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  • Where Were the Whistleblowers in Dallas Buyers Club?
    Where Were the Whistleblowers in Dallas Buyers Club?

    By: Allan M. Siegel In the era of Edward Snowden, the general public is acutely aware of whistleblowers . Many of us have come to respect and appreciate the laws which protect the people who come ...

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  • Jury Awards $16 Million Dollars To Severely Brain Damaged Woman In NYC Subway Lawsuit
    Jury Awards $16 Million Dollars To Severely Brain Damaged Woman In NYC Subway Lawsuit

    By: Allan M. Siegel In December of 2008, Maria Alcantara, a 60 year old native of the Dominican Republic living in New York City, suffered a fall that would catastrophically alter the rest of her ...

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  • How Secure is Online Shopping?
    How Secure is Online Shopping?

    By: Allan M. Siegel Online shopping is a pervasive part of our everyday culture. We use the web to buy gifts, trade stocks, and subscribe to services. Each time we use the web to purchase an item or ...

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  • Researchers Suggest Concussions Cause Changes in Brain Matter
    Researchers Suggest Concussions Cause Changes in Brain Matter

    By: Ira Sherman A recent study of Canadian hockey players is suggesting that concussions cause visible changes in brain matter, as well as inflammation. The study – which was published earlier this ...

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  • DC Mayor to Propose Rules to Implement Athletic Concussion Protection Act of 2011
    DC Mayor to Propose Rules to Implement Athletic Concussion Protection Act of 2011

    We are getting one step closer to protecting youth athletes from concussions in the District of Columbia. On Friday, February 14, Mayor Vincent C. Gray, through the Department of Health, will publish ...

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  • Federal Officials Give Green Light on Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication Technology
    Federal Officials Give Green Light on Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication Technology

    By: Allan Siegel On Monday February 3, Federal officials from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced plans to move forward with vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology. ...

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