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Editorial: Heavier, but not therapeutic
Jakarta PostAugust 1, 2011

The Supreme Court panel of justices — Krisna Harahap, Artidjo Alkostar and Syamsul Rakan Chaniago — were right to insist on sentencing Gayus more heavily because tax crime is a burden on the state. “The defendant is a tax officer. ...more »

How To Negotiate The Restrictive Covenant In Your Employment Contract
Physicians News DigestAugust 1, 2011

Restrictive covenants are designed to protect the economic interest of your employer who is assumed to have spent time and money training you, introducing you to its patients and sharing confidential information to you. Pennsylvania and New Jersey Law. ...more »

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Birth Injury
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The Connecticut Law Office of Thomas L. Brayton III is Expanding the Personal...
Insurance News Net (press release)August 22, 2011

The Law Office of Thomas L. Brayton , III is an established personal injury attorney offering professional legal services to clients in the New Haven and Litchfield Counties, Connecticut . An accident can be a frightening experience especially if it ...more »

Food-Borne Illness
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Bag Lunch a Foodborne Illness Risk for Preschoolers: Study
ABC NewsAugust 8, 2011

(Derek E. Rothchild/Getty Images) Parents, take note: A simple sack lunch may increase the risk of foodborne illness for the young children who bring them into daycare and school, according to a new study. University of Texas researchers took a ...more »

Car Accidents
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Breaking the cycle of bike-car accidents
Fairfaxtimes.comAugust 26, 2011

Virginia law states that, except under a limited set of circumstances, cyclists “shall ride as close as safely practicable to the right curb or edge of the roadway.” But both Walker and Wright said that isn't always practical. ...more »

Workers seeks £21000 personal injury compensation for migraines
Ashley AinsworthAugust 26, 2011

A charity office worker has won £21000 personal injury compensation after the office lighting get her crippling migraines. The office worker Genevieve Bove, 48 complained to her bosses saying that the fluorescent office lighting had been causing her ...more »

Toxic Torts
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GOP's 2010 Victories Failed to Produce Sweeping Insurance Regulation Reforms
Insurance News Net (press release)August 30, 2011

Indeed, Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak , a Republican who was elected to office in 2010 after beating Democratic incumbent Kim Holland , said the seven tort reform laws enacted in his state this year were designed to promote economic growth ...more »

10 reactions to our story on eliminating no-fault auto insurance
Michigan RadioAugust 31, 2011

She was severely injured in an auto accident and talked about all the help she received because of Michigan's no-fault law. And Howard isn't the only one, many wrote in to say the same. And others wrote to say that insurance costs in Michigan need to ...more »

Wrongful Death
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Busch's hearing in wrongful death suit delayed
KSDKAugust 29, 2011

St. Louis (KSDK) -- A hearing that was scheduled to take place this morning in the wrongful death lawsuit filed against August Busch, IV, has been delayed until later this year. Busch was sued by the ex-husband of his former girlfriend, Adrienne Martin ...more »

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