Archive for August, 2010

No malpractice in buying house, says DAP rep

By Athi Shankar GEORGE TOWN: Penang DAP chairman Chow Kon Yeow has brushed aside suggestion of malpractice in his purchase of a luxury home last year in Balik Pulau. He dismissed suspicion raised by the press last week that he had bought the three-storey terrace house at RM590,000 from Kean Guan Development Sdn Bhd through corrupt means. “Neither did I receive any discounts nor favours from the …

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Seahawks cut down to 75

The Seattle Seahawks have made the roster moves necessary to get their roster down to 75 players.The team has announced that defensive end Ricky Foley, receiver Kole Heckendorf, kicker Clint Stitser, and offensive lineman Gregg Peat have been cut.  The…

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Primerus Attorney Bradley C. Nahrstadt Recognized as a 2010 Leading Lawyer

Leading Lawyers Network recognizes Bradley C. Nahrstadt, Esq., of Williams Montgomery & John, Ltd., as a Leading Lawyer for the third consecutive year.

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Tarvaris Jackson still holds backup job in Minnesota

With Vikings starting quarterback Brett Favre already muttering “oil can” and opposing defenses planning to blitz Brett into Tysonesque “bolivian,” the backup job in Minnesota could be very relevant in 2010.And the job continues to be held by Tarvaris Jackson.Per…

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Suit challenges cap on pain and suffering

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The state Supreme Court will hear a case challenging a key portion of the states painstakingly crafted medical malpractice reforms.An Eastern Panhandle couple is challenging the Legislatures $500,000 cap on damages for pain and sufferi…

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