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Who is it That Should Protect You at All Times?

  [In the wake of the controversial end to this weekend's bout between Andre Dirrell and Jose Uzcategui, a repost of an article which I originally posted on September 19, 2011 on 8 Count News.com following Mayweather-Ortiz] Is Boxing’s Oldest Adage Under Fire Following Floyd Mayweather’s Controversial...

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New York’s Needs for Speed

A Quick Look at the Laws, Rules, and Regulations Governing Motor Sports in New York State Ask anybody what sports New York State is known for and their initial responses would likely be baseball, football, basketball, and hockey. A more thoughtful response may include boxing, given...

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On Record About Off-Label Usages

A Few Legal Basics on the Off-Label Use of Drugs, Medical Devices, and Medical Systems in New York and New Jersey A doctor’s patients are not guinea pigs on whom new, novel, or experimental treatments are to be undertaken with regularity and impunity. However, it is...

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The Risks of Trying to be Half Man, Half MMAmazing

In Light of New York’s Legalization of Mixed Martial Arts, a Look at the Legal and Regulatory Risks Involved With Alternating Between a Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts Career. On four occasions throughout 2013, colorful former welterweight and super welterweight boxing champion Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga...

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