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What sets one law firm apart from another? COMMITMENT, INTEGRITY, INTELLECT and EXPERIENCE.

HH&P's attorneys possess these winning characteristics and are ready to put them to work for you to achieve superior results.

Whether you are:
  • a consumer who purchased a defective product or has otherwise been victimized by unfair business or antitrust practices;
  • an investor who lost money as a result of having been defrauded;
  • a shareholder injured by corporate malfeasance;
  • a pension plan participant who has lost retirement savings because of wrongdoing; or
  • an employee who has fallen prey to unfair employment practices
Our winning team is committed to fighting for your rights.
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Asian stocks struggle higher, lack conviction Google misses revenue target, ad prices slide

Man looks at an electronic board displaying Japan's Nikkei average and various countries' stock indices outside a brokerage in TokyoBy Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets eked out gains on Thursday as dovish comments from the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve combined with an upbeat economic assessment from the central bank to lift Wall Street for a third straight session. However, disappointing results from Google and IBM knocked their shares lower after the bell and could crimp technology stocks in the region. Indeed, the tech and telecoms sectors in Japan's Nikkei were in the red on Thursday, nudging the overall index down 0.2 percent following a 3 percent jump the previous session. Other markets fared better with shares in Australia up 0.5 percent and MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan adding 0.33 percent. Read More

Photo illustration of Google logo is reflected on the screen of a Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphoneBy Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc's first-quarter revenue fell short of Wall Street targets and margins narrowed as the price of its ads continued to decline, underscoring the challenges Internet companies face as the world shifts toward mobile devices. Shares of Google were down 3 percent to $539.80 in afterhours trading on Wednesday, after initially sliding roughly 6 percent on the news. The number of "paid clicks" by consumers on Google's ads increased by 26 percent in the first quarter, disappointing some analysts who had hoped for stronger volume growth. And the average "cost per click" declined 9 percent, extending a downward trend as mobile advertising, typically cheaper than traditional online ads, make up a bigger slice of its business. Read More



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