John Bair

Gender Diversity is Lacking in Tech Jobs

“The world may have changed a great deal for women in America over the last 100 years, but there’s still work to be done.” – Women En Mass On Wednesday, the world celebrated International Women’s Day. People from all over the […]

Roopal Luhana

House Proposes Two Bills that Would Severely Restrict Consumer Rights

The U.S. House of Representatives recently proposed two new bills that, if passed, could seriously limit and restrict the rights of U.S. citizens to seek justice in court. The first, H.R. 985, is called the “Fairness in Class Action Litigation […]

Chris Nace

Do U.S. Hospitals Make the Grade with Maternity Care?

In an era when individuals are bearing more of, if literally not all, the financial burden for their health care coverage, we are seeing a much more heightened selection process in regards to where these consumers go for medical treatment […]

John Bair

Avoiding Tax Scams as April Approaches

This week, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced its “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams. The annual list highlights schemes taxpayers may encounter throughout the year, many of which peak during tax-filing season. Taxpayers must be diligent in guarding against […]

T. Thomas Metier

Can A Written Agreement Extend the State Statute of Limitations?

Can parties write an agreement that negates the law? This question was considered in a Ponzi scheme case C. Randel Lewis v. Steve Taylor, No. 13CA0239, Court of Appeals of Colorado, Division IV (Feb. 9, 2017). In 2006, Steve Taylor […]

John Bair

Patients with Special Needs Treated as Part of Give Kids a Smile Day

I am so proud to see the efforts in my hometown to welcome and include people with special needs in yet another important way. The University of Buffalo’s School of Dental Medicine is the only university in the nation to […]

David Mittleman

MSU – The Next “60 Minutes” Segment will be on the 20 Years You Failed to Listen to the Young Girls

Last night, nationally renowned TV news magazine show “60 Minutes” featured former MSU doctor Larry Nassar’s involvement with USA Gymnastics.  Nassar made a name for himself “treating” high level athletes, including Olympians.  USA Gymnastics claims to have contacted the FBI […]

Mark Bello

Shallow Water Blackout – The Silent Killer of Swimmers

Did you know that prolonged or repeated breath holding is dangerous? The family of a 21-year-old man who died after going into cardiac arrest while performing a grueling underwater endurance process have reached an out-or-court settlement of $600, 000. In […]

T. Thomas Metier

What Happens When the Plaintiff Dies After the Verdict, but Before Final Judgment?

Under Colorado law, when a plaintiff in a personal injury action dies, his death extinguishes his entitlement to noneconomic and punitive damages. But what happens when the plaintiff is awarded those damages by a jury, but dies between the verdict […]

Thomas Greer

Battling Birth Injuries with New MRI Technology

Diagnosing health issues with newborns can be a difficult task. Worse yet, many problems require early, if not immediate, detection in order to avoid the risk of permanent damage. Fortunately, there is a tried and true technology that is steadily […]