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Pharmaceuticals

Nathan Holmes

Pharmaceuticals in Our Water Part 3: Section 2, Subpart B – Scientific Explanation of Pharmaceutical Contamination, Environmental Impact

While the link between the consumption of pharmaceutically contaminated water and ill health effects in humans has been insufficiently studied, there is no shortage of studies establishing deleterious effects to animals living in environments with pharmaceutically contaminated waters. Such effects include...

2019-10-20

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Pharmaceuticals

Nathan Holmes

Pharmaceuticals in Our Water: Part 2 – Section 2, Subpart A – Scientific Explanation of Pharmaceutical Discharge, Human Impact

Most pharmaceuticals in the water occur in concentrations far below prescribed dosages. Nevertheless, micro-dose exposure to many drugs over a long period poses great human health risk.[8] Pharmaceuticals are designed to effect biological change, and thus these compounds pose a greater risk to human health than other anthropogenically- originating...

2019-10-12

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Pharmaceuticals

Nathan Holmes

Pharmaceuticals in Our Water: Part 1 – Introduction

Pharmaceuticals are in our rivers, streams, lakes, oceans, and ground and soil waters. A U.S. Geological survey conducted from 1999-2000, found at least one of ninety-five organic wastewater contaminants, such as “antibiotics, other prescription drugs, non-prescription drugs, steroids [and] reproductive hormones” in eighty percent of...

2019-09-30

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Trademark Law

Nathan Holmes

Lebron James’ “Taco Tuesday” Trademark Application Denied by USPTO

Lebron James doesn’t miss often, but he missed in his attempt to trademark the phrase “Taco Tuesday.” This off season Lebron has been posting stories on social media about enjoying tacos on Tuesday nights with family and friends. These stories, with Lebron doing his now trademark “Tacooooooo Tueeeeeessssday” yell, have been a huge hit...

2019-09-23

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White Collar Crime

Admin

Section 1 – Trusts, restraint of trade

The first section of the Sherman Antitrust Act targets specific business conduct that is anticompetitive by nature. The text of the first provision reads: "Every contract, combination in the form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce among the several States, or with foreign nations, is declared to be illegal."

2019-09-15

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White Collar Crime

Admin

What is the Sherman Act?

The Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 (15 U.S.C. § 1-7) has been one of the most enduring pieces of legislation in the nation’s history. Passed in an effort to protect consumers from collusive anti-competitive behavior by market participants, the statutes are still applied over a century later to prohibit agreements that unreasonably restrain market competition.

2019-09-02

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Estate Planning

William C. White, II

Reasons You Should Form an Estate Plan

Every individual, regardless of age or financial status, should consult an estate planning attorney to determine what happens upon their passing. The purpose of this plan is to anticipate and arrange for the disposal of assets in an organized manner. Often, questions arise concerning probate, and inadequate tax planning leaves heirs with a bill they did not expect to have to pay.

2018-12-02

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Criminal Defense

William C. White, II

Represent yourself? Don’t be a fool.

Abraham Lincoln once said, “He who represents himself has a fool for a client.” President Lincoln was an attorney first, and felt no one (including an attorney) should represent themselves in a court case. History tells us that Honest Abe didn’t originate this idea, which appeared in writings as early as 1814 by the lesser known Henry Kett.

2018-11-30

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Criminal Defense

William C. White, II

3 Questions To Ask: How To Hire The Right Attorney For YOUR Case

If you are the suspect in a criminal investigation, you probably want to find the best attorney you can afford. But how do you do that?First, you have to narrow down the attorneys that you want to interview. There are thousands of criminal defense attorneys, and you simply don’t have time to meet with all of them. Narrow your list down to just a few law firms.

2018-09-01

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Criminal Defense

William C. White, II

Infographic: The Advantages of Hiring an Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney

Hindsight is 20/20. Few adages are more true, and prisons are filled with men who learned this lesson the hard way. If you are charged with a crime, any attorney won’t do. You need the best possible attorney, one with extensive experience and a high success rate with cases like yours.

2018-07-24

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