Reporter Ruth Cowan (far left) with other World War II reporters, 1944. Ms. Cowan was one of the first women accredited to report on an overseas military unit during the war. She was sent to Algiers with the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps, where she reported on the corps, hospitals, and operations in North Africa and later on the invasion of Normandy, the liberation of Paris, and the Battle of the Bulge.
By Austin Evans|2018-01-10T16:46:58+00:00January 10th, 2018|
As the President will likely see in the near future, there's one thing that is sometimes the most painful for litigation clients: the discovery process. The Hill is reporting today that the President's private lawyer, Michael Cohen, has [...]
By Kim Life|2018-01-10T15:21:32+00:00January 10th, 2018|
This holiday season, I took some time off between December 24 and January 3 to unwind and have a little fun. One of my hobbies is tweaking or entirely re-vamping my blogs. Currently, I only have two going: this [...]
By Kim Life|2018-01-10T15:15:17+00:00January 9th, 2018|
On December 22, 2017, after vigorous public hearings and comments, New Jersey adopted new rules limiting pharmaceutical manufacturer payments to prescribers to $10,000 per year and imposing a $15 meal cap. The law goes into effect January 15, [...]