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Using your phone to find and scan scholarly articles

Google Scholar Blog  Quickly flip through papers on your phone. “Today, we are making it easier to use your phone to find and scan scholarly articles. Clicking a Scholar search result on your phone now opens a quick preview. You … Continue reading

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Uloric Drug Safety Update: A Significantly Higher Risk Of Death Among Patients Using Gout Drug Uloric As Opposed To Allopurinol

Recent Findings Come From The CARES Trial, A Postmarketing Safety Study Requested By FDA Back When Uloric Was Approved In 2009   (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com)   At the recent American College of Cardiology (ACC) 2018 Annual Scientific … Continue reading

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Using Empirical Studies as a Basis for Updating Intestacy Laws

Danaya C. Wright & Beth Sterner, Honoring Probable Intent in Intestacy: An Empirical Assessment of the Default Rules and the Modern Family, 43 ACTEC L.J. 341 (2017). Sergio Pareja The principal goal of any intestacy statute is to determine the … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Using Independent Contractors

When your client decides to use independent contractors instead of employees, you need to go over the advantages and disadvantages of choosing the independent contractor route. Before getting into the pros and cons of independent contractors, listen to your client’s … Continue reading

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Former Dept of Justice Attorney Sentenced To 30 Months For Obtaining Information About Companies Named in Qui Tam Lawsuits and Using That Information in Private Practice.

Sometimes clients will believe that by hiring attorneys who have just left the government, they can obtain confidential information. While those attorneys have relationships with the other attorneys and agents, they have strict ethical rules where they cannot use information … Continue reading

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