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South Bend TribuneWOLCOTTVILLE -- Ruth and Alvin Lambright Jr. grew up together on the family "homeplace" in rural LaGrange County. Ruth and her younger brother, Alvin, ran the farm together for decades after their parents died and are described variously as "salt of...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- When Shirley Fulton's husband died in 1992, he left no savings or insurance benefit to pay for a funeral. The two had been estranged since she left Buffalo, N.Y., years earlier, but Fulton recalls struggling to borrow enough money to take...
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — An advocate for the homeless says employees of a Buffalo-area foreclosure law firm who mocked clients at a Halloween party last year need a lesson in homelessness. Pictures from the Steven Baum law firm's 2010 Halloween party...
The Hartford CourantHARTFORD -- State Child Advocate Jamey Bell is resigning after just seven months as the independent watchdog over state agencies responsible for neglected and abused children – saying she plans to become executive director of Greater Hartford...
Missing Boca Raton attorney Timothy McCabe once had ties to what federal authorities have described as a web of South Florida businesses that financially preyed on people desperate to avoid foreclosure, the Sun Sentinel has found. McCabe got some of his...
Star Tribune (Minneapolis)A company that overpromises what it can deliver should never deal with a lawyer. That's what Comcast did with Minneapolis attorneys Richard Fuller and Charles Horowitz, who recently opened a new two-person law firm. They ordered Comcast's business-...
No right to speed through school zones To the editor: I am surprised at how many people think they have a constitutional right to speed through school zones. In the few last weeks, several writers have voiced their displeasure at having to pay...
StatewideMurtha Cullina is pleased to welcome associates Michael C. Markowicz, Lisa P. Staron and Kristen L. Zaehringer to the firm. "We are pleased to welcome Michael, Lisa and Kristen to the firm," stated Elizabeth J. Stewart, Murtha Cullina managing partner....
Question: When our association's board approves a payment plan for owners who fall behind on their association dues, a law firm representative called an "assessment department assistant" writes that the firm is "pleased to inform you that the Board of...
Members of the Osceola County Bar Association are establishing the county's first legal aid society. The Legal Aid Society of Osceola County, or LASO, will help the poor and working poor obtain legal services they couldn't otherwise afford, said...
Developers and city officials agreed to change the face of Boynton's downtown on Tuesday. At the city's Community Redevelopment Agency meeting, the board unanimously agreed to terms necessary to transfer ownership of property located at 222 N. Federal...
NEW YORK — The next wave of union protesters isn't blue collar. It's lawyers, paralegals, secretaries, helicopter pilots, judges, insurance agents and podiatrists. These white-collar workers are not exactly the picture of the labor movement, but...
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