ABA President to Tackle ‘Broken US Legal System’

The Guardian; October 8, 2013 Jim Silkenat is a corporate attorney in New York. He knows that the US has 1,268,011 licensed lawyers – far more than any other country. He believes that is too few. Silkenat, who has just … Continue reading

Audi CVT Suit Settlement Given Green Light

Autoblog; October 7, 2013 Audi drivers, listen up. If you bought or leased a 2002-06 model-year A4 or A6 with a factory-installed Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) that failed, you may be entitled to reimbursement under a recently settled class-action lawsuit … Continue reading

Fracking Wastewater Blamed for Pennsylvania Contamination

News Inferno; October 3, 2013 Wastewater from hydraulic fracturing—fracking—released into local Pennsylvania streams contained contaminants, according to just released research. The fracking waste was treated and released, but contained high levels of salts and other contaminants, according to LaboratoryEquipment.com. Those … Continue reading

How to Win Trucking Cases Seminar

How to Win Trucking Cases 2013 360 Advocacy Institute; November 3-5, 2013; Encore at Wynn, Las Vegas, NV Winning trucking cases requires an understanding of the science, engineering, driver training, regulations and industry practices, the law, and the knowledge on … Continue reading

The Ten Most Obscure Car Laws in the US

Jalopnik; October 7, 2013 Some obscure laws are still in the books because people forgot about them, others because nobody bothered to change them. The great thing is that you can still get a ticket for breaking them. http://jalopnik.com/the-ten-most-obscure-car-laws-in-the-us-1441966655

Forensic Weather Seminar Oct. 10 in NJ

As leading experts in forensic meteorology, we’d like to invite you to attend our October 10th seminar in the East Brunswick area. This exclusive event is by invitation only with some of the most prominent enterprises in your area taking … Continue reading

More Legal Woes to Come for JPMorgan

New York Times; September 24, 2013 JPMorgan Chase paid $1 billion last week to resolve a number of government investigations, but the bank’s biggest battles with federal authorities may lie ahead, Ben Protess and Jessica Silver-Greenberg report in DealBook. JPMorgan … Continue reading

Paint Makers Seek to Quash Lead Hazard Ruling

News Inferno; September 23, 2013 Paint makers are fighting against a court ruling mandating them to spend up to $2.5 billion to remove lead paint from hundreds of thousands of homes in the state of California. Paint makers have long … Continue reading

The Press Release Crime of a Biotech CEO and its Impact on Scientific Research

Washington Post; September 23, 2013 Is it a crime for a medical researcher to hype his results? To put a heavy spin on the findings when there are millions of dollars, and possibly lives, at stake? Just ask W. Scott … Continue reading

GoGo Sued for ‘Recurring Charges’ in Lawsuit Aiming for Class Action

ABC News; September 23, 2013 A California man is suing Gogo LLC in the hope of leading a class-action lawsuit against the company for allegedly misleading consumers about recurring charges for its in-flight Internet service. Kerry Welsh of Rancho Palos … Continue reading