Horry County Vet Enters Treatment Court After Drug Misuse Charges, Could Avoid Jail Time

GREEN SEA, S.C. — A local veterinarian, who faced allegations of mismanaging veterinary drugs, has been directed to undergo a rehabilitative program, instead of facing jail time, marking a significant development in a case spotlighting prescription drug management among veterinarians. Kelsey Strickland, proprietor of Blue Ribbon Equine Services, was implicated by South Carolina authorities in November for improper handling of Butorphanol – a controlled narcotic commonly used for pain management in horses. Strickland was charged with acquiring significant amounts of the drug and inaccurately recording or neglecting to maintain proper records for its use, affecting … Read more

Op-Ed: It’s Time for a Major Overhaul in How Trial Lawyers Approach Marketing

Las Vegas, Nevada — Bright billboards and catchy jingles are ubiquitous in the competitive world of trial law advertising, yet they do little to distinguish one law firm from another or effectively convey the intricacies of legal expertise to potential clients. As law firms vie for visibility in a saturated market, some industry professionals are beginning to recognize the need for innovation in how they market their services. In a market inundated with promises of “No fees unless we win!” and emotionally compelling narratives designed to attract clients facing personal distress, the nuances and specific … Read more

IU Spirit Award Honors Innovative Dual Students for the First Time

Dusseldorf, Germany – The IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU) has awarded its first IU Spirit Award, recognizing students on dual study programs who demonstrate innovation and commitment through their projects, theses, and initiatives. The award, presented for the first time in 2024, honors projects that excel in innovative strength, practical implementation, and the application of current research findings. Over 40 entries from 13 different degree programs were submitted for the IU Spirit Award this year. The winner of the jury prize is Jonathan Siepmann, a dual student from Dusseldorf studying Mechanical Engineering. Siepmann … Read more

Former Judge Warns: Donald Trump Could Face Jail Time for Violating Gag Order in Stormy Daniels Case

New York, NY – Former federal judge Shira Scheindlin has warned that former President Donald Trump may face imprisonment if he continues to defy an extended gag order in the Stormy Daniels hush money case. Scheindlin, who presided over cases in the Southern District of New York, emphasized that Trump has already received a warning to refrain from commenting on the ongoing case. The expanded gag order was recently implemented by Justice Juan Merchan, who also included his own daughter, Loren Merchan, within its scope. Merchan expressed concerns about Trump’s history of targeting family members … Read more