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What Are Privacy Rights – Court of Appeals Asks the US Supreme Court – Case involving financial, medical and other records acces by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 04 Jun 2009 10:41pm I think this is a question we would all like to have an answer to.  Problem is, does the Supreme Court know or can they figure it out?  It’s not as easy as it used to be with technology today as well.  The private records were related to issuing a badge, which was ordered by Homeland Security. Come to think of it, does Homeland Security have a ... Read on »
US Court of Appeals denies vaccine court case by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 14 May 2010 10:01am The first of the vaccine court autism cases has been denied by the United States Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit. The Vaccine court (or, more accurately, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims ) grouped the autism claims into an “Omnibus”, something like a class action case, where evidence to prove vaccines cause autism ... Read on »
Supreme Court to Rule on Healthcare Law-Maybe the Court Can Enroll in Google BigQuery & Machine Learning Tech to Help Them Sort by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 15 Nov 2011 1:56am Well this is Plan B, in case they can’t rent any space at the DOE as I suggested a couple months ago.  Why not?  They are going to need data analytics on a lot of public data and so on.  How can you take a monumental law like this and not make sure you have peered into every nook and cranny?  This is like cheap or free too so why not use it fo ... Read on »
TO COURT, Or NOT TO COURT? by JoGo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:32pm What good are the legal documents that define a divorce when there is no enforcement mechanism? My ex-husband has broken several major aspects of the Judgment as well as 2 consent orders. Yet, my therapist and several divorce-court savvy people have strongly advised that I not go back to court. Why? I cannot nor should not expect that the ... Read on »
To Court, To Family Court? by JoGo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:32pm Court is a place to determine peoples' guilt or innocence. Not matter on which side of the divorce complaint you reside, no one wants to be judged, nor should we be. I contend that Family Court is no place to formally dissolve a marriage, especially in high conflict cases, involving children, which are the ones that most often end ... Read on »
TO COURT, Or NOT TO COURT? by JoGo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 29 Jan 2008 6:00am What good are the legal documents that define a divorce when there is no enforcement mechanism? My ex-husband has broken several major aspects of the Judgment as well as 2 consent orders. Yet, my therapist and several divorce-court savvy people have strongly advised that I not go back to court. Why? I cannot nor should not expect that the c ... Read on »
To Court, To Family Court? by JoGo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 17 Jan 2008 11:21am Court is a place to determine peoples' guilt or innocence. Not matter on which side of the divorce complaint you reside, no one wants to be judged, nor should we be. I contend that Family Court is no place to formally dissolve a marriage, especially in high conflict cases, involving children, which are the ones that most often end up in ... Read on »
TO COURT, Or NOT TO COURT? by JoGo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 29 Jan 2008 6:00am What good are the legal documents that define a divorce when there is no enforcement mechanism? My ex-husband has broken several major aspects of the Judgment as well as 2 consent orders. Yet, my therapist and several divorce-court savvy people have strongly advised that I not go back to court. Why? I cannot nor should not expect that the ... Read on »
To Court, To Family Court? by JoGo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 17 Jan 2008 11:21am Court is a place to determine peoples' guilt or innocence. Not matter on which side of the divorce complaint you reside, no one wants to be judged, nor should we be. I contend that Family Court is no place to formally dissolve a marriage, especially in high conflict cases, involving children, which are the ones that most often end up i ... Read on »
Appeals Court to Vaccine Court: Don’t be a Putz! by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 12:00am By Kent Heckenlively, Esq. Nobody was more surprised by the decisions in Cedillo, Hazlehurst, and Snyder than me.  It wasn’t just that the decisions went against the theory of vaccines causing autism.  I understood how controversial this claim was, and the proof which would probably be needed to sustain it.  What shocked me ... Read on »