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How to Retain a Millennial Workforce

The current relationship between employers and employees resembles Tinder dating more so than expert matchmaking. Single track careers, pension funds, and fidelity to a lone...

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  • Jan 18, 2016

Why the FDA Should Revoke Invokana

Invokana (brand name: canagliflozin) is an SGLT2 inhibitor, a class of prescription medicines that are designed to lower blood sugar in adults suffering from type...

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  • Jan 15, 2016

FDA Rejects Onglyza Hybrid Drug

In Oct. 2015, AstraZeneca, the manufacturer of Onglyza, announced that their new combo drug was not approved by the FDA. The FDA rejected the drug,...

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  • Jan 15, 2016

SCOTUS Declares Capital Punishment Laws in Florida Unconstitutional

In a nearly unanimous decision, the Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday, Jan. 12 that the capital punishment sentencing system in Florida is unconstitutional. The court’s...

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  • Jan 13, 2016

John Morgan Shares Secrets to Success in Second Book

What does Pluto, the lovable canine character created by Walt Disney, have in common with our personal injury law firm? In his exciting new book...

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  • Jan 13, 2016

Attorney Keith Mitnik Shows You How to Deal with the Bruises

Mr. Keith Mitnik, senior trial counsel and one of our most prolific trial attorneys, has published a new novel: Don’t Eat the Bruises. The book...

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  • Jan 13, 2016

What to Do Immediately Following a Car Crash

Accidents can happen as you travel to work, visit friends, or see your family for the holidays. The Association for Safe International Road Travel estimates...

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  • Jan 9, 2016

DOJ Files Suit Against Volkswagen

On behalf of the EPA, the Department of Justice officially filed a civil complaint against Volkswagen and its subsidiaries under Sections 204 and 205 of...

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  • Jan 8, 2016

What Business Owners and Employees Need to Do When Disaster Strikes

The immense impact of the Aliso Canyon gas well blowout on Porter Ranch and surrounding towns in California is finally being recognized nationwide, yet one...

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  • Jan 6, 2016

Popcorn Lung: The New "Smoking" Threat

Teen smoking rates are at record lows, curbing the rate of future lung cancer incidence among young adults. However, a toxic chemical in vaping liquids...

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  • Jan 6, 2016

Invigorating Lagging Bus and Walking Networks Could Pay Dividends for the City

Big improvements could be coming to Birmingham’s transit system thanks to a federal grant the city received in December. The program promises to enhance walkability...

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  • Jan 2, 2016

World Diabetes Conference Reveals Pancreatitis Risk from Using Onglyza

During the 2015 World Diabetes Conference, a study presented by Dr. Holman and his colleagues revealed that patients taking DPP-4 inhibitors have an increased risk...

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  • Dec 31, 2015

Wells Fargo Sued Over Aggressive Sales Tactics

Wells Fargo & Co., one of the largest banks in America, is coming under fire for establishing a cut-throat environment for employees that’s led them...

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  • Dec 31, 2015

The Five Biggest Legal Scandals of 2015

While 2015 may have been the year of the legal drama comeback, real-life has proven to be as shocking and suspenseful as any courtroom show....

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  • Dec 31, 2015

Data from Wearable Devices May Soon Be Admissible in Court

Last year, wearable devices made legal news when a personal injury lawyer in Calgary got the data from his client’s Fitbit admitted in court. Since...

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  • Dec 30, 2015