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Nashville Meeting Focused on the Topic of Online Music Piracy

7/25/2011   This week in Nashville, dozens of music industry officials will be meeting to discuss ways on how to prevent online music piracy. Around 70 people will be attending sessions that have been organized by the Digital Data Exchange,
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Does Your Business Stationary Say “I’m here to Stay” or “I Fly by Night”?

All law firms big or small need a full range of quality printed materials—business cards, envelopes, letterheads, second sheets, presentation folders.  But the importance of consistency in business stationary isn’t widely understood.  Some firms have their materials designed and printed
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Health-Care Law to Hurt Ohio Consumers According to Taylor

7/24/2011   The Lt. Governor of Ohio, Mary Taylor, said that the health-care law, which was passed by Congress last year will adversely affect consumers in Ohio. Taylor made the revelation at the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club of
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Report on Planned Parenthood Calls for Congressional Investigation

7/24/2011   The pro-abortion group, Planned Parenthood is once again under attack, this time from Americans United for Life (AUL), one of the country’s leading pro-life legal groups. After researching over 20 years of Planned Parenthood records and law enforcement
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Dodd-Frank Act Beneficial to Law Firms

7/24/2011   The Dodd-Frank Act, which was passed by Congress in July, is highly acclaimed to be the most sweeping financial reform in a couple of decades. It was dubbed by the then chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission
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Riverboat Casinos Loses in their Court Appeal Battle against Racetracks

7/23/2011   An appeal filed by riverboat casinos against the racetrack industry was thrown out Friday when the law signed by convicted former Governor Rod Blagojevich, which funneled money from casinos to support the racetracks, was upheld by the 7th
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Immigration Law Faces Legal Challenge from Groups Seeking to Stop It

7/23/2011   The Southern Poverty Law Center, along with a coalition of civil rights groups filed a lawsuit Friday in the U.S. District Court in Huntsville asking the judge to block the new illegal immigration law in Alabama. Mary Bauer,
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Medical Pot Offices in Arizona Stand Empty after Brewer Filed a Lawsuit against Feds

7/23/2011   When Ian Christensen, a self-described serial entrepreneur, looked around the white walls of the medical office he intends to lease in Paradise Valley in Arizona, he saw opportunity. Now, the only thing that he needs is some pot.
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Gaming Industry in Nevada May Be Boosted By New State Law

7/22/2011   With the objective of getting more investment for Nevada’s gaming industry, the state is making the determination process of the gaming license suitability a little bit shorter. Under a new Nevada law, individuals and companies will no longer
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SWFL Hotels Split Over Citizenship Check

7/22/2011   The issue of illegal workers is one of the hottest topics in the hospitality industry in Southwest Florida. There is a growing clamor at the federal level to institute mandatory legal status checks of all new hires. The
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