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  • Courts grants Microsoft restraining order in non-compete case

    January 28, 2011

    On Wednesday, multi-national software company Microsoft won a temporary restraining order preventing a former executive from being hired by Salesforce.com, a competitor of Microsoft. The former executive reportedly joined San Francisco-based Salesforce.com last week as senior vice president of global public sector. Microsoft filed a complaint in King County superior court in Seattle, accusing the […]

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  • Report Says New Jersey Second Best at Driver Safety Regulation

    January 25, 2011

    According to a highway safety report, New Jersey has among the most comprehensive roadway safety laws in the country. In terms of rules regulating seat belt use, impaired driving, as well as distracted driving, New Jersey falls behind the District of Columbia. Out of 15 possible points, New Jersey got a score of 13. According […]

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  • EEOC: Houston Fire Dept. Created Hostile Work Environment

    January 21, 2011

    According to a report issued by the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission released Monday, a fire department in Houston subjected a female firefighter to a hostile work environment because of her gender. The fire department was also found to have retaliated against the woman. The report notes that the woman had complained of workplace conditions in […]

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  • Final Report on Officer’s Accident Sheds No New Light

    January 19, 2011

    Last week, a final investigative report was issued on an accident that occurred last October involving a police officer in Teaneck, NJ. But the new report sheds no more light as to the causes of the accident. The car accident occurred around 1:45 a.m. on Teaneck Road near the police station in Teaneck, NJ. A […]

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  • NHTSA Calls for New Safety Measures for Rollover Crashes

    January 14, 2011

    According to data released by the National Highway Safety Traffic Administration, there were 8,267 deaths related to rollover crashes in 2009. The Safety Administration has now issued rules requiring better safety features designed prevent occupants from being ejected from side windows during rollover crashes. The new safety rules are part of the administration’s overall effort […]

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  • Proposal Limits Behind-the-Wheel Hours For Truck Drivers

    January 11, 2011

    Recently, the federal Transportation Department proposed a new regulation which would set limits on the number of hours commercial truck drivers could work in a day. The proposal was created by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration as part of a settlement agreement to set new limits on truck driver hours-of-service. The rule is intended […]

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  • NJ Woman Seriously Injured in Car Accident on NY Route 303

    January 06, 2011

    New York Route 303 was closed for four hours earlier this week after a 58-year-old New Milford caused a car accident north of Executive Boulevard. The woman sustained serious injuries on Tuesday when she crossed into the opposing lane of traffic and crashed into a Budget rental truck. Witnesses said the woman was driving northbound […]

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  • New City Teen Dies in Car Accident

    January 03, 2011

    A 17-year-old New City girl was killed last Wednesday in a car accident near Greenwood Lake. According to reports, the car accident took place while the New City teen and several friends were on their way home from a ski trip to New Jersey. The vehicle in which the teen was a passenger, a Toyota […]

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  • North Jersey Police Depts. Busy With DWI Offenses Presently

    December 30, 2010

    With all the hoopla in recent years associated with drunk driving public awareness campaigns and the stiffer penalties now attaching to convictions, it might seem reasonable to expect a directly related and notably measurable decrease in DWI-related car accidents and the number of drunk drivers on New Jersey roads overall. Not so, say New Jersey […]

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  • Christmas Eve Turnpike Chain Accident in Ridgefield Deadly

    December 28, 2010

    An irregularity on the roadway that occurred near Ridgefield in the early morning on Christmas Eve and rapidly escalated into a multiple-vehicle collision, two deaths and numerous other injuries has traffic enforcement personnel both lamenting its severity and thankful that it didn’t occur on a typical weekday or weekend. The chain of motor vehicle accidents […]

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