Safe Skies, LLC fell victim to another luggage lock company seeking to squash inventor’s rights.
Dave Tropp, inventor of the patented TSA Lock Technology, has taken action against this luggage lock company and has filed a patent infringement claim. Mr. Tropp is seeking injunctive relief from other luggage lock companies infringement of the two US Patents he has obtained.
This patent infringement lawsuit will be decided by jury trial in The United

Employee Background Checks Needed in Small Business

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The thought that employee theft only happens at large businesses like the Wal-Marts of the world is a fallacy. Small businesses are actually more likely to be affected by employee fraud, and will also sustain a larger median loss than bigger companies.
The 2006 report by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners showed that businesses with fewer than 100 employees suffered a median of $190,000 in fraud losses. Without safeguards, any

There has been some debate in clinical news over whether a health care professional may refuse to provide treatment to which they object on moral grounds.
These medical procedures would include administering terminal sedation in dying patients, providing abortion for failed contraception, and prescribing birth control to adolescents without parent approval.
I personally have different feelings about each one of the procedures listed and I am sure that many physicians feel the

In today’s society it sometimes feel that privacy does not exist. The government wants to know everything about you…if only they could get into our minds. I mean seriously, it seems that the only thing private is what we keep in our minds. They can access our journals, diaries, and luggage without “reasonable suspicion”.
Now the government wants access to our laptops when we carry them across borders. The question is

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