admin Jun. 9, 2015, 3:09pm
“Fraction” is a fascinating word. Everyone knows that it denotes a portion of something else, and that it can refer to a piece of any size – from almost none to almost all to anything between 0 and 100 percent. More often than not, when we hear the word “fraction,” we think of something small.
admin May. 28, 2015, 3:21pm
“Clean” and “green.” Those words sound nice, don't they? Good, wholesome, natural.The problem with nice words like those is that they mean something completely different when the Left gets hold of them and redefines them for the purpose of imposing their will.What, for instance, is a “clean job” or “clean energy”? All jobs, even the least taxing desk jobs, involve some exertion – and that leaves the
admin May. 13, 2015, 8:39am
We understand why Stephen Tillery wants his $10 billion judgment against tobacco giant Philip Morris reinstated. Ten billion dollars is a lot of money, and Tillery's sizable share is just the sort of thing that would give some insatiably greedy person a big rush.
admin Mar. 11, 2015, 8:16am
It's not hard to understand why asbestos law firms fund research into asbestos-related illnesses. Aside from the obvious PR value, it's also a sound economic investment likely to generate data that can be used in court, curry favor with potential expert witnesses, and lead to client referrals.
admin Feb. 26, 2015, 1:07pm
Two years ago in federal bankruptcy court, the Houston law firm of Williams Kherkher Hart Boundas moved for summary judgment against Garlock Sealing Technologies, which had accused the firm of making fraudulently inconsistent claims about the origin of a client’s mesothelioma.