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"There have been only nine occasions on which this court has suspended an attorney's license for two years or longer without staying any part of the penalty. In light of the facts and circumstances of this case, I cannot agree that the respondent should be the 10th member of this Ring of Dishonor," West Virginia Supreme Court Justice William R. Wooton wrote.
'Ridiculously Low': NJ's Proposed Cap on Med Mal Damages and Attorney Fees Has Plaintiffs Bar Miffed, Defense Bar Mum
"This is trying to stop or dissuade lawyers from taking these cases which is what has happened in many other states," said David Mazie of Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman. "They reduce litigation because it's not worth it for lawyers to take these risks and bring these cases. At the end of the day, the people who get hurt are those truly hurt by medical malpractice."
Federal Judge Tosses Plaintiffs Experts, Eliminating Thousands of Zantac Lawsuits
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Using Anti-Bribery and Corruption Regimes for ESG Concerns
Compliance leaders recognize that Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is a growing concern for U.S. companies, but face challenges in determining how to embed compliance structures into their programs. One solution is to look to already existing anti-bribery and corruption (AB&C) compliance measures.