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May 26, 2010 By A. Ongur Ergan Law & Consulting Co.
The main purpose of this article is to inform readers about settlement of energy disputes that arise in Turkey by international arbitration method and in particular ICSID arbitration process.
May 25, 2010 By Fiset Légal inc.
This article refers to the several recourses available to enable a syndicate of co-ownership to collect the contributions for common expenses (condo fees) from co-owners who are negligent in remitting these expenses.
May 25, 2010 By Williams Law Chambers
Although mention of the Islands of The Bahamas will typically evoke images of sun sand and sea, these 700 sun-kissed cays mask an ever-increasing cache of often untapped resources. Like the sea creatures that choose these Islands as their playground, global citizens find The Bahamas alluring for more reasons than its friendly population, its easy-going way of life, and its appealing climate.
May 25, 2010 By Mariscal & Associates
We are currently in an economic stage of globalization and the internationalization of trade relations. Within this period, the increasing complexity of transactions and the current economic crisis are contributing factors to a greater proliferation of international commercial disputes.
May 24, 2010 By Çelik Law Firm
The regulation of real estate law is set forth in section four of the Turkish Civil Code, named as Law of Property. This section stipulates the subject matter of real property, procedure for acquisition and termination of ownership rights and main principles of property law. In addition, the said section of property law deals with non-proprietary interests to real estate, such as easements, real estate obligations, mortgage and charge over property.
May 24, 2010 By Ledford & Wu
Even though many members of Generation Y might consider themselves too young to consider it, filing for bankruptcy may provide them with a way out of seemingly insurmountable personal debt.
May 22, 2010 By Law Offices of Barry G. Doyle, P.C.
Nursing home residents frequently develop bed sores or pressure ulcers. Federal regulations place extensive obligations on nursing homes to prevent and treat bed sores or pressure ulcers. Their failure of the nursing home staff to provide the very basic care which is needed to prevent bed sores or pressure ulcers may be the basis of a claim of violations of the Illinois Nursing Home Care Act.
May 21, 2010 By Mesriani Law Group
Sometimes, employees may have unreasonable expectations about their salary but more often, when it comes to California wage disputes, problems usually arise when an employer fails to pay minimum wage, overtime pay or would even make unnecessary deductions from the employee’s salary.
May 20, 2010 By Johnson & McLoyd, PLC
If you are being evicted for nonpayment of rent and there has not yet been a court judgment in favor of your lessor/landlord, filing for bankruptcy may be able to help you avoid and/or postpone eviction.
Passing Off in China - A Review of Recent Cases Decided under Article 5 of the PRC Anti-Unfair Competition Law
May 20, 2010 By MMLC Group
The PRC Anti-Unfair Competition Law has become a powerful weapon for dealing with unfair and corrupt business practices. This article focused on the intellectual property protections aspects of this law. Article 5 of this law is akin to the common law action for passing off, but could be seen as being broader and more flexible.