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- Is There Such a Thing as a Federal Defamation Claim?
Defamation cases are often either clearly obvious or difficult to determine. There are a number of elements that must be proven in court for a defamation case to be successful in the United States. Certain facts about the victim must have either been published or broadcast in some manner. This may also include false statements provided in the same way.
- FTC’s Role in Promulgating Laws about Digital Marketing
Digital marketing and an online presence are utilized by many companies to take advantage of the growing need for the internet connection to an increasing e-commerce world. Because of this, the Federal Trade Commission is pressed to implement guidelines and strategies that are morally and ethically responsible.
- What Is an OIG Investigation? How Much Trouble Am I In?
The Office of Inspector General investigations deal with various instances of fraud, waste, abuses situations and misconduct in regards to federal employees, contracted workers and entities that have business with the Federal Trade Commission.
- What Does the Constitution say about the Prolonged Absence of the President?
Some situations arise where the prolonged absence of the president of a country may lead to difficulties in a vice president or other official in being sworn in for office.
- OPM Disability Retirement Applications: The Veteran and the Medical Condition
An article about what U.S. Veterans in Civil Service jobs should know before applying for Federal Employee Disability Retirement benefits under either FERS or CSRS.
- The Latest Milestone in U.S. / Cuba Relations: Commercial Flights
The United States and Cuba marked another historic milestone recently when JetBlue Flight 387 sojourned from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Abel Santamaria Airport in Santa Clara, Cuba. Flight 387 was the first direct commercial flight between the two countries in more than a half-century. Six months ago, the two countries signed an agreement to re-establish scheduled air service between them, moving beyond the charter services that had been the sole direct flights for many years.
- Florida “Murderabilia” and “Son of Sam” Laws
It is the times really, crime fascinates our society, and the morbid curiosity for all things crime can be nauseating at extreme levels. The biggest culprits for the advance of this crime fascination are the media and cinema.
- Firework Laws in Fort Worth - What's Illegal?
Every year around the Fourth of July and New Year's, we get tons of questions about firework laws in Fort Worth. Given the hazard of fireworks, there are a number of Texas laws that control their sale and use.
- Apple vs. The FBI
Last month a federal magistrate judge in California ordered Apple to bypass the security protocols on an iPhone 5 that belonged to one of the San Bernardino shooters. This public order ushered in what has become a national spectacle, pitting the FBI and many Americans against Apple and Privacy proponents.
- Formal Colonel Explains What To Do When You’re Under Investigation by the Military
What should you do if you are being investigation by the military?