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Don’t blame the doorman for an unlicensed dance hall

Apr 6, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

315T Public Amusement and Entertainment 315TVI Criminal Responsibility 315Tk172 License violations in general An employee who acted only as doorman and had

Today in 1944: The Supreme Court strikes down “white primary” elections

Apr 3, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

On April 3, 1944, the Supreme Court struck down the practice of limiting party primary elections to whites in Smith v. Allwright.

You don’t lose title to your bees if they fly to the property of another

Apr 3, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

You don’t lose title to your bees if they fly to the property of another

The Paperless Law Practice: Important considerations when selecting a document management service

Apr 2, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

Document management services have exploded in popularity in recent years, creating a parallel rise in their number in the marketplace. How do you choose which is best?

Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act: Religious Freedom or A License to Discriminate?

Apr 2, 2015 By: Ginny Bernhagen

On Thursday, March 26, Indiana’s governor Mike Pence signed SB 101, the state’s version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), into law.

A road is “public” if anyone can use it

Apr 2, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

A road is “public” if anyone can use it.

Bankrupt Trump trademark licensee loses license. Quality control at issue

Apr 1, 2015 By: Lisa M. Brownlee

Bankrupt Trump trademark licensee loses license. Quality control at issue

Just because a few people don’t get the joke doesn’t mean an April Fool’s letter to the editor is defamatory

Apr 1, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

Just because a few people don’t get the joke doesn’t mean an April Fool’s letter to the editor is defamatory

Whistleblower award to former company officer underscores importance of diligence

Mar 31, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

The recent award of a whistleblower bounty to a former company officer who didn’t originally report the alleged violation demonstrates that anyone within an organization can report securities violations.

$30M Settlement For Nephrectomy Procedure Resulting in Paraplegia/Permanent Dialysis

Mar 31, 2015 By: Jury Verdicts

Karr V. Badwan, MD; Khalid H. Badwan, MD, SC; Cinel, MD; Elmhurst Clinic LLC; Elmhurst Memorial Hospital; Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare (Ill.Cir.) $30M Settlement For Nephrectomy Procedure Resulting in Paraplegia/Permanent Dialysis

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