• June 12, 2021

Keith Richards life

Book Review: Life by Keith Richards The autobiography of Keith Richards, the famous Rolling Stones guitarist, is out now and ready to be consumed by fans around the world. He has narrated the book in a very interesting, content-rich and enjoyable way. However, credit should be given to author James Fox for writing this book…

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Workplace fashion has gone casual: should lawyers join the trend?

Recently, a local legal event featured an attorney as its speaker. The speech was smart and professional, delivered with confidence and poise. But I have good information that many attorneys present ignored the material and the speaker’s performance. They focused on her clothes: blue jeans and a button-down blouse. The outfit was not a crime.…

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Conspiracy Theory in the Salton Sea: A Brief Fictional History of Intrigue, Corruption, and Deception

In 2019 there was a secret meeting between various socialist elites who had been plotting for decades to take over America. They had been successful in getting people to elect or appoint the highest offices and agencies in our government. They now control the best law schools in the Ivy League and run many of…

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Control self-assessment

Background Control Self-Assessment (CSA) is a technique that was originally developed by Gulf Canada in 1987. In March 2000, the European Commission approved a technical document on CSA. In the United States, when the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was implemented in 2007, section 404 of the Act required companies to conduct a top-down risk assessment that CSA…

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Graduate Student Loans: Essential Facts and Information

The choice to go to graduate school is a huge one, and one of the biggest barriers is the financial burden it imposes. With more and more students going to undergraduate universities, the pressure to improve their curriculum often leads to more schooling. The problem with this is that most students don’t graduate with $…

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A Stepfather’s Story – Sergeant Philip Harrison

An All-State guard in high school, James Toney, was offered a basketball scholarship to play at Seton Hall. James struggled with drug addiction. In 1973, he was jailed for drug possession while his son was still a baby. When he was released, James agreed to give up his parental visitation rights to his son’s stepfather,…

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Looking back 40 years – A circle closes

TS Eliot must have attended some school meetings of his own when he wrote: “We will not stop exploring, and the end of all our exploration will be to get to where we started and get to know the place for the first time.. “I just got back from my 40-year reunion in law school.…

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How to Prepare a Personal Injury Settlement Booklet

Thoroughness is the key when preparing a settlement brochure or lawsuit package to try and settle an injury case. Here are 32 tips drawn from over 20 years of experience that included a checklist or template to make sure your brochure is as comprehensive as possible. (Note: In this checklist, the “settlement brochure” is sometimes…

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Imo Lawyers Reflect On Supreme Court Ruling On Imo Status

“It is the right of every man, in parliament or outside it, in the press or on broadcast, to make fair comments, even frank comments, on matters of public concern. Those who comment can deal faithfully with everything that is done in a court of law “. – Lord Denning in R vs. Metropolitan Police…

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What Makes a Great Personal Injury Lawyer?

We all injure ourselves in life, but most of these incidents are self-inflicted and not too serious. However, when a second party is involved and the outcome is catastrophic, the need for a great personal injury attorney is created. Most of these injuries are caused by accidents that cause permanent changes such as disability. Most…

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