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*******lawyersvideostudio**** Here’s a quick BLOOPER video that will have you wondering whether I can talk at all while creating video for the Lawyers’ Video Studio. Enjoy. Lawyers: Call me with questions about getting on to video: 516-487-8207 or by email: Gerrylawyersvideostudio**** I strongly encourage you to explore the Lawyers' Video Studio to see how video can change your life with how you market your law practice. *******lawyersvideostudio****. Take a look at one way I use video to market my legal practice: *******nymedicalmalpracticevideoblog****
16 Sep 2009
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*******lawyersofmelbourne****.au/ There are many things in both our personal and business life that can benefit from a legal opinion and that is when you need to pick up the phone and speak to one of the lawyers of Melbourne.
3 Nov 2009
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*******www.esqrecruiting****/ - This site as the lawyer headhunters offers legal services beyond your expectations. As Esq Recruiting is a certified leading provider of in-house counsel recruiting solutions, this firm has served several clients and keeps them satisfied.
20 Dec 2009
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Looking for rochester lawyers in your area Call 585-308-0054 or visit *******www.rochesterattorneyreviews**** to see the lawyer directories in your area
20 Sep 2011
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Hilarious crazy butcher collects money from a lawyer!
3 Sep 2007
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30 May 2008
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When the stunning Sunni Peterson is asked a devilish question, will the response of the resplendent defendant be transcendant?
1 Jul 2008
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Listen in as Gerry Oginski, an experienced New York personal injury & accident lawyer explains why a NY lawyer wants your accident case. Learn how a lawyer found out about your car, truck, bus or bicycle accident. Find out what you should do when a lawyer sends you a letter asking you to sign with his law firm. For more information, go to *******www.oginski-law**** or call Gerry personally at 516-487-8207.
11 Aug 2008
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Listen in as Gerry Oginski, an experienced New York personal injury & accident lawyer explains why a NY lawyer wants your accident case. Learn how a lawyer found out about your car, truck, bus or bicycle accident. Find out what you should do when a lawyer sends you a letter asking you to sign with his law firm. For more information, go to *******www.oginski-law**** or call Gerry personally at 516-487-8207.
20 Jul 2008
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Italian actor Gigi Proietti - L'Avvocato
15 Nov 2008
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Met with a Maricopa County Lawyer last Wednesday. During this appointment I opened my laptop and shot video. This meeting was pointless!
19 Apr 2010
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Joker vs Luis the lawyer at Paradiso, Amsterdam
27 Oct 2007
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A rare PD trailer for the early gay themed movie VICTIM which dealt with gay blackmail in England in the 50's. Dirk Bogarde was incredible in it as the lawyer doing battle with a mod blackmailer on a scooter.
7 Dec 2007
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Clinton Remained Silent As Wal-Mart Fought Unions Tapes Reviewed by ABC News Show Clinton As a Loyal Company Woman By BRIAN ROSS, MADDY SAUER and RHONDA SCHWARTZ Jan. 31, 2008— In six years as a member of the Wal-Mart board of directors, between 1986 and 1992, Hillary Clinton remained silent as the world's largest retailer waged a major campaign against labor unions seeking to represent store workers. Clinton has been endorsed for president by more than a dozen unions, according to her campaign Web site, which omits any reference to her role at Wal-Mart in its detailed biography of her. Wal-Mart's anti-union efforts were headed by one of Clinton's fellow board members, John Tate, a Wal-Mart executive vice president who also served on the board with Clinton for four of her six years. Tate was fond of repeating, as he did at a managers meeting in 2004 after his retirement, what he said was his favorite phrase, "Labor unions are nothing but blood-sucking parasites living off the productive labor of people who work for a living." Wal-Mart says Tate's comments "were his own and do not reflect Wal-Mart's views." But Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton and other company officials often recounted how they relied on Tate to lead the company's successful anti-union efforts. An ABC News analysis of the videotapes of at least four stockholder meetings where Clinton appeared shows she never once rose to defend the role of American labor unions. The tapes, broadcast this morning on "Good Morning America," were provided to ABC News from the archives of Flagler Productions, a Lenexa, Kan., company hired by Wal-Mart to record its meetings and events. A former board member told ABCNews**** that he had no recollection of Clinton defending unions during more than 20 board meetings held in private. The tapes show Clinton in the role of a loyal company woman. "I'm always proud of Wal-Mart and what we do and the way we do it better than anybody else," she said at a June 1990 stockholders meeting. Clinton would not agree to be interviewed on the subject but now says she no longer shares Wal-Mart's values and believes unions "have been essential to our nation's success." The videotapes do show that Clinton used her role to push for more environmentally friendly policies and better treatment of women. "We've got a very strong-willed young woman on our board now; her name is Hillary," said Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton at a 1987 stockholders meeting in describing Clinton's role in pushing for more women to be hired in management positions. Critics say Clinton's efforts produced few tangible results, and Wal-Mart is now defending itself in a lawsuit brought by 16 current and former female employees. "I don't doubt the sincerity of her efforts, but we don't see much evidence that conditions for women at Wal-Mart changed much during the late 1980s and early 1990s," said Joe Sellers, one of the lawyers suing Wal-Mart on behalf of the women. Wal-Mart declined to comment to ABC News about the lawsuit, but the company has said previously that it is confident it did not discriminate against female employees. According to the New York Times, Sen. Clinton "maintains close ties to Wal-Mart executives through the Democratic Party and the tightly knit Arkansas business community." The May 20, 2007 article also reported that her husband, former President Clinton, "speaks frequently to Wal-Mart's current chief executive, H. Lee Scott Jr." and held a private dinner at the Clinton's New York home in July 2006 for him. He did not directly respond when asked why she did not quit the board over the conpany's anti-union efforts. "Wal-Mart was Arkansas's largest employer when Sam Walton asked Sen. Clinton to join the board," he said. "As the first woman to join Wal-Mart's board, she worked hard to make it a better corporate citizen." In its statement, Wal-Mart described Sen. Clinton as "a valuable contributor" who "pushed us to be a better company." WI, Wisconsin, Hillary Clinton fights, Barack Obama, workers, unions, American jobs, overseas, foreclosures, NAFTA, trade agreements, corporate lawyer
14 Feb 2008
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A researcher in London was the first to assert that the combination measles-mumps-rubella vaccine known as MMR caused autism in children. Following this “discovery,” a handful of parents declared that a mercury-containing preservative in several vaccines was responsible for the disease. If mercury caused autism, they reasoned, eliminating it from a child's system should treat the disorder. Consequently, a number of alternative therapies arose, and in one such treatment, a doctor injected a five-year-old autistic boy with a chemical that bound to mercury, only to stop his heart instead. Children with autism been placed on stringent diets, subjected to high-temperature saunas, bathed in magnetic clay, asked to swallow digestive enzymes and activated charcoal, and injected with various combinations of vitamins, minerals, and acids. Instead of helping, these therapies often hurt those who are most vulnerable, and particularly in the case of autism, they undermine childhood vaccination programs that have saved millions of lives. In this book, Paul A. Offit, a national expert on vaccines, challenges the modern-day false prophets who have so egregiously misled the public—and exposes the opportunism of the lawyers, journalists, celebrities, and politicians who support them. Offit recounts the history of autism research and the exploitation of this tragic condition by advocates and zealots. He considers tha manipulation of science by the media and the courtroom, and he explores why society is susceptible to the junk science and dangerous therapies put forward by anti-vaccination activists.
29 May 2008
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*******newsproject**** "Enhanced interrogation tactics," used at Gitmo have been the subject of hearings on Capitol Hill. The lawyers who approved the policies are under pressure to explain how such methods could be ordered by the US government.
17 Jul 2008
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