Category Archives: Legal News

Ricardo Tosto: Getting A Renowned Business Lawyer In Brazil

Are you a company executive or professional in Brazil? Do you operate a business and need a lawyer to handle the legal aspect of your organization? If you are anticipating business litigation due to a dispute with a partner or … Continue reading

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A Review of Lawyers and Law in Brazil

In Brazil there are three lawyers who are highly specialized in litigation; Milk, Barros and Tosto. They are popular in the profession for acting in matters that involve high value and complex litigation, creating a huge reputation among their peers. … Continue reading

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How Cone Marshall Quickly Has Grown Its Reputation And Service Quality

Cone Marshall is a law firm that has been operational for more than 15 years serving clients across New Zealand and overseas. It is a unique entity in the entire country because it was the first law firm to specialize … Continue reading

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Study Reveals CDN Slowdowns and Crux of Net Neutrality Problems

A new study conducted by Battleforthenet examined the internet connections of over 300,000 users to determine why users experience slowdowns on certain Internet Service Providers (ISPs) when accessing Content Delivery Networks (CDNs). The results showed significant slowdowns occurring on five … Continue reading

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Idaho Considering Legalizing Medical Marijuana

Idaho proposes to legalize medical marijuana to treat seizures Cases in Idaho like Alexis Carey, 10, who has a rare form of epilepsy called Dravet Syndrome for which no treatment could be found without the oil extracted from marijuana, but the … Continue reading

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Indiana Governor’s Misstep Blows Opportunity to Unveil Ambitious Medicare Reform Plan

  James Madison, author of the US Constitution, opined that the government it created was one consisting of a strong federal government and strong sovereign states. Over time, the aspect of strong states has allowed them to be testing grounds … Continue reading

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Freshman Senator Joni Ernst to Deliver GOP Response on After State of the Union

Hershey, Pennsylvania – Freshman Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa has been tasked with giving the party’s response following President Obama’s penultimate State of the Union address. It is a high honor especially for someone who will have been in office barely … Continue reading

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Are Walmart’s Policies for Pregnant Employees Legal and Just?

In recent years, there have been many changes that employers are required to implement for pregnant employees. In fact, short-term disability payments have occurred, while reasonable accommodations for those workers should be available. However, Candice Riggins from Maryland did not have the … Continue reading

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DC Moves To Kill Pro-Pot Legislation

I came across this article while browsing Qnet. Well, the pro-pot forces were not able to celebrate their victory in the District of Columbia for very long. They were almost immediately reversed on the decision that they voted on to … Continue reading

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Michael Brown’s Stepdad Apologizes For His Outburst Before the Riots in Ferguson

Louis Head, Michael Brown’s stepdad, has apologized for his expletive-filled response to the news that the local police officer who shot Brown would not be charged. Michael Brown was an unarmed black teenager who was shot by a police man … Continue reading

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