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Pleas & Court Appearances in New York Criminal Courts

At arraignment, the District Attorney may offer a plea to a lesser charge than what you were arrested for originally. Pleas are offered to unburden an extremely congested criminal court calendar, as ...
Posted by Susan Chana Lask

Please, Take My (Medical) Privacy?

Each of us can give an anecdote about how we live daily with less privacy. However, this erosion is played out in our lives daily as increasingly—and often, subtly--we unwittingly give away access to highly personal, medical information. This article offers steps you can take to better protect *your* information.
Posted by Shaun Kaufman

Practical vs. Legal - Getting Model and Property Releases

Depending on the circumstance, a model or property release may not be legally necessary. But getting one never hurts and it may help. It may make some people think that they can't sue you (they can, even if their cause of action is bogus). If they do sue you, having a release may shorten the litigation and it could help you win. Even when you win, though, your defense fees can be costly.
Posted by Carolyn Wright

Presumption and the Lemon Law

You've heard the old adage, “If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's a duck.� We would say, you might presume it's a duck. Sure, there's an outside chance it's an albino spoonbill chicken disguised as a duck, but don't bet your next paycheck on it.
Posted by Donald Ladew

Preventative Lawyering

In this economy, you may think twice before consulting an attorney to avoid the fees. Sometimes that's a good idea. Sometimes it's not and can cost you lots more in future litigation. Here are some basic guidelines relating to two important issues – contracts and insurance - to help decide when to use an attorney and how to use them efficiently.
Posted by E. Elizabeth Sweetser

Preventing Identity Theft - Tips for Personal Security

America, it's time to take an aggressive stance in preventing identity theft! The odds of the average American becoming the victim of such an outrageous crime are greater than you might think...
Posted by Nikki Greene

Procedure of Trial by Magistrate, Session and High Courts of Pakistan

The section refers to finalizing the prosecution case whether any defense has produced before the court not, and if no defense has adduced by the accused, the court shall after examination of the accused ask the prosecution to sum up his case where accused is eligible to make a reply. The pronouncement of judgment after its due deliberation is ultimate aim of the prosecution, but due opportunity be given to accused to defend himself.
Posted by Adil Waseem

Protect Your Business With Non-Disclosure Agreements

Every business should protect proprietary information when dealing with independent contractors, vendors and other businesses. The best way to do this is to use a non-disclosure agreement, often referred to as an “NDA.�
Posted by Richard Chapo

Protect Your Job & Wages

When people call me about employment issues they don't realize one important law- in almost every state you are terminable at will. That means that your employer can fire you anytime and for no reas...
Posted by Susan Chana Lask

Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

One of the prime axioms in life is just when you think it couldn't happen to you, it does. This is a sad fact, and even more so when you consider the crime of identity theft. You take years to establish your financial and individual identity and reputation, and in one moment the illegal act of another washes it all away wreaking havoc on your financial life. The reasons for identity theft are as varied as the circumstances of the unsuspecting victims. There are ways to protect yourself. Being diligent and using common sense can go a long way in preventing this troublesome event from happening in your life. Following are some steps to consider.
Posted by Nicole Soltau

Protecting and Prosecuting Your Images

When your image is used without your permission, your copyright is infringed. Protecting and prosecuting your images go hand-in-hand. If you don't protect them, you can't prosecute them. If you don't prosecute them, then infringers will continue to take advantage of artists, and soon you won't be able to protect your images.
Posted by Carolyn Wright

Protecting Unmarried Couples Relationships

A power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to dictate who you would like to make decisions on your behalf. While there are many useful purposes for a power of attorney, they are especial...
Posted by Jeffrey Broobin

Protecting Your Important Files

If your house burned down tomorrow -- would all of your vital records go up in smoke? If you had to go into the hospital, would your loved ones be able to find what they need to manage your affairs? You need to make sure your important paperwork is protected and easy to access in the case of an emergency.
Posted by Ramona Creel

Protecting Your Leased or Consigned Photographs

Photographers often lease artwork to businesses or sell photos on consignment. But if the business or gallery goes bankrupt, your photos may become part of the bankruptcy estate. The creditors of the business or gallery then may seize your work without further obligation to you.
Posted by Carolyn Wright

Protection for Your Derivative Works

Here's the issue: you photograph a car for the manufacturer in 2004 and register the photo with U.S. Copyright Office. In 2005, the car maker produces the same car except with a different style of wheels. The client asks you to shoot only the new wheels and add them to the original photo using Photoshop. The new photo then will be distributed. Do you need to register the new photograph to obtain full statutory copyright protection? You do if it would qualify as a derivative work.
Posted by Carolyn Wright

Quadriplegia: Victims Seeking Legal Help

Don't stay forever pitying a relative, friend or acquaintance who suffers from quadriplegia, a form of spinal cord injury. They are one of the 10,000 Americans who suffer from spinal cord injuries and permanent paralysis in their arms or legs, every year.
Posted by Blur Loterina

Railroad Accident Lawyer Says: Buckle Your Seatbelts

Massive train crashes seem the dramatic stuff of movies and novels, billowing steam engines destined for disaster, fixed irreversibly on track to collide. Indeed, in the 19th century train companies used head-on train collisions as a publicity stunt. The Crush Crash in Waco, Texas drew so many observers that Waco became, for one night, the second largest city in the state. Perhaps modern day railroads do not encounter anything so catastrophic as the rerouted steam locomotive that caused a mountain to collapse in Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged, but train crashes are still a major problem in the United States. Train crashes injure more than 500 people every year.
Posted by Anna Henningsgaard

Real Memory Machines to Reduce Court Costs and Lawyer's Fees

The present system incarcerates the innocent and allows the rich to get off on ttechnicalities. There is a more effective way to provide a just decision.
Posted by Robert Baird

Reasons for Estate Planning

Do you know what happens if you die without a will? The courts will decide who will raise your children, manage your assets, inherit your possessions, and administer your estate.
Posted by Steve Mueller

Recommendation for Statutory Reconstruction for the Extension of Tax Jurisdiction in Cyberspace

The changing nature of Internet technology and the concept of jurisdiction law has taken new dimensions, which has make it imperative that we should introduce new legislation for defining our tax jurisdiction in internet,
Posted by Adil Waseem

Resolve Disputes With Your Partners Before They Happen

Avoid disputes with your partners by coming to an agreement on how they will be handled before they occur.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Rights and Obligations with Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements are like insurance policies. You do the paperwork, and then hope you'll never need it. However, since half of marriages end in divorce within the first seven years, you may want...
Posted by Jeffrey Broobin

Rights of Publicity For All - Model Releases in Foreign Countries

Photographers often travel to foreign countries and photograph the people there. Do you need to get a model release from the people you photograph? What if they don't speak English?
Posted by Carolyn Wright

Rosen Divorce Collaborates with Mental Health Professionals

Rosen Divorce, the state's largest divorce firm and rising multidisciplinary practice, recently began collaborating with mental health professionals who assist clients in divorce related situations.
Posted by Lee Rosen

S Corporations – Filing The Election

Getting a corporation designated as an “S� can be a bit confusing. If you are committed to getting an “S� corporation, here is how you file the election.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Safeguards for Copyrighted Collective Works

Photographers often submit photos to publishers for inclusion in a book or magazine. But what happens to the copyright for that photo? Does it transfer to the publisher? What is the publisher allowed to do with the copyright?
Posted by Carolyn Wright

School Bus Mishaps

Bus accidents often result in serious injuries and even death. Factors that contribute to these accidents are driver negligence, inadequate security, dangerous roadways, weather conditions, defective products and improper maintenance, among others.
Posted by Blur Loterina

Selecting Your Mesothelioma Attorney or Law Firm

When looking for legal assistance to claim compensation for asbestos injury you want to get the best legal advice available. This is particularly true with legal cases involving an injury such as mesothelioma, where millions of dollars in compensation could be at stake. Selecting the right mesothelioma lawyer could make a big difference to the success of your lawsuit, and also the amount of compensation you receive as settlement for your injury.
Posted by Craig Rowe

Separate But Equal Legacy of Chief Justice Bill Rehnquist

Most White Americans have no idea that Chief Justice Bill Rehnquist, while he served as a law clerk to Justice Robert Jackson in 1952-53, wrote a legal memo defending the old and reviled "separate but equal" doctrine. But Black Americans are well aware that Rehnquist espoused beliefs that would have kept them out of public schools, out of public colleges and universities, using filthy and cracked public toilets, drinking out of separate water fountains, etc. Rehnquist's voting record on the court speaks louder than any excuses offered during his confirmation hearings. He has sought to gut the holding of Brown v. Board, whenever possible, as with other civil rights holdings, including the important Miranda warnings that police officers must give suspects upon detaining them.
Posted by Dr. Michael A. S. Guth

Service by Substitution in California

Section 415.20 (b) of the California Civil Code Of Procedure States: If a copy of the summons and complaint cannot with reasonable diligence be personally delivered to the person to be served, as specified in Section 416.60, 416.70, 416.80, or 416.90, a summons may be served by leaving a copy of the summons and complaint at the person's dwelling house, usual place of abode, usual place of business, or usual mailing address other than a United States Postal Service post office box...
Posted by David Hallstrom
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