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Celebrex Law Suits Looking Like a Strong Case

Pharmaceuticals wield enormous power, not only because of their huge monetary value, but because they have the power to toy with the hopes of the chronically ill.
Posted by Dave Hoffman

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Law Information

Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code governs the process of reorganization under the bankruptcy laws of the United States.
Posted by Steve Austin

Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Law Information

Chapter 12 of the Bankruptcy Code was enacted by Congress in 1986, specifically to meet the needs of financially distressed family farmers. The primary purpose of this legislation was to give family farmers facing bankruptcy a chance to reorganize their debts and keep their farms.
Posted by Steve Austin

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Basics

The purpose behind Chapter 13 Bankruptcy filing is rehabilitation of the debtor. Meaning you are given the opportunity to repay some or all of your debts...but under generally better terms (lower or no interest).
Posted by Tim S

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Law Information

Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing is a way for individuals in the United States to undergo a financial reorganization supervised by a federal bankruptcy court.
Posted by Steve Austin

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Individuals can file for bankruptcy in a federal court under Chapter 7 ("straight bankruptcy", formally liquidation) or Chapter 13 (a "reorganization", formally debt adjustment case).
Posted by Steve Austin

Charter Remedies: §24(1) & (2)

Once a judge has found that an Applicant's Charter rights have been violated, what remedies are available? By knowing what elements a court will need in order to grant the relief sought, an applicant can present their best case.
Posted by Marc Holterman

Child Custody, The Painful Truth

Child custody is not an easy choice. Whether attorneys and judges decide on who will get the child custody or if parents can come to an agreement on their own, someone is going to lose. There are specific laws with very stringent guidelines about child custody. The bottom line is not who should have rights to child custody, but who is going to provide the best environment and upbringing for the child.
Posted by S. A. Baker

Child Molester Registration and Lawyers

Child Molesters are a dangerous problem for any community. These predators threaten our civilization and our family's security. Child Molesters once they leave prison are required to register as sex offenders to alert communities of potential future problems. This also serves to alert parents of problematic areas so they can protect their own children.
Posted by Lance Winslow

Child Support Enforcement and Federal Criminal Law

Child support can be enforced by using Federal Criminal Law
Posted by Jean Mahserjian

Child Support in the Arizona Family Court: How Do Social Security Benefits Affect Calculations?

Parents often argue over the correct child support amount in family law cases. When the issue of a parent, the child or both receiving social security benefits is factored in, an already contentious case becomes more complex. Here is a summary of the Arizona law on the subject.
Posted by Trent Wilcox

Choosing a Boston Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have had the misfortune to suffer a personal injury, you will understand just how deeply such an event can change your life.
Posted by Dave Hoffman

Choosing the Best Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyer

If you're in need of a personal injury lawyer, it means that you've already experienced something terrible – either you or your loved one has been hurt.
Posted by Dave Hoffman

Choosing the Right Paralegal Courses

Paralegals typically have a bachelor's degree to help them professionally assist lawyers or corporations and government agencies dealing with the law. Paralegals help lawyers navigate the large amounts of paperwork generated in legal proceedings by indexing, photocopying, and filing.
Posted by Kent Pinkerton

Civil And Common Laws Information

In a criminal case, the government generally brings charges in one of two ways: either by accusing a suspect directly in a "bill of information" or other similar document, or by bringing evidence before a grand jury to allow that body to determine whether the case should proceed.
Posted by Steve Austin

Class Action Lawsuit Advice

Just last week I received a letter in the mail informing me that I was a member of a class action lawsuit against Apple's hip iPods. The letter was written in lawyer-talk and offered a few options. So what is the right thing to do with a class action notice? I would advise talking to your lawyer, but first, read this article and find out what class action is all about.
Posted by Anna Henningsgaard

Class-Action Lawsuits – Can They Help You?

Recent withdrawals of Vioxx and Bextra have renewed interest in class-action lawsuits. What is a class-action lawsuit?
Posted by Charles Essmeier

Class Action Lawsuits and Unethical Settlements

A trend has now developed in which the plaintiff class counsel compete with one another to offer the best and most sweeping settlement terms to defendants, and these settlements generally contain a global release of all claims in other fora. Once these global releases are approved and entered as part of a class action judgment, the releases effectively extinguish or bar related actions by class members in any other states and jurisdictions. An attorney who wishes to conduct his class action practice in a diligent and ethical manner can be harmed by the unethical behavior of some class counsel who use claims in other fora as a bargaining chip to maximize the settlement terms for their own fee award.
Posted by Dr. Michael A. S. Guth

Class Action Suit

A class action suit is a lawsuit against a company by multiple plaintiffs who were similarly injured by the defendant. In addition to positive and negative sides of filing a class action suit from an ease standpoint, there are benefits or detriments to class action suits from a settlement standpoint.
Posted by Margaret Wommack

Class Action Suits

A class action lawsuit is a different format than most lawsuits because it is brought on by one or more people on behalf of themselves as well as a host of other people in a similar situation. If a group of people have experienced the same circumstances and these common issues are the most critical issues of the lawsuit, they can partake in a class action together.
Posted by Anna Henningsgaard


Closure represents the triumph of reality over illusion, recognition that things are the way they are, not the way we wish them to be. “A man has got to know his limitations.� Clint Eastwood, Magnum Force
Posted by Charles Parselle

Collection Agency Practices

The following information is useful to creditors who are collecting money themselves, or are seeking the help of a debt collection agency. You can use these collection agency practices guidelines when evaluating your own in-house collection procedures. For more detailed information please view the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Posted by Steve Austin

Computer Forensics

The computer forensics performs their legal duties regarding digital discovery of the documents
Posted by Adil Waseem

Connecticut Jury Awards and Out-of-Court Settlements: Examples of Damages Awards

This article provides representative samples of jury awards or other damages awarded to settle law cases filed in federal and state courts in Connecticut. These damage awards may be useful to attorneys and injured parties to calculate what comparable claims might yield in their state.
Posted by Dr. Michael A. S. Guth

Consumers - Fight Back With FTC's Do Not Call Registry

The Federal Trade Commission has rolled out it's National Do Not Call Registry and the registration site already has over 700,000 registrants. This is great news for consumers who have grown tired o...
Posted by James H. Dimmitt

Contesting a Will or a Trust. Can it Be Done?

Contesting a Will or a Trust. Can it be done? A review of the basis of contesting a will or trust.
Posted by Phil Craig

Contractor Scams Explained

Every time, little repairs such as leaks, broken window glasses, etc. need to be done, you are always pressured to fix these things immediately. And because of this, contractor scams happen to you sometimes without your knowledge. It will only be later that you'll realize that you have been fooled by these fraudulent individuals.
Posted by Gil Mart Abareta

Contracts: Don't Pick Up Your Pencil

Protect your bottom line. Don't pick up your pencil until your client has signed the dotted line. I refer to the temptation for many artists, designers and other creatives to jump the gun and begin work on a project before there is a signed contract...
Posted by Ellen Zucker

Converting Formats Should Be Legal

The US Copyright Laws are broken. Under current copyright law it is illegal for a business to buy a piece of media in one format and convert it to another better format that is unavailable to them. Karaoke disc are a prime example.
Posted by Tim Smith

Copyright – What Can You Protect?

The legal protection known has “copyright� has come front and center over the past few years with major legal rulings regarding peer-to-peer networks on the Internet. Copyright protection, however, can be a confusing area of the law. This article details what can and cannot be protected by copyright.
Posted by Richard Chapo
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