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February 7, 2012 By MarQonsult IP
MIFF Sdn. Bhd. v Kuala Lumpur & Selangor Furniture Entrepreneur Association and Ors  MLJU 1216. The Plaintiff is involved in providing services relating to the organizing and holding of exhibitions, trade fairs and shows in the furniture industry by reference to the name MIFF. MIFF is registered as a trademark since 9 March 2000 in Class 35 for aforesaid services in general.
February 7, 2012 By Law Offices of Thomas J. Murphy, Jr.
To many, the terms “full tort” and “limited tort” have little to no meaning. Unfortunately, for personal injury victims, it can mean the difference between being fully and partially compensated by insurance companies after sustaining injuries. While some people will never have to understand what full tort and limited tort are during their lifetime, others will have to deal with this situation, which becomes disheartening when they fail to comprehend their options.
February 6, 2012 By Drakeley PLLC
Owing the IRS money is stressful, particularly when there is absolutely no way that you can pay the amount you owe. There are various options available to taxpayers to help ease the stress when you owe a substantial amount of money, including an installment agreement. However, there are times when a taxpayer has exhausted all of the payment options; it is in these situations that a Seattle Offers in Compromise attorney may be able to help.
February 6, 2012 By Clardy Tuomey
Maybe you think this is a nightmare, but suddenly, you're facing criminal charges. It could be a surprise, or you could have known it was coming because you have been under investigation for some time. Either way, you need the services of an Arlington criminal defense attorney right away.
Have You Been Injured on Someone Else's Property? Arizona Premises Liability Lawyers Protect Your Rights
February 6, 2012 By Law Offices of Thomas C. Wilmer, P.C.
It happens every day; a slip and fall happens on someone's property, and suddenly, you're faced with injuries that will take months to recover from. With medical bills mounting, you wonder how you can keep up with them -- especially if you're off of work while you recover. And because your injuries aren't work related, you probably are not receiving any benefits while you recover.
February 6, 2012 By The O'Connor Law Firm
Have you been injured by a product you bought? Did you use that product in the manner in which it was intended? If so, you may be a personal injury victim, eligible to file a lawsuit for product liability. If so, hire a Kansas City personal injury attorney who specializes in product liability, to make sure your rights are protected.
February 6, 2012 By Law Office of Lance R. Fryrear
Identity theft is a serious crime that is not punished lightly. A person convicted of identity theft can face thousands of dollars in fines and years in a state prison. With modern technology, identity theft has become easier to commit by the minute.
February 6, 2012 By Mesriani Law Group
In California, it is unlawful for employers to discriminate against employees as well as applicants based on their age, disability, sex, gender, religion, race, national origin, and marital status. California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits employment discrimination based on the said the classes. However, there is no federal or state law in California that prohibits employers from discriminating against people due to their weight.
February 6, 2012 By Greg Hill & Associates
A common situation our clients on probation face is being arrested for a new offense. They often remark that they are just unlucky. The client then faces not only a new criminal case, but a probation violation case that could land the client in jail or prison for significant time. This is especially so because the burden of proof is lower for a probation violation.
February 6, 2012 By Lance Wallach, CLU, CHFC
Popular so-called "419 Insurance Welfare Benefit Plans," sold by most insurance professionals, are getting accountants and their clients into more and more trouble. A CPA who is approached by a client about one of the abusive arrangements and/or situations to be described and discussed in this article must exercise the utmost degree of caution, not only on behalf of the client, but for his/her own good as well.