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US Department of Labor Issues $164,000 in back-wages for Westhampton, New York’s Gabreski Airport

By Leeds Brown Law | August 20, 2010

According to The Southampton Press, the U.S. Department of Labor has announced that it has secured more than $164,000 in back wages owed to employees who were contracted to work on a $5 million dollar federally funded project at the Air National Guard base at Gabreski Airport in Westhampton.  An...

US Senator Ted Stevens Death Raises Concerns About Estate Planning

By Leeds Brown Law | August 18, 2010

A deadly Alaskan plane crash that killed former U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens and critically injured former National Aeronautics and Space Administration chief Sean O'Keefe was left exposed to the elements on a rain-swept mountainside for nearly three hours before anyone noticed they were missing on Tuesday, August 11th. A search...

Bell Case: Wrongful-Death Payouts

By Leeds Brown Law | August 6, 2010

The State of New York will pay over $7 Million to Nicole Paultre Bell and two of Sean Bell’s friends for the fatal 2006 shooting. Sean Bell was shot on November 25, 2006, on what would have been his wedding day in a car outside a strip club in Queens. ...

Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston Announce Engagement

By Leeds Brown Law | July 27, 2010

Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston announced their engagement earlier this week. Instead of telling Bristol’s mother, former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin, the couple sat down with gossip magazine US Weekly.  The couple is on the magazine’s cover, holding their 18-month-old son Tripp and explaining how they got back together after...

Oil Spill Takes 12th Victim

By Leeds Brown Law | July 14, 2010

Fisherman William Allen “Rookie” Kruse took his life last week, family and friends say he is the 12th victim of the April 20 Deepwater Horizon rig explosion, which killed 11 crew members.  The Gulf of Mexico oil spill ended Kruse’s $5,000 fishing trips for marlin and red snapper.  Out of...

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