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[New York] With Silver Allegations, 'Prestige' Hire Backfires for Weitz & Luxenberg

The complaint doesn't claim that Weitz & Luxenberg did anything illegal, or that it knew how Silver was allegedly procuring his referrals. In fact, it states clearly that Silver "never told" Weitz & Luxenberg's managing attorney or the lawyers leading its
Litigation Daily
added Jan 23, 2015 11:48
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[New York] US v Sheldon Silver Complaint

Records reflect that SILVER was credited with referring more than 100 clients to the firm, the majority of which were referred for potential asbestos litigation, rather than negligence or other types of personal injury litigation as SILVER had claimed
Scribd
added Jan 23, 2015 00:13
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[New York] Sheldon Silver Abused Power to Amass $4 Million

When Silver joined Weitz & Luxenberg in 2002, Taub asked him if the firm would donate to the research. That’s when Silver asked Taub to refer patients to Weitz & Luxenberg, effectively asking for a bribe, according to the investigators.
The Epoch Times English Version
added Jan 22, 2015 17:10
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ARCHIVE: Paging Dr. Ross / A doctor who defends corporations from "inconvenient" science has a secret of his own.

After his release from prison, Ross answered another ad in the New York Times, this one for a "staff assistant" at ACSH. Ross told president Elizabeth Whelan that he'd been convicted of a crime, done time in prison, and no longer possessed a medical licen
Mother Jones Magazine
added Jan 21, 2015 14:17
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[UK] JTI tears down tobacco gantries at two retailers convicted for selling illicit tobacco

has sent out a strong message to retailers that illegal tobacco will not be tolerated. The company has ripped out tobacco gantries from two Berkshire stores after the retailers were prosecuted for selling illegal cigarettes. Her Majesty’s Revenue and
The Grocer (uk)
added Jan 21, 2015 10:21
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[UK] Alcohol licence revoked for raided Lincoln shop selling illegal cigarettes

Police raided on November 6, 2014, the European Foods store on the High Street, seized 8,000 cigarettes and arrested two men. Then on January 19, 2015, the City Council agreed with Lincolnshire Police that the premises had been actively involved in the
The Lincolnite (uk)
added Jan 21, 2015 10:07
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[New York] ARCHIVE: Misdemeanor cases over alleged untaxed cigarettes preceded fatal police incident with Eric Garner

Eric Garner had run afoul of the law several times for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes before his fatal confrontation with police on Thursday, court records show... Garner was busted on March 28 for allegedly selling unstamped cigarettes on the str
Staten Island (NY) Advance
added Jan 20, 2015 23:27
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[New York] ERNST: 'What's the Big Deal With Selling Cigarettes?'

Furthermore, when this incident is analyzed through historical data and proven crime-fighting strategies, we see that the Garner incident is like so many other police-citizen encounters which produce an end result of less crime.
American Thinker
added Jan 20, 2015 23:18
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Mexico Fights Electronic Cigarettes as Their Sales Increase

Health authorities have seized the biggest shipment of electronic cigarettes in Mexico’s history, more than 9,000 units of a product whose use is banned in this country but which, according to experts, is increasing due to the unproved belief that they he
Latin American Herald Tribune (ve)
added Jan 20, 2015 13:08
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[Ireland] €120m boom for cigarette smugglers

Border-based Provo smugglers are importing around €90m worth of tobacco products a year, mainly from the Far East. Based on the experience of Australia, the first and only country to bring in the plain packaging, they estimate the IRA-controlled trade her
Irish Independent (ie)
added Jan 19, 2015 10:19
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