Last week I had the incredible honor of interviewing Natan Sharansky at an event hosted by the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. For those of you who don't know, Natan Sharansky is one of the most respected names in Israeli politics and has endured more in his life than most people could ever imagine.
Public Citizen has filed a recall petition with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Aricept 23 milligram, claiming that the higher dose is too dangerous for the drug's largely unproven effectiveness.
Recently I had the pleasure of meeting bright and talented high school seniors who were the winners of our "Words to be Heard" College Scholarships. We hosted a dinner in their honor, and I think everyone had a great time.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has issued its largest fine ever against a gas drilling company.
In case you haven't heard, our U.S. Senate is going to vote soon on joint and several liability legislation – either Senate Bill 500 (SB500) or Senate Bill 2 (SB2), also known as House Bill 1 (HB1).
We encourage you to contact your local Senator's office and vote 'yes' for SB500 and 'no' for SB2 and HB1. It will only take a few minutes, and it will help protect innocent accident victims for years to come.
On February 28, 2011, AAA officials joined state legislators and other safety groups at the Capitol in Harrisburg to support a new bill aimed at improving safety for teen drivers.
I'm pleased to announce that all of my partners, attorneys Todd Berkey, Cynthia Danel,
Pedestrians in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Oakland have filed complaints about Port Authority buses. They say that the buses are running red lights and endangering pedestrian safety.