Legal Industry

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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Argent Media Search Marketing Agency Established by Local SEO Industry Expert in Dallas

2/29/2012   Chris Silver Smith, one of the leading search engine optimization experts in the world and a pioneer in the more dedicated practice of Local SEO, has founded in the Dallas Forth Worth Metroplex area a search marketing agency.
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Legal Questions on the Volcker Rule Raised by Wall Street

2/29/2012   Wall Street and lobbying groups are sending the U.S. financial regulators a not-so-subtle message regarding the so-called Volcker rule asking them to slow down or they may face each other in court. In letters sent to regulators on
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Despite State Law, Distributors of Medical Marijuana Are Subject to Federal Prosecution

2/28/2012   A district court has ruled that cannabis dispensers are not protected by Montana medical marijuana law from federal prosecution. The court’s decision will reduce the number of doctors who are willing to recommend medical pot to patients. The
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Law Firms to Increase their Staffs in the Midst of the Marcellus Shale Boom

2/28/2012   The legal landscape in some regions in the United States has been changed by the advent of the multibillion-dollar Marcellus Shale industry. It also has pushed lawyers like Bill Caroselli to focus on oil and gas law practice
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Secrets on Fracking May Be Revealed Under New Disclosure Law of Texas

2/27/2012   Jane Lynn, a resident of Arlington in Texas, is worried about what is in the air that she is breathing the moment she steps out her front door. This is due to the presence of a natural gas
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