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The Assosiation of Personal Injury Lawyers Voice Concerns over PI Reform

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has urged the UK government not to rush into the radical changes which are due to be implemented in the UK personal injury compensation claims system. The changes will particularly affect the road … Continue reading

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Who’s Paying For Health Care?

While sitting back in her blue jeans and wearing a heavy workout sweater at the Legacy Emanuel Hospital’s Emergency room, Angela Jones has her ft prompted up and crossed atop of the tiny table. When asked about wellness care issues … Continue reading

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America Invents: The Unintended Consequences of Patent Reform

Notwithstanding the inherent unreliability of legislative history and the truly scary prospect of trying to get inside the head of Members of Congress, it seems fairly clear to me that the America Invents Act, which was signed into law by … Continue reading

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America Invents: A Simple Guide to Patent Reform, Part 1

Written by Gene Quinn, of IPWatchdog and Practice Center Contributor. [Yesterday] I spoke at the Practising Law Institute program on the America Invents Act. We had a good turnout in the room and an excellent turnout via webcast. The program … Continue reading

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HHS Credits Health Reform For Getting Health Coverage For Added 1 Million Young Adults

The Department of Health & Human Services is touting the Affordable Care Act as helping 1 million young adults get health coverage. On September 21, 2011, HHS announced that data from the National Center for Health Statistics at the Centers … Continue reading

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