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09/13/2011
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Much of the time, the two political parties seem virtually indistinguishable.  But, every once in a while, something happens that draws a stark contrast between the Democratic and Republican views of the world.  Such a moment came during the GOP presidential debate last night, when Rep. Ron Paul was asked […]

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Your Pet and Travel Safety Tips

09/6/2011
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Many pets love riding in the car. However, driving with your pet can often lead to distraction and danger if you are not careful. Here are some tips to help both you and your pet arrive safely to your destination. Tip #1: Never leave your pets alone in the car! […]

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10 lawyers from Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2012

08/31/2011
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WEST PALM BEACH, FL (August 31, 2011) — 10 lawyers from Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2012. Chris Searcy, Jack Scarola, Greg Barnhart, John Shipley, Chris Speed, Cal Warriner, James Gustafson, Karen Terry, Darryl Lewis and Ed […]

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Levaquin and the Status of Multi-District Litigation

08/22/2011
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On August 10, 2011, Judge John R. Tunheim, District Court Judge in Minneapolis, held a Joint Status Conference for the coordinated mass torts proceeding involving the drug Levaquin.  Currently, there are 1,314 individual lawsuits that have been transferred to MDL No. 1943 for pre-trial proceedings.  Judge Tunheim has completed two […]

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When Should You Hire an Attorney? How Do You Decide?

08/10/2011
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I have spent the past 45 years hiring, firing and working with lawyers and law firms. The importance of whether you need to hire an attorney and which lawyer to hire can not be under-emphasized. Both of these decisions are important. So, when do you need an attorney and how […]

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FDA Trying to Define and Refine "Gluten Free"

08/8/2011
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On August 2, 2011, the FDA reopened the public comment period on its proposed gluten-free labeling rule.  After the 60 day comment period, the FDA will issue a final rule that defines “gluten-free” for labeling food products.  The original rule was published on January 23, 2007. By establishing a standard […]

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