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Is there a Contract, has there Been a Breach of Contract, and What Damages can a California Contract Lawyer Recover?
March 1, 2009 By The Law Offices of R. Sebastian Gibson
This article shows how a contract lawyer in California determines if a contract exists under California law, whether there has been a breach of that contract and what damages the performing party is entitled to recover. As this California contract attorney shows, just as there are different types of contracts, written, oral and implied, there are also different types of damages that may be available if there is jurisdiction in California and if the statute of limitations has not run out.
Discrimination Against Hispanics, Latinos and Mexican Americans, and the Need For More Civil Rights Lawyers in California
February 28, 2009 By The Law Offices of R. Sebastian Gibson
As this California Civil Rights Lawyer shows, discrimination remains and there is an increase in hate crimes against Hispanics, Latinos and Mexican-Americans, as one of the perceived symbols of that discrimination, the U.S.-Mexico Border Fence, nears completion. Instead of pulling together in these difficult times, we may see a greater polarization of attitudes, only increasing the need for more civil rights lawyers to protect the civil rights of Hispanics, Latinos and Mexican-Americans.
February 27, 2009 By Gordon, Elias & Seely, LLP - FELA Attorneys
The legal remedies available to a person injured while working on the railroad are quiet different from an employee being injured and covered by a state workers' compensation scheme. Though there are some guarantees under workers compensation, the total potential recovery is quite limited; conversely, FELA can be more beneficial but has its pitfalls. It is essential that a worker has excellent representation and Gordon & Elias, L.L.P. knows what to do.
February 24, 2009 By McGuireWoods Kazakhstan
In Kazakhstan, taxation is governed by the Tax Code, which came into force on the 1st of January 2009. Kazakhstan is also a party to more than 35 double tax treaties with various countries. The double tax treaties prevail over the Tax Code, but their application must comply with established procedures.
February 24, 2009 By McGuireWoods Kazakhstan
After disintegration of the USSR, business is rapidly developing in the CIS, one of the key countries of which is Kazakhstan. In various cases intellectual property (“IP”) is one of the most important areas for initial entering the market of the region, and registration of trademarks and patents and other IP rights is a big step towards the market and wise care of company’ assets even without a physical presence of the company.
February 23, 2009 By Wilkinson & Finkbeiner, LLP
The United States economy is currently experiencing a significant recession. We are all affected by the recession, and many news outlets and economic forecasters have warned that the recession will get worse before it gets better.
February 23, 2009 By TlaCorp
Spanish Inheritance Tax, and Spanish Inheritance Law
California RESPA Law and the California Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act Prohibition Against Kickbacks And Fee Splitting
RESPA, the California Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act has been amended and the changes take effect January 1, 2010. However, as this California RESPA Attorney explains, the key provisions of Section 8 of RESPA prohibiting kickbacks and fee splitting. strongly prohibit such violations of RESPA and are punishable by fines and imprisonment, and in civil court a defendant can be subject to treble damages and significant attorney fees.
Life Insurance Claims Denials in San Diego and Orange County and ERISA Appeals in California - You and your Insurance Lawyer Only Get One Chance
As this San Diego and Orange County Life Insurance Lawyer explains, when a life insurance company denies a beneficiary’s claim for the life insurance policy on the death of a loved one, you have a right to appeal that decision. And while you or your California ERISA attorney may still be able to file a lawsuit in federal court, unless your appeal was prepared properly, you will have little chance of prevailing in federal court.
Let's assume that a dog had an overwhelming desire to bite an attorney in California. Perhaps the lawyer stole the dog’s bone or sued the owner of the neighbor dog. Could the dog get away with it without subjecting its owner to liability? This California dog bite attorney looks at the dog bite law in California, the various causes of action available to recover damages for dog bite victims and defenses that can be raised, not to mention the standard defense, my dog ate my homework.