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Rare Disease Day ® 2015 - Theme of the Year: Care

Theme: Living with a Rare Disease – Slogan: Day-by-day, hand-in-hand

2015 marks eight consecutive, successful years of Rare Disease Day. Continuing the momentum, Rare Disease Day 2015 puts the focus on the daily lives of patients, families and caregivers who are Living with a Rare Disease. 347 more words

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Keystone Cop Vetoes Keystone Pipeline

(PNI.  Nottawa, Canada.)

As anticipated, President Obama vetoed a bi-partisan Congressional bill which would have authorized the commencement of the Keystone pipeline for the transport of oil in high volume from Canada to Cushing, Oklahoma.   166 more words

The cold never bothered us anyway...

Now that CORRUPTED has hit the virtual shelves, we’re getting ready to gear up for book three. It’s definitely a busy time here at Croucher Towers. 226 more words

Writing

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Here is the latest post by Angela and Daz Croucher to their blog A.D. Croucher! They are up-and-coming young adult authors. Check them out!

My Early Years

This estate was the first of its kind in the country and was intended to house the people from the courts of Norwich which had become slums. 513 more words

LEGAL DANGERS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING

Social networking has become so pervasive in our society that it is not going to disappear, at least anytime soon. However, aside from the issues which normally are raised, such as people revealing too much about their lives, whereabouts, plans, and opinions, there are serious legal implications and risks involved in posting information online, and many people are not aware that the information they post, or even information they don’t post, but can be tracked back to an electronic device they are using, can be used against them in court or in another official proceeding. 534 more words

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Check out Faye Cohen’s post to her blog Toughlawyerlady!

ASKING FOR A LITTLE RESPECT

As Aretha Franklin sings in her song, all of us want, need, and expect a little respect. As a lawyer, and as a frequent participant in the legal system, because I regularly appear in courts and at hearings of all types, and I am often in court and government offices doing one thing or another, I too expect a little respect. 793 more words

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Check out Faye Cohen’s post to her blog Toughlawyerlady!