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September 27, 2012 By Grata Law Firm
In line with GRATA Law Firm’s practice of keeping clients informed of important legal developments, we would like to draw your attention to the review of this Law. General Provisions - On 10 July 2012, the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan 'On Amendments to Some Legislative Acts of the RK concerning the Reduction of Permits and Approvals and Optimisation of Controlling and Supervisory Functions of State Authorities"(hereinafter - the 'Law') was passed, coming into force from 7th August 2012.
September 26, 2012 By The Law Offices of Joseph M. Lichtenstein, PC
Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that affects the lower part of the uterus. Catching this cancer in the early stages is crucial, but could medical malpractice be blamed for this issue?
September 26, 2012 By Shulman DuBois LLC
In Oregon, it is illegal to leave the scene of an accident - and it's not just illegal to leave an injured person. It is also immoral because your time and assistance after a car accident could help save someone's life if they are hurt. Read more about how ORS 811.705 defines the duties of the driver, and what to do if you have been the victim of a hit and run.
September 26, 2012 By Freidin, Dobrinsky, Brown & Rosenblum, PA
By July 2012, Bayer Pharmaceuticals had spent over $400 million to settle claims that its ‘wonder drug’ Yasmin-line of birth control is actually a very dangerous drug. In 2011, Yasmin was the 4th most-prescribed oral contraceptive in the United States and brought in $1.1 billion in sales for Bayer.
Federal Conviction Reversed for Assault Because Federal Officer Not Aware Defendant Threw Rock at Him
September 26, 2012 By Greg Hill & Associates
On June 18, 2009, Enrique Acosta-Sierra threw a baseball-size piece of concrete at U.S. Custom and Border Protection Officer Abram Lopez. Acosta-Sierra missed, although he was only seven or eight feet away. Officer Lopez only became aware of the attempted battery (assault) when the concrete hit the metal gate behind him and made a loud noise.
September 26, 2012 By Grata Law Firm
In keeping with GRATA Law Firm’s policy of keeping clients informed of important legal developments that may affect their business, we would like to draw your attention to recent changes in Kazakh legislation in connection with the adoption of the new draft law entitled "On the Main Pipeline".
September 26, 2012 By Lisa Marie Vari & Associates, P.C.
Every state has specific laws regarding divorce. Such laws may vary from one state to another. When you are planning to get a divorce, make sure you know about the specific laws of the state. Are you looking to get a divorce in Pennsylvania? Every state has specific divorce laws and you need to meet certain requirements to file a divorce in a particular state.
September 25, 2012 By Worsham Law Firm
Originally developed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, field sobriety tests can be used by officers when they are determining whether or not a driver should be taken into custody for driving while intoxicated. There are three tests that an officer may choose to use separately or in combination with the others. There are a number of tools that officers will use to aid them in determining which drivers are operating their vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
September 25, 2012 By Wenger & Vieli
This Q&A guide gives a high level overview of key issues including pricing and state funding, manufacturing, marketing, clinical trials, advertising, labelling, patents, trade marks, and product liability. This article was first published in the PLC Multi-jurisdictional guide to Life Sciences 2011 and is reproduced with the permission of the publisher, Practical Law Company.
September 25, 2012 By Wenger & Vieli
A Q & A guide to intellectual property law in Switzerland. This Q&A gives an overview of maintaining an IP portfolio, exploiting an IP portfolio through assignment and licensing, taking security over IPRs, IP and M&A transactions, and the impact of IP on key areas such as competition law, employees and tax. This article was first published in the PLC Multi-jurisdictional guide to IP in Business Transactions 2012 and is reproduced with the permission of the publisher, Practical Law Company.