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Research report: Aquaculture in transition

Rapid growth in Myanmar’s fish farming industry is supporting higher rural incomes, greater job opportunities, and improved nutrition, health and well-being, according to research by the Centre for Economic and Social Development (CESD), Michigan State University (MSU) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). 658 more words


Policy brief: A quiet revolution emerging in the fish farming value chain

Fish farming (aquaculture) is important to Myanmar’s food security and is developing and transforming quickly in Myanmar. This policy brief presents findings from a field survey of the farmed fish value chain. 168 more words


Pep(less) Rallies at CHS

by Thomas Reardon

The pep rallies at CHS are useless. I believe that they hurt the student population’s school spirit more than they help it. While there are certainly some students that enjoy the half-hearted worship of CHS athletics and watching the awkward activities, that doesn’t describe the majority of students. 199 more words


Legal Specialty Not Required for Affidavit of Merit

A Law Division judge has held that an Affidavit of Merit in a legal malpractice suit does not need to be issued by an attorney who practices in the same area as the lawyer being sued.  265 more words

Erik Anderson

3rd Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds Conviction of Sen. Wayne Bryant

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the criminal conviction of Senator Wayne Bryant for corruption.  As a result of his conviction, Bryant was sentenced to four years in prison. 478 more words

Erik Anderson

Defense Verdict for Doctor Who Amputated Man's Penis

A Kentucky jury rendered a verdict in favor of a doctor who amputated a part of the penis of a man without first obtaining his consent.  215 more words

Erik Anderson

The New Jersey Supreme Court holds that the right to trial by jury attaches to a Rova Farms bad faith claim.


The NJ Supreme Court recognized in Rova Farms Resort, Inc. v. Investors Insurance Co. of America, 65 N.J. 474 (1974) a “bad faith” cause of action against an insurer.  1,147 more words

Erik Anderson