Today's blog: We've all heard this term on our favorite legal or medical drama before but today we break down exactly what "power of attorney" means in the legal field.
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Today's blog: Word of the day: Hygge. Hygge (pronounced Hue-guh) is a Danish word used to acknowledge a special feeling or moment, Tammy Hauck tells us on the blog today.
Today's blog: Back in mid-August, as many of you know, Jeanne Dedo participated in the 'Over the Edge' fundraiser for the Wheeling YWCA. She tells us on the blog today about her experience going over the edge and how it's helped her realize she can take on anything!
Today's blog: As was read from Senator McCain’s final letter to America, “I tried to serve our country honorably.” Susan Wilson talks in the blog today about how the word "honorably" appropriately sums up his time in office and in the military.
Today's blog: Doug Olcott goes over a recent case, Dewayne Johnson v. Monsanto Company, and goes over the law terms "class action" and "mass torts".
Today's blog: Attorney Jim Heneghan recently went to see REO Speedwagon and Chicago at KeyBank Pavilion and tells how he definitely took a trip down memory lane during the concert!
Today's blog: Ty Smith breaks down a law suit, Hughes v. Wilkes-Barre Hospital Company, where the court addressed the plaintiff’s motion in limine, which sought to preclude the defendants from presenting a causation defense. Read more on what exactly this means on the blog.
Today's blog: Jay Stoneking recently took his wife and granddaughters to "The Farm" in Walnut Creek, OH and in today's blog he tells us all about his experience in Amish Country.
Today's blog: Erin Dodd tells us about the importance of jury duty and how it works in the current federal and state justice systems.
Today's blog: Labor Day isn't just about having a 3-day weekend, it is a holiday dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. Erica Cross goes over the history of this holiday in the blog today.