Connecticut Bar Association Becoming Too Political?

Recently the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) House of Delegates (HOD) met and approved (by a vote of 34 to 14) a motion made by the Chairperson of the CBA’s Human Rights and Responsibilities Section to support and sign onto an amicus brief (friend of the court brief) supporting the constitutionality of An Act Concerning GunRead the Rest... ...

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Use Your Head So You Don’t Lose Your Hand This Fireworks Season!

The following article was published on the National Council on Fireworks Safetyand is so important for families this time of year it is being reprinted in its entirety – Jim Miron.  Washington, D.C.   Using consumer fireworks on our nation’s birthday is as traditional as cookouts and parades.  And it is equally safe if a few commonRead the Rest... ...

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They Are Your Records! Access to Your Medical Records In Connecticut.

Have you ever seen your medical records? Surprisingly, many people have not and, not surprisingly, many people do not know that they have a right to see their own medical records. But it is easy to obtain a copy of your medical records. Of course, in a case where a client has been injured dueRead the Rest... ...

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A Day To Remember Those That Made The Ultimate Sacrifice

Memorial Day honors those that have died while serving in the United States Military. It is not “thank a veteran day”, we can do that on every other day and especially on Veterans’ Day. From the beginning of our time as a fledgling country in 1775 about 1,321,612 have died while serving our country onRead the Rest... ...

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National Dog Bite Prevention Week

  This year, May 18th through May 24th is National Dog Bite Prevention Week. With an estimated 70 million dogs in America we all need to understand how to live together with our furry friends safely. That is why a special week highlighting the prevalence of dog bites and how to prevent them is a good idea.Read the Rest... ...

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‘Why Am I Dead?’ He Never Asked. Here’s The Answer He Never Heard

Thought provoking and moving. Robert Krulwich , Science Correspondent for NPR reblogs Shara Yurkiewicz’s online entry from Scientific American. Krulwich leads us into the story this way: “Shara Yurkiewicz is a med student. She’s doing rounds now, moving from department to department. Much of what she sees, she’s seeing for the first time. Not yet a doctor, there areRead the Rest... ...

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Judge declares Detroit eligible for Chapter 9 bankruptcy

Reid Wilson of the Washington Post writes about how the city of Detroit will become the largest city in U.S. history to declare bankruptcy after a federal judge ruled Tuesday the city had met the legal criteria to win protection from its creditors. To read CLICK HERE ...

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Recycle Paint?!?!

Connecticut  is the third state to pass paint stewardship legislation. This model  legislation ensures environmentally responsible end-of-life management for  leftover architectural paint and relieves state and local governments of the transportation and processing costs for post-consumer paint management. To read more about this groundbreaking program click the link below: http://www.paintcare.org/connecticut/index.php ...

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Harley-Davidson recalls over 29,000 motorcycles to fix clutch issues

(Reuters) – U.S. motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson Inc said on Wednesday it is voluntarily recalling more than 29,000 of its 2014 touring motorcycles because of a problem with their hydraulic clutch system. ...

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Jury Rules for Mark Cuban in Setback for S.E.C.

Examine how the S.E.C. lost its case when a Dallas jury found in favor of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban on October 16,22013 in a civil case that took over five years in this compelling article that deal with insider trading, government regulation and abuse of power and venue. Click HERE to read the story by Ben Protess and Lauren D’Avolio.  Read the Rest... ...

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