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May 13, 2011 By Plachta, Murphy & Associates, P.C.
How a Business Attorney Can Help: A Legal Guide to Owning a Business.
May 13, 2011 By Gabriel Sawma, Esq., Expert Consultant
Under the rules of divorce in Islamic sharia, a husband has the prerogative right to divorce his wife any time, any place, with or without any reason. Under certain conditions, the wife may request from the religious judge a judicial divorce in case of ‘harm’ or maltreatment (darar), as stated by the Maliki School of jurisprudence.
Costco v. Omega, 562 US, Per Curiam: Are Foreign-sold Gray Market Goods Eempt from the First Sale Doctrine?
May 13, 2011 By Michaud-Kinney Group LLP
In Costco v. Omega, the Ninth Circuit held that the first sale doctrine was not available as a defense to unauthorized importation and distribution of a U.S. copyrighted work that was first made or sold outside of the U.S. under the authorization of the copyright owner because the Copyright Act does not extend to activity outside the U.S.
May 13, 2011 By MNF Global, LLC
10 factors to consider before an attorney with portable business makes a lateral move to a law firm.
The Obligations of International Organisations When Investigating on Informal Complaints of Harassment
May 13, 2011 By Lorenz
On February 2, 2011, the ILO Tribunal rendered two judgments dealing with cases of harassment within international organisations. The Tribunal ruled that the claims challenging the sufficiency of the investigations carried out by the organisation at stake were admissible and allocated damages to the applicants, although the complaints were initially lodged in an informal way only.
May 12, 2011 By Wolpert Schreiber P.C.
In Pennsylvania, dog bites would be covered under the dog owner's homeowner's insurance, as long as there isn't an exclusion.
Proponents of a law banning texting argue that legislation will decrease accidents. But opponents contend that it's nearly impossible to enforce any anti-texting law, since for an officer to prove a violation, the driver must consent to a check of the phone log. That or the officer must present a search warrant, which is unlikely in a simple traffic stop.
Product-related water injuries – that is, injuries independent of any individual’s negligence -- constitutes a liability claim. The seller or manufacturer of the equipment becomes liable, and open to lawsuit.
For some Americans, their car -- not their home -- is their castle. So having an accident destroys not just the car’s sheet metal, but the owner’s peace of mind. Not to mention the possibility of injury.
The difference in size between the average passenger car and a truck means the average accident always favors the truck driver, with injuries typically sustained by operator or passengers of the car. If there is a collision, chances are good there will be serious injuries to motorists.