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Employment Data Overblown By A Number of Law Schools

3/6/2012   Lawsuits filed by graduates of some law schools have drawn attention to the expectations of high rankings and the extent to which these schools will go just to promote and advance their standings. This year, fifteen lawsuits have
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Owner of LightSquared Hires Lawyers to Examine GPS Legal Battle

3/5/2012   Philip Falcone, the primary investor of LightSquared, is exploring all possible lawsuits against the GPS industry and the FCC in the wake of the rejection by the FCC regarding the carrier’s plan for a 4G cellular network. This
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Punitive Damages in Lawsuits to Be Blocked by New Law

3/5/2012   The ability of manufacturers in Arizona to evade some liability for their faulty products could rely on what the lawmakers remember and think about the Ford Pinto. Lawsuits over the car during the seventies became a textbook case
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Use Direct Mail to Drive Traffic to Your Website

Your business depends on drawing customers and potential customers to your website. While there are numerous ways to make this happen, direct mail is one technique that’s often overlooked.  This approach taps into buyers’ psychology in ways that aren’t easily
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Obama Administration’s Rules on Driver Fatigue Challenged by Trucking Industry

3/3/2012   Trucking companies are legally challenging the Obama Administration’s rules aimed to ensure that commercial truckers on the road get enough rest. The American Trucking Association revealed that it has filed a petition with the U.S. Circuit Court of
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Towns Might Challenge New Drilling Law

3/3/2012   Many of the local communities that enacted Marcellus Shale ordinances are now thinking of consolidating their forces in order to challenge the new natural gas drilling law of the state. A couple of days after the contentious legislation
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Widows Continued to be Stalked by the Banking Industry

3/2/2012   Constant intimidation, verbal abuse and phony lawsuits are only some of the methods that the bank industry uses to pursue illegally the widows and grieving family members for the financial obligations of deceased loved ones. These are debts
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Colorado’s Pot Shop Banking Rejected

3/2/2012   Medical cannabis is legal in seventeen states, but the industry has the appearance of a black-market entity due to its cash-only transactions. Lawmakers in Colorado have considered a bill that aims to set up a special cooperative banking
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The Budget Crisis in Michigan Puts Democracy on the Chopping Block

3/1/2012   When the city of Pontiac in Michigan ordered the shutting down of its fire department in December, Councilman Kermit Williams found all about it in the morning paper. This was only one is a chain of sweeping realignments
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Gov. Deal has No Plans of Changing Immigration Law

3/1/2012   Gov. Nathan Deal said on Tuesday that he was not seeking any changes to the new anti-illegal immigration law of Georgia despite of its unintended outcomes, which include a shortage of migrant farm workers. The Republican governor, who
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