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Morgan & Morgan Files Lawsuit Against UCF Over Data Breach

We are pursuing a lawsuit against the University of Central Florida for failing to protect private information from hackers. Last month, the university announced that...

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  • Mar 4, 2016

Matt Morgan's Walk for Wishes Returns for Ninth Year

For the ninth year in a row, the Orlando Walk for Wishes will help make children’s dreams come true. This charity walk, sponsored by our...

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  • Mar 3, 2016

FDA Announcement Requires New Warning Label and Clinical Trial for Essure

Tens of thousands of women around the country have been waiting for this moment for months: the Food and Drug Administration has announced the findings...

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  • Mar 3, 2016

Tiny Houses Make a Big Scene

Savannah is a charming antebellum town with flying buttresses that mirror the architecture of New Orleans and wrap-around porches that beseech the likeness of Charleston....

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  • Mar 2, 2016

NY Judge Rules Government Can't Force Apple to Unlock iPhones

The national debate about security and privacy spurred by the FBI’s attempt to unlock a terrorist’s iPhone has taken another turn. A judge in Brooklyn...

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  • Mar 2, 2016

Senate Report Reveals Takata Manipulated Data

A little more than a year after being responsible for the largest auto recall in U.S. history, Takata is once again in the news after...

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  • Feb 29, 2016

Morgan & Morgan Case Leads to Nearly $400,000 Reward for Florida Whistleblower

Adventist Health System has agreed to pay over $2 million to the government in response to healthcare fraud allegations at a hospital in Central Florida....

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  • Feb 26, 2016

Jury Believes Talcum Powder Linked to Cancer, Orders Johnson & Johnson to Pay $72 Million

In the first jury award of its kind, a Missouri jury has awarded $72 million in damages to a woman’s family who claim her longtime...

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  • Feb 26, 2016

Floridians Divided on Fracking

Nearly a month after the Florida House of Representatives passed a controversial bill to regulate fracking, the argument continues as the state’s senate prepares its...

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  • Feb 23, 2016

Simulacra and Simulation: Presenting Visuals in the Modern Courtroom as Evidence

“Believe some of what you see and none of what you hear,” states an old adage popular for combatting hearsay. The former point of that...

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  • Feb 19, 2016

Tire Plant in Hinds County to Create 2500 Jobs

Jackson residents may be able to take advantage of a new employment opportunity with Continental AG at the company’s new tire plant. Mississippi government recently...

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  • Feb 19, 2016

Tallahassee to Implement Ban on Snow

Tallahassee seems to have issued a challenge to mother nature by approving a “Zero Snow” resolution, which calls for the “absolute ban” of snow in...

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  • Feb 19, 2016

Manopause and the Middle Age Crisis: Testosterone Therapy Tied to Heart Attack Risk

We’re all familiar with the stereotype of a forty-year-old male combatting a receding hairline with Rogaine, frantically Googling for help on a low libido, and...

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  • Feb 19, 2016

Mobile Health Unit Rolls Up to the Underserved

Food trucks may be all the rage right now, but mobile systems of commerce exist outside of the food industry. Constructed with the same aesthetic,...

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  • Feb 18, 2016

Floridians Demand State of Emergency Over Okeechobee

Before, the water in lake Okeechobee turned a shade of gold in the sunlight. Now, not only is the second largest freshwater source in America...

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  • Feb 18, 2016