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What are the costs of traumatic brain injury (TBI)?

05/11/2017
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The public often expresses outrage at high-dollar verdicts when they reach the six- and seven-figure level. This is understandable in court cases, since only the jury hears all the evidence in a given case and the public is left to sparse and incomplete news reporting of trials. For example, take […]

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Body Cameras — Restoring Important Public Trust

03/28/2016
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With the recent enactment of body camera legislation, Florida has taken an important first step in stemming the erosion of public confidence in law enforcement– but more must be done. Few can seriously doubt that behavior is likely to improve when it occurs under the watchful eye of a camera lens […]

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Priscilla Searcy — A Tribute to a Special Woman

03/22/2016
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Following a long and very difficult battle with cancer, in the early morning hours of Palm Sunday, the 53 year long earthly relationship between Chris and Priscilla was ended by Priscilla’s passing.  In 2008, on the occasion of his elevation to the position of Dean of the highly prestigious International Academy […]

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Patent Trolls Laughing All the Way to the Bank

08/15/2014
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Invent something, patent it and watch your creative enterprise grow into an empire. That’s what inventors are supposed to do. Some of them still follow the rules. Others do not. Among the more unscrupulous are so-called patent trolls who search the market looking for products over which they can sue. […]

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Republican Extremists, Merit Retention and Farm Animals

09/24/2012
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Just in case even the slightest doubt remained about whether extremists have succeeded in high jacking control of the Republican Party, Friday’s announcement of opposition to the retention of three Florida Supreme Court Justices eliminates that doubt. Justices Pariente, Quince, and Lewis just received 90% approval ratings in a statewide […]

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Tragedy in Tropical Florida — Cancer Cluster

02/2/2010
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The federal government’s Center for Disease Control confirmed on Monday what many have believed and feared for months — the incidence of cancer among children living in the Acreage is substantially higher than would reasonably be expected based on national statistics- three times higher. The bad news is that the […]

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