Remember that man who attacked a couple in their Florida home in 2016 by biting, beating, and stabbing them? At the time of the attack, many were quick to say that the young college man simply suffered from a mental illness. However, the family of the woman who was attacked, Michelle Mischcon Stevens, filed a wrongful death lawsuit earlier this week against Austin Harrouff, the young man who attacked her and her husband.
Maddin, Hauser, Roth & Heller, P.C., is pleased to announce that Kaitlin A. Brown has been named the recipient of the 2018 Regeana Myrick Outstanding Young Lawyer Award from the State Bar of Michigan Young Lawyers Section.
The common goal that every website owner in the world has is getting as much traffic as possible. Often referred to as “natural”, “organic”, or “earned” results, being at the top of the unpaid search results is every webmaster’s wish.
A year after the death of Tim Hurley, 59, and Kevin Carter, 51, the family of Hurley has decided to file a negligence and wrongful death civil lawsuit against the Zota Beach Resort and Victory Security Agency. At the time of their deaths, Hurley was the Zota resort manager and Carter was a security guard. Last summer, both men were killed during a robbery. It turns out, the Victory Security Agency hired the man that killed both men.
It's back to school time, which means parents are venturing out to collect all the items on their children's back to school shopping lists. However, there is one item parents should avoid for the time being, according to a recent report released by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG). Earlier this week, the U.S. PIRG revealed that a 36-pack of Playskool crayons currently being sold at Dollar Tree, Amazon, and eBay “tested positive for trace amounts of asbestos.”
On July 25, Immuta unveiled new features to its data management platform, including Global Policies, external Data Catalog Integration, and Curated Tag support for faster data access and policy authoring for scalable AI and machine learning operations.
On June 21, McKeen & Associates announced that it won a $16.2 million settlement on behalf of a child who suffers from cerebral palsy. Medical negligence was determined as the cause of child’s cerebral palsy.
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