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Neil Eggleston Picked for White House Counsel

W. Neil Eggleston, a white-collar defender in Kirkland & Ellis' Washington office, was named Monday the next White House counsel. Eggleston was picked to replace Kathryn Ruemmler, a former Latham & Watkins partner who plans to stay at the post until mid-M
National Law Journal
added Apr 22, 2014 10:26
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Study Says Legal Marijuana Encourages Teens to Smoke—Suncoast Rehab Center Details Legalization’s Influence on Teen Perception

While proponents of recreational marijuana have continuously lobbied for its legalization, Suncoast Rehab Center pushes for its ban after a recently published study found that pot’s legalization would likely increase its use among teens.
PR Web
added Apr 21, 2014 16:12
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High Inequality Results in More US Deaths than Tobacco, Car Crashes and Guns Combined

In 2009, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) published a study that revealed what seems to be a shocking truth: those who live in societies with a higher level of income inequality are at a greater risk for premature death. Here in the United States, our
Bill Moyers.com
added Apr 19, 2014 13:06
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[Massachusetts] Marshfield Selectmen back plan to ban smoking pot in public

Marshfield Police Chief Phil Tavares has amended a proposed bylaw that would ban public consumption of marijuana on Marshfield's streets to allow qualified patients to consume the drug only in non-smoking forms, such as edible brownies or chocolates.
Wicked Local (MA)
added Apr 16, 2014 09:40
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HHS Secretary Sebelius Resigns

"As she closes this chapter, Secretary Sebelius is extremely thankful to President Obama and very proud of the historic accomplishments of this administration." Sebelius, 65, who has served in the post since the beginning of President Obama's first term
MedPage Today
added Apr 10, 2014 22:44
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Actos Lawsuit Results in Landmark $9 Billion Punitive Damages Verdict

first federal case involving the development of bladder cancer from side effects of Actos, awarding $1.5 million in compensatory damages and an additional $9 billion in punitive damages against Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly.
AboutLawsuits.com (Saiontz & Kirk, P.A.)
added Apr 10, 2014 11:06
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EMISON: Actos Bellwether Trial: $9 Billion Verdict for Plaintiffs

Louisiana jury ordered Japanese drug maker Takeda Pharmaceutical Company and drug maker Eli Lilly & Co. to pay $9 billion in punitive damages ... award likely stems from evidence that Takeda lost or destroyed critical documents from at 46 employees and sa
The Legal Examiner
added Apr 10, 2014 11:01
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[Louisiana] 5th Amendment trumps 1st in prosecution involving unnamed commenters

When an anonymous speaker’s First Amendment rights conflict with a criminal defendant’s right to due process under the Fifth Amendment, which constitutional protection prevails? There’s actually not a lot of precedent on how to balance those competing c
Reuters
added Apr 10, 2014 10:49
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[Louisiana] Court: Newspaper Must Reveal Commenters' Identities

Fifth Circuit panel on Tuesday said the trial judge balanced "the speech rights of anonymous commenters against the due process interests of Jackson" before ordering the newspaper to provide the identifying information for in-chambers review.
National Law Journal
added Apr 10, 2014 10:47
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[Louisiana] The Times-Picayune asks federal appeals court to block handover of online commenter information in ex-NOAH head Stacey Jackson case

NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune has fought the disclosure of any information regarding online commenters in the Jackson case and others. Efforts to unearth such information follow the March 2012 revelation that former Assistant U.S. Attorney Sal Perricone
New Orleans (LA) Times Picayune
added Apr 10, 2014 10:44
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