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Ruling Expands Protections For Whistleblowers

  • March 21, 2014
  • Auto Product Liability
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Remember Sherron Watkins? She was the accounting executive who blew the whistle on Enron’s “creative accounting” practices, which included hiding risky investments and financial losses by creating special purpose entities and inflating assets and profits. In 2002, TIME magazine named Watkins one of its persons of the year, praising her for her “exceptional guts and
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Tips to Keep the Winter Holidays Safe

  • November 24, 2010
  • Law & Information
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The holiday season means more traveling, more time with friends, and more parties. Unfortunately, for revelers in Maryland and across the U.S., it also means snow and ice, driving without daylight during the long nights, and other situations that increase the risk of a car accident ruining your holiday festivities. To keep you and your
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