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Posted on 04-20-2016 by rajendra.prajapat

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Home-Grown Trends: The state of marijuana legalization [Infographic]
Posted on 04-18-2016 by amanda-alge-bales

Marijuana legalization measures have been appearing frequently in petitions and on ballots across the country and the world, but opinions vary. Currently 10 bills are under consideration at the state level regarding marijuana’ legalization. ... Read More

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Collateral Damages
Posted on 04-17-2016 by Thiyagu

April 19, 2016 Case Management Update This Week's Topic: “Collateral Damages“ Question: Are his personality or legal problems our responsibility? Dr. Adams replies: Personality disorders cannot be the target of injury-related care... Read More

Tags: Trending News & Topics , #pain #workers' compensation #injury

“Democracy” … the word: Did Trump wield it wrongly?
Posted on 04-16-2016 by Travis Burchart

The word “democracy” is sometimes called forth like flood waters - an impactful force let loose but also a deluge without constraints. Donald Trump recently used it to criticize the GOP primary. He said : I was ready for a democratic race... Read More

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Word-slicing … a lawyerly art form
Posted on 04-16-2016 by Travis Burchart

You don’t want a surgeon with shaky hands; likewise, you don’t want a lawyer with a shaky vocabulary. “Shaky,” in the legal realm, is an inability to tower over a definition and slice it with molecular exactitude. Last week,... Read More

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5 Tips For Aspiring Environmental Attorneys
Posted on 04-15-2016 by amanda-alge-bales

The article below has been republished in full courtesy of Law360, written by Juan Carlos Rodriguez. Aspiring and newly minted environmental attorneys have a wealth of career options, whether they pursue employment with a law firm, government agency... Read More

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The Lawn Dart Files: the Products Liability Case Part III
Posted on 04-13-2016 by Thiyagu

Our verb to pelt (as in, "we pelted the kids on the other side of the street with snowballs," or "we pelted the kids from the other side of the street with lawn darts") comes from the ancient Greek word peltast. This word refers to... Read More

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It's Never too Late to Fix Redundancy in Your Writing
Posted on 04-13-2016 by Thiyagu

What a cute baby puppy! Stop the redundancy in your writing, whether it be essays, emails, marketing material or briefs. Brought to you by QuickandDirtyTips.com Read More

Tags: Upgrading Your Skills , Catapult Your Career , #Writing legally

Spring Break is Over and You are Left with an MIP Charge. Now What?
Posted on 04-12-2016 by Thiyagu

Spring break is a time when thousands of college students across the country leave campus, log out of their student portals, and party. Students over and under the age of 21 often consume alcohol and other drugs on spring break, despite it being illegal... Read More

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The Most Important Factors When Hiring A Family Law Lawyer
Posted on 04-12-2016 by Thiyagu

In a society where divorce is becoming more common than ever before, many people will be faced with the reality of having to litigate family law matters in court. It can be a daunting task to choose a family law attorney - after all, more often than not... Read More

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5 Legal Cliches That Could Land You In Hot Water
Posted on 04-12-2016 by amanda-alge-bales

The article below has been republished in full courtesy of Law360, written by Aebra Coe - See more at: https://www.lexisnexis.com/lextalk/industry-trends/f/5/t/2891.aspx#sthash.VRydbGSV.dpuf The article below has been republished in full courtesy... Read More

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“A,B,C’s” and Other Letters of Knowledge To The Widely-Embraced Educational Game “Scrabble”
Posted on 04-11-2016 by Thiyagu

Happy “Realize-You’re-Not- As-Big-Of-A-Word-Nerd-As-You-Think” Day! Ok, that was a bit verbose. Let’s try this again and make it easy for all of us… Happy National Scrabble Day!! What better way to celebrate this games’... Read More

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How Well Do You Know The "Birthday Boy" Thomas Jefferson?
Posted on 04-11-2016 by Thiyagu

Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday Thomas Jefferson…Happy Birthday to you!! That is right, today we celebrate yet another one of our past presidents’ birthdays and what better way to celebrate than a quiz? You think... Read More

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June Liebert: Taking The Road Less Traveled
Posted on 04-11-2016 by amanda-alge-bales

If your legal career strays from the traditional path, how should you approach it? The advice from law librarian June Liebert: “I have made some unusual moves in my career, but my focus has always been on learning new skills and finding growth... Read More

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Graphic language of 2016 politics: It’s sooooo Thomas Jefferson
Posted on 04-10-2016 by Travis Burchart

Some say Donald Trump has broken the political mold. This owes much to Trump’s language. Trump’s language, some of it offensive, isn’t always politically savvy or politically correct. This seems unorthodox; to some, un-American. But... Read More

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Type D Personality
Posted on 04-09-2016 by Thiyagu

This Week's Topic: "Type D Personality" Question: ...personality and physical disorders? Dr. Adams replies: The concept of Type D (meaning "distressed") Personality was introduced in 1995. The concept arises from the field... Read More

Tags: Trending News & Topics , Depression

Jamie Baker: The Power Within The Pen
Posted on 04-07-2016 by amanda-alge-bales

For Jamie Baker a passion ignites when she writes. Whether on her blog or in the classroom, Jamie educates through personal stories, beliefs and lessons learned. Jamie prefers personal examples to illustrate the type of situation that an attorney might... Read More

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Can I Choose My Own Doctor If I'm Covered Under Workers' Compensation in Orlando?
Posted on 04-06-2016 by Thiyagu

Workers' compensation requires your employer to pay your medical bills if you are injured on the job. While some states allow the worker discretion to choose his or her own doctor, Florida has opted to go in the other direction. The Florida workers'... Read More

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Tilted Assets and Estate Planning
Posted on 04-05-2016 by Thiyagu

When thinking about estate planning, you should always be aware of how your assets are titled. There are several different forms of asset ownership in Wisconsin. The term ‘title’ simply refers to how a specific asset is legally owned. The... Read More

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National Beer Day: Celebrate your “permission” to drink ... but not your “right”
Posted on 04-05-2016 by Travis Burchart

If you enjoy beer, there are two days you might toast: April 7th, National Beer Day , and December 5th, Repeal Day , which celebrates the 21st Amendment. You can raise your glass to both days, but if you’re going to toast your freedom to drink,... Read More

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