There are several news events related to pilot's use of technology in the cockpit. Some are new regulations designed to keep pilots focussed while other are news stories of pilot's accidents in part caused by devices in the cockpit.
Insurance companies do everything they can to pad their bottom line and mistreat claimants. Here is a great example.
The Austin American Statesman published an article outlining the alarmingly high number of traffic fatalities in Austin to start 2015.
Recent Court decisions have forced Plaintiffs to disclose pictures and information from private personal social media sites.
The 84th Legislature has an opportunity to pass legislation that would prohibit anyone in the state from texting while driving. If it will be signed into law remains to be seen.
Opening statements at mediation can jeopardize chances for settlement. It may be best to agree to forgo making opening statements so as not to begin the mediation on an adversarial note.
Recent Supreme Court decisions have prohibited lawsuits against generic drug companies, even though the manufacturers of the original drug can still be sued.
On January 1, 2015, Austin's new ordinance prohibiting drivers from using electronic devices goes into effect.
Our favorite number crunching nerds tell us which days of the week are most dangerous in the office.
Ely & Reed was recently awarded with the Georgia Verdicts Hall of Fame Award for 2014.