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How to Win a Michigan Driver's License Restoration Appeal Without Being Involved in AA – Part 1

Can a person win back their Michigan Driver's License without going to AA? This article will address this question, and explain why the answer is not only "yes," but also how and why the majority of the License Appeals I … Continue reading

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Two obstacles to being able to concentrate your thinking, and some suggestions

An item in Bloomberg Bus. Week, Sept. 26, 2011 at 81, points out that there are two aspects of concentrating. "One is to get rid of extraneous thoughts, the other is to focus on the task at hand." Fine, but… … Continue reading

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When Does Being Portrayed in a False Light Invade One's Privacy?

The legal concept of invasion of privacy by false light could end up leaving the music network MTV in the dark. InSavely v. MTV Music Television, the Federal District Court for the District of New Jersey denied MTV's motion to … Continue reading

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Run! Hide! The Lawyers Are Being Replaced By Machines

There are a series of articles in Slate lately on how computers, or, more generally, technology, will changes professions by automating the more mundane tasks and possibly the more complex ones as well. Today's entry takes a look at the… … Continue reading

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Section 75 of the Civil Service Law limits suspension without pay to thirty days notwithstanding the individual's being found guilty of the charges

Section 75 of the Civil Service Law limits suspension without pay to thirty days notwithstanding the individual's being found guilty of the charges Vargo v Safir, App. Div., First Dept., 291 A.D.2d 268 Although the Appellate Division did not have … Continue reading

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