On this edition of Matter of Law, Luke Rossignol talks several landmark cases that could trickle to Maine where pharmaceutical companies are being sued for liability and cause of America's opioid crisis and addiction.
On this edition of Matter of Law, the discussion of a pending case in Maine regarding a Madawaska woman set to serve her prison sentence wants to ensure she receives Suboxone to keep her drug addiction in remission. Attorney, Luke Rossignol discusses the legalities of this case.
ON THIS EDITION OF MATTER OF LAW, WE BREAK DOWN THAT STORY WE BROUGHT YOU LAST WEEK ABOUT GOVERNOR LEPAGE SIGNING ON WITH OTHER GOVERNORS TO TRY AND OVERTURN A DISCRIMINATION LAW...AND HOW IT RELATES TO A MAINE CASE AND MICHIGAN PRECEDENT..
The policy change applies to all food and beverages sold, served or otherwise offered in all New Brunswick’s public schools, and requires foods of a higher nutritional value which are lower in saturated fat, sugar, and sodium.
Due to recent events, a topic has been brought to our attention that has and probably you the viewing community we serve asking questions about what is a business's requirements and obligation in regards to serving individuals with disabilities. So we decided to do a special Matter of Law on this particular topic. Our Matter of Law contributor and local attorney Luke Rossignol joined me for an in depth conversation...