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The Litigious Society Wednesday, March 12
British litigant Jane Mulcahy was turned down twice recently in her attempts to sue her former divorce lawyers for negligence — though they had won her case, defeating her husband's contentions. The lawyers were negligent, she said, because they …
Location, Location … Wednesday, March 12
Clients Richard and Sandra Weiner filed a lawsuit in Paterson, N.J., in January against their former real estate agent, Robert Lindsay, who they said had a blatant conflict of interest while offering the Weiners' house for sale. The agent allegedly, …
INSULT TO INJURY Wednesday, April 9
On trying to commute by bike in Jacksonville
It's a Dog's Life Wednesday, March 12
As Americans know, Canada's health care system, funded largely by taxes, is dramatically less expensive than America's — well, unless you're a dog. The Canadian news service CTV reported in February that increasingly, pet owners in Winnipeg, …
Noise Is Golden Wednesday, April 9
The Formula One circuit is generally thought to attract fans as a showcase of motorcar technology and racing skill, but organizers of the Australian Grand Prix (the first of the 19 races on the annual circuit) threatened a lawsuit in March against …
Ya Pay for It One Way or Another Wednesday, March 12
The Internal Revenue Service might have second thoughts about suing William Berroyer to recover a $60,000 tax underpayment since, by the time Berroyer was finished with them, the federal government had been ordered to write Berroyer (now age 66) …
Bring 'Em to the Yard Wednesday, April 9
Amelia Boomker, 36, of Bolingbrook, Ill., celebrated her acceptance into the Guinness Book of World Records in March, recognized for donating more than 127 gallons of her own breast milk to critically needy babies in the Midwest. The donations came …
Inaccurate, Irresponsible, OffensiveThe Crime City column “Hell Hath No Fury” [Wes Denham, Dec. 18, 2013] was factually inaccurate, irresponsible and offensive. The article implied that …
Unclear on the Concept Wednesday, March 12
Michael Williams, 53, was arrested in Sumter, S.C., in February after his debit card was rejected as payment at the Applebee's restaurant. Police were called when Williams' backup form of payment was a "U.S. currency" bill in the denomination of $1 …
Most Commandments Violated Wednesday, April 9
James Chatten, 46, pleaded guilty in January to several Commandment violations stemming from a July incident at Christian Horizons church in Peterborough, Ont. Chatten brought a prostitute into the church for sex after hours, and stole money from a …
 
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