One of Michigan’s top bankruptcy and insolvency lawyers, Earle I. Erman was honored for overall excellence in his practice area.
Low self-control, including short-sightedness, negligence, physical versus verbal behavior, and an inability to delay gratification can cause computer viruses, research suggests.
A federal appeals court has blasted the U.S. government for its poor handling of a longstanding lawsuit over a former graduate student’s placement on the no-fly list. POLITICO reports that Malaysian citizen Rahinah Ibrahim first launched her lawsuit ten years ago. She won, five years back, after U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup ruled that
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President Donald Trump’s demands for a bigger, better border wall are taking a toll on immigration agents and officers. While the federal government continues to grind through a partial shutdown, not all of its employees are exempted from staying home. Workers who perform ‘essential’ functions still have to punch the clock, without pay or knowing
While opioids are in the limelight, researchers have found that meth has become more popular than heroin overall.