Archives for November 2010

Bakari Sellers Recognized in Ebony Magazine’s Power 100

We are very proud to announce that our own Bakari Sellers has been named in Ebony magazine's "The Ebony Power 100." Ebony selected the top 100 emerging leaders in sports, academia, religion, business, environment, science & tech, entertainment, arts and letters, fashion, politics, media, activism and health. Bakari, age 26, was recognized for … [Read more...]

Prison Fight at Lee Correctional Leaves 3 Officers, 4 Inmates Injured

The State newspaper reported that 3 officers and 4 inmates were injured during a prison fight at Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville, SC. According to the report, a fight among inmates broke out at approximately 9:00AM on Monday. The officers were injured when they attempted to break up the fight. The officers were transported to a … [Read more...]

“Partridge Family” Actor Charged with DUI

WIS News 10 reported that teen heartthrob David Cassidy was charged with driving under the influence in Florida last week. Officers stopped David Cassidy at approximately 6PM on Wednesday afternoon after they witnessed his vehicle swerving. Cassidy informed officers that he had consumed one glass of wine at lunch and taken a pain pill later in … [Read more...]

DOE Letter Rallies Against Bullying, Hints At Potential For School Liability

In this post, I wanted to expand upon my previous article on bullying by exploring bullying victim lawsuits and looking into whether a school may be liable if a student is bullied. It is rather timely considering the U.S. Department of Education just issued a "Dear Colleague letter"to school districts, colleges and universities across the … [Read more...]

U.S. Department of Justice Files Suit Against BlueCross BlueShield For Anti-Competitive Practices

The United States Department of Justice (USDOJ), through the State of Michigan's Attorney General, filed suit last week against BlueCross BlueShield of Michigan for alleged anti-competitive practices in its contracts with hospitals. The Complaint states that BCBS of Michigan (BCBS) violated the Sherman Act and the Michigan Antitrust Reform Act by … [Read more...]

Top 5 Mistakes Drivers Make When Stopped for DUI in South Carolina

DUI in South Carolina is a serious offense with serious penalties. It is important for you to know what to do if stopped by an officer for driving under the influence. Below is a list of 5 mistakes NOT to make if you are pulled over for driving under the influence. Do not answer any questions about how much you have had to drink. You should … [Read more...]

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