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March 8, 2016

Remembering Flight MH370

Several years ago I stopped calling aviation disasters “airplane accidents.” There are airplane crashes, collisions, or disasters, but not “accidents;” nor are there incidents or mishaps.

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December 18, 2015

When Pharma Leads To Fraud

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The current poster child for greed in health care just might be 32-year-old Martin Shkreli, a now former pharmaceutical CEO, who created a public outcry in September when he raised the price of Daraprim more than 55 times.

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December 15, 2015

Drones: Naughty or Nice this Christmas?

Okay, let’s face it, drones are fun. That is why more than a million Americans are expected to receive or buy a drone this holiday season. They were not built in Santa’s workshop so it is important to remember that drones are not toys but aircraft.

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September 25, 2015

The Soul of our Practice…Our Clients

I’ve been a lawyer for long enough to have done a little bit of everything from representing state agencies to dealing with disastrous divorces and sending criminals to jail. I’ve found satisfaction and much joy in helping my clients, and among those that have touched my heart the most are the victims of asbestos exposure.

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September 18, 2015

Effects of Asbestos Exposure Continue to Devastate Americans

Asbestos exposure is responsible for the deaths of 12,000 to 15,000 Americans every year. That is, according to a new study released by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) Action Fund. This is a stark increase from numbers released by the CDC and suggests that the true toll of asbestos exposure is even worse than previously thought.

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September 10, 2015

9/11: Standing in Remembrance, Fighting for the Living

This day will never be an easy day: not for survivors, not for the families of victims and not for the people who witnessed firsthand the most tragic day in American history. It will never be an easy day for any American, but it is a day that makes us come together—in pain, in remembrance and in solidarity—as a nation.

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