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Posted on Mar. 2 2015.
Required and Optional Auto Insurance in Virginia
Posted on Jan. 22 2015.
How to Increase Your Credibility
Posted on Dec. 24 2014.
Holiday Driving Tips
Posted on Nov. 20 2014.
Failure to Market Could Result in Loss of Benefits
Posted on Sep. 19 2014.
What Is Contributory Negligence?
Posted on Aug. 18 2014.
I recently read Inside O’Bannon Ruling and the Beginning of the End of NCAA Inc. by Paul Barret in the Bloomsburg Businessweek, and would love to start a discussion about what you think.
Posted on Aug. 8 2014.
In this month’s video blog I wanted to share with you the ruling for the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court Case and invite you to discuss your thoughts.
Posted on Jul. 21 2014.
How Will GM Compensate Victims of Bad Ignition Switches?
Posted on Jul. 7 2014.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in the case of Riley v. California, that the police must first obtain a warrant before searching a person’s cell phone incident to an arrest.
Posted on Oct. 11 2013.
Read MoreIn recent months the case of The State of Arizona v. Arias, raised an interesting question: “I thought only the lawyers can ask questions; how can jurors be allowed to question a witness (in the Arias case, the defendant)?”