Author Archives: Aaron Krivitzky

Inmate claims jail lost his leg

A state prison inmate has filed suit claiming that workers at Davidson County prison lost his prosthetic leg.

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Merck, insurance plans settle Vioxx suits for $80M

Health insurers, unions and other private groups that paid for prescriptions for withdrawn painkiller Vioxx have reached an $80 million settlement with its maker, ending another part of the multipronged litigation.

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Rival Kansas newspapers settle federal suit

A 121-year-old newspaper and an upstart rival published by its former employees have settled a federal lawsuit, ending an unusual battle over newspaper cutbacks.

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Should you switch to Linux?

Are you tired of your computer running poorly and frustrated with software failure or inadequate technical support? Is your PC or Mac slowing down your practice? Maybe you should consider switching to Linux, a free open-source operating system known for ...

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ABA panel: Economy forces attorneys to get down to business

With many law firms around the country shedding attorneys, some practitioners are opting to start their own firms, either by choice or out of necessity. But a panel at the American Bar Association annual meeting in Chicago last week emphasized that in order to do that a solo practitioner needs to combine business savvy with legal ambition.

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