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CEO of Amazon Donates $2.5 Million to Washington’s Fight for Gay Marriage On Friday, an announcement was made by the founder and CEO of Amazon.com that he and his wife would be donating $2.5 million to the defense of Washington’s same-sex marriage law. The CEO, Jeff Bezos, and his wife, MacKenzie, made…>read more

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911 Tape Released in NYPD Spying Case In June of 2009, a superintendent of a building not far from the Rutgers University campus called the 911 line for the New Brunswick Police. The superintendent told the 911 dispatcher that he and the staff were performing a routine…>read more

No Comment July 26, 2012

Possible Creature Discovered in Baltic Sea When it comes to weird items found in the water, this one really takes the cake. We need your help in figuring out what exactly this item is in the video embedded in this post. Could the item be a…>read more

No Comment July 26, 2012

Oldest Son of Michael Jackson, Prince, Posts Text Message Online about Grandmother The oldest child of Michael Jackson has made it known to his relatives and to the public that he is none too pleased about not being able to speak to his grandmother, Katherine Jackson. Prince Jackson, the oldest of Michael’s…>read more

No Comment July 26, 2012

Obama and Insurance Industry Team to Fight Healthcare Fraud State investigators, private insurers and the Obama administration have teamed up to fight health care fraud. Kathleen Sebelius, the Health and Human Services Secretary, said that the public-private partnership “puts criminals on notice that we will find them and stop…>read more

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Court Reinstates Lawsuit Against Glock Manufacturer The lawsuit filed by a retired paralyzed Los Angeles police officer has been reinstated by a California appeals court. The lawsuit was for product liability and it was filed against the gun manufacturing company known as Glock. The officer, Enrique…>read more

4 Comments July 26, 2012

University of Houston’s Law School to Offer Corporate Compliance Class in Spring A class titled ‘International Corporate Compliance’ will be offered in the spring of 2013 by the University of Houston’s law school. The course will have curriculum that covers the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, data analytics in compliance programs and internal…>read more

No Comment July 26, 2012

Greek Athlete Removed from Team for Racist Tweet The Greek Olympic Team has removed Voula Papachristou because of a racist Twitter comment she posted. The tweet is posted below and might be offensive to some: “With so many Africans in Greece… At least the West Nile mosquitoes will…>read more

No Comment July 26, 2012

Former Miss Nevada Suing Sheriff’s Deputies Sheriff’s deputies for Los Angeles County are being sued by a former Miss Nevada for entering her apartment without a search warrant. The lawsuit claims that the deputies kicked down her apartment door, pointed guns at the woman and her…>read more

No Comment July 26, 2012

University of Illinois College of Law Fined and Censured by ABA For the first time, the American Bar Association has fined a university for reporting incorrect consumer data. The school that was censured and fines is the University of Illinois College of Law. The school was fined $250,000. The law school…>read more

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Medical Malpractice Defense Associate
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Our client is currently seeking a Defense Medical Malpractice Associate with the following: JD from an accredited law school Must be admitted to practice in the state of New York 2-...