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Monthly Archives: February 2013
IPR on Monday filed an opposition to several stay requests by prison telephone providers in the D.C. Circuit, asking the court to allow the FCC to impose rate caps at that site – www.priceofcialis.com and other regulations that will make … Continue reading
Yesterday, December 12, IPR filed a federal lawsuit in South Carolina on behalf of its client, Friends of DeReef Park, a local non-profit group based in Charleston. The suit seeks redress for the loss of historic DeReef Park, located in Charleston’s … Continue reading