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  • The Cares of In-House Counsel

    The latest annual survey of chief legal officers by the Association of Corporate Counsel, which came out last month, provides interesting insight into the topics that keep in-house counsel on their toes. Perhaps unsurprisingly, data breaches and protection of corporate data made the list – with more than a quarter of the respondents reporting that their companies had experien ...

    Stacy Stitham/ Brann & Isaacson- 9 readers -
  • Jonathan Francis—Unauthorized Withdrawal of Customer Funds Charges

    Jonathan Francis—Unauthorized Withdrawal of Customer Funds Charges March 15, 2015 Jonathan A. Francis Allegedly Withdrew Approximately $210,000 of Customer Funds Without Authorization Jonathan A. Francis allegedly issued eight ATM cards for the accounts of seven bank customers without the customers’ knowledge and for the reported purpose of assisting in the conversion of appro ...

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 30 readers -
  • RedRidge and Hurt: Customer Fund Conversion Charges

    RedRidge and Hurt: Customer Fund Conversion Charges March 14, 2015 RedRidge and Hurt Allegedly Failed to Establish Adequate Supervisory Procedures to Monitor and Prevent Unauthorized Wire Transfers RedRidge and Hurt, in the time period from December 2006 through September 2014, allegedly failed to establish adequate supervisory procedures to monitor and prevent unauthorized wire transfers, a.

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 21 readers -
  • What Kind of Evidence Is Used in a Car Accident Case?

    What Kind of Evidence Is Used in a Car Accident Case? According to statistics reported by the United States government, an estimated 2.3 million people1 sustained injuries in motor vehicle accidents in 2013. Many of these accidents were caused by a negligent driver, auto manufacturer, or another party who should be held liable for the injuries and other damage they caused.

    Bruning Legal- 21 readers -
  • Property Transfers Before Bankruptcy

    It is a common belief that filing Bankruptcy will result in a person losing their home, vehicles, or other property. This belief (which is usually not true) can sometime be enough to persuade people to try to move property out of their name before filing bankruptcy. Something that is much less well known is the fact that the Bankruptcy Code has laws concerning property transfer ...

    Nick Gajewski/ Bond and Botes- 33 readers -
  • Risperdal Lawsuit Awards 2.5 Million to Autistic Man

    Johnson & Johnson, the maker of the anti-psychotic Risperdal (risperidone) will have to pay 2.5 million to an autistic man in Pennsylvania who grew breasts while taking the drug. The condition, gynecomastia, is a known side effect of the medication, but the company was found negligent in warning both the prescribing doctor and the patient of this potential problem.

    Ethan Manning/ 35 readers -
  • 7 Secrets to Better Sleep

    All of us wish we could get more sleep. We try to get a good night’s rest as often as possible, but with our busy schedules, improving the quality of our sleep by simply sleeping more isn’t always an option. We have all heard the common tips to sleeping better: developing a bedtime routine, waking up the same time every day, avoiding caffeine before bed, etc.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 23 readers -
  • Matt Schaefer Publishes Article on U.S. Supreme Court Arguments in DMA v. Brohl

    Brann & Isaacson Partner Matthew Schaefer authored the article “Supreme Court Report: Maine Lawyers Argue Thorny Jurisdictional Issue Before High Court” appearing in the just-released Winter 2015 edition of the Maine Bar Journal. Schaefer, together with Senior Partner George Isaacson, successfully represented the Direct Marketing Association before the United States Suprem ...

    Brann & Isaacson- 8 readers -
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