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blueEarly Neutral Evaluation Pilot Programs Showing Great Promise in Minnesota

Minnesota is leading the nation in proving adversarial court proceedings are not always the best option for deciding the most contentious issues in a divorce. In fact, sometimes the best way to resolve emotionally taxing issues like child custody, parenting time and spousal support is by giving the divorcing couples the opportunity to resolve these issues themselves, and to do so early in the process. With a little help, of course.

blueWhat Rights Do Noncustodial Parents Have in Minnesota?

Bristol Palin, daughter of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, recently sued her ex-boyfriend Levi Johnston for more child support money. Johnston, the father of their 1-year-old child, is more than $18,000 behind on child support payments, according to the complaint.

blueQuestioning the Value of Facebook During Divorce

     By RA Jaworski PC
Facebook has become one of the most popular sites on the Internet, with more than 400 million active users. Offering the opportunity to easily connect with friends and loved ones, Facebook has developed loyal users and has amassed an amazing amount of information about these users.

greenThe Ultimate Losses. Who Will Hold BP Liable?

     By Winters & Yonker PA
No one lost more than those 11 workers who died on April 20 in the massive explosion that engulfed the offshore oil rig in flames and sent it into the then-blue water of the Gulf. Their loss of life has been largely overlooked in the nonstop media coverage that has followed in the weeks since the catastrophe. The workers who suffered severe injuries in the explosion have likewise been ignored.

blueNew Guideline to Clarify Roles of Collateral Agents and Underwriters

Since most credit institutions (including banks) provide collateral agent services as well as acting as underwriters, the regulation stipulated in the Financial Supervision Authority's latest advisory guideline entitled Generally Recognized Professional Requirements upon Rendering Investment Services and Non-Core Services will introduce some new rules of play.

greenAustralian Tourist Visa

Introduction: The Australian Tourist Visa (subclass 676) is the visa typically obtained by Thai citizens looking to visit Australia. The visa allows visitors to stay in Australia for either three or six months.

blueHow to Prove Employer-Employee Relations

     By Mesriani Law Group
Determining employer-employee relations is an important part of business, not only because it determines the obligations and duties of both the employer and the employee but also because the existence of such relationship vests an employee with certain rights.

greenAn Expert for Which, Defendant or Plaintiff Cases? Impartiality Is the Key

Continuing his monthly expert witness publication, Jeremy Rappoport, President and founder of Rappoport Development Consulting Services LLC discusses the importance of impartiality governing the decision to represent defendant or plaintiff cases.

blueTaking a Hard Look at the Benefits and Risks of Lasik Eye Surgery: 20/20 Foresight

Riding the Wavefront—An Update on Refractive Surgery Litigation©

greenDebt Settlement Companies: Saviors or Scoundrels

Debt-strapped consumers are being warned by consumer advocates that using debt settlement companies could leave them deeper in debt. The Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission has spoken out in regard to the need for greater regulation over the debt-settlement industry.



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