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Bernard Nigro Returns To Fried Frank As An Antitrust Partner In The Washington, Dc Office starstarstarstarstar   3rd September 2009 - Views: 395 Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP announced today that Bernard "Barry" Nigro will return to the Firm as a partner in the Antitrust Department resident in Washington, DC.

A 5-star Safety Month For Motorists starstarstarstarstar   27th August 2009 - Views: 430 The safety of vehicles on the Australian market continues to improve, with a record number of 5-star new car safety ratings released by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program.

Animals Cause Thousands Of Road Accidents: Study starstarstarstarstar   25th August 2009 - Views: 441 Animals Cause Thousands Of Road Accidents: Study Kangaroos and wallabies are the most likely species to be involved in animal-related road accidents that result in human death or injury and vehicle damage on NSW roads, a new study has found.

Van Safety An Oh&s Issue starstarstarstarstar   11th August 2009 - Views: 432 The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) has called on Australia‚Äôs large companies and fleet managers to examine State and Federal Occupational Health and Safety legislation to ensure they are providing a safe workplace in the light commercial vans they buy for employees.

The Three-point Seat Belt, Invented By Volvo, Celebrates 50 Years Of Saving Lives starstarstarstarstar   10th August 2009 - Views: 511 Thursday 13 August marks the 50th anniversary of the life-saving V-shaped, three-point seat belt, invented by Volvo Engineer Nils Bohlin in 1959, and Volvos visionary open patent which granted free use of the design to all other car manufacturers.

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