Four years after issuing a landmark decision requiring law enforcement authorities to obtain a warrant before attaching a GPS device to a criminal suspect's car, the state Court of Appeals is poised
... A bill advancing in the state Senate would require E-Z Pass prices to be displayed. ...
National Law Journal
In their Medical Malpractice Defense column, John L.A. Lyddane, a senior partner at Martin Clearwater & Bell, and Barbara D. Goldberg, a partner at the firm, write that from every quarter it is being
...the employer, and the employer provided decedent with a vehicle, an E-Z Pass for the payment of tolls and GPS device. Further, the employer...
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