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It’s Black Friday for Defense Contractor EOTech November 29, 2015 by Brian Mahany Yesterday hunters and their loved ones flocked to big sporting gear stores hoping to find Black Friday deals on rifles and gun accessories. An Ann Arbor, Michigan manufacturer of gun sights isn’t celebrating, however.
FLA Hospice Provider Settle Medicaid Fraud Case November 29, 2015 by Brian Mahany When my mother passed several years ago there was a hospice volunteer at her side. Whether paid or volunteer, hospice work is tough. Most folks in the hospice care field are angels. Unfortunately, the industry has its fair share of wolves.
The fall and winter holidays are supposed to be a time of family, festivities, and good cheer. People often decorate their homes, plan trips to see loved ones, attend or host parties, and go on many shopping trips to purchase gifts. Unfortunately, thousands of Americans have their holiday season interrupted by a serious car accident.
A personal injury case is a legal dispute that arises from an accident or event where someone was personally harmed or injury due to the legal responsibility or liability of another person or entity.1 There are several forms of personal injury cases, but some of the common types include car accident claims, medical malpractice, product liability, slip and fall injuries, dog bit ...
As many of our viewers are aware, in June, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 2578, which provided a number of pro-2nd Amendment provisions, including funding for federal firearms relief determinations under 18 U.S.C. 925(c), which has not been available since 1992, and a prohibition on ATF utilizing any of the funding for promulgating a rule requiring CLEO signature requirements.
And the Beats Go On… Whistleblower Post November 28, 2015 by Brian Mahany Were Cops Involved in Bizarre New York State Whistleblower Case? We see many unusual False Claims Act cases. Criminals can be very enterprising. Their creativity is often amazing. Ultimately, most get caught and usually after a whistleblower steps forward and reports their wrongdoing.
I previously discussed Coblentz agreements. A Coblentz agreement is an agreement between a claimant (e.g., property owner) and a third-party (e.g., general contractor that caused construction defects and damage) when the third-party’s liability insurer denies a defense (and coverage) to the third-party.
Buy American Act – Home Depot Revisited November 27, 2015 by Brian Mahany Beginning with President Roosevelt and the Great Depression, Congress has tried to balance price with promotion of American jobs and manufacturing. In 1933, Congress passed the Buy American Act. That law required certain purchases of American products and goods when the purchased was the government or ...
Steven Galloway suspension shouldn’t have been announced: UBC faculty association Canadian Press article, by Laura Kane On November 20, 2015, Richard Johnson spoke to both Rick Cluff of CBC’s Early Edition and Laura Kane of the Canadian Pre ...
Everyday drivers aren’t the only ones susceptible to distractions on the road. Commercial truck drivers, in the midst of long shifts and while facing tight deadlines, may commonly turn to distractions that can cause horrific accidents on Chicago highways. In fact, recent research indicates that commercial truck drivers are 23.
Recently, ATF-41P’s final action date was changed from December 2015 to January 2016, prompting a lot of speculation and concern, especially in light of President Obama’s announcement of 2,224 new proposed rules, which he hopes to implement prior to his departure. As many of our viewers are aware, Firearms Industry Consulting Group® (FICG®), a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C.
GM is back in the news as new reports are coming in of car fires related to a previous recall that apparently did not correct the problem. In 2008 and again in 2009, 1.1 million cars were recalled because of oil leaking on the manifold in the engine. “About 85% of the fires took place when the car was shut off and there was no one around the car”, GM spokesman Alan Adler said.
Researchers at the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products looked at data on 13,651 US teens surveyed on their use of tobacco products. The results confirm concerns about the growing use of e-cigarettes among teens and the way in which manufacturers are targeting teen smokers. The report, published recently in the Journal of the American Medical Association found, “Among a survey of ...
Broken bone injures caused by a car wreck are not minor injuries. They often require expensive medical treatment and time to heal. There are four main bones in the leg – patella, femur, tibia, and fibula. The lower leg contains the tibia and the fibula. Both are long bones, with the tibia being a little longer than the fibula.
Bernard M. Parker—Stealing Investor Money November 27, 2015 Bernard M. Parker Allegedly Raised $1.2 Million from Longstanding Brokerage Customers and, Rather than Purchasing Tax Liens, Used the Cash to Remodel his Estate Bernard M. Parker, 55, who ran Parker Financial Services from his home in Indiana, Pa., allegedly raised more than $1.