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  • Connecticut DUI Laws and Information

    Connecticut DUI Laws and Information

    DUI Law 08/23/2010

    You are legally intoxicated if your blood alcohol content (BAC) is .08 or above. If you are under 21 years of age, you are legally intoxicated at a .02 BAC or higher. Under Connecticut's Implied Consent Law any person who operates a motor vehicle is ...

  • Arkansas DUI information laws

    Arkansas DUI information laws

    DUI Law 08/23/2010

    Blood Alcohol Content A police officer may pull you over for DUI or DWI if you are not accelerating smoothly, stop abruptly, weave out of your lane, or drive dangerously. The most common test for alcohol is the blood alcohol concentration (BAC). In A...

  • Armstrong Teasdale Adds Three New Associates

    Armstrong Teasdale Adds Three New Associates

    Law Firm News 08/23/2010

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP announces the arrival of associates Irina Sandler, Lauren Ashley Smith, and Adam R. Wuller. “The subtle shift in the economy has brought about additional business and afforded us the opportunity to add talent,” said...

  • Law Firm Websites  - Radio’s Deadly Stunts

    Law Firm Websites - Radio’s Deadly Stunts

    Legal Marketing 08/18/2010

    The Insider Exclusive presents: “Radio’s Deadly Stunts- The Jennifer Strange Story.” We go behind the headlines with Roger Dreyer of Dreyer Babbich Buccola Wood, LLP, the Strange family’s lead attorney, to uncover the real fac...

  • David Boies Urges ABA Members

    David Boies Urges ABA Members

    Practice Focuses 08/09/2010

    David Boies challenged America’s lawyers to “bring the rule of law to its full fruition here in this country … to fulfill the goals and lofty rhetoric of our founding fathers,” as the keynote speaker at the Opening Assembly o...

  • ABA TO HOST CYBER SECURITY DISCUSSION

    ABA TO HOST CYBER SECURITY DISCUSSION

    Legal Business 08/03/2010

    Computers and networks have brought an entire world into our homes and law offices. As it turns out, the world is full of thieves, spies and hostile armies.  What are the risks of cyber “insecurity,” and what can we do about them? &n...

  • Immigration to rich countries fell during crisis

    Immigration to rich countries fell during crisis

    Political and Legal 07/12/2010

    Immigration to rich countries dropped during the global economic crisis, reversing five years of annual increases as the demand for labor fell, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Monday. A report showed that 4.4 million pe...

  • American Bar Association Finds Kagan “Well-Qualified”

    American Bar Association Finds Kagan “Well-Qualified”

    Elite Lawyers 06/28/2010

    The American Bar Association Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary has rated U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice nominee Elena Kagan as “well-qualified,” the highest mark the committee offers. Since 1953, the ABA has had a role in ...

  • Gibson’s Lawyer Slams Grigorieva’s Claims

    Gibson’s Lawyer Slams Grigorieva’s Claims

    Court Watch 06/28/2010

    Mel Gibson’s lawyer slammed Oksana Grigorieva’s claims that she had been treated cruelly by Mel and that he hadn’t been paying child support.  His lawyer actually termed her claims as “sensational allegations” becau...

  • JON ATZEN JOINS SHEPPARD MULLIN LOS ANGELES

    JON ATZEN JOINS SHEPPARD MULLIN LOS ANGELES

    Law Firm News 06/10/2010

    Jon Atzen has joined the Los Angeles/Downtown office of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP as a partner in the firm's Corporate practice group and member of the Emerging Companies practice.  Atzen most recently was a partner at DLA Pipe...

  • CA court rejects Jackson doctor child support deal

    CA court rejects Jackson doctor child support deal

    Family Law 05/09/2010

    Michael Jackson's former doctor lost a bid in a California court to resolve a child support issue that threatens his Nevada medical license. A Santa Clara County Superior Court commissioner rejected a bid Thursday by attorneys for Dr. Conrad Murray t...

  • Six companies recall blinds, shades after deaths

    Six companies recall blinds, shades after deaths

    Consumer Rights 03/23/2010

    Six companies are recalling millions of window blinds and shades, following the deaths of three children who got caught in cords that help the coverings move up and down. The recalls, announced Wednesday by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, inv...

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