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  • Court rules against White House science office in email case

    Court rules against White House science office in email case

    Legal Issues 07/05/2016

    A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that work-related emails from a private account used by the White House's top science adviser are subject to disclosure under federal open records laws. The ruling from the three-judge panel is a win for governme...

  • Appeals court rules Mississippi can resume Google inquiry

    Appeals court rules Mississippi can resume Google inquiry

    Legal Issues 04/12/2016

    Mississippi's attorney general can resume an investigation into whether Google facilitates illegal behavior, an appeals court ruled. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday overturned a district judge who had sided with Google. U.S. District ...

  • Ex-Attorney General McGraw files for Supreme Court race

    Ex-Attorney General McGraw files for Supreme Court race

    Legal Issues 02/01/2016

    Former state Attorney General Darrell McGraw wants one of his old jobs back. According to the West Virginia secretary of state's website, the 79-year-old McGraw filed on Saturday to run for the state Supreme Court. McGraw spent one term on the court ...

  • Ex-Illinois guardsman pleads guilty in Islamic State plot

    Ex-Illinois guardsman pleads guilty in Islamic State plot

    Legal Issues 12/20/2015

    A former Illinois National Guard soldier pleaded guilty Monday to charges alleging he conspired to provide material support to the Islamic State group. Hasan Edmonds, 23, of Aurora, Illinois, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to provide mater...

  • Polish court convicts chemist of planning parliament attack

    Polish court convicts chemist of planning parliament attack

    Legal Issues 12/19/2015

    A court in southern Poland has handed a 13-year prison term to a chemist found guilty of having plotted a bomb attack on parliament and other buildings in 2012. The man, identified as Brunon Kwiecien, a university teacher in Krakow, was arrested in 2...

  • New Jersey's top court sides with Christie on pensions

    New Jersey's top court sides with Christie on pensions

    Legal Issues 06/10/2015

    New Jersey's top court sided with Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday, giving him a major victory in a fight with public worker unions over pension funds and sparing a new state budget crisis.     The state Supreme Court overturned a lower-court...

  • Arizona sheriff could face civil contempt hearing in court

    Arizona sheriff could face civil contempt hearing in court

    Legal Issues 01/20/2015

    An Arizona sheriff could face a civil contempt hearing in federal court for his office's repeated violations of orders issued in a racial-profiling case. U.S. District Judge Murray Snow held a telephonic conference Thursday and told Maricopa County S...

  • Palm Beach Construction Law

    Palm Beach Construction Law

    Legal Issues 11/07/2014

    Our Principal, Mr. Heitman, has extensive experience with both the law and construction. He is both a Florida Licensed Professional Engineer, as well as a Certified Construction Attorney. This puts him in the unique position to lead on both the jobsi...

  • Insurance Litigation Law Firm Clark & Fox Launches New Website

    Insurance Litigation Law Firm Clark & Fox Launches New Website

    Legal Issues 08/01/2014

    John M. Clark, Michael Fox, Georgia S. Foerstner and Erin Nulty are pleased to announce the formation and opening of Clark & Fox (www.clarkfoxlaw.com) , a law firm solely serving and representing the insurance industry. Patrick J Reilly, III and ...

  • Mavroudis & Guarino, LLC. - Essex County Real Estate Lawyers

    Mavroudis & Guarino, LLC. - Essex County Real Estate Lawyers

    Legal Issues 09/23/2013

    Essex County Real Estate Lawyers makes up the team for The Mavroudis & Guarino, LLC. Our talented teams offers the highest quality counseling in the the area of Westchester County. While many law offices offer complex real estate services, the M&...

  • Outgoing NC Sen. Stevens resigns, joins law firm

    Outgoing NC Sen. Stevens resigns, joins law firm

    Legal Issues 09/14/2012

    A state senator has resigned from the North Carolina General Assembly and is joining a Raleigh law firm to help clients on economic development, regulatory and other government policy issues. Five-term Republican Sen. Richard Stevens of Cary resigned...

  • Pettler & Miller LLP - Experienced Estate Planning Attorneys

    Pettler & Miller LLP - Experienced Estate Planning Attorneys

    Legal Issues 07/22/2012

    The emphasis of our practice is in the area of probate and trust law. This includes advice, document drafting as well as any required or appropriate litigation. We handle Estate Planning, Probate, Trust Administration, Conservatorships, Guardianships...