Bankruptcy and Divorce

Can Facebook or Twitter cause a divorce? 15 years ago, there were no huge social networking sites, email was still a toddler and even Internet use was not in every single household. The world's a different place now. To meet a stranger, you don't [...]

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Distracted driving causes 18-wheeler crash

Distracted driving takes many forms and has many manifestations. The current trend is to talk about distracted driving in the form of cell phone calls, texting and even web-surfing while driving. But when it comes down to it, any cognitive [...]

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Distracted Driving

At this time of year, high school students are typically focused on plans for prom and graduation. It is a time for celebrating, making memories and looking forward to the future. Unfortunately, it is also a time of increased car accidents in New [...]

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Workers’ Compensation: Your Rights

Workers' Compensation: Your Rights Your right to workers' compensation benefits is mandated by the California Constitution. In accord with this, the legislature has enacted a multitude of laws governing the administration of workers' compensation [...]

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Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) prohibits the bribery of foreign officials to get or keep business. The scope of permissible conduct is vague, and conducting business with foreign governments requires careful [...]

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Financing and Healthcare

Health Care Financing Finding new sources of capital has become of crucial concern for many health care providers. Our qualified has extensive and multi-faceted experience in handling tax-exempt and other financing matters involving health care [...]

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Client Examples

Armed Robbery: Client facing 30 years. Client was charged with armed robbery. He was accused of pointing a gun, later determined to be a BB gun, behind the head of a salesman at a convenience store and demanding money. He also took beer and a pack [...]

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School Buses and the Lack of Seatbelts

Most school buses in the United States do not have seat belts. The reason is because under federal law the majority of school buses are not required to have seat belts. But if seat belts are required in cars for safety reasons, why would seat belts [...]

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Dangerous bacteria discovered in nursing homes

People have known about the risks of anti-biotic resistant bacteria in hospitals for a long time. New information about how the super strong germs spread has helped protect many patients from disease. A new report from the CDC says that they have [...]

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“Telemedicine” Replacing House Calls

A trip to the doctor's office can be a real challenge for many people. Those in rural areas may have to drive hours to see their physician. In the winter, road conditions can prevent both patients and doctors from being able to make their [...]

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Statistical Analysis

Consulting has significant experience providing economic and statistical analysis in major class-action discrimination cases, notably in the areas of Employment and Civil Rights litigation. Whether to be used in support of expert testimony or [...]

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Understanding BAC

The latter cases - those involving exceedingly high blood-alcohol levels ("BAC") and, often, motor vehicle accidents - typically dominate the headlines, just as they have recently in Washington. The following recent cases are certainly noteworthy at [...]

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Philadelphia man dies after truck accident

It's not uncommon for drivers of cars or trucks to pull over to the side of an interstate. It's important to watch out for them, because veering off the road could lead to a serious truck accident. A 58-year-old Philadelphia man died in a truck [...]

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