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Blog Posts in July, 2010

  • Oracle Corporation, the world's second largest software maker, has been sued by a whistleblower and the United States Justice Department. The lawsuit involves claims that Oracle overcharged the government tens of millions of dollars. The lawsuit claims that Oracle failed to disclose discounts that it gave favorite commercial customers. A former Oracle employee filed a lawsuit under the Federal ...
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  • Target Recalls Children's Belts

    Posted By Page1Admin || 22-Jul-2010

    The Target corporation recalled over 100,000 children's belts because of the excessive levels of lead in the belt buckles. The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission reported that the recall applied to Cherokee brand boys and CRICO brand girls belts which were sold exclusively in Target stores and its website from December 2008 to December 2009. Lead poisoning in children can cause severe brain ...
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  • Summer Driving Tips for the Safety of Your Family.

    Posted By Page1Admin || 15-Jul-2010

    Tire Pressure: Always check your tire pressure. Driving on underinflated or overinflated tires, particularly in hot weather, causes internal tire damage and increases the chance of a tire failure by tread separation or blowout. Tire pressure should be checked every few weeks, and certainly before a road trip. If possible have them checked at a tire service center, but always check the pressure ...
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  • Many of you who read our blogs or watch our YouTube videos know that the law firm of Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. has recently successfully completed a case under the Federal False Claims Act or also known as the "whistleblower act". What you may not realize is that many of you have the potential to save all of us taxpayers money by notifying the lawyers of Chaikin, Sherman, ...
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  • There is a concept in the law which is called the " Sudden Emergency Defense ". The sudden emergency defense recognizes that when an individual is confronted with an emergency that is not of his or her making that is sudden and requires an immediate response, that the reaction of the person would not be as careful as that of an individual that had more time to react and because there was not the ...
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  • GEICO and perhaps other insurance carriers will reduce your automobile insurance rate by approximately 10% if you sign up for an online defensive driving class and successfully complete it. Everyone should contact their automobile insurance carrier and find out whether they will give you a reduced rate if you successfully complete this course. While you are at it, make sure that you are receiving ...
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