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April 2020
This past Friday, U.S. District Judge Michael H. Simon certified a class of law offices accusing a virtual receptionist service of misleading billing practices. Ruby Receptionists Inc. provides telephone answering and messaging services to small businesses. The claim in the suit states that Ruby Receptionists failed to disclose to its clients that in billing they...
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Dozens of articles are circulating the internet about popular cruise lines continuing to operate despite warnings about the coronavirus. Carnival Cruise Line in Hot Water One particular cruise line, Carnival Cruise, is being slammed by the media about allegations that the captain and crew were aware of a COVID-19 positive passenger, yet, they continued to...
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We receive a number of inquiries from Range Rover owners from across the country who have experienced a cracked front bumper in the Evoque model.  These individuals have not been in accidents or experienced any damage to their vehicles.  Cracked bumpers in the Range Rover from no impact has been an ongoing issue since 2015.  ...
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The state of Florida has released the names of 303 nursing homes where their staff or patients have been tested positive for the coronavirus. Governor DeSantis reversed the Florida Department of Health’s policy and ordered the state’s surgeon general to release the names of the facilities who have had coronavirus cases.  At the time of...
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Are you an attorney or law firm seeking co-counsel for your personal injury case or looking for a firm to refer your client to? Baron and Herskowitz has the reputation, resources, and experience you are looking for. Baron & Herskowitz is a law firm that focuses on representing people who have suffered wrongful injury, death,...
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