Monday, December 27, 2004
Levofloxacin, the generic form of Levaquin Mylan wanted to produce, is used to treat a variety of conditions, including bronchitis, sinusitis and urinary tract infections, according to the article.
The legalization of the gray machines has brought gambling to every corner, which makes gambling away a whole month's pay easier than it has ever been. A bill outlawing ATMs at these easy-access establishments would be a modest measure to prevent problem gamblers from gambling away their entire bank accounts.
Tuesday, December 14, 2004
The Third Circuit affirmed, but avoided the "delicate intricacies" of the man's claim of national origin and religious discrimination by finding that he had suffered no adverse employment action:
Although Storey’s complaint speaks of being discharged because of his national
origin and religion, Storey concedes that he was fired because he refused to
cover or remove his Confederate flag symbols when his employer told him to. In
fact, Storey alleges the security guard captain told him that “he had been fired
because of his stickers.” The record reflects that, had Storey complied, he
would not have been terminated. Rather, he would have continued working for
Burns as a “Confederate, Southern American” and Christian. Therefore, even if we
assume arguendo that he is a member of a protected class and if we further
accept the claim that the Confederate flag may be viewed as a religious symbol,
Storey still has not established a cause of action.
Saturday, December 11, 2004
Is "the Grid" the next "big thing" after "the Web?"
Thursday, December 02, 2004
Justice McGraw Sues Over Election Ads
December 2, 2004
He Accuses Massey President, WOWK's Owner of Libel
By BRIAN FARKAS
The Associated Press
State Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw has sued the chairman of Massey Energy Co., a former state Democratic chairman and a Charleston-based media group, claiming his failed re-election bid was damaged because of misleading political ads involving the case of a sexual offender.
The libel lawsuit centers on broadcast ads that criticized McGraw for his vote in support of a March Supreme Court ruling that allowed Tony Dean Arbaugh Jr. to remain on probation.