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Swift Pace Welcomed for New Pradaxa MDL

08/20/2012
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The first hearing for the newly-created Pradaxa MDL has been scheduled for October 3, 2012, at 1:30 PM at the United States Courthouse in East St. Louis, Illinois.  On August 8, 2012, the Judicial Panel on Multi-District Litigation (JPML) granted the plaintiffs’ request for establishment of an MDL and assigned […]

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Trying to Bully Lady Justice in Florida

08/1/2012
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The New York Times has entered the Florida fray involving the merit retention race for Supreme Court Justices Pariente, Lewis and Quince. Their article, I think, sets forth the most succinct and accurate depiction of what has been happening in Florida’s merit retention race. The concluding paragraph of the article […]

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Tort Reform — A Misconception

07/30/2012
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Although the following was a parody published in the New York Bar Journal, it rings amazingly true for the thought process used in decisions to send products into the market place: “Remember when some bad tires exploded and killed a few people?  Lawsuits uncovered the defect.  Nobody would have known […]

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Ford Motor Company recalls an abundance of SUV’s

07/27/2012
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Watching last night’s news, one of the stories that got only a brief mention, caught my attention. Yesterday Ford Motor Company announced a recall of 484,600 SUVs made by the manufacturer from 2001 to 2004.  As a Ford owner from a family of Ford owners, I found this story to […]

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Pedestrians Need Eyes Wide Open for Safety

07/23/2012
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As our legislators and law enforcement officers look for new and creative ways to make our roads and interstates safer by demanding better built cars and keeping drunk drivers off of the street, an often overlooked area of concern is pedestrian safety. In fact, in the United States over 47,700 […]

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Never forget the American DREAM

07/17/2012
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On Friday, June 15, 2012, President Obama announced a two year reprieve from deportation for young adults who were brought to the United States as children. Annually, 3 million students graduate from US high schools; 65,000 are undocumented. I was one of them. I was born in Honduras and brought […]

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Insomnia, Late Nights and Blue Lights

07/16/2012
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Whatever visions the words blue and late night may have conjured in your mind before, we now know that blue can keep us up late into the night. A recent Chicago Tribune article sets forth medical evidence from the AMA, Harvard and Stanford, about sleep disorders for those addicted to […]

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