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Daily Aspirin Therapy: Effective or an Unnecessary Risk?

According to recent research by the Mayo Clinic, both risks and benefits may exist for individuals considering aspirin therapy for heart attack and stroke prevention.  Every case must be evaluated individually and discussed with your doctor.  Issues to consider before … Continue reading

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Certifiably inane: the unnecessary officer’s certificate

In many deals on which we work, it has been customary to deliver certificates of officers. Sometimes the form of them is prescribed by a purchase agreement. Sometimes they are in support of an opinion. Sometimes they are required to … Continue reading

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Actual Injury Unnecessary to Sue Under Illinois Biometric Law

The Illinois Supreme Court recently handed down its much-anticipated decision in Rosenbach v. Six Flags Entertainment Corporation et al., clarifying what makes someone “aggrieved” and able to bring a claim under the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”). We have … Continue reading

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Avoid Unnecessary Audits of Your Government Contract Termination for Convenience Settlement Proposal:  How to Make the Most of the New $750,000 Audit Limit.

Author:  Cheryl Adams, Esq. Let’s face it.  It is a sad day for the contractor when the government must terminate for convenience an otherwise smoothly performing federal contract.  A termination for convenience settlement payment is designed to make the terminated … Continue reading

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Commissioner found it unnecessary to certify "that respondent appeared to have acted in good faith" for the purposes indemnifying them for costs and expenses

Commissioner found it unnecessary to certify "that respondent appeared to have acted in good faith" for the purposes indemnifying them for costs and expensesAppeal of William King Moss III regarding a staff appointment, Decisions of the Commissioner of Education, Decision … Continue reading

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