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Do Banks Discriminate? More Often Than You Think

Two lawsuits filed against JPMorgan Chase last week serve as a reminder that discrimination is still alive and well in the banking industry. The bank...

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  • Jan 24, 2017

Will Driverless Cars Save Us From Dangerous Roads?

Deaths on U.S. roads are up from 2015, which was already a record breaking year. More than 35,000 people were killed in motor vehicle accidents...

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  • Jan 19, 2017

These 2 Trial Warriors Tried 46 Cases Just Last Year

Morgan & Morgan isn’t a personal injury firm. We’re a trial lawyer firm. What’s the difference? In an industry filled with claim-adjusters with law degrees,...

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  • Jan 12, 2017

Volkswagen Agrees to Plead Guilty, Pay $4.3B Settlement

On Jan. 10, Volkswagen agreed to plead guilty to three criminal felony counts and pay $4.3 billion in penalties to settle the infamous alleged emissions...

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  • Jan 11, 2017

Heating Is Second-Highest Cause of Fires in U.S.

If your apartment’s heating system is controlled by your building’s superintendent, you might have sat around before in multiple layers, shivering, waiting for signs of...

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  • Jan 11, 2017

Your ID Might Be Invalid for Domestic Travel in 2018

Traveling by air can be a huge hassle, as seats on planes get smaller, lines get longer, and checked baggages fees soar year over year....

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  • Jan 10, 2017

NY’s Strict Statute of Limitation on Child Sex Abuse Could Change in 2017

As liberal as New York State is considered in terms of civil rights, there is one area of the law where critics believe the Empire...

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  • Jan 9, 2017

New Year Gets Off to a Great Start As Minimum Wage Increase Hits 19 States

The New Year is already bringing much joy to many Americans, as a minimum wage increase will take effect throughout the country. 19 states are...

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  • Jan 9, 2017

Venetian Causeway Closed Again in December, Worrying Miami Bicyclists

It looks like last years’ repairs to the Venetian Causeway weren’t enough to get the job done, because the bridge was closed yet again last...

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  • Jan 9, 2017

What’s Holding Up Access to Medical Marijuana in FL?

As of Jan. 3, medical marijuana is officially legal in the state of Florida. Amendment 2 was passed this November with 71 percent of votes,...

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  • Jan 5, 2017

Pope Francis Takes 'Zero Tolerance' Stance on Clergy Sex Abuse

As countless people around the world rang in the New Year and made their 2017 resolutions, the Holy See issued a more solemn vow. Pope...

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  • Jan 4, 2017

For The People Scholarship Winner Announced

This summer, we announced our first annual For The People Scholarship and encouraged incoming and current law school students to apply. Giving back is a...

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  • Jan 4, 2017

Philly’s Helpful Vape Laws Could Spread to More of PA

With the emergence of vaping and e-cigarettes in the past decade, federal and state crackdowns on the products - many of which were untested -...

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  • Jan 4, 2017

Birth Defects Are the Leading Cause of Death Among Infants

Birth defects are the leading cause of death for newborns in the U.S., killing one in every five infants, according to the U.S. Center for...

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  • Jan 4, 2017

What to Know When it Comes to Amusement Park Ride Safety in Atlanta

In May, Six Flags Over Georgia plans to introduce a new ride with cars programmed to rapidly twist and turn 360 degrees as it moves...

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  • Jan 3, 2017