Indiana Unveils New Laws Boosting Work-Based Learning and Protecting Farmland as Summer Begins

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — As the balmy months of summer usher in fresh beginnings, Indiana residents are introduced to a slew of new laws that commenced this week. The legislature has passed a range of measures poised to touch on everything from education to agricultural security. One of the standout initiatives includes the expansion of work-based learning opportunities for Indiana high school students. Todd Huston, House Speaker (R-Fishers), revealed that more students will now have access to a Career Scholarship Account, armed with $5,000 to support internships, apprenticeships, and related expenses. Huston emphasized the value of … Read more

Philadelphia Welcomes Veteran Litigator Mike Daly to Motley Rice, Boosting the Firm’s Class Action and Multi-Litigation Practice

Mount Pleasant, SC – Amid aspirations to bolster their presence in mass tort and class action lawsuits, Motley Rice LLC has welcomed esteemed attorney Mike Daly to its Philadelphia branch. Daly, heralded as an influential addition to the Three Logan Square office, brings a distinguished pedigree in handling some of the nation’s most challenging mass tort claims, particularly those entwined with questionable medical practices and environmental negligence. Philadelphia’s own Daly’s expertise shines in areas fraught with complex legal battles involving faulty medical devices and pharmaceutical missteps. Notably, he has played a significant role in mass … Read more

Tornillo Port of Entry to Remain Open for Commercial Truck Traffic, Boosting Trade and Growth in the Region

EL PASO, Texas – The commercial cargo lanes at the Marcelino Serna Port of Entry in Tornillo, Texas, will remain open for truck traffic indefinitely, according to El Paso County Judge Ricardo Samaniego. The decision by U.S. Customs and Border Protection to extend truck inspections beyond the March 31 deadline was communicated to local government officials and border industry stakeholders on Thursday. Samaniego shared this information with Border Report. Currently, only around 50 trucks cross the port each day, but the traffic volume is gradually increasing. The decision to keep the commercial lanes open was … Read more

Segal McCambridge Appoints Alexander Schaffel as Director of Recruiting & Development, Boosting Firm’s Legal Talent Pool

Jersey City, New Jersey – Segal McCambridge, a law firm based in Jersey City, recently announced the promotion of Alexander Schaffel to the newly created role of Director of Recruiting & Development. With expertise in toxic tort, general liability, and human resources, Schaffel brings a unique skillset to this position. As Director of Recruiting & Development, Schaffel will spearhead the firm’s efforts to attract and retain top-tier legal talent, as well as facilitate professional development within the firm. His responsibilities include overseeing lateral recruiting, evaluating hiring needs, and establishing internship programs in collaboration with prestigious … Read more