Happy Memorial Day! Today is Memorial Day where we honor all the fallen heroes who put their lives in front of others. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday, simultaneously remembering the fallen.
A Wing & A Prayer: An Evening of Broadway Love Songs Feb. 13 Benefiting Historic Actors’ Temple & Theatre Space NEW YORK –– An Evening of Broadway Love Songs benefiting the historic Actors’ Temple, a New York City-based synagogue and Off-Broadway Theatre Space will take place on Monday, February 13th from 8-10 pm […]
Prostate Cancer Important Information Shared by Us TOO’s Tom Kirk Thought I’d share this WGN-TV news interview with Executive Director Tom Kirk of Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education and Support Network, who offers invaluable information on Prostate Cancer including the importance for men of getting tested/screened early plus where to seek further information. […]
Study Details How Brain Injury from Concussions Progresses By Alice Park, Time, Health & Family Dec. 04, 2012 The lasting impact that concussions can have on the brain is on the minds of anyone involved in football, from parents of the youngest Pop Warner players to those in the professional ranks. More and more players in the NFL are succumbing to symptoms of memory loss, inability to […]
Thoughtfully Fashionable Gifts That Transform Lives at Home and Abroad in One Click: ‘Tis the Season of Shopping for a Change! San Mateo, California (PRWEB) October 31, 2012 This time of year, discriminating shoppers oftentimes find their search for personal gifts to be daunting and overwhelming. Gift givers spend hours on end looking for items […]
The Supreme Court on Thursday largely let stand President Obama’s health care overhaul, in a mixed ruling that Court observers were rushing to analyze.
The decision was a striking victory for the president and Congressional Democrats, with a majority, including the conservative chief justice, John G. Roberts Jr., affirming the central legislative pillar of Mr. Obama’s term.
Many observers called the case the most significant before the court since at least the 2000 Bush v. Gore ruling, which decided a presidential election. In addition to the political reverberations, the case helps set the rules for one of the largest and fastest-growing sectors of the economy, one that affects nearly everyone from cradle to grave.
June 8, 2012 By Pat Milhizer — email@example.com Law Bulletin staff writer Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Bradley Weiss prosecuted government contractors accused of fraud in Washington, D.C., in 1999 when he developed Parkinson’s disease after a toxic injection during nasal surgery. He moved home to Chicago and eventually became of counsel at Miner, Barnhill & Galland P.C. […]
Brilliant Litigation Attorney Stricken with Parkinson’s Disease Turns Professional Artistic Photojournalist with Debut of His Photos at Chicago’s Mars Gallery Thursday, June 7, 2012 Portion of art proceeds to benefit The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Program at Rush University Medical Center as a thank you o the doctors for giving Bradley his life back […]
Brilliant litigation attorney Bradley Weiss, who was stricken with Parkinson’s Disease at the height of his Washington, DC career with the Department of Justice and as Of Counsel at Chicago’s prestigious law firm, Miner, BarnHill & Galland, turns professional artistic photojournalist with the debut of his photo series Montezuma Nights at Chicago’s Mars Gallery, opening Thursday evening June 7, 2012, 1139 W. Fulton Market.