Archive for October, 2020

Trenton Garmon Fights For Joe Schmoo

October 31, 2020

It should not be surprising to the people of Alabama that Trenton Garmon ended up being a lawyer. Leon Garmon, Esquire, Trenton’s father, served the Alabaman people as a lawyer for 40 years.
When the youngest Garmon was in high school, he worked for his father as a legal clerk. At the age of 17, he was able to successfully make a legal court filing and brief. When he was a sophomore in college, he was able to write a Court of Civil Appeals brief that managed to overturn an improper ruling made by a judge. Soon after Trenton wrote this brief, the law was rewritten to reflect what was written in his brief.
After college, he got a law degree from The Troy and Birmingham School of Law. While he was in law school, Trenton helped organize the Christian Legal Society. He was a Chaplain of this organization. After law school, he clerked for Morris, Haynes, and Hornsby.
As a full-fledged lawyer, he has been an advocate for the people and represents them against major insurance corporations, huge corporations, and powerful people. He wants to make sure that they get what they deserve when they lose a loved one or their civil rights are violated.
For people, he has been involved in at least 100 cases from the beginning to the final judicial decision. He lost two clients when they refused to follow his legal advice. He had bad luck with another client when that client decided to perjure himself/herself on the stand. He has been connected in some way with about 4,000 cases. He was able to get $2 million dollars for a family in a malpractice case, even though the defense called it a meritless case.
He has sued a wide range of organizations. He has sued a sheriff’s office, Division 1 Universities, Fortune 500 corporations, and powerful individuals.
He is not shy about appearing in media outlets. He has appeared on global and local outlets such as Fox, CBN, and others. On local TV, he has on the local legal discussion shows Law Call, the Attorney’s, and Fox 6 on Your Side with Rhonda Robinson.
Trenton Garmon will defend people inside the courthouse as well as in the court of public opinion.

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Tempus Expands Its Role In Fight Against Covid-19

October 30, 2020

Tempus, a precision medicine company headed by Eric Lefkofsky, is expanding its data services to deal with infectious diseases like COVID-19.
Recently, Tempus, a Chicago company run by Eric Lefkofsky, created a COVID-19 PCR TEST are its labs in Atlanta and Chicago while developing a kind of sequence-based respiratory pathogen panel.
Even more recently, Tempus was able to get emergency funding for a modified version of the Thermo Fisher Scientific ABI YaqPath COVID-19 Combo Kit from the United States Food and Drug Administration. 
Eric Lefkovsky’s company called Tempus has also started an initiative to collect and aggregate all the data that they have gotten from about 50,000 COVID-19 positive patients. This also included RNA data from about 10,000 patients. They are gathering this data for academic partners so they can understand better how the pandemic is affecting people. 
In June 2020, Tempus made Christopher Mason, an associated professor of biophysics and physiology at Cornell, Vice-President of emerging genome technology. His main duties are to develop and advise on technology for next-generation sequencing, to link omics data to clinical metadata, and to study how the host responds to COVID-19. 
Mason noted that he will not be permanently Cornel. He is officially taking a leave of absence from Cornell for many months to focus on research and development about COVID-10 with Tempus as well as other organizations. He is taking a break to help as many people as possible that have the pandemic. 
Eric Lefkofsky, the CEO of Tempus, believes that the diagnostic approach of his company, using many different types of data from patients, can be applied to infectious diseases like the pandemic. The company originally used its diagnostic approach to cancer, but it can be applied to other types of diseases. When the pandemic hit, Tempus was alrAteady expanding its approach to other types of diseases like the pandemic. 
Tempus and Eric Lefkofsky have changed its approach to deal with infectious diseases.

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