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The local business world, much like the natural world, functions as an ecosystem. This doesn’t mean that businesses are decomposing and releasing carbon, but it does mean that individual companies operate in conjunction – and sometimes competitio Read More »
Filing a lawsuit may seem like an unnecessary hassle, but it does not have to be. Before filing a lawsuit, it is important to do some background research and talk to experienced legal attorneys to find out the viability and profitability of your clai Read More »
Privacy often feels like a luxury. Even on your own property. From small suburbs to big cities, home and business owners often find it difficult to find space to themselves. Whether it’s nosy neighbors or an unsightly building next door, the Read More »
Exploring the Demand for More Walkable Communities A majority of Americans want to live in walkable communities. This shift in rental and real estate preferences has continued to grow, with 60 percent of Americans reporting a desire to live in Read More »
A Guide to Wrongful Death Laws in the State of Illinois The unexpected loss of a loved one is a tragedy. The emotional pain, suffering, and grief can be difficult to bear – and if someone caused that person’s death – it can feel nearly impossib Read More »
Americans are spending more time than ever stalled in traffic. While the problem continues to get worse, many urban planners are pointing to traffic management technologies as the solution. In a report from the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Read More »
A Gamunex-C recall has been announced, as the drug’s manufacturer voluntarily pulls the product from shelves. What does this mean for individuals taking Gamunex-C and are there potential lawsuits to follow? What is Gamunex-C? Gamunex-C ( Read More »
Local authorities and U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration employees are investigating a vaporized liquid nitrogen leak at a northeast Georgia poultry plant that killed six workers last Thursday. The Associated Press reports that other Read More »
What is the Duty of Care? “Duty of care” is a common term in courtrooms across the country. It’s a principle that each member of society is expected, and obligated, to uphold. Individuals, groups, and companies are required to act with a Read More »
Researchers have detected microplastic particles in the placentas of unborn babies for the first time, a discovery that could mean long-term fetal developmental damage. The Guardian reported that in a study, published in Volume 46 of The Journal Envi Read More »
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