That puppy that you brought home is adorable, cuddly, playful and friendly. But puppies are very “mouthy”. They chew, bite and nibble on lots of things: their toys, the furniture, clothing and … [Read more...] about Training Puppies Not to Bite
The term “golden years” is often used to describe the last decades of our lives. Ideally, this time is golden, a time to slow down, bask in the warm sunshine and enjoy the hard work of earlier years. … [Read more...] about Stealing the Gold from the Golden Years: Financial Elder Abuse
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On Thursday September 4th 2014, Judge Carl J. Barbier, a federal judge in New Orleans, found the company British Petroleum (BP) guilty of “gross negligence” and “willful misconduct” in the April 20, … [Read more...] about “Reckless, Negligent, Responsible, Guilty”: Important Words
The public still does not know most of the circumstances surrounding the disastrous turn of events during Joan River’s recent elective outpatient medical procedure. We know that the state of New York … [Read more...] about Joan Rivers: Did Medical Malpractice Take Her From Us?
The Pregnancy Discrimination Act was passed in 1978. Even though the so-called PDA has been around for over 35 years, it has not ended the practice of workplace discrimination around the issues of … [Read more...] about Work-related Pregnancy Discrimination is Illegal