cesspool of unconstitutional and inhuman acts

Is there a disturbing link between these 2 stories? Written by Neha Thirani Bagri July 30, 2016 The Walnut Grove Correctional Facility, ranked one of the 10 worst prisons in America by Mother Jones, is finally closing its doors.  Following state budget cuts and a drop in inmate population, the Mississippi Department of Corrections has... Continue Reading →

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Reversal of man’s firing for sexual harassment sends key message

"Among the allegations, Kelly was accused of grabbing a co-worker’s backside several times during a staff party and grabbing the backside of a co-worker’s girlfriend. He was also seen by female staff in his underwear while undressing in his office."

Former FDA Commissioner Charged in RICO Lawsuit

Republished in full // Image(s) added // Emphasis added http://jerusalemcats.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Clinical-Trial-Results-Under-the-Rug-Cartoon-Drug-Discovery-Development.jpg Posted by Vera Sharav | Saturday, April 23, 2016 | Categorized Corrupt Practices, FDA Tainted Approval, Lawsuits Former FDA Commissioner Charged in RICO Lawsuit  A Federal Lawsuit charges Dr. Margaret Hamburg, former Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with conspiracy, racketeering & colluding to... Continue Reading →

When the Defendant’s Fault Deprives the Plaintiff of Evidence of Causation: the Supreme Court of Canada Grants Leave in St. Germain v. Benhaim

by Audrey Boctor — Irving Mitchell Kalichman In St. Germain v. Benhaim, 2014 QCCA 2207, the Quebec Court of Appeal revived a seldom applied approach to causation in medical malpractice cases by applying an “unfavourable inference” of proof of causation against the defendant physicians who failed to diagnose a patient’s lung cancer. The facts of... Continue Reading →

Robson v Law Society of Upper Canada

" In applying the applicable legal principles to the record before me, I find that this action is not an attempt to re-litigate a claim which was already determined at the costs hearing before the Law Society Appeal Division. I therefore refuse to dismiss this action on that basis."

Martin v St Thomas Elgin General

Martin v St Thomas Elgin General Hospital et al., 2016 ONSC 294 (CanLII) Overview [1]              The plaintiff in this medical malpractice action seeks leave to amend his statement of claim in a manner that would assert, as against the extant defendant London Health Sciences Centre (“LHSC”), that it should be held... Continue Reading →

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