Archives for January 2014
By: Jonathan A. Knoll, Attorney
If you have been watching television lately, then you probably have heard about a treatment advertised as a way to boost men’s energy and health. This treatment, called low testosterone therapy, is being marketed to men over the age of 30 as a way to increase their muscle mass, boost their sex drive, and improve their energy. Options for testosterone replacement include an injection, patch, pellets, and a gel.
What does it mean to have low testosterone and how is it diagnosed?
Forced Arbitration: How Bad Business Avoids Accountability — And Makes Millions — at the Expense of the Public & Fair Business
By: Vess A. Miller, Attorney
The right of every person to an open and public jury trial of his or her civil case is so fundamental to the American system that the Founders made it the Seventh Amendment to the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. But, today, Bad Business is using forced arbitration to make it so that no case can be brought in open court—a practice even the most business-friendly organizations, like the Wall Street Journal, now have to admit is unfair.
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January is often touted as “Divorce Month” due to the influx of divorce filings at the start of the new year. So why the flood of filings? The holiday season can cause a lot of stress for couples due to mounting expenses, spending increased time with extended family and in-laws, and the pressure of meeting social and professional obligations for attending get-togethers and parties.