10/7/2011   Two advertising groups on Friday joined some of the largest tobacco companies in America in opposing the new cigarette warning labels that consisted of various graphic images such as pictures of diseased lungs and the sewn-up corpse of… Read more...

Taxpayer Barriers Removed By New Law

On 10-06-2011, In Legal Industry, by Blake Houser

10/6/2011   The enactment of the America Invents Act today gave taxpayers what observers consider as a significant victory. The new law is a key patent reform legislation that included a provision eliminating tax strategy patents that have been fought… Read more...
10/6/2011   The question on whether single-sex college dorms amount to gender discrimination is the core of a legal challenge filed against the Catholic University for its new policy over on-campus residence halls. John Banzhaf, a public interest law professor… Read more...
10/5/2011   Case challenging new provision in town zoning rules could set precedent in New York In what appears to be a potentially precedent-setting case for municipalities all over the state, the attorney for a natural-gas company based in Denver… Read more...
10/5/2011   A federal agency ruled Wednesday in favor of the top-level executive who revealed the corrupt lending practices done at Countrywide Financial Corp was improperly fired for spearheading internal investigations that “found widespread and pervasive wire, mail and bank… Read more...
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