Introduction
9-110.700 Loansharking

LOBBYING
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-85.230 Lobbying with Appropriated Funds (18 U.S.C. § 1913)
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-90.700 Registration and Lobbying Provisions

LOCAL APPELLATE RULES
2-1.000 Appeals in General

LOCAL BAR
1-4.340 Civic Organizations, Professional Boards and Committees, and State Grievance Committees
3-4.334 Temporary Assignment Under Intergovernmental Personnel Act
3-4.734 Financial Disclosure Requirements

LOCAL CALLS
1-4.320 Outside Activities Generally

LOCAL COURT RULES
2-1.000 Appeals in General
2-4.250 Petition Requesting Rehearing In Banc
3-19.121 Subpoenas
4-1.440 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Pleadings and Interrogatories
4-1.513 Cases Personally Handled by the Civil Division or Jointly Handled With United States Attorneys' Offices
5-15.513 Local Practice
9-11.254 Guidelines for Handling Documents Obtained by the Grand Jury

LOCAL TAXING AUTHORITY
4-4.541 Actions Not Within 28 U.S.C. § 2410

LOCKS AND LOCK BOXES
3-10.400 Receipt of Payments by United States Attorneys' Office
3-11.110 Definitions
3-11.132 Exception Register
3-11.134 Conversion of Cash or Currency to Checks
3-11.135 Security of Cash Which Cannot be Converted Immediately
3-11.142 Direct Deposit of Payments
3-15.120 Information Security
6-6.421 Payment of Amount Offered
6-6.620 Compromises of Government Claims
9-11.254 Guidelines for Handling Documents Obtained by the Grand Jury

LODGING EXPENSES
1-4.010 Introduction

LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE
1-4.320 Outside Activities Generally

LULLING
9-43.100 Prosecution Policy Relating to Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud

LURES
9-15.630 Lures

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