Jane Lynn, a resident of Arlington in Texas, is worried about what is in the air that she is breathing the moment she steps out her front door. This is due to the presence of a natural gas drill site
State legislators, under extreme pressure from architect, construction and many other industry groups, killed a bill which would have closed the loophole often used by businesses to escape from pollution lawsuits.
AB 1207 was sponsored by Assemblyman Warren Furutani, a Democrat
Klayman & Toskes, a Securities Arbitration law firm, today announced that it will continue to pursue securities arbitrations claims against UBS Financial Services with the Office of Dispute Resolution of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, or FINRA, on behalf investors
In the wake of the DOJ opinion regarding Internet gaming, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs has conducted a hearing Thursday, deliberating on how the tribes would be impacted by the looming Internet gaming industry. The issue was given a
The top law enforcer of the state of Ohio says that stricter environmental penalties on polluters in the oil and gas industry and necessary disclosure of the chemicals that are used in the drilling method referred to as fracking are
Tom McClay, a horse breeder in Pennsylvania, said that he has invested around $3 million in the state in the span of two years because it is one of the places with some of the best breeder incentives and purses
Flawed mortgages and careless foreclosure costs reached $72 billion at the major U.S. banks as the settlement of a 50-state investigation into the practices of the industry nears.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., Ally Financial Inc., Wells Fargo & Co., Citigroup Inc.
Honda is now bracing for a likely avalanche of legal challenges should the courts in California decide to uphold a recent verdict which awarded almost $10,000 to a woman who claimed that her 2006 Civic Hybrid did not perform exactly
When all of the elements of a direct mail campaign work together, your business can successfully reach out to a wealth of potential new clients and exciting new sources of revenue. When those elements aren’t in sync, you’re just throwing
The hope of the beleaguered music industry may be lying within the confines of a small corner store located in the City Heights section of San Diego.
In an area crowded by Mexican, Somalian and Vietnamese restaurants, 40-year-old unemployed laboratory technician
Twenty-six conservation groups are calling for the repeal of a 24-year-old law in Louisiana which prohibits state wildlife agents to implement a federal law that require trap-doors for turtles in shrimp net.
The law, which was passed in 1987, states that
Western North Carolina environmental and beautification groups are observing anxiously a Georgia court case that recently prevented billboard owners to cut the trees that are blocking their signs.
A similar action is being considered by local groups against a new law