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January 30, 2009 By MathurLaw LLC
The economy is in the doldrums. Baby boomers nearing retirement have lost their nest eggs in the volatile market. Jobless numbers are the highest in years. Given these pressing issues, immigration reform has taken a back seat to bailout plans, energy independence, the war in the Middle East, and practically everything else. With the increasing number of jobless Americans, how can we as a nation justify immigrant-friendly policies?
Sexual abuse is a devastating event. It can have lasting physical, mental, and emotional consequences. And when a child is abused, it often takes years and even decades to fully uncover the damage. Abusers must be held accountable for the damage they have caused to the people they have abused. This article will discuss the statute of limitations for childhood sexual abuse in Illinois.
In 2007, over 100,000 motorcyclists were injured in traffic accidents as reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This was a 94% increase from 1997. Other drivers are responsible for almost 70% of motorcycle accidents and failure to see motorcyclists in traffic is the leading cause.
Thousands of people are injured each year in accidents involving commercial trucks. These vehicles, which sometimes weigh as much as 80,000 pounds, can cause enormous damage to cars and their occupants in an accident.
January 29, 2009 By Law Firm of Attorney R. Sebastian Gibson
It will still require litigation by attorneys enforcing the Fair Play Act of 2009 according to this Palm Springs California women’s rights lawyer before the Act results in providing fair pay for women in California. As this employment lawyer writes, the Fair Pay Act of 2009 signed into law January 29, 2009 takes effect retroactively, however, employers may still be slow to increase the salaries of women employees until lawsuits begin to fly.
January 29, 2009 By Gary S. Wolfe, A Professional Law Corporation
The IRS Qualified Intermediary Program has heightened scrutiny as a result of the federal investigation into the Swiss Bank, UBS (the world's largest private bank). U.S. Prosecutors allege UBS deliberately abused the Qualified Intermediary Program ("QI Program"), selling offshore banking services to U.S. Taxpayers to evade taxes.
January 28, 2009 By Wilson Rasmussen LLP
Probate is having the Court establish that a Will is valid. Most financial institutions, motor vehicle departments, and the Land Title Office require the executor to probate the Will before they will allow the executor to deal with the assets of the deceased held with them.
January 28, 2009 By Stephen G. Cobb
There are several problems with Florida's broadly defined statutes and procedures regarding injunctive relief in Domestic Violence cases. These laws and procedures actually prevent wrongfully accused individuals from receiving a fair hearing and punish the innocent without event he benefit of a trial.
January 28, 2009 By Andreas Neocleous & Co LLC
This article reports on the amendment of the Assessment and Collection of Taxes Law to incorporate the exchange of information provisions of Article 26 of the OECD Model Tax Convention of 2005 in double taxation agreements which have been concluded between Cyprus and other jurisdictions.
January 25, 2009 By International Law Office Dr. Parviz Savrai and Associates
The Internet is the most important achievement of the last decades and has already changed the way of doing business in the world. Increasing global commerce and communication and the benefits provided by the Internet are increasingly providing Iranian people with opportunities to perform transactions with businesses both inside Iran and outside Iran.