SC jury: trucking firm whose 18-wheeler rear-ended van on I-26 must pay $33.6 million
SC jury rules that the trucking company owner of an 18-wheeler that rear-ended a van on I-26 must pay two injured passengers in the car a total of $33.6 million.
Michigan State says legal pot vote won't change campus rules
EAST LANSING (AP) — Marijuana is becoming legal in Michigan but not at Michigan State University.
Idaho Supreme Court rules Medicaid expansion is legal
BOISE — The Idaho Supreme Court has ruled that a voter-approved initiative expanding Medicaid in Idaho is constitutional.
Firm, in expansion move, poaches top lobbyist from rival group
The expansion to Tampa represents Capital City Consulting’s first satellite office.
Tampa tech firm Newgentek hiring 20 following expansion
TAMPA Information technology company Newgentek plans to hire 20 new employees over the next two years following an expansion of its Tampa headquarters.
What Canada got right about legal pot
It turns out that when you legalize marijuana, a lot of people show up to buy it. That development seemed to surprise cannabis controllers in Canada, where shortages were reported almost immediatel…
How the prospect of legal pot is reviving Delavan
Delavan, founded on a history of prohibitionism, is seeing a revival thanks to a medical marijuana growth facility. Residents there see some benefits and
Why legal pot is suddenly in big danger
An Attorney General Jeff Sessions could immediately come down on the marijuana industry like a 400-pound bale of pot.. Maine news, sports, politics, election results, and obituaries from the Bangor Daily News.
State: Legal pot sales top $100M in Massachusetts
BOSTON (AP) — Legal marijuana has reached a milestone of sorts in Massachusetts as sales of recreational pot climb over the $100 million mark.
Warminster firm offers legal advice for injured workers
Warminster law firm Brilliant & Neiman will host a seminar on workers' compensation Sept. 25 at its offices.
Thorny questions threaten to slow legal pot in New York
Efforts to legalize marijuana for recreational use in New York are gaining steam, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo predicts a bill will pass this year. But don't expect to see pot shops opening up from Brooklyn to Buffalo anytime soon.
MSU: Legal pot vote won’t change campus rules
MSU says the use and possession of marijuana still will be prohibited at any university building or property
Dispute over rules riles California's legal pot market
LOS ANGELES (AP) - California has finalized its rules governing the nation's largest legal marijuana market, a milestone coming more than a year after the state broadly legalized cannabis sales for adults But a dispute over home deliveries into communities that ban pot sales could end up in court. And the hundreds of pages of dense regulations are unlikely to resolve other disputes, including how purity…
Curious about legal pot? Here’s how the industry is preparing for new users
Consumer appetite for powerful pot products is expected to grow, should Proposition 64 pass. Concentrate manufacturers in California are gearing up for a potential crush of new customers, who might be unfamiliar with some of these alternative forms and require instruction about how to use them safely.
Federal Laws and How They Can Affect Your Trucking Accident Injury Claim
Sponsored content from Thomas J. Henry Law Published Photo: Gettyimages 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Without trucking, modern life could not exist. Trucking touches every aspect of our lives, therefore, it needs to be strictly regulated – something the government does. Unfortunately, these federal laws can be confusing, potentially leading to mistakes with personal injury claims. Here’s what you need to know about federal laws…
Capitol Watch: Lawmakers pivot to legal pot, rent rules
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York state lawmakers who delivered a budget on time this past week are turning their attention to thorny debates over legalizing recreational marijuana and renewing
Why your firm should seek Top Workplace honors
The program identifies 100 Cincinnati area organizations that excel at organizational health and employee engagement.
District seeks legal advice in simmering boiler issue
TAKING HEAT — Heating boilers at the recently renovated Joy Elementary School are prompting debate among Board of Education members. At left is one of two undersized boilers that were put in place due to a design error, and need to be replaced. At right is a larger, correctly sized boiler that has been installed to replace the other undersized unit, while the other replacement is pending. At issue is whether the school district should pay the cost difference for the two larger…
Parks and Rec to seek legal advice
An official at the Jamestown Parks and Recreation Commission on Monday said that legal counsel will be sought regarding an unresolved parking matter with Pingree-Buchanan Public School District.
Legal Loop: Four ways to position your firm for success in 2019
It’s not easy being a lawyer these days. The legal landscape is changing quickly due to increased globalization, competition from non-traditional legal providers, and rapid technological advances. …