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Proposals for Strengthening Copyright Protection in the Digital World – Hong Kong Copyright (Amendment) Bill
December 2, 2011 By Angela Wang & Co.
Since 2006, Hong Kong has considered different proposals for copyright reform to facilitate the development of copyright protection and to cope with the rapid changing digital environment in Hong Kong.
December 2, 2011 By Robert J. Kulas, P.A.
The entertainment industry was dealt a blow last month when the British singer Amy Winehouse was found dead in her posh North London home.
As you reach the latter stages of your working years it is likely that you are simultaneously tying up any loose ends that remain as you prepare to ease into retirement.
As we allow the impact of the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 to set in some of the finer details are starting to come into focus.
Due to the new tax relief measure that was passed in mid-December we are working with an estate tax rate of 35% in 2011 and 2012.
Suspect’s Fifth Amendment Rights not Violated when He Volunteered Statements about His Killing Another
December 1, 2011 By Greg Hill & Associates
Thomas Kemp kidnapped Hector Juarez, used Juarez’s ATM card to withdraw $200 from Juarez’s bank account and then used a .380 handgun to shoot Juarez twice in the head, killing him. Kemp then made two more attempts to use Juarez’s ATM card, but could not remember the PIN number.
December 1, 2011 By Mesriani Law Group
A traumatic brain injury is a sudden, non-congenital physical impairment brought by an external force that would result to a disruption of the brain’s normal functioning. Traumatic brain injuries range from a simple nudge to the head through a hard surface to a strong blow to the head that can damage the brain and the skull.
For months now, financial districts and civic centers throughout the United States have been filled with demonstrators protesting economic and social inequalities. While police have targeted the crowds with canisters of tear gas, motorists have struck them with their cars, in some cases intentionally. Recently, in Oakland, California, two protestors suffered personal injury when a car struck them, prompting discussions about motorists’ liability in collisions with protesting pedestrians.
Studies in Oregon and California recently revealed that consumers have unwittingly been exposed to the chemical formaldehyde and its personally injurious health effects, explains a lawyer. Although marketed as “formaldehyde free,” a popular hair-straightening product contained amounts of the chemical in excess of the 2.0 percent considered safe by the Cosmetics Ingredient Review Expert Panel.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in 2010 that homicidal violence is the fourth leading cause of workplace death in the country. Moreover homicide is the leading cause of death for female employees, the incidence of which rose by 13 percent that year. A series of violent acts against female employees resulting in injuries and fatalities in Orange County and other California areas illustrate the severity of the problem, explains an attorney.