• John Oliver Explains Patent Trolls As Only He Can

    For inventors, patents are an essential protection against theft. But when patent trolls abuse the system by stockpiling patents and threatening lawsuits, businesses are forced to shell out tons of money. Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: www.youtube.

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  • May judges do all?

    Apparently so. Here, for example, one judge reported at length why judges have a right to laziness, sacrastic formulated. The occasion was that a chief of a court the judge complained he did not editing enough cases. No, how could she. And who wants, can read the 2nd part about it here. If that is too much: The judge was reprimanded because he got 64 cases transmitted and cl ...

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  • I have been seriously injured. How do I pay my bills while I am recovering?

    Copyright 2014 - Fountain Law Firm Sitemap | Disclaimer *The information contained on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. Every situation is different. Also, any contact with this law firm through the web site does not result in an attorney-client relationship. Do not send any confidential information until an atto ...

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  • Suitability Violation Results in $48 Million Award

    A well-known investment advisor has been ordered to pay a couple $48.5 million after making “grossly unsuitable” investment recommendations. The firm, Family Endowment Partners, is based in Boston, Massachusetts. A single arbitrator from the American Arbitration Association ordered the company to pay approximately $13.

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  • Southwest Faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over Death of Richard Ilczyszyn

    Kelly Ilczyszyn, the widow of Richard Ilczyszyn, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Southwest Airlines claiming her husband died as a result of the flight crew treating him like an out-of-control passenger instead of a passenger in need of help. According to CBS News, 46-year old Richard Ilczyszyn was on a flight home from a business trip and suffered a fatal pulmonary emb ...

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  • Financial Problems After Retirement

    A dream many young people have is to become a professional athlete. As you probably know, it is extremely rare for someone to actually achieve this dream. While you may think these athletes are set financially, a recent study revealed that about 15% of NFL players file for bankruptcy protection within twelve years of retirement.

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  • Pennsylvania H.B. 916 Would Extend WC Coverage to Emergency Management Volunteers

    by Karl Voigt The Pennsylvania legislature is once again attempting to amend the Commonwealth’s Workers’ Compensation Act, this time in the form of House Bill 916, which aims to extend insured status to emergency management volunteers. As a matter of public policy, the Act has long extended insurance coverage to volunteer firefighters, volunteer ambulance corps, volunteer ...

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  • Prescription Drugs – Everyday Routine or Russian Roulette?

    Tens of millions of Americans take prescription drugs everyday. Whether taking a blood pressure pill or getting an insulin injection, its just an everyday routine. But what if the pills or injectables are contaminated? Last December, federal agents arrested 14 executives and workers in a tainted drug case blamed for as many as 64 patient deaths.

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