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13 Mar 2012, 10:08 am by Matthew C. Bouchard, Esq.
Rep. Ellmers (R-NC) In my February 6, 2012 blog post announcing the $4.4 billion widening of Interstate 95 from the South Carolina to the Virginia borders, I boldly predicted that NCDOT’s proposal to finance the project through tolling could prove controversial. They don’t call me Master of the Obvious for nuthin’. As of this blog post, the nototollsi95.com website has 3530 signatures.  The North Carolina Trucking Association, the Roanoke Valley Chamber of Commerce and a host of other local… [read post]
6 Jul 2012, 12:23 pm by chuckerreibach
Virginia Police Conducting Traffic Enforcement Campaign Police are out in force this week in Chesterfield County, Virginia, issuing speeding tickets and catching drunk drivers. The holiday weekend sees thousands of motorists pass through Chesterfield County’s roadways, especially through Interstate 95 and Route 288. Fourth of July celebrations also include alcohol and may increase the potential for drunk drivers on the streets. In an effort to combat traffic violators, the Chesterfield County… [read post]
6 Feb 2012, 9:39 am by Matthew C. Bouchard, Esq.
As reported in the Fayetteville Observer over the weekend, the N.C. Department of Transportation (“NCDOT”) is moving forward with its $4.4 billion (yep, that’s “billion” with a “b”) plan to widen I-95 from four to six lanes through implementation of tolling on this critical 182-mile transportation corridor. Why tolls?  To quote the story: The reason is money.  [NCDOT] figures show the state has roughly $45 billion in projects to complete by 2020.  But the state expects to have… [read post]
2 Dec 2010, 10:42 am by rshapiro
By Richard Shapiro, Personal Injury Attorney Have you ever been driving behind a car that just refuses to hit the gas and go? A tractor-trailer driver had just that problem on I-95.  Unfortunately the driver was going so slowly that it caused the big-rig to crash.  Find out more. About the Editors: Shapiro, Cooper Lewis & Appleton is a law firm which focuses on injury and accident law and our attorneys have experience handling truck accident cases. Check out our case results to see for yourself.… [read post]
17 Jan 2011, 12:42 pm by rshapiro
 By Rick Shapiro, Personal Injury Attorney Virginia (VA) has many long stretches of road where a tired tractor-trailer driver may pull over and rest. This was the case in Indiana (IN) when a semi driver was killed when his truck rear-ended another semi that had been parked on the shoulder. The driver who caused the wreck was wearing a seatbelt but was killed when the cab was crushed upon impact, find out more. About the Editors: Shapiro, Cooper Lewis & Appleton is a law firm which focuses on… [read post]
29 Jul 2011, 1:01 pm by jcooper
By John Cooper, Virginia Trucking Accident Injury Attorney An accident on Interstate-95 in Woodbridge, Virginia (VA), snarled traffic  left the driver of a box truck injured. What was the cause?  A tractor-trailer driver hit another big rig and a box truck that had slowed to go around an earlier crash. When are negligent commercial drivers going to stop? Where are the regulations that should be weeding out unsafe truck drivers? My colleague James Lewis discusses these questions and the accident in… [read post]
5 Nov 2010, 9:04 am by rshapiro
A Semi-Truck sideswiped two safety vehicles before striking a lawn mower and killing the operator on interstate I-95 (I 95) near Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina (NC), reports Channel 11 News. Troopers say the tractor trailer speed was between 65 and 70 mph in the work zone. “At this point it’s still unclear what the circumstances was, whether it was fatigue or lack of sleep or lack of attention, but it did appear that his attention was caught after striking the second vehicle then subsequently… [read post]
20 Oct 2010, 2:38 pm by rshapiro
By Rick Shapiro, Personal Injury Attorney It was a confusing and hectic scene on the side of Interstate 95 near Prince William County, Virginia (VA).  Six people including a Virginia State Trooper were injured in a nine car accident started by a distracted driver, reports The NOVA Insider.  The play by play went like this: Accident #1: A Mercedes broke down and pulled to the shoulder of the Virginia highway.  A driver stopped to help the woman and both cars were sideswiped by a distracted driver… [read post]
18 Feb 2011, 9:58 am by admin
Beaucoup de canadiens pourraient mettre cette annonce dans des journaux de la Floride. Ils pourraient aussi poser la question suivante : « Est-ce que l’achat d’une villa pour les vacances est bonne pour un investissement de longue durée ? » Les québécois et les montréalais, en habitués qu’ils sont, prennent très rapidement la 95 Highway qui longe toute la côte Est jusqu’à Miami. La Floride est devenue pour eux un lieux de villégiature et pour beaucoup le lieux où ils vivent… [read post]
27 Oct 2010, 5:22 pm by Dana
Sometimes people want to know whether a work is so old that it it can be copied without any possibility of infringing anyone’s copyright. This post provides the answer (in the United States). Before January 1, 1979 – when then-existing copyrights were automatically extended to 95 years from the end of the year in which [...] [read post]
3 Apr 2014, 11:22 am by Orlando Personal Injury Attorney
Motorists on Interstate 95 were stuck in traffic for a few hours recently when a tractor-trailer flipped onto its side and a passenger car overturned near LPGA Boulevard in Volusia County. Florida Highway Patrol troopers say that the accident occurred around 11:20 a.m. just south of the LPGA Boulevard exit in the northbound lanes of... [read post]
13 Oct 2013, 1:47 am by
S.1 (1) of the Trade Marks Act 1994, which implements art 2 of Directive 2008/95/EC of the European Parliament and the Council of 22 October 2008 to approximate the laws of the Member States relating to trade marks, defines a trade mark as "any sign capable of being represented graphically which is capable of distinguishing goods or services of one undertaking from those [read post]
20 Nov 2012, 10:53 am
Gant Redmon of Co3 Systems has an interesting take on the differences in U.S. and EU privacy regimes in a Security Week column entitled, "Privacy:  Why Europeans Think You're Inadequate."  In his column, he addresses three key issues:  "First, what does privacy mean to folks in the US versus the EU? Second, how has history played a role in defining privacy in the US and EU?  And third, what financial incentives does the EU have in declaring the US inadequate?" [read post]
13 Apr 2010, 7:55 am by Hunton & Williams LLP
The Madrid Resolution on global standards provided new momentum behind the concept of one world, one standard for privacy in international commerce.  New Zealand Privacy Commissioner Marie Shroff is one of the thoughtful officials who has joined in the call for a global framework.  Commissioner Shroff discussed her views on global standards in an interview with Marty Abrams during the Centre for Information Policy Leadership’s First Friday Call on April 9, 2010. [read post]
13 Apr 2010, 7:55 am by Hunton & Williams LLP
The Madrid Resolution on global standards provided new momentum behind the concept of one world, one standard for privacy in international commerce.  New Zealand Privacy Commissioner Marie Shroff is one of the thoughtful officials who has joined in the call for a global framework.  Commissioner Shroff discussed her views on global standards in an interview with Marty Abrams during the Centre for Information Policy Leadership’s First Friday Call on April 9, 2010. [read post]
19 Mar 2010, 1:46 pm by Hunton & Williams LLP
Earlier this year, the EU’s Article 29 Working Party published an opinion finding that Israeli data protection law largely provides an “adequate level of data protection” under EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC.  The recommendation breaks new ground.  Law professor Omer Tene, who acted as an advisor to the Israeli government during the process, discussed Israel’s approval during this recorded segment from the Centre for Information Policy Leadership’s “First Friday” call on March… [read post]
5 Jan 2010, 2:15 pm by Hunton & Williams LLP
On January 5, 2010, the Article 29 Working Party published an opinion dated December 1, 2009, finding that Israeli data protection law largely provides an "adequate level of data protection" under the European Union Data Protection Directive 95/46.  The European Commission will now take this opinion into account when determining whether to issue an "adequacy decision" for Israel in the coming months.  Such a decision would provide that data transfers to Israel from the EU are adequately protected… [read post]
20 Nov 2012, 7:36 am by Colin Zick
Gant Redmon of Co3 Systems has an interesting take on the differences in U.S. and EU privacy regimes in a Security Week column entitled, “Privacy:  Why Europeans Think You’re Inadequate.”  In his column, he addresses three key issues:  “First, what does privacy mean to folks in the US versus the EU? Second, how has history played a role in defining privacy in the US and EU?  And third, what financial incentives… [read post]
16 Jul 2012, 12:50 pm by Jon Brodkin
Katrine Thielke After all these years, Microsoft and Novell are still fighting over what went wrong for WordPerfect in the months after the release of Windows 95. The delayed release of WordPerfect for the then-latest version of Windows helped Microsoft's operating system and its own Office suite win the war for market share. Novell has been crying "antitrust" ever since. But a ruling today brings Microsoft one big step closer to a final victory, with a… [read post]