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Anonymity While Online is a Right (access required)

A subscriber to America Online has a constitutional right to online anonymity, but the subscriber can’t hide behind that privacy right if he used a “chat room” to defame a former employer, and share insider information that could affect the ...

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Elder Law: Geriatric Care Managers (access required)

“Mrs. Goodbody called again,” the secretary says as the lawyer returns from lunch. “She can’t remember if she took her medicine, she says she needs a ride to the doctor’s office on Thursday, and she’s afraid a cab won’t come ...

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Claimant Wins On Issue Of Write-Offs (access required)

The struggle over doctors’ write-offs has surfaced in a new forum: the Workers’ Compensation Commission. The fight is a familiar one to personal-injury partisans. It may involve an insured trying to collect the entire amount billed by a health-care provider ...

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Jury Reform In Virginia (access required)

Virginia’s rules on jury service should be changed to inform jurors that they may take notes during trial and discuss a case during trial breaks, according to a jury reform group. Trial judges swore in over 4,000 juries in the ...

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