A small data storage-technology company filed lawsuits against Cisco Systems Inc. and others in federal court in Texas, claiming patent infringement. The lawsuits were filed by Crossroads Systems Inc. against Cisco, NetApp Inc. and Quantum Corp. in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, alleging infringement... 
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Don’t rest on your own laurels. Get others to toot your horn for you. Did you do a good job with a difficult group insurance client? Ask for a testimonial for your website. Did you help a couple reduce their insurance costs by being creative? Ask for a testimonial for your website. What others say about you can bring... 
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I’m in the process of getting organized to help teach a bunch of Boy Scouts about water safety for their swimming merit badge class.  And it appears that the lessons are as important as ever. It’s not even mid-May yet, and Austin has apparently had its first summer drowning.  Earlier this week a 28 year... 
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An auto accident took the lives of two drivers when a 24-year-old woman driving an SUV crossed the center line and collided head-on with a truck driven by a 41-year-old man. Emergency personnel reported that both vehicles were mangled. Both drivers died at the scene. Was the female driver distracted, negligent, or... 
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Wrongful death lawsuits are being filed more than a year after an apartment building fire claimed the lives of four people. Although the deaths were ruled accidental, loved ones of the victims claim wrongful death and negligence. The lawsuits allege that the landlords did not have the required number of properly working... 
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This is almost a no-brainer, but amazingly, there are still some agents out there who figure the best way to get leads is to find and generate them on their own. If that’s how they want to do business, more power to them. Over time, that go-getter attitude gets worn down and many see that buying leads makes far more... 
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These days, if the inebriated person will allow it, others will take away his or her keys to prevent the person from driving. In the future, that may not be necessary thanks to a vehicle that may be able to determine if you are too drunk to drive. Currently, scientists are working with two different technologies that... 
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By: Giulia Frasca, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, (IDEA), statute expressly provides that students with disabilities are to be educated and included with their non-disabled peers to the “maximum extent appropriate.”  This requirement is sometimes referred to as the “least... 
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Thousands of veterans who served during the Gulf War in the 1990s continue to report mysterious symptoms, especially short-term memory loss and debilitating fatigue, over 20 years later. The collection of ailments that active duty soldiers and veterans reported after the operation to oust Saddam Hussein from Kuwait... 
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A Cut for Nothing

// May 8th, 2014
Because patients are usually not in a position to judge the medical necessity of most surgical procedures, they often rely on the advice of a surgeon, often neglecting to obtain a second opinion. These aggressive measures haven’t always made patients healthier; in fact, undergoing unnecessary surgery often times... 
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