03/7/2011 Health insurers that overcharge consumers in Florida will not be required to issue rebate checks. This is one of the consequences that are slowly emerging after a federal judge declared void the Affordable Care Act. Republican state officials, buoyed… Read more...

Legal Notices Debate Rages On

On 03-07-2011, In Legal Industry, by Blake Houser

03/7/2011 While a good week is seemingly non-existent for the newspaper industry nowadays, last week was particularly hard for the Gannett New Jersey family. Pink slips were given by the Courier-Post to one part-timer and three full-time employees. By the… Read more...
03/6/2011 A new trade industry association has been formed by companies that support or are directly involved in online gambling in the face of fading chances of Congress approving a federal Internet gambling bill. With the purpose of advocating for… Read more...
03/6/2011 Another battle looms between breweries and wholesalers of beer, wine and alcohol in Massachusetts this legislative session. A recent bill, filed by Rep. Alice Peisch, a Democrat from Wellesley, seeks to exempt small brewers from laws that have been… Read more...
03/6/2011 The question on whether individuals would still be able to purchase in Missouri a popular decongestant without a prescription could ultimately boil down to which of the two entities – manufacturers or police – the legislators will believe. While… Read more...
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