Protecting Creative Speech in Practice Let’s talk intellectual property. Not patents and trade secrets, not that “hard stuff.” I’m talking creative intellectual property. What some call “soft IP.” You are on-line and copy images or audio to use somewhere else—like a video presentation. Do you give credit to the original […]
Why is it important to vote? Because it is an opportunity to change the future of the country. Voting is a privilege and a right, but, more aptly, it should be considered a duty — a responsibility every American should take seriously. Although it has been very different at during […]
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) crept cautiously closer to curbing the opioid crisis by approving sweeping changes as to how the prescription drugs are labeled. Going forward, such medications must have a boxed warning that includes the Opioid Analgesic Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS), an initiative aimed […]
Last week, Hurricane Michael devastated the Florida Panhandle. The hurricane was the third strongest to strike the United States and the largest to ever make landfall on the Florida Panhandle.
According to the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, about $80 billion is stolen every year by unscrupulous companies supposedly acting in the best interests of U.S consumers during critical moments. Hurricane Michael passing across the Florida Panhandle is one of those critical moments. A type of fraud that seems to be […]
Summer is over, and school is in session. Even in Florida, the days are getting shorter, and those Fall holidays are approaching. As things transition from the dog days to the cooler ones, parents should make sure safety measures that might have fallen by the wayside are back on the […]