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6th Circuit Judge Damon Keith Subject Of Documentary

We take great pride in the legal research skills of our attorneys. Whether it is staying focused on the changes and trends in federal or state law, the attorneys at the Sullivan Law Office stay informed, especially as the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, which has jurisdiction over federal appeals arising

6th Circuit Judge Damon Keith Subject Of Documentary 2017-09-11T18:03:21+00:00

Repeal Of The Affordable Care Act Places Veterans’ Health Care at Risk

With the Trump Administration now in full force in Washington, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) may be on thin ice. Sadly, the repeal of the ACA may have devastating effects on veterans' health care. Since the ACA took full effect in 2014, the rate of uninsured non-elderly veterans has decreased by 42 percent! Since health

Repeal Of The Affordable Care Act Places Veterans’ Health Care at Risk 2017-06-14T11:42:08+00:00

Supreme Court Rules For Girl And Her Service Dog

In a case closely watched by the disability community, the U.S. Supreme Court held in February of 2017 that the family of a Michigan girl afflicted with cerebral palsy may pursue a disabilities claim and file a lawsuit against her school for banning the service dog she used to assist her in performing routine, daily

Supreme Court Rules For Girl And Her Service Dog 2017-06-06T02:59:12+00:00

The Uncertainty About Healthcare in 2017

As the Trump Administration moves into Washington, many changes on many different levels are likely to occur over the next four years. The new presidential administration promises to repeal the Affordable Care Act and implement a radical alternative. However, it seems quite possible that congressional Republicans will repeal the Affordable Care Act without replacing it with

The Uncertainty About Healthcare in 2017 2017-05-24T08:38:30+00:00

Satisfied Consumers Aren’t Necessarily Loyal Consumers

A study of consumers in the last decade found that satisfied customers aren't necessarily loyal customers. The study conducted by a global technology company that analyzes business practices for corporations revealed a considerably weak correlation between customer satisfaction and long-term loyalty. These findings contradicted the traditional approach and expectation that delivering an extraordinary customer experience

Satisfied Consumers Aren’t Necessarily Loyal Consumers 2017-05-17T20:25:04+00:00

Judge Who Fined Mom $250k For Child Seat Violation Placed On Disciplinary Probation

In Tennessee, a judge accused of setting a $250,000 bond for a mother who violated a Tennessee seat-belt law has been placed on disciplinary probation. The punishment was the result of a deferred disciplinary agreement between Campbell County Judge Amanda Sammons and the Tennessee Board of Judicial Conduct. Campbell County is located just north of

Judge Who Fined Mom $250k For Child Seat Violation Placed On Disciplinary Probation 2017-03-06T20:02:38+00:00