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July 10, 2009 By CDS Ventures, LLC
Change causes crisis and crisis causes change; nevertheless, too many people are capitalizing on the current state of --well everything, and providing mental health treatment without a license. This article is of particular interest to anyone who has been injured by seeing a “life coach” or someone providing coaching or counseling services without a license.
July 10, 2009 By Serap Zuvin Law Offices
With the enactment of the Communiqué numbered 2009/2, which was published in the Official Gazette dated 01.04.2009 and numbered 27187 by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce (“Communiqué”), “Business Partnerships” or “Joint Ventures” (“JVs”) terms have been introduced to the Turkish Legal System.
July 10, 2009 By Don Coker
A Banker's Guide to the Major Considerations in Handling OREO/REO. A discussion by former high-level banker, banking regulator, banking consultant to 60 banks, and experienced troubled bank rehabilitation manager.
The author comments on Interim Management, Interim Turnaround Management, Interim Restructuring Management, Transition Management, Crisis Management, Project Management and other Temporary Management situations often arise suddenly and can involve work anywhere in the world.
A Primer on Subprime Mortgage Loans, Subprime Lenders, Alt-A Mortgage Loans, Alt-A Mortgage Lenders, Subprime Credit Cards, and Subprime Car Loans.
Important Legislation that Affects Every Business that Accepts Credit Cards.
Evaluation Of Traumatic Brain Injury Cases: The Plaintiff's Perspective
Legal and Financial Issues Following Acquired Brain Injury
A Bad Faith In Uninsured Motorist Coverage, Underinsured Motorist Coverage And Med-Pay
She sat across from her friend quietly as they drank a mid-morning coffee. Now and then she would look up and sigh. “Every day seems longer than the day before,” she said.