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Atlanta Paper Exposes Widespread Violation of Federal Law by Private Investigators and the Lawyers That Enable Them

Great work by the Atlanta Journal Constitution on an issue that’s bugged me for years: the brazen violation of federal law by investigators and the lawyers who hire them. At issue is the Gramm Leach Bliley Act, meant to protect … Continue reading

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D.A. warns of widespread elder abuse (The Carmel Pine Cone)

THE PEOPLE who are supposed to be caring for the county’s seniors are actually the ones who commit most of the financial crimes against them, according to Monterey County Deputy District Attorney Lisa Poll, who heads the DA’s Elder Abuse … Continue reading

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Illnesses Attributed to Monsanto’s Roundup Weed Killer Trigger Widespread Product Liability Litigation

Environmental Protection Agency Still Not Convinced of Its Carcinogenic Properties Roundup Weed Killer is a pesticide developed by Monsanto Company that contains the active ingredient glyphosate. Millions of tons of Roundup have been used in residential, municipal, industrial and agricultural … Continue reading

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CHANGE: Civilians Around the World Become Better Armed: Will widespread private arms rebalance pow…

CHANGE: Civilians Around the World Become Better Armed: Will widespread private arms rebalance power between individuals and the state? It looks like we’re going to find out. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Healthcare Fraud is Widespread, but Whistleblowers can Help Stop it

Medicare and Medicaid are taxpayer-funded healthcare programs instituted for the purpose of ensuring that all Americans have access to basic health services. Fraud on the part of health care providers is a major threat to these programs and to the … Continue reading

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