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DENVER - -- Kaplan Morrell, the premiere Workers' Compensation law firm serving various communities across Colorado, is thrilled to announce its recent recognition as the Best Law Firm in multiple locations across the state by Best Lawyers.com. The firm..
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CCHR and its Task Force Against Racism, headed by NAACP chapter president, Rev. Fred Shaw, lash out against coercive psychiatric practices that African Americans are subjected to.
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NEW YORK - -- Today marks the debut of LEXamples.com, a new platform launched by LEXamples, Inc. This innovative website offers streamlined and user-friendly access to a wide array of legal documents referenced as exhibits in Securities and Exchange...
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In the wake of the World Health Organization, World Psychiatric Association and European Psychiatric Congress condemning coercive psych practices, a mental health watchdog asks why an APA Meeting has failed to do the same.
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SEWELL, N.J. & BLACKWOOD, N.J. - -- The Local Finance Board (LFB) has opened an investigation into possible ethics violations by Laurie Burns, the acting mayor of Washington Township and Clerk of the Board for Gloucester County. Information has come..
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The Kryder Law Group, LLC Highlights Disturbing State by State Trend of Rising Traffic Fatalities
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Complaint lists over 48 sex crimes in Walmart bathrooms against women and children
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SEWELL, N.J. & BLACKWOOD, N.J. - -- The process to appear on a ballot is as simple as obtaining 50 signatures from party residents on a petition and turning it in to the town clerk. But in OHanlon's case, Deputy Clerk, Barbara Moore, denied the...
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Up to 45% of mental health inpatients have experienced sexual violence, with one hospital saying its rate of patient sexual assault was within the "industry norm."
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SEWELL, N.J. & BLACKWOOD, N.J. - -- Fearing the overwhelming support for OHanlon, Acting Mayor Laurie Burns and her political insiders have taken their corruption to a new low by manipulating the democratic process to prevent reformer William...
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CHICAGO - -- Chicago-based divorce lawyer Corri Fetman, who catapulted herself onto the world stage with her controversial Playboy spread and "Life's Short. Get a Divorce" billboard featuring sexy male and female bodies is about to do it again...with...
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The watchdog group points to the estimated $8 billion in annual mental health fraud, including in for-profit behavioral facilities, revealing how they exploit insurance by keeping patients hospitalized for financial gain.
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TP Transcription Limited awarded the UKAS ISO 27001:2022 accreditation following an extensive and detailed audit.
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SEWELL, N.J. & BLACKWOOD, N.J. - -- The campaign of William O'Hanlon, Democratic candidate for Mayor of Washington Township, today responded to remarks by Star-Ledger columnist Karin Price Mueller in her recent opinion piece titled "I Believe in...
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BLACKWOOD, N.J. & SEWELL, N.J. - -- William OHanlon, Democratic candidate for Mayor of Washington Township, is calling on current Acting Mayor Laurie Burns to commit fully to the role or recuse herself from the upcoming election. OHanlon argues that..
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American Indian and Alaska Native people are being defrauded in a mental health system that has harmed them for centuries; government suspends 100 behavioral providers in crackdown on fraud.
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. - -- In a significant legal victory for tenant rights, the St Joseph County Circuit Court in South Bend, Indiana has issued a default judgment awarding over $866,000 to a tenant in a rental habitability lawsuit against a negligent...
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With hundreds of thousands of involuntary psychiatric holds in the U.S. annually, the mental health industry watchdog raises awareness about tools to protect against this abuse.
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CCHR joins survivors of electroshock torture in NZ in condemning a very late apology issued by a psychiatric association, spanning half a century of neglecting the abuse endured. The group wants justice for victims of analogous abuse in the U.S.
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Plaintiffs seek punitive damages of $1 billion dollars for systemic risks