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  • AAJ Identifies the Worst Corporate Conduct of 2018
    AAJ Identifies the Worst Corporate Conduct of 2018

    To support corporate interests, the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) annually releases a list of the year’s Top 10 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits . According to Insurance Journal , “It’s the ...

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  • Worst Corporate Conduct of 2017
    Worst Corporate Conduct of 2017

    2017 was littered with some of the worst corporate conduct in recent memory. Several company's images were tarnished by their actions against certain claims and accusations that caused public outcry. ...

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  • Forced Arbitration Clauses Combated by New CFPB Rule
    Forced Arbitration Clauses Combated by New CFPB Rule

    For decades, many large banks and companies have relied on forced arbitration clauses in client or consumer contracts to more or less avoid lawsuits that could damage their own finances and ...

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  • Distracted Driving Is a
    Distracted Driving Is a "Dangerous Epidemic," According to Top Highway Safety Official in Louisiana

    April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and people are taking notice. In Louisiana and across the country, distracted driving remains a serious problem, claiming the lives of countless ...

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  • Traffic Deaths in the U.S. Rise for a Second Year in a Row
    Traffic Deaths in the U.S. Rise for a Second Year in a Row

    Newer cars with high safety standards have been manufactured, and hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on driving dangers (e.g. drunk driving, texting while driving, failure to buckle your ...

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  • Make big trucks and buses physically unable to speed, regulators suggest
    Make big trucks and buses physically unable to speed, regulators suggest

    An idea has been generated by two safety regulators, saying that big trucks and busses should be physically limited in speed. The proposed action would supposedly reduce fatal accidents by trucks ...

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