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A Transport Truck Exploded In Ontario, Canada. How Could This Have Been Prevented?

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In October, a terrible tragedy struck in Northern Ontario. A veteran truck driver and father of nine was among those killed in a devastating pileup which killed three people and set off a massive fireball on the highway. The incident, according to police, involved at least four transport trucks and three fuel tankers and spilled … Continue reading “A Transport Truck Exploded In Ontario, Canada. How Could This Have Been Prevented?”

Now Is The Time To Embrace Voice Search

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Voice Search Ranking How to adapt voice search in your SEO strategy and what are we doing for Voice Search Optimization. Voice Search is undeniably growing at a rapid pace, and for good reason — it’s fast, convenient, allows you to search on the go, and it’s becoming part of the devices that consumers are … Continue reading “Now Is The Time To Embrace Voice Search”

A Trucking Company Owner In Canada Was Just Jailed For a Collision – Here’s Why That Matters

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On February 13, 2014, a transport truck operated by Ontario-based ABI trucking collided with the vehicle of an off-duty police officer. He died on-scene. Investigators quickly found that the accident could have been prevented – over the course of five days, the truck was driven for nearly one hundred fifteen hours. That on its own … Continue reading “A Trucking Company Owner In Canada Was Just Jailed For a Collision – Here’s Why That Matters”

Is a tweeted question defamatory? 6th Circuit rules for James Woods over Nazi salute tweet

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Home Daily News Is a tweeted question defamatory? 6th Circuit… Celebrities By Debra Cassens Weiss Posted February 28, 2019, 11:55 am CST Photo of James Woods in 2013 from Shutterstock. A question mark at the end of a tweet by actor James Woods gave him protection in a defamation suit by a Bernie Sanders supporter. … Continue reading “Is a tweeted question defamatory? 6th Circuit rules for James Woods over Nazi salute tweet”

Want to fly a drone? You have to play by the rules

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Home Daily News Want to fly a drone? You have to play by… ABA Techshow By Jason Tashea Posted February 28, 2019, 11:45 am CST Kenton Brice, left, director of technology innovation at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, and Russ Cochran, the general counsel for the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs … Continue reading “Want to fly a drone? You have to play by the rules”

Texting app wins ABA Techshow’s Startup Alley

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Home Daily News Texting app wins ABA Techshow’s Startup Alley ABA Techshow By Jason Tashea Posted February 28, 2019, 10:32 am CST JurisBytes won the 2019 Startup Alley competition at ABA Techshow 2019 on Wednesday. “For this to be our first trade show, it’s very exciting for all of us,” says Ryan Mullis, founder and … Continue reading “Texting app wins ABA Techshow’s Startup Alley”

What tech gear do you use at your law firm, and how is it helpful to you?

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Home Daily News What tech gear do you use at your law firm,… Question of the Week By Elissa Gray Posted February 27, 2019, 2:57 pm CST Image from Shutterstock.com. In the 21st century, law firms no longer run on just paper and pencil. Legal technology is a booming industry, which is why lawyers and … Continue reading “What tech gear do you use at your law firm, and how is it helpful to you?”

SCOTUS rules 6-3 for inmate whose lawyer refused to file appeal notice because of waiver

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Home Daily News SCOTUS rules 6-3 for inmate whose lawyer… U.S. Supreme Court By Debra Cassens Weiss Posted February 27, 2019, 1:09 pm CST Shutterstock.com. U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh joined with Supreme Court liberals on Wednesday in ruling for an Idaho inmate who claimed ineffective … Continue reading “SCOTUS rules 6-3 for inmate whose lawyer refused to file appeal notice because of waiver”

DC Circuit rejects challenge to Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel

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Home Daily News DC Circuit rejects challenge to Robert Mueller’s… Constitutional Law By Debra Cassens Weiss Posted February 26, 2019, 2:52 pm CST Special counsel Robert Mueller. A three-judge panel for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit unanimously rejected on Tuesday a challenge to the appointment of special counsel Robert … Continue reading “DC Circuit rejects challenge to Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel”

Judge asked for ladder to climb Statue of Liberty and was denied request for safety concerns

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Home Daily News Judge asked for ladder to climb Statue of… Judiciary By Debra Cassens Weiss Posted February 26, 2019, 11:04 am CST A federal magistrate judge who wants a firsthand look at a Statue of Liberty protest site will likely have to stay on the observation deck. U.S. Magistrate Judge Gabriel Gorenstein of the … Continue reading “Judge asked for ladder to climb Statue of Liberty and was denied request for safety concerns”

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