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Franchising, the fast-spreading business model originating from the USA, which has become popular in the USA, Japan and EU, has also established and gained its solid footing in China. Until May 2007, there have been 2,600 franchising systems in China, covering more than 60 branches of industry, and the total franchise outlets amount to 200,000.
The best time to consult with an attorney is when you don’t need one! Whenever you have concerns about a potential problem, that is the time to talk to a lawyer.
Collaborative Law is a new and alternative process where both parties and their legal counsel commit themselves to resolving their differences justly and equitably without resort, or threat of resort, to the courts. It is suitable for many types of law but most often occurs in the domestic area. The State of Texas passed legislation regarding Collaborative Law in 2001 (Family Code Section 6.603) and Texas was the first state to pass such legislation.
It's a question your most important client might pose, or maybe your neighbor: "What should I do if I'm stopped for DUI?" Here's an overview for lawyers who don't practice DUI law.
Beginning in December of 2006, DuPage County became the first court in Illinois to allow the use of Alcohol Monitoring Ankle Bracelets in court cases involving DUI Arrests. These are more appropriately referred to as SCRAM devices. 'SCRAM' stands for Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor. The devices were designed by Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc., headquartered in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
Effective January 1, 2009, the judicial driving permit, a hardship license formerly granted to first offenders (see 625 ILCS 11-500 for definition of ‘first offenders’) is abolished for all arrestees on or after 1-1-09. 625 ILCS 5/6-206.1 makes several substantial changes to the implied consent laws.
California Loan Modification Scams & Foreclosure Consultant Frauds - Regulations Followed by the CA Department of Real Estate
This article looks at the loan modification and foreclosure consultant statutory regulations that apply in this heavily regulated field from the viewpoint of a what a California real estate fraud attorney looks for and what a Realtor must do to avoid lawsuits. The writer also discusses the damages that can be obtained in California by lawyers for unwitting victims of unscrupulous loan modification and foreclosure consultants and against real estate agents who fail to follow these regulations.
Insurance attorneys are busy! No two cases are the same! Attorneys face weekly tight schedules for legal filings, depositions and court deadlines. Not to mention phone calls and client counsel sessions on a daily basis. As insurance expert witnesses we find this true of both plaintiff and defense trial lawyers who retain us. No secrets here.
A reflection on psychology, sociology and intelligence gathering. In this article, we think and take a good look at ourselves and others around us…
The rules simplifying the Company Act (Act No. V. of 2006) and the Companies’ Register Act (Act No. VI. of 2006), were accepted by the parliament with the Act No. LXI. of 2007, which was announced on June 15, 2007. The great majority of the modifications came into force on September 1, 2007.