May 17, 2016

Uber Pays Out

By |May 17, 2016|In the Media|0 Comments

Uber is having a pretty tough time battling lawsuits on the West Coast. Two lawsuits are aimed at Uber for the way they treat their clients as well as their drivers. The initial suit against Uber was originally filed in 2014, in both the cities of Los Anglos and San Francisco CA. The suit was [...]

Apr 12, 2016

Discounted But Not Really a Deal—Dynamic Pricing and Deception in the Digital Age

By |Apr 12, 2016|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

Internet retailers are starting to run afoul of the Federal Trade Commission with their deceptive use of list prices and virtually fictional suggested retail prices in order to entice buyers into thinking that they are getting a good deal when they buy online. Dynamic pricing, as the practice has come to be known, according to [...]

Apr 6, 2016

Suing the Federal Government

By |Apr 6, 2016|Privacy Rights|0 Comments

More than 500 years ago in England, the Magna Carta was developed after the citizens of England decided they did not want the King making all the decisions. Nor did they want to have the King's henchmen make the decisions. Thus was born the concept of trial by jury (criminal or civil). Now here we are [...]

Mar 16, 2016

Researchers Claim that Alzheimer’s Disease Might Be Transmittable

By |Mar 16, 2016|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

Researchers who have conducted autopsies made the discovery that suggests that Alzheimer's disease may be transmitted during certain medical treatments. A story in the journal, Nature, reports on a series of autopsies performed in January 2016, on individuals who died of Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease (CJD), a disease with similar symptoms to Alzheimer's but causes death in [...]