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Six veterinarians have their human trafficking case dismissed by federal judge.
Dr. William Husel turned himself in and is being charged with twenty-five counts of murder for prescribing high doses of fentanyl.
John F. Schaefer, founder of The Law Firm of John F. Schaefer in Birmingham, Michigan, spoke at the 25th annual advanced-level family law seminar hosted by the Michigan Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), May 2, 2019, at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Mich. The theme of the seminar was, “Handling the
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More States File Against Purdue and the Family Behind It
Hawaii, California, and Maine file lawsuits against Purdue Pharma and the Sacklers.Sara E. Teller
Consumer Advocates Celebrate Maine Gov. Janet Mills’ Signing of Online Customer Privacy Act
The bill, passed one year after California tackled the sale of consumer information by ISPs, is even stricter than its inspiration.Ryan J. Farrick
California Senator and 2020 Contender Kamala Harris Challenges Trump’s Immigration Policy
Sen. Harris says, if elected, she’d used a series of executive orders to force immigration forward.Ryan J. Farrick
53,000 Veterans May Receive $189M in Home Loan Refunds, Report Claims
A report recently issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs’ inspector general found that nearly 53,000 veterans may be eligible to receive $189M in home loan refunds.Brianna Smith
Potential Hepatitis A Contamination Prompts Kroger to Recall Frozen Berries
Kroger is recalling certain packages of frozen berries that may be contaminated with Hepatitis A.Brianna Smith
Hoffman Homes is at the center of a new lawsuit accusing it of negligence and child endangerment.
LaCroix and its parent company, National Beverage Corp., are at the center of a new suit alleging false advertisement.
Chase sent an email to its credit card holders concerning arbitration and prohibiting class actions, unless they opt out.
Irene Lopez-Flores’s father paid $1,500 to bail her out of Douglas County’s jail–but deputies made sure she couldn’t be released until immigration officers arrived.
Brian McKeen, founder and managing partner of McKeen & Associates, spoke at the American Association of Justice (AAJ) seminar May 10. The AAJ’s educational seminar was held in Sante Fe, New Mexico, and is a returning, best-selling seminar based on Patrick Malone and Rick Friedman’s book, “Rules of the Road.” This is one of the
He Jianku has not been seen since declaring he had altered the genes of three embryos. Standards are being created to inform such decisions moving forward.
Federal agency can regulate stem cell treatments, according to judge who sided with the FDA.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham suggests the administration’s obsession with immigration is costing small towns big money.
Happy employees are productive employees. This is just one of the reasons that successful businesses are finding it necessary to invest in employee engagement.
As Connecticut proposes opioid tax, distributors push back.
Oklahoma takes J & J to court in opioid trial. J & J mounts its defense.
The Ohio Supreme Court disbars attorney for misrepresenting himself to a client in a divorce case and his prior disciplinary record.