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Pediatricians Accuse Florida of Making Children Sick for Financial Reasons

By Jeff Brown |

On August 20th, CNN Wire covered a personal injury story like no other; the story of pediatricians claiming that the state of Florida harmed sick children in order to benefit political donors. Reportedly, the children were switched out of Children’s Medical Services (CMS), a section of Florida Medicaid, and into other Medicaid insurance plans… Read More »

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Future Commercial Litigation Issue? Banks & Tech Firms Battle Over Your Data

By Jeff Brown |

The New York Times featured an interesting article on March 23rd concerning the battle between banks and Silicon Valley concerning your personal financial data. Specifically, technology companies have been building services that assemble information such as your bank account and credit card records—once you supply the records—with banks now concerned about what information is… Read More »

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Antitrust Lawsuit Filed Against Cell phone Chip Supplier

By Jeff Brown |

On January 17th, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed an antitrust lawsuit against Qualcomm (QCOM), the lead supplier of chips used by our mobile phones. The company has been accused of  conducting a monopoly in the market via their patent-licensing terms with phone partners.; specifically, of strong-arming Apple into using its product in iPhones… Read More »

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Housing That Is Dangerous and Unfair To Consumers

By Jeff Brown |

Recently, the New York Times reported on an issue that is hurting residents all over the country, not only in terms of injury and harm, but also in terms of civil rights, contracts, and consumer protection. The article details the many moldy, decrepit, and unfit homes that have been and continue to be turned… Read More »

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Lawsuits Will Be Critical in Protecting People’s Rights over Next Four Years

By Jeff Brown |

As the U.S. prepares to welcome in a new administration, advocacy groups are predicting that litigation will be key in protecting citizens’ civil rights under state and federal commercial laws, including consumer protection and employment laws. Because it is anticipated that there will be fewer opportunities to collaborate with the administration before certain laws… Read More »

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