Check out our host Fred Penney being interviews on USA Radio Network on two very timely news stories:
Having your own business can be the most satisfying move in anybody’s career, but while it is a good move, a business with the wrong partners can be horrifying and traumatic. So, if you’re planning on jumping on that business venture, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a list of everything you should […]
Folks, there are lawsuits and then there are the most frivolous of the frivolous lawsuits. Every year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, through its Institute for Legal Reform keeps track of the most ridiculous, most inane, most common sense-defying lawsuits that have somehow managed to wriggle their way through a courtroom somewhere, which all seem […]
Being in a motorcycle accident is unfortunately not as uncommon as you might think; in fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2015 it was estimated that 88,000 motorcyclists were injured in non-fatal accidents alone. And while this is undoubtedly a very scary situation to be in, you can make a big […]
We are proud and excited to be able to say that one of our very own lawyers, Fred Penny, was featured as a guest on the prominent podcast, Alliance for the Brave, a weekly radio show and community outreach service dedicated to serving US Active Duty Military, Veterans, the First Responders community and their families. […]
It is that time of year again and the great loved Easter Bunny will come to millions of children’s homes to blanket them with candy and stuffed animals.
The FTC has filed a complaint against Telomerase Activation Sciences for advertising products with unsubstantiated claims.
Trump Jr.’s wife, Vanessa Trump, was the first to open one of the letters that caused the whole anthrax scare. She opened it, and began feeling nauseous and coughing a lot.
A federal judge awarded a $920 million default judgment to injured soldiers and to family members of service members who died in the 1983 bombing of the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut. The judgment will be satisfied by Iranian assets
On November 6, 2017, the Supreme Court declared that a man could potentially not remember the crime he committed, but still be executed for it. Madison was legally blind at the time, had slurred speech, and was unable to recall the crime he was going to be executed for.