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Ask, And It Will Be Given: Disclosure

In any prosecution for tax evasion or other tax charge, the Crown Attorney is obligated, by law, to make disclosure to the Defence of information and documents in their possession. Your job, or your lawyer's job, is to see that they get all of the information to which you/they are entitled and they get it soon enough to prepare the best defense possible.
Posted by Marc Holterman

Assault & Battery – Criminal Law

Each year there are over 800,000 assaults reported to local law enforcement agencies.
Posted by Todd Going

Asset Searching for Recovery Actions - The Decision Maker's Critical Tool Part 1

How to do a quality, indepth Asset Search...
Posted by Thomas Lawson

Asset Searching for Recovery Actions - The Decision Maker's Tool Part 2

How to do a quality, indepth Asset Search, Part 2: Credit reports should be obtained from all major credit bureaus in order to completely determine the subject's credit worthiness or credit status...
Posted by Thomas Lawson

Attorney Advertising: How To Choose an Injury and Medical Malpractice Lawyer

You need to have lots of information before choosing the right injury attorney. Do your research, ask questions, and importantly, get references.
Posted by Gerry Oginski

Attorney-Client Privilege

Attorney (or solicitor) client privilege is the legal protection given at common law to communications between lawyers and their clients. Although not absolute the protection is essential to the administration of justice and the scope of its protection that every client should know.
Posted by Marc Holterman

Attornies Are The Last Superheros In A Society Gone Mad

Clarity gives you choices and power! Lawyers can give you the clarity you need when making decisions that could affect you and your family's life....
Posted by Lawrence X. Young

Auto Accident Lawyers

Automobiles can cause grave accidents leading to serious injuries. A large percentage of auto accidents are caused by negligence and recklessness of drivers. Some are due to intoxication or drug influenced drivers. A number are caused by poorly designed roads and improper traffic signals. It can also be caused by a defective vehicle or tire.
Posted by Maricon Williams

Automobile No-Fault

If you were in an automobile accident in New York, you need to know more information about the “No-Fault Law.�
Posted by Bernard Anderson

Autopsies - Do I Need An Autopsy To Prove Our Death Case?

Learn why an autopsy is a vital piece of evidence in proving a wrongful death case. You'll learn why having an autopsy can make or break your case.
Posted by Gerry Oginski

Bankruptcy - In New York, can I bring a lawsuit for my injuries and keep all the proceeds?

Learn whether a bankruptcy prevents you from collecting money for your injuries.
Posted by Gerry Oginski

Bankruptcy Abuse and Fraud

(In 2005), the United States Congress enacted and President George W. Bush signed into law legislation that vastly changes the laws of bankruptcy as they pertain to individuals.
Posted by Steve Austin

Bankruptcy Proceedings

Bankruptcy is federal statutory law (Title 11 of the United States Code) based upon the Constitutional requirement for "uniform laws on the subject of Bankruptcy throughout the United States." (Article I, Section 8). Bankruptcy proceedings are undertaken in the United States Bankruptcy Courts, part of the District Court system.
Posted by Steve Austin

Baycol Lawsuit Lawyer: Baycol Side Effects Litigation

The German pharmaceutical company Bayer AG announced in August of 2001 a voluntary withdrawal of its drug Baycol (cerivastatin) from the US and European markets. Over 31 people have died while taking the drug. They perish of severe muscle breakdown, a rare condition that has been associated with cholesterol-lowering drugs like Baycol. Baycol has been used worldwide by over 6 million people, and it will remain on the market in Japan where gemfibrozil is unavailable.
Posted by Anna Henningsgaard

Better Late Than Never – Register Your Published Photographs

There's no doubt that it's easier to register your photographs before you publish them. But if you didn't get it done then, it's better late than never to register your published images. The good news is that it's more convenient and cheaper than ever to register your photographs after they have been published.
Posted by Carolyn Wright

Better Legal Billing: Win Win Client Options

In the old days of legal billing, lawyer's invoices — usually a single page of elegant letterhead—contained only the phrase, "legal services rendered," and a hefty dollar amount. No time breakdowns, no list of activities performed or equipment and supplies used—just a final, usually shocking, charge.
Posted by Dan Harris

Bextra Lawyer Says: Don't Feel Guilty, Get a Bextra Lawyer

By now you have probably heard about a little drug known as BEXTRA. Just in case you have been out of the loop, it is a medicine that treats the pain and inflammation of arthritis.
Posted by Joe Regan

Brief on Jailing Child Support Debtors in Unconstitutional Debtor Prisons

The demonization of noncustodial parents is used to justify all manner of inhumane treatment for those who owe child support. Sylvia Folk, a noncustodial mother, testified before Congress that she was incarcerated for seventy-two days for nonpayment. The judge candidly acknowledged his awareness that she lacked the money to pay but vowed to, and did, hold her until the ransom was paid by her church. As cruel as it sounds, the one remedy that almost always works is incarceration. Family court judges call it "the magic fountain."...
Posted by Dr. Michael A. S. Guth

Bugging and Tape Recording Conversations in Arizona: Is it Legal?

People, both those involved in lawsuits and those with no legal matter pending, often desire to tape record conversations but are unsure about their legal right to do so. The answer depends on exactly what you want to do and where.
Posted by Trent Wilcox

Business Name – How To Pick One From A Legal Perspective

A business name can be a huge factor in the ultimate success or failure of the entity. Unfortunately, many people fail to give a lot of thought to it prior to moving forward. There are many factors to consider including something memorable, a name related to your area of work and, potentially, the availability of the domain name.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Butt-Fried Rice

One thing, of many things actually, that you find happily lacking in the Mexican press is the reporting of silly and insane lawsuits.
Posted by Douglas Bower

California - What Happens When You Get A DUI?

When a driver in the state of California is arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol their driver's license is immediately confiscated by the police and then served with the DMV's ‘Notice of Suspension'.
Posted by Todd Going

California Business Entities – How Long Does It Take To Get Approved?

You've done your research and have decided on a business entity. You're chomping at the bit to open a bank account and get moving. You file your corporation or LLC with the Secretary of State and waitÂ…and waitÂ…and wait. Just how long is this going to take?
Posted by Richard Chapo

California Financial Privacy Law Partially Invalidated

The 9th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals has dealt a blow to privacy advocates by invalidating a California privacy law. In litigation brought by the American Bankers Association and others, the appellate court overruled the finding of a trial judge that the California law could stand. Instead, the appellate justices found the law to be pre-empted in part by the federal 2003 Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act.
Posted by Richard Chapo

California Limited Liability Company – An Overview

Limited liability companies (“LLC�) are a fairly popular business entity choice for small businesses. The popularity stems from the fact that the entity provides the asset protection of a corporation, but the relative tax simplicity of a partnership.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Can I Get Social Security Disability for Fibromyalgia?

Social Security is starting to rethink Fibromyalgia, but it is still tough to obtain Disability for Fibromyalgia...
Posted by Jerry Lutkenhaus

Can I Get Workers Compensation for a Repetitive Injury in Virginia?

It is a general rule in Virginia that an injured worker cannot get workers compensation for a repetive injury even though the injury occurred in the work place.
Posted by Jerry Lutkenhaus

Case Watchers Make It Easy To Keep Up With Criminal Trial News

Nothing is more frustrating than trying to search for news about a specific trial, especially when the mainstream media isn't interested. Now, Case Watchers keeps readers apprised in an easy t...
Posted by Marti Talbott

Cases Involving Defective Products

Each year, millions of people are being harmed by defective products. A defective product is a product that causes injury or harm to a person. A product may be considered to be defective for many different reasons such as design defect, failure to warn, failure to guard, unfit for intended use, defect in construction, or a defect in materials. With this, defective product claims can be based on negligence, strict liability, or breach of warranty of fitness depending on the jurisdiction within which the claim is based.
Posted by Blur Loterina

Celebrex Class Action Suits – Regaining Power For The People

The first Celebrex class action suit to be filed is believed to be the one submitted in Illinois, in December 2004. That same month, Pfizer announced that a recently performed clinical trial revealed that those taking Celebrex were at increased risk.
Posted by Carl Spanier
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