Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Wednesday, January 04, 2012:
- Ontario Court of Appeal Grants Amputee up to $1M of Benefits - Kusnierz v. Economical Mutual Ins.
- Nearly 1,000 serving UK police officers have a criminal record - Telegraph
- Utah opinion: Unethical for attorneys to ask law students to use free Lexis/Westlaw accounts for firm work
- Calif. meets first inmate reduction target set by court
- The potential hidden costs behind temporary layoffs - Canadian Lawyer Magazine
- 5 top cyber threats for 2012
- Honda sued over allegedly broken mileage promises in California small claims court
- Will it be illegal to recommend a dentist under Canada’s new anti-spam law (CASL)?
- B.C. Woman sues for damages caused by broken toothbrush
- How to Protect Your Professional Reputation on Facebook Timeline - PCWorld
- Montana Supreme Court Defies Citizens United Decision
- Loopholes in law spark rise in illegal surrogacy deals - Law Times
- Rachel Spence, Law Clerk
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