Court Challenge to Electronic Logging Devices Ends

Why OOIDA Lost Its Electronic Logging Mandate Challenge

A case that we’ve been following closely reached its conclusion in early June. A challenge by the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) to new federal regulations requiring that all trucks manufactured after 2000 be equipped with electronic logging devices (ELDs) went down to defeat when the Supreme Court refused to hear OOIDA’s appeal. As a […]

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Just Wondering: Can You Legally Have “Women Only” Showings of Films?

Is everybody excited about the recent release of Mighty Man? I’ve heard really good things about it. The hype around it has been really strong since the character’s appearance in Flying Rat vs. Superdude a couple of years ago–it was clear Mighty Man was going to receive a solo treatment, and now here he is, […]

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CNN Just Blackmailed Someone — Business as Usual for Some Big Companies

As you’ve probably heard by now, President Donald Trump recently retweeted an animated GIF which highlights an appearance he made on a professional wrestling program. However, unlike the original version, which showed then-businessman Trump body-slamming the CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment, Vince McMahon, this edited version features McMahon as an anthropomorphic representation of CNN. The […]

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Think a Trucking Company Will Treat You Fairly? Look at How They Treat Their Employees

In the aftermath of an 18-wheeler accident, the biggest mistake that many people make is expecting a trucking company to do the right thing. While people wait for the trucking company to take accountability for their mistake, that same company is invariably scheming to avoid responsibility altogether. Whenever I share this reality with friends, family, […]

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House Resolution 1215

Want to Kill Kids, Poor People, and the Elderly on the Cheap? Be a Doctor

This upcoming week, lawmakers are set to vote on House Resolution 666 (H.R. 666). In order to provide financial protection for officers after a jury finds them guilty of deprivation of rights and/or police brutality, H.R. 666 seeks to cap the amount of compensation that can be awarded to $250,000. One of the more controversial […]

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Fourth of DUI: Stay Safe This Independence Day, We’re Busy Enough

Every year around this time, business picks up considerably for personal injury firms, including Grossman Law Offices. Car crashes see a dramatic spike, as do dram shop cases. Why? Because Independence Day–July 4, a day enshrined in the U.S. as a celebration of our freedom from British monarchy, but also a day to exhibit freedom […]

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DUI or Don’t We: Drunk Driving in Amarillo is Worse than You Think

A recent drunk driving accident in Amarillo caught my attention and led me to research the relevant accident statistics for the area. As it turns out, Amarillo packs something even more alarming than hubcap-size steaks: an inordinate number of drunk-driving crashes given its overall population. The Accident That Prompted Me to Look Into The Numbers […]

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