by:Jeff S. Gibson, Attorney The House Energy & Commerce subcommittee held a hearing on November 14, 2012 to gather the facts surrounding the fungal meningitis outbreak that has sickened over 475 people and killed 33 people across 19 states. The big question on lawmakers’ minds is ‘could this outbreak have been prevented?’ However, this is… Continue Reading »
by: Melissa L. Stuart, Attorney Bullying is a difficult situation for any parent to handle. When your special needs child is the target of the bullying the situation can become even more sensitive. Here are some tips that I shared with the Friendship Circle for dealing with bullying.
by: Jonathan Knoll, Attorney One of the most important qualities for a young associate, as well as any person starting out in their profession, is being versatile. Whether it is volunteering for an assignment or pitching in at the last minute to help finish a project, being flexible is not only an essential element of… Continue Reading »
by: Edward B. Mulligan V, Attorney The phrase “pro bono” comes from the latin phrase “pro bono publico” which means “for the public good.” It is generally used to refer to free services that a professional provides to non-profits, charitable organizations, and those who cannot afford to pay. Pro bono work is a part of… Continue Reading »