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What is a Smart Contract: Will Lawyers Be Automated?

A smart contract is a preprogrammed contract that automatically executes if certain predefined conditions are (or are not) met.  The Ethereum project defines a smart contract as a collection of code (its functions) and data (its state), all of which reside at a specific account…

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Voluntary Recall of Smoking Cessation Drug Chantix

For the last 15 years, adults have been able to use Chantix to try to quit smoking. The prescription medication manufactured by Pfizer is taken for no more than 24 weeks and works by interfering with receptors in the brain blocking the “pleasurable’’ effects of…

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Will Michigan Sex Abuse Victims Have More Time To Seek Justice?

The Michigan Legislature will soon consider two bills that give sex abuse victims more time to pursue justice. If passed, the bills would make it easier for thousands of victims, including those abused by Dr. Robert Anderson, to recover damages. Anderson was a physician and…

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Check Your Sunscreens! More Recalls Due to Benzene

For the second time in less than three months, aerosol sunscreens are being pulled from shelves due to the detection of benzene, a dangerous human carcinogen. On September 30, Coppertone announced a recall of five of its products because of the presence of benzene in…

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What Legal Options Are Available for Those with Recalled Philips CPAP Devices?

Sleep apnea is a condition that causes people to experience irregular breathing when they sleep, leading many to wake up gasping for breath throughout the night. The possible complications of sleep apnea on the estimated 25 million Americans who suffer from it can be serious:…

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EPA Sued Over Paraquat Re-Approval

Environmental and agricultural workers groups have sued the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) after it issued an interim re-approval for paraquat. Advocates allege that paraquat places agricultural workers in harm’s way and at an increased risk of developing Parkinson’s disease and additional health conditions, like respiratory,…

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Opioid Distributors Reach Settlement with Cherokee Nation

In September, the Cherokee Nation reached a settlement agreement with three of the largest opioid distributors in the country. AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson have agreed to pay $75 million to the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma for their role in the opioid epidemic. This settlement…

A Pro-choice activist holds a sign in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC

Mississippi Abortion Law Heads to the Supreme Court in December

On one side, hundreds of religious and anti-abortion groups have officially gone on record, letting the nation’s highest Court know their stand – life begins at conception.  On the other side, hundreds of women, including many high profile athletes, have also voiced their opinion –…

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