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Temporary Injunctions Aimed at the Military: A Rapid Response Plan for Government Lawyers, by Lieutenant Donald M. Brown, Jr.
Temporary Injunctions Aimed at the Military: A Rapid Response Plan for Government Lawyers, by LT Donald M. Brown, Jr. JAGC, USNR, 40 Naval L. Rev. 157 (1992). U.S Navy Law Review Article http://0-www.heinonline.org.polar.onu.edu/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/naval40&page=157&collection=journals#163
Social Security Disability Claims Become Tougher as Field Offices Close
Social Security Disability Claims Become Tougher as Field Offices Close
Seven Requirements for Running a Lawful California Medical Marijuana Collective
This article advises on the requirements for running and maintaining a lawful California Medical Marijuana Collective/Dispensary.
Medicare and Social Security Beyond Death?
Glitches in the Medicare system costs tax payers millions of dollars each year for services provided to deceased individuals.
Should You Hire an Attorney to Assist You with Your Disability Claim?
Attorney Brian Scott Wayson's Opinion on Whether You Should Hire an Attorney to Assist YOU with YOUR Social Security Disability Benefits Claim
Fighting the Social Security System's Machinery of Denial
Brian Scott Wayson, Attorney at Law and Founding Owner of Cascadia Disability Law Rants Against the Dehumanizing Machine-like Behavior of Social Security's Processing of Disability Claims
The Social Security Administration’s Disability Benefits Programs
A brief explanation of some of the basic disability benefit programs offered by Social Security.
A Primer: The Social Security Disability Benefits Application Process
Some Basic Information About The Social Security Disability Benefits Application Process from Cascadia Disability Law Founder and Attorney Brian Scott Wayson
Castellanos v. Next Door Co.
Attorney Fee Issues in Worker's Compensation
Is opposing counsel talking your ear off with respect to the Daubert case, or the "Daubert Rule", and how it is a game-changer?
The Daubert Rule has long been invoked in civil proceedings as a means to strike the testimony of expert witnesses but only recently has the doctrine been employed in workers compensation proceedings to attack opinion testimony rendered by treating and evaluating physicians.
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