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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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Strong durable goods orders buoy growth outlook Alstom shares jump on report of $13 billion GE bid
By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods rose more than expected in March and a measure of business capital spending plans surged, bolstering views of an acceleration in growth in the second quarter. The Commerce Department said on Thursday durable goods orders increased 2.6 percent as demand rose across all categories. Durable goods, which range from toasters to aircraft and are meant to last three years and more, increased 2.1 percent in February. The end of long-term unemployment benefits and cuts to food stamps have also robbed the economy of momentum. Read More

The logo of French power and transport engineering company Alstom is pictured on a wall of the company's plant in Reichshoffen, near HaguenauBy Natalie Huet and Benjamin Mallet PARIS (Reuters) - Shares in Alstom jumped more than 14 percent on Thursday after a report that U.S. conglomerate General Electric was in talks to buy the struggling French turbine and train maker for about $13 billion. If confirmed, a takeover offer from a foreign company would raise concern among politicians and unions in France, where Alstom employs around 18,000 staff, or 20 percent of its global workforce. A deal could hand GE control of Alstom's high-speed TGV trains and rail-signal technology, and has the support of Bouygues , Alstom's biggest shareholder with a 29 percent stake, the report said. However, one person familiar with the industry said GE's ultimate aim might be to buy Alstom's power business rather than its power arm - a deal that would leave its transport business as a separate publicly listed company in Paris. Read More



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