Archive for August, 2009

Overcoming Another Barrier to Employment – Driver’s License Reinstatement (Jacksonville Daily Record)

“Anyone who’s driven around here for just a couple of days can understand that you have to have a car to live in a place like this,” said attorney Satasha Williston.

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Fighting Health Care Overhaul, and Proud of It (New York Times)

Senator Jim DeMint, a first-term Republican from South Carolina, is gaining attention as he stokes anger over the health care issue.

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Supporters of collaborative law want Minnesota to standardize the practice (Finance and Commerce)

Minnesota, the birthplace of collaborative law, could be among the first states in the nation to pass a law formalizing the practice if local family law practitioners get their way.

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Missouri Professionals Mutual Goes Live with Ravello Solutions’ MedMal Policy System (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

ST. LOUIS—-Missouri Professionals Mutual announced today that it put Ravello Solutions’ CoverageQuick into production for its Medical Malpractice Policy Administration System. Timothy H.

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$11M verdict against doctor (Adirondack Daily Enterprise)

SARANAC LAKE - A federal court jury has returned an $11 million malpractice verdict against a local pediatrician, finding she failed to take steps to prevent two sisters from being repeatedly sexually assaulted by their half-brother nine years ago.

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