11/16/2011   An official of the State Water Commission in North Dakota complained that the Corps of engineers is acting like it owned the waters in Lake Sakakawea. Robert Shaver yesterday told the members of the commission that the Corps… Read more...
11/16/2011   A federal lawsuit filed by an inmate against workers at the privately-run California prison, where he suffered injuries in an accident seemed unlikely to sway Supreme Court justices. In a case that have been closely monitored by the… Read more...
Despite ever-changing trends in digital marketing, American consumers remain more receptive to direct marketing that comes in an envelope in the mail. According to a recent national online survey, 75% of consumers say they’re most likely to pay attention to… Read more...

Kansas Clinic Law Faces another Obstacle

On 11-15-2011, In Legal Industry, by Blake Houser

11/15/2011   The state of Kansas is again preparing to defend itself against another lawsuit that seeks to block a new law that establishes minimum safety standards for abortion clinics. This latest lawsuit was filed by the Center for Reproductive… Read more...

D.C. Law Receives Boost from Obama

On 11-15-2011, In Legal Industry, by Blake Houser

11/15/2011   When Barack Obama was elected as president, he promised more oversight, as well as a bigger role for government. For lawyers based in Washington DC, that meant more billable hours. The uptick in government, the regulatory and public… Read more...
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