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greenHow to Divorce In Turkey

     By Cindemir Law Office
This article aims to clarify the matters concerning separation and divorcement in relation with Turkish family law. The article touched on the procedures of divorce and also grounds of divorce in Turkey.

greenMelendez-Diaz's Impact on Military Urinalysis Cases

The recent US Supreme Court decision in Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts has significant implications for defendants in the civilian court system and their counterparts in the military justice system-particularly when it comes to alleged violations of the military's strict zero tolerance drug policy.

greenFort Hood Shootings Raise Questions about Doctor-Patient Confidentiality

The November 5 Fort Hood shootings raise several serious legal questions, particularly concerning the bounds of psychotherapist-patient confidentiality. Recent news reports revealed that the alleged shooter, Army psychiatrist Nidal Malik Hassan, wanted to have several of his soldier patients prosecuted for war crimes based on information they revealed during therapy sessions with Hassan.

blueThe Confrontation Clause for the Twenty-First Century

     By Patrick J. McLain
Under the Confrontation Clause of the Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, a person accused of a crime has the right "to be confronted with the witnesses against him." However, the particular contours of this right have shifted with time.

blueForensics Evidence in Texas: a Foundation Shattered

     By Patrick J. McLain
Forensic evidence is fundamental to the foundation of much of the U.S. criminal justice system. Scientific analysis of physical evidence of crime has produced evidence that has put many citizens behind bars, and exonerated others.

blueNew Regulation Clarifies China's Taxation Rules of Foreign Representative Offices

     By Guo Lian Law Firm
China State Administration of Taxation issued on 20 February 2010 the Provisional Measures for Tax Collection and Administration for Foreign-Enterprise Representative Office (“Provisional Measures”). The Provisional Measures bring significant changes to the existing taxation rules and should have significant implications on the tax liabilities of representative offices.

greenCompanies Law – Winding Up of an Unregistered Foreign Company in Hong Kong

     By Angela Wang & Co.
A company was incorporated in the Cayman Islands and its shares were listed on the main board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited.

bluePersonal Injury Cases Frequently Asked Questions

The author replies to the most commonly asked questions about personal injury.

bluePharmacy Errors in Florida

More than 1 Million People are Injured Each Year by Mistakes Made at Pharmacies Across America

blueHandling an Uninsured Motorist Personal Injury Claim in California

As a personal injury attorney in San Francisco, CA, I often see situations where an individual is involved in an accident with someone who has no insurance or assets. If you have uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage on your policy, you may still be able to make a claim. This article will address uninsured or under-insured motorist, or what is commonly referred to as UM, coverage for a personal injury claim in California.



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