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- The Christmas Tort, For Christmas Dishes You’ve Had to Eat and Lies You Were Told
It’s time to give personal injury lawyers a tort that can improve the lives of people at Christmas. How long are family members going to suffer at Christmas after being served dishes that should have stayed in the 50's, for lies told to them by their parents, and for Christmas traditions they never agreed to take part in, without being able to obtain some type of relief for the distress, the stomach pain and heartburn they’ve endured? Well no more. It’s time for the Christmas Tort.
- Doing Business in Cuba After Obama Restores Relations And Lifts Restrictions
In January 2015 the Treasury Dept. is expected to issue regulations to establish banking relations and allow U.S. companies to export items for sale in Cuba without the trade barriers that have existed for decades. While some Republican leaders have criticized Obama’s actions, normal relations with Cuba are only a matter of time and the opportunities for attorneys representing American and European companies wishing to pursue commercial opportunities in Cuba have never been greater.
- To Sue or Not To Sue- A Pretty Good Question
To sue or not to sue is indeed a pretty good question. The lawsuit can be underway at the time of the ADR; or, the success or failure of the ADR can determine whether a lawsuit is even necessary.
- What Can I Do if I Dispute Legal Fees from My Attorney?
If you have received a bill from your attorney and believe that the fee is too high or if you anticipate that this situation will arise, there are a few ways that you can handle this situation to provide a resolution that you are comfortable with.
- 2014 Recalls Aimed at Infant Products
Thousands of consumer products are recalled due to safety concerns every year. Every year, hundreds and even thousands of consumer products are recalled due to safety concerns. These products fall under a wide variety of categories, from automotive parts and products to kitchen goods, household accessories, pet toys and products, and children's products.
- The Best or Most Dependable Way to Ensure the Validity of an Attorney or Law Firm
As a client, you put a lot of trust into an attorney’s hands. Knowing that your attorney is someone in whom you can depend is vital to you having a strong relationship with your attorney so that you can work toward the resolution of your claim.
- Is It Normal that I First Have to Pay My Lawyer a Retainer Fee Before I Really Know if I Have a Chance/Case?
As a matter of internal policy, a lawyer may request a retainer fee before agreeing to accept your case or complete any work on it. However, you do not have to pay such a fee if you are not comfortable with the idea.
- What Is a Retainer Fee?
Retainer fees are down-payments on an attorney’s services. Having a retainer fee in place allows an attorney to feel confident that he or she will be paid for his or her legal services.
- Court of Appeals of Georgia Confirms the Importance of a Well-Drafted Contract
In large construction projects, it is not unusual to have a joint venture between parties; when these joint venture agreements are terminated, however, the specific terms must be scrutinized. A recent Georgia Court of Appeals case discusses some important issues such as fiduciary responsibility, contract ambiguity, and indeminification.
- Can I Get the Other Side to Pay My Attorneys’ Fees If I Win My Case?
While other countries may require the losing side to pay both sets of attorneys’ fees, in the United States, this is not usually the rule. Requiring the losing side to pay all attorneys’ fees and costs may serve as a deterrent for individuals to access the court system for justice and works against public policy.