Wells & Drew

Print Isn’t Going Away Anytime Soon

Sure, we all know the world’s going digital, and it’s true you can’t go anywhere without bumping into people tapping away on their iPads and Smart-phones.  But when it comes to doing business, when you’re looking for ways to dig
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Maritime Injury Law Firm Based in Houston Unveils Enhanced Website

7/4/2011   An enhanced and expanded website was launched by Arnold & Itkin LLP, a maritime injury law firm based in Houston, to help and assist offshore workers on the Gulf Coast get compensation for the injuries they suffered while
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Medical Pot Law Defended by Its Sponsor

7/4/2011   The controversial new medical marijuana law’s sponsor defended the measure Friday and warned of “unfortunate consequences” if a judge temporarily prevents its implementation. Senate Majority Leader Jeff Essmann, a Republican from Billings, in an expression of his solid
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Immigration Bills Tabled by House Committee

7/3/2011   Two bills that seek to require public employers, as well as contractors and subcontractors of public employers, to register with and use the E-Verify system to reveal undocumented workers were tabled by the House Commerce Committee in Michigan
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U.S. Supreme Court Hands Down Two Favorable Decisions for the Pharmaceutical Industry

7/3/2011   The pharmaceutical industry gained a pair of victories when the U.S. Supreme Court sided with them on two important lawsuits. In the first case, the SC voted to shield generic drug makers from lawsuits by injured patients, and
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U.S. Supreme Court Says Rules Generic Drug Makers are Protected from Lawsuits

7/2/2011   The highest court in the nation has ruled that generic-drug companies cannot be sued for its failure in warning patients about the danger of hazardous side effects. Their brand name rivals, on the other hand, can face serious
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Lawyers say that Medical Marijuana Law in Colorado is a Good Example for Michigan

7/2/ 2011   Lawyers who met on Mackinac Island last weekend to discuss one of Michigan’s most contentious issues say that the state should look to Colorado and start getting more involved in medical marijuana by regulating the industry and
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Speeding Up the Drug Approval Process Wanted by Biotech Firms

7/1/2011   Leaders of the biotechnology industry wanted the process of bringing drugs to the market quickened. They say that this can be done by broadening the Food and Drug Administration’s mission to include innovation and product safety. The FDA
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Immigration Law in Alabama Can Hurt the Economy in the Area

7/1/2011   According to a couple of economic observers and employers, the strict new immigration law of Alabama can potentially hurt business in the state. Gov. Robert Bentley signed the new law earlier this month. It is supposedly designed to
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Riverhead Schedules Hearing on the Controversial Puppy-sale Bill

6/30/ 2011   The controversial bill of legislator Jon Cooper that seeks to ban most sales of puppies in pet stores in Suffolk County will be the focal point of a public hearing at the County Legislature in Riverhead this
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