Aqua Dots Revisited

A few months ago, I wrote a short blog post to discuss my disagreement with a Northern District of Illinois…

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Your Seventh Amendment Rights Are Under Attack: What Are You Going to do About it?

The Seventh Amendment provides that, in suits at common law, “the right of trial by jury shall be preserved.”  And…

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Women File Class Action Against Bayer for Gender Discrimination

It looks like Wal-Mart isn’t the only company under fire for engaging in discrimination against its female employees. Recently, 6…

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Clearwire Faces Internet Throttling Lawsuit

Fifteen customers have sued Clearwire for allegedly throttling their Internet connection speeds.

Clearwire’s website previously advertised its unlimited data usage:

Usage is…

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Former Colonial Bank Exec Admits Role in Fraud Scheme

Catherine Kissick, former senior vice president at Colonial Bank, pleaded guilty to a conspiracy that defrauded about $970 million from…

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NY Mets and JP Morgan Sued for Alleged Ties with Madoff

Bernie Madoff bankruptcy trustee Irving Picard, who is attempting to recover assets for the victims of Madoff’s illustrious ponzi scheme,…

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Hall of Shame: Illinois Director of Insurance Michael T. McRaith – A Postscript

On December 2, 2010, I commented on the outrageous conduct of Illinois’ Director of Insurance Michael T. McRaith.  He had…

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Recall, Buying the Products Themselves- Same Thing, Right?

Last week, Oregon Attorney General John Kroger sued health care conglomerate Johnson & Johnson for allegedly leaving eight-capsule packets of…

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Say It Ain’t So: CSX Sues Asbestos Law Firm for False Claims

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit recently revived a lawsuit brought on by CSX Transportation against…

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