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Are state courts still in the stone age?

Are state courts still in the stone age?

Federal district and bankruptcy courts generally audio-record conferences, oral arguments, hearings, and trials. Besides, a court reporter is typically present to transcribe the proceedings in real-time as they occur. In comparison, many state courts have been very...

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Americans are let down by drug company error

Americans are let down by drug company error

On December 9th, the FDA announced a nationwide recall by a pharmaceutical distributor because of a "product mix-up" which resulted in sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra, "inadvertently packaged together" with trazodone tablets, which treats major depressive...

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Medical Chronology and its Components

Medical Chronology and its Components

What is a Medical Chronology? A Medical Chronology is a report that provides a concise, factual, and informative summary of the claimant’s medical history. As attorneys, you juggle multiple cases. Sifting through huge volumes of medical records can be time-consuming....

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