"Operation Swill": New Jersey ABC and Division of Criminal Justice Raid 29 Bars and Restaurants That Allegedly Served Cheap Alcohol As "Premium" Brands

"Operation Swill": New Jersey ABC and Division of Criminal Justice Raid 29 Bars and Restaurants That Allegedly Served Cheap Alcohol As "Premium" Brands

On May 23, 2013, New Jersey’s Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa and Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (“ABC”) Director Michael Halfacre announced the details of “Operation Swill,” a year-long investigation involving more than 100 investigators throughout New Jersey.

Supreme Court’s Recent ERISA Subrogation Ruling is Shortsighted, Makes Personal Injury Settlements More Difficult—Stuart Carpey

By | LXBN | May 24, 2013
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The Surpeme Court hasn’t exactly endeared itself to plaintiff’s lawyers as of late, and that trend continues with U.S. Airways, Inc. v. McCutchen. My guest today on LXBN makes the point that their ruling in the recent ERISA subrogation suit is shortsighted and makes personal injury lawsuits much more difficult to settle. That guest is attorney Stuart Carpey of Carpey Law, and author on the Pennsylvania Injury Law Report

Skagit Bridge Collapse Serves is a Wake-Up Call for Transportation Packages

By | Green Tech | May 24, 2013

On May 13th, less than two weeks ago, I, along with Steve Marshall, Executive Director of the Center for Advanced Transportation and Energy Solutions (CATES),  Jan Greylorn associated with the Washington Clean Technology Alliance, and Jeff Esfeld of VIA Motors, were in the Rotunda Room of the Washington State Capitol Building for a transportation “rally” as part of the kick off for the special legislative session.