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Canadian Study Finds Criminal Defense Lawyers May Be Violating Ethical Advertising Standards

People often say that once something is on the internet, it will likely be there forever. This claim isn’t far from the truth: numerous companies and individuals have found themselves


Email Scam Targets Potential Car Wrap Advertisers

Picture a job where you get paid to meander around on public roads in your car all day, and the only start-up expense is purchasing a custom car wrap for your vehicle. It sounds like a sweet


Insurance Experts Warn Tenants on Dangers of Not Carrying Renters Insurance

Young people are increasingly living in rental apartments rather than buying homes, sometimes citing expensive taxes and home insurance as reasons they’d rather not take on the long-term


Ohio House Approves More Restrictions on Traffic Camera Use; Senate and Governor Likely To Follow Suit

Plenty of drivers in states across the country are familiar with the dreaded red light traffic cameras; plenty of state legislatures have already banned the cameras, due to an outpouring of


Prosecutors Claim Alexandria Shooter Was Angry About Child Custody Ruling

In September 2014, Charles Severance, 54, was charged with the murder of three well-known residents in Alexandria, Virginia over a 10-year period. Previously known for his unsuccessful political


Court Ruling Declares NYC Rent-stabilized Apartments a Public Benefit

More New York residents will be able to keep their apartment leases after a recent Court of Appeals ruling declared rent-stabilized apartments exempt from seizure during personal bankruptcy


Could Sony Pictures Have Prevented That Hack? Probably, New Reports Say

The recent hack of Sony Pictures’s computer networks and systems has unearthed a veritable treasure-trove of private email communications between Hollywood executives, and continues to be


IVF Controversy: Quebec Moves to Ban IVF in Women Over 42

Women in Quebec who are over the age of 40 and hoping to have a child via in vitro fertilization may soon be racing against not only their body’s own biological clock, but also one imposed


How Healthcare Employers Can Prepare for the The OIG’s Fiscal Year 2015 Work Plan

At the end of October, The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) released its Fiscal Year Work Plan outlining new and ongoing activities


How Innovative Music Therapy is Changing the Lives of Alzheimer’s Patients

Since September, a group of about 30 Alzheimer’s and dementia patients have gathered once a week in the MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis, not for any conventional treatment or


New Ozone Limits Would Improve Health, but at What Cost?

Much of the legislation that has been debated in recent years has pinned two important factors against each other: economic cost versus potential health benefits. The recent proposal to enact


At One World Trade Center, Plans for Energy Efficiency Fall Through After Sandy Hits

One World Trade Center, the building that now stands tall in the void left after the 9/11 attacks, was intended to be one of the most energy-efficient buildings in the Western Hemisphere, as well

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