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Study Aids Available

With Orientation in full swing, and classes beginning next week, it’s a great time to remind you about study aids available from the Law Library. AO66 in the law library–that’s where you can get all the study aids available in … Continue reading

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Radiologists Among Most Sued Medical Professionals, Study Says

A correct and timely diagnosis often depends on the accurate and timely interpretation of radiology reports. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. If you have been injured due to a radiology error, we may be able to help. At Arfaa … Continue reading

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A Study Concludes Mentioning “Trade Secrets” in Form 10-K Leads to More Cyber Breaches

A recently-published study* concluded that companies that mention the existence of trade secrets in their publicly filed Form 10-K disclosures are 30% more likely to become victims of cyber attacks. Among those companies, the probability of a cyber attack is even … Continue reading

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Direct Supervision by Attending Does Not Decrease Medical Errors, Study Says

Hospital negligence can lead to devastating harm. If you or your loved one has sustained an injury due to a medical professional’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your harm. At DeFrancisco & Falgiatano Personal Injury Lawyers, in addition to compensation, … Continue reading

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Study – How Do Americans Feel About Online Privacy in 2018?

The Best VPN – “Concerns around online privacy have come to a head in 2018. In mid-March, The New York Times and The Guardian reported that data from 50 million Facebook profiles was harvested for data mining firm Cambridge Analytica … Continue reading

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