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Blog Posts in October, 2014

  • Police Investigating DC Rabbi Discover More Cameras, Concerned Rabbi May Have Spied on Towson Students

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. || 28-Oct-2014

    By: Allan M. Siegel DC Rabbi Barry Freundel, a prominent Jewish leader and religious studies professor, made international headlines when he was arrested earlier this month and charged for voyeurism. At the time of his arrest, it was alleged that Freundel had been secretly recording female members of his synagogue – Kesher Israel – as they used a ritual bath. Since the arrest, ...
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  • Autopsy Confirms Chiefs' Linebacker Jovan Belcher Suffered From CTE

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. || 27-Oct-2014

    By: Allan M. Siegel On December 1, 2012, Kansas City Chiefs' linebacker Jovan Belcher, who was just 25, shot his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins. His mother and daughter were in the next room and were left unharmed. Belcher then sped away to the team's practice facility where he shot himself in front of the Chiefs' General Manager and Coach. Jovan Belcher suffered multiple incidents of ...
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  • GM Raises the Official Death Count to 19 as a Result of its Ignition Switch Defect

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. || 24-Oct-2014

    By: Allan M. Siegel GM released a significant update when it raised the official death count from 13 to 19. These deaths occurred as a result of GM's defective ignition switches cutting power to the airbags and the power steering causing drivers to lose control and crash. This update is significant because it took lawyers for injured parties over a decade of numerous legal battles just to get ...
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  • Georgetown Rabbi Barry Freundel Taken Into Custody for Invasion of Privacy, Voyeurism Charge

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. || 15-Oct-2014

    By: Joseph Cammarata On Tuesday October 14 th, Rabbi Barry Freundel of the Kesher Israel Congregation synagogue in Georgetown was arrested by DC police and charged with voyeurism. According to officials, Freundel was taken into custody following a search of his home, five blocks from the synagogue on N Street, NW. Freundel is considered one of the area's leading rabbis, and has led the Kesher ...
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  • Pedestrian Deaths on the Rise, and Distracted Walking is Playing a Role

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. || 13-Oct-2014

    By: Allan M. Siegel Everyone has heard about distracted driving and the role it plays in car accidents and the danger it poses to others on the road. But how many of us have thought about "distracted walking" or "distracted crossing"? We have all done it – walking or crossing a street and becoming too focused on our phones, whether it is reading emails, sending text ...
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  • More Lawsuits Filed Against Johnson & Johnson for Knowingly Marketing Defective Mesh

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. || 10-Oct-2014

    By: Allan M. Siegel Johnson & Johnson is facing 16 new lawsuits this month from plaintiffs who suffered harm and losses after using a medical device known as Prolene® Mesh. Prolene mesh is a synthetic material used during hernia surgery and as a treatment for pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence in women. According to the latest series of lawsuits filed in New Jersey at ...
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  • University of Michigan Changes Policies Following QB's Concussion

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. || 6-Oct-2014

    By: Allan M. Siegel On a Saturday afternoon at the end of September, University of Michigan Quarterback Shane Morris took a crushing blow from a defensive player that brought him to the ground. When he tried to get up, Morris was visibly shaken and disoriented. Rather than remove him immediately from play, Michigan coaching staff left the sophomore in for two more plays. Because a neurologist on ...
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