Making Change with Dick DeVos

These days, Dick DeVos may be best known as the husband of Betsy DeVos, Secretary of Education. But he’s a force in his own right. Currently the chair of Spectrum Health System’s board, Dick DeVos was also CEO of Amway from 1993 to 2002. Like his wife, he has long been active in the world […]

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Glen Wakeman on importance of Donation

Puerto has experienced a devastating hurricane this year. 1 million residents lost power during the Hurricane Irma that happened on 7th of September. Despite the fact that the recovery efforts were able to recover power to many residents, other 60,000 were still without power when the Island again was faced with Hurricane Maria.   Since […]

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The Success of American Institute of Architects

The American Institute of Architects is a professional organization that was formed in 1857 by 13 architects in New York. Its main purpose was to promote the scientific and practical profession of its members. AIA has more than 90,000 licensed architects as members and has created jobs for over 200 employees. A Board of Directors […]

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A Look At Karl Heideck The Litigator And Writer

When new laws are passed by either the state or the federal legislator citizens may not understand what they entail or how they impact them directly. This is where Karl Heideck comes in he is a litigator in Philadelphia but also serves the wider Pennsylvania area. He studied at the Swarthmore College where he earned […]

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Bruno Jorge Fagali: A Preeminent Ethical Brazilian Lawyer

Bruno Jorge Fagali’s professional career as a professional attorney in Brazil has been marked by scaling important professional and individual milestones. One such milestone is the 2016 Pro-Ethics Award organized by Ethos Institute and the Ministry of Inspection in Brazil. His commitment to ethical corporate practices also saw him appointed as the inaugural manager of […]

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Success Academy Wins Fight On Behalf of Charter Schools Nationwide

Success Academy a comprehensive PK-12 educational network with 41 schools in the New York City area, recently won a big victory for charter schools. In a fight to maintain the integrity of their educational program, they refused to cower to governmental pressure, and allow the city to regulate the curriculum for their Pre-K program.   […]

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Enforcing Rights

It is a falsehood that rights are inalienable. Because of this, the system provides for relief in civil disputes that cannot be resolved by any other means. The legal means for enforcing one’s rights is through bringing a lawsuit. This process from beginning to resolution is called litigation. The resolution can occur throughout the various […]

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