October 23, 2014 by John David in Intellectual Property, Litigation

FairfieldNodal Sues Wireless Seismic, Inc. for Patent Infringement, Seeks Damages

Exploration Products Willfully Sold Globally in Violation of FairfieldNodal Intellectual Property SUGAR LAND, Texas (Oct. 23, 2014) – FairfieldNodal, a leading designer and manufacturer of seismic surveying and exploration systems, recently filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Wireless Seismic Inc. in the U.S. Eastern District Court in Texas, claiming that

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September 22, 2014 by John David in Litigation, Medicaid Fraud, Uncategorized

Georgia Doctor Files Medicaid Fraud Suit Against Tanner Medical Center

ATLANTA (September 22, 2014) – Prominent Georgia psychiatrist Randy Warner recently filed a lawsuit against Tanner Medical Center, Inc. under the Georgia False Medicaid Claims Act (GAFMCA). The “whistleblower” lawsuit, filed in June by the Pete Firm, P.C. but unsealed earlier this month, is brought by Dr. Warner on behalf

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September 02, 2014 by John David in LawsuitPressRelease.com Blog

4 Marketing Tips from Successful Attorneys

When it comes to law firm marketing, no single solution works for all attorneys or all law firms. For example, personal injury attorneys use a mass-market approach, which can turn them into household names, while other attorneys abhor the idea of purchasing any advertising, cringing at the thought of a

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August 25, 2014 by John David in Litigation, Uncategorized

Ware, Jackson, Lee & Chambers LLP Client Prevails Against Estate of Anna Nicole Smith

Claims for Marshall family billions by estate of former Playboy model thwarted after years of litigation HOUSTON – August 25, 2014 – Attorneys from Ware, Jackson, Lee & Chambers LLP claimed victory this week after defending the estate of Texas billionaire J. Howard Marshall from years of legal claims by

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July 16, 2014 by John David in LawsuitPressRelease.com Blog

How Much Should Law Firms Spend on Marketing?

Clients often ask us how much they should spend on marketing their law firm each year. It is a simple fact that marketing is going to cost money. However, it’s how you spend your money that makes a difference. You want to create a budget that matches your marketing goals.

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March 12, 2014 by John David in Uncategorized

Trial Date Set in Wiretapping, Racketeering Case Against Tanner Medical Center

ATLANTA  (March 12, 2014) – A trial date was set for September 15, 2014 in a highly publicized lawsuit alleging wiretapping and racketeering against Tanner Medical Center.  An amended lawsuit, filed in the Superior Court of Carroll County by law firm Gary Bunch, P.C. on behalf of prominent Atlanta physician

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March 03, 2014 by John David in Litigation

Northern Trust Sued for Punitive Damages in Case of Severely Disabled Woman

Financial Company’s Reckless Incompetence Costs Accident Victim Millions MIAMI (March 3, 2014) – Attorneys for a severely disabled Lauderhill, Fla. woman recently amended a lawsuit against The Northern Trust Company to include a claim for punitive damages.  Citing reckless and grossly negligent behavior and conduct that constitutes conscious disregard or indifference

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March 20, 2013 by John David in Litigation, Privacy
  • Comments Off on Georgia Doctor Files Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Tanner Medical Center; Complaint Alleges Racketeering, Eavesdropping, Infliction of Emotional Distress

Georgia Doctor Files Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Tanner Medical Center; Complaint Alleges Racketeering, Eavesdropping, Infliction of Emotional Distress

ATLANTA (March 20, 2013) – Prominent Georgia psychiatrist Randy Warner this week filed an amended lawsuit against Tanner Medical Center alleging racketeering, fraudulent billing, wire fraud, invasion of privacy and the infliction of emotional distress among other misdeeds.  The lawsuit, filed in Superior Court of Carroll County by attorney Gary

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September 05, 2012 by John David in Litigation

Colorado Springs Prisoners File Appeal for Violation of Constitutional Rights; Six Men Convicted in Software Fraud Case Demand New Trial and Immediate Release

Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sept. 5, 2012) – Six Colorado Springs men serving prison sentences for fraud following the government raid of their software company recently filed motions for release pending appeal.  According to legal filings, Kendrick Barnes, Gary L. Walker, Demetrius K. Harper, Clinton A. Stewart, David A. Zirpolo and

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July 24, 2012 by John David in Litigation, Privacy, Sexual Harassment

Judge to Hear Critical Motion in “Racy Texts” Lawsuit Wednesday; Privacy Suit Against City of Homestead, Council Members Heats Up

WHAT:  Judge Lester Langer will preside over the City of Homestead’s motion for summary judgment in the lawsuit filed by former Homestead Deputy City Manager Johanna Faddis against the city and six sitting council members.  Faddis claims the city and council violated her privacy when they released copies of private

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