As the Little Angel’s mother, I really need the professionals in our lives to do their jobs, do them fully, and do them correctly. Repeatedly I feel let down by them, and I just don’t know what to do. 833 more words
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In a case involving licensing rights for early musical recordings of Bob Marley and the Wailers, the 9th Circuit ruled that an antitrust defendant’s assertion of the Noerr–Pennington defense does not implicitly waive the attorney–client privilege. 463 more words
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.- Governor Rick Scott today announced approximately 1,600 people, up from an estimated 750 people, will be moved off the Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Medicaid waiver waiting list. 516 more words
Landry Jones (QB, Pit, 24) – More of dynasty stash for those not making the playoffs this season. The Steelers drafted him in the 4th round to maybe be the QB of the future and with Big Ben fuelling rumours of him possibly leaving the team in the near future, Jones could be starting even as early as 2014. 401 more words
Licensed Professionals cannot have clients sign releases, it’s not who is offering the services, it is, is the professional licensed by the state.
Licensed people are prohibited by either state law or their ethics from having a client/patient sign a release.
Taylor v. L.A. Fitness International, 2010 Phila. Ct. 997 more words