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How To Win Your Social Security Case-Disability Benefits If You Suffer From Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Winning a Social Security Disability case for someone who suffers from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and/or Fibromyalgia (CFS/FMS) can be very difficult. However, with proper preparation I am often able ...
Posted by Sheri Abrams

How Well Do You Know The Constitution

Abstract: How well do you know the Constitution? The Constitution has as its origin the idea that the people hold all power. The powers that were given to the United States in the Constitution were either exclusive or concurrent (that is shared) with the individual States. And to carry out these exclusive and concurrent powers, the United States was given the power "to make laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by this Constitution in the government of the United States, or in any department or officer thereof. Article 1, Section 18, Constitution of the United States." Originally, the Constitution had no bill of rights. The reason for this, according to our forefathers, "was that the new government was one of specific and enumerated powers and possessed no authority except in those spheres where it had received a grant of power... Since the powers of Congress were limited by enumeration, it would be absurd to attach an additional section to the Constitution specifying what Congress could not do."
Posted by Dan Goodman

I Comply, You Comply, We Comply ... Are You Sure?

Failure to follow corporate formalities may expose corporate officers, directors and shareholders to personal liability. Maintaining good records, including corporate minutes, on a timely basis goes ...
Posted by Robert Neuberger

Identity Theft (R&R)?

One of the hottest buzzwords in the news today is Identity Theft which is now reaching epidemic proportions...
Posted by Robert Hart

Identity Theft Hurts Pets, Consumers and Businesses

Identity theft and Brand Name Loss, whose identity are we protecting? FTC VS Petco, nobody wins. America, her pets, consumers and corporations take the fall, the criminals nowhere to be found.
Posted by Lance Winslow

Identity Theft Prevention Guide - 17 Prevention Tips to Protect Your Family

10 Million victims of Identity Theft in the last 5 years. Don't be the next ONE. Understand the Risk of Exposure. Minimize your risk of being victimized by America's Fastest Growing Crime.
Posted by Jose Rodriguez

Identity Theft Prevention: Raising the Bar on Protection

Identity theft is fast becoming an epidemic in today's society, and can be perpetrated in ways that many people would never stop to consider. Without ever realizing it, you might be leaving yourself open to having your very own identity stolen – and may not discover the full impact of its implications for many years to come.
Posted by Nikki Greene

Identity Theft Recovery: The Road Back

Talking about identity theft prevention is of course a good idea but what do you do when identity theft strikes? Where do you begin?
Posted by Daryl Campbell

Identity Theft Scams

Identity Theft scams continue to flourish on the web. One that you need to be aware of and beware of is any site that seems to be selling high-demand items (digital cameras for instance) at a much l...
Posted by James H. Dimmitt

Identity Theft Shield

We live in an information-oriented society. Technology allows us to do business and make transactions literally in a matter of seconds. This abundance of information has given rise to a new crime - i...
Posted by Mark Freink

Identity Theft: Let Me Count The Ways

I almost became a victim of an identity theft technique called "phishing". I wish it were the ONLY form of identity theft.
Posted by Daryl Campbell

Identity Theft: Oh No... Not Them

It's not just the many ways and identity can be stolen that has turned identity theft into an epidemic. In many cases, it's who's doing the stealing...
Posted by Daryl Campbell

If You've Been Injured, Do You Even Need A Lawyer?

Learn why you can settle an injury claim yourself. Then again, you might reconsider and realize that having an experienced attorney on your side might just be the best thing for your case.
Posted by Gerry Oginski

Important Paralegal Services

Paralegals are legal assistants who spend most of their time helping to manage the massive paperwork generated by legal proceedings. Paralegals file, sort, index, photocopy, and draft legal documents. They may also hold hearings and interview witnesses.
Posted by Kent Pinkerton

In a personal injury lawsuit, will I have to be examined by a doctor for the other side?

Learn why a physical examination is required by the other side when you bring a lawsuit to get compensated for your injuries.
Posted by Gerry Oginski

In Virginia, Can You Get Lifetime Workers' Compensation for Your Work Place Injury?

Virginia provides lifetime workers' compensation but only in certain rare instances. In almost all other cases, you cannot get lifetime workers compensation in Virginia.
Posted by Jerry Lutkenhaus

Information Linking Vioxx to Workers Compensation

Vioxx Attorneys - Vioxx Lawyers While the cause of these results is uncertain at this time, they suggest an increased risk of confirmed cardiovascular events beginning after 18 months of...
Posted by Leon Pena

Information on Defective Products' Cases

Every year, millions of people are being injured or harmed by defective products. A product can be considered to be defective for various 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 Gil Mart Abareta

Infringement Nightmare - Morals to the Story

True Story: A photographer recently settled for $275,000 with the Dallas Cowboys after the Cowboys used one of his pictures on clothing and other merchandise without permission. But after the settlement was reached, the Cowboys barred the photographer from ever working in Texas Stadium where the Cowboys play. Here's a case when the photographer was caught beween a rock and a hard place.
Posted by Carolyn Wright

Injured in a Bicycle Accident in Los Angeles?

Have you, or someone you know, been injured in an accident involving a bicycle?
Posted by Dave Hoffman

Injuries Sustained from Accidents on Boats

We are going to give you the important facts you need to know, before anything else. Did you know that there are almost thirteen million recreational numbered boats in the United States? Meanwhile, boating accident resulting to injuries number close to six thousand every year and cause over thirty nine million dollars in property damage. Last 2002, in a boating accident case, 750 people were killed. In almost 40% of these boating accidents case fatalities involve alcohol. Fatalities are most often the result of drowning.
Posted by Blur Loterina

Injury At Work? Workplace Injury Lawyer Will Help!

Since the days of Upton Sinclaire's “The Jungle�, workplace injury law has improved to protect workers and repay them for injuries incurred at work. Departments like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have been developed to monitor working conditions and maintain a benchmark level of safety for workers. Not only is your employer responsible for providing a safe workplace, they must support you when you suffer injuries on the job site.
Posted by Anna Henningsgaard

Innocence: Presumed?

The presumption of innocence is one of the central, and most cherished, of common law principles. In Canada §11(d) of the Charter guarantees an accused due process.
Posted by Marc Holterman

Innovators: How To Turn Your Dreams Into Reality

Whether you have tried to sell your ideas in the past and failed or whether you have never tried beyond nurturing your ideas in your mind, please remember this--if you deeply believe in your ideas an...
Posted by Neil Armand

Intellectual Property – Trade Marks – Distinctive Character Test – Landmark Decision

The recent decision by the European Court of Justice (“ECJ�) in Societé des Produits Nestlé SA v Mars UK Ltd [2005], makes it easier for trade mark owners to satisfy the distinctive character test when applying for registration of their trade marks. The ECJ decided that the necessary distinctive character required for a trade mark registration can be acquired as a consequence of its use as part of another registered trade mark provided that an average, well-informed consumer would deem it to be distinctive of its trade origin.
Posted by Rosanna Cooper

Intellectual Property - What It Is

Intellectual Property (often just called “IP�) is a general term covering patents, trademarks, designs, copyrights, geographical indications and in some countries the concept of "unfair competition".
Posted by P.M.George Kutty

Intellectual Property Forums Make $100 Billion Industry Accessible To Innovators

The intellectual property transfer market is now estimated to be worth over $100 billion. If you have a new idea, an invention, a new art or craft, you may be able to license it or sell it for millio...
Posted by Neil Armand

Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property Law can be quite confusing at times. Copyrights, trademarks and patents all have a role in protecting your hard earned content and knowing their role is half the battle.
Posted by Joe Regan

Intellectual Property Protection: Legal Right Protection

Intellectual property, although intangible, is still ownable and your intellectual property rights should be protected. Modern business, especially since the rise of the internet has seen a rise in the creation of intellectual property. However the internet makes it even easier for someone to steal your ideas and work. An intellectual property lawyer who is trained to help reclaim patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret rights can help protect your intellectual property.
Posted by Margaret Wommack

Intellectual Property: Counterfeiting - Government Consultation

Counterfeiting is a major problems for pharmaceutical and other companies. Intellectual Property ("IP") crime (counterfeiting and piracy as it is more widely known), has grown considerably over the past 10 years and is reported to have serious economic effects both in the UK and globally.
Posted by Rosanna Cooper
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