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Did the "Founding Fathers" Anticipate Civil Lawsuits?

06/4/2009
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To the level we see them today; perhaps not. What the Founding Fathers did recognize is to have a civilized society, there must exist some avenue for the redress by citizens of wrongs; whether perceived or real. Judicial economy dictates that some control must be given over to the Courts […]

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Mystery Ingredients and Nutritional Supplements

01/12/2009
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They are called “nutritional supplements”, “health additives” and “body enhancers”. Whatever the name, make no mistake, these are engineered drugs. The Palm Beach Post had an editorial on Sunday related to an issue that Alyssa Diedwardo has written about a great deal. In fact, Alyssa talked in August of 2008, […]

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Litigation Discovery in "the Normal Course of Business"

09/15/2008
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There is no question that technological changes have revolutionized discovery in civil litigation, particularly in cases where the parties seek large volumes of documents from their opponents. Medical device and pharmaceutical litigation come to mind. How to manage so-called “e-discovery” is on the minds and lips of many lawyers. In […]

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Lies, Lettuce and Tomatoes’ – Is it really Organic?

09/12/2008
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You may want to put your fork down for this one. On August 5, 2008 the division of the USDA Department of Agriculture National Organic Program (NOP) governing Organic foods made an announcement “that 15 of the 30 accredited organic certifiers they recently inspected failed the USDA audit. It is clear […]

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Tai Chi–A Possible Help to Elderly Mobility

08/13/2008
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  Tai Chi or Tai Chi Chuan is a form of Chinese martial arts. It is termed “soft or internal because it does not provoke an aggression type of style. In fact some refer to Tai Chi as being closer to a form of meditation than to martial arts. Regardless, […]

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