Mico, the 14-year-old dog of Coleen A. Ellis, had lung cancer and her owner knew this was going to be her last trip to the vet. As Ellis watched the vet put the body of the terrier schnauzer into a
The tourism industry in Utah was buoyed by the passage of a package of moderate immigration-related bills by the Utah State Legislature. These bills were passed March 4 or just before the session ended.
Bill Malone, the executive director of the
The University of Minnesota Student Legal Service last week held its annual Careers in Law Forum. The forum gave interested students a thorough idea about employment opportunities that are available in the legal sector.
This year’s forum also offered access to
The law firm of Thompson & Knight has announced the addition of popular trial lawyer Philip Kessler to direct the expanding operations of the Firm in New York City. He will also lead the new office in Detroit.
A nationally renowned
Susan Budowski, a Florida attorney and timeshare victim advocate, warned that timeshare scams are again on the rise with the resurgence of the timeshare industry.
This warning came in the light of the announcement of Howard Nusbaum, the President of the
If the Oklahoma Legislature approves a bill changing the method by which legal notices are made public, only the computer-savvy would have access to that information.
This is the general sentiment of those that oppose the bill authored by state Rep
A proposed right-to-work legislation, similar to the one that brought 30,000 protesters to the capitol of Wisconsin, could potentially spark a fierce debate in Missouri’s Congress.
Rob Mayer, the Missouri Senate President Pro Tem, along with the Missouri Chamber of Commerce
Mentoring programs are sometimes considered as practically worthless, but the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity hopes to change this by doing something different. It plans to single out up-and-coming attorneys and put them directly in the path of the law
The immediate appointment of Kevin O’Connell as President and member of the Board of Directors was announced today by Sfile Technology Corporation. Mr. O’Connell is a long-time industry veteran and former Datacert executive.
Frank D. Perez, the founder of Sfile, will
The Kentucky Senate is putting into consideration a bill that seeks to regulate the emerging “lawsuit-funding industry.” This industry involves companies advancing money to cash-strapped plaintiffs to take care of their living expenses in the hope of sharing in their