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- Letter of Intent: Is It Enforceable in California?
It often happens, when negotiating business deals, that one or both of the parties wants some assurance that their negotiations are serious and will ultimately result in a binding contract rather than a waste of valuable time.
- Using a DUI Expert Witness to Defend Impaired Driving Cases
The questionable "science" behind field sobriety test evidence collected by police from unsuspecting citizens detained for suspected driving while intoxicated offenses must be met with a DUI expert witness in the defense phase of the case, to have the best opportunity to educate the jury about these bogus evaluations. Similarly, a breath alcohol test is never used by medical doctors, and police breathalyzers have known precision limitations and maintenance accountability crime lab records.
- The Effect of Personal Injury Claims on Mental Health
Personal injury claims are often based on the negligent acts of individuals and how these led someone to be injured as a result of a car accident, slip and fall or medical mistake. The physical effects of such accidents can be devastating. However, many such accidents often result in significant psychological injuries.
- How to Enforce a Foreign Judgment in Georgia (Domestication)
Creditors who have sued (and won), may find that the debtor has moved its business operations or move its assets to another state. When this happens, the creditor should consider domesticating their judgment in the new state.
- Texas Water Damage Lawsuits Filed on Behalf of Homeowners and Property Owners
Texas homeowners and property owners whose house or land has suffered water damage due to the actions of a neighbor or nearby business may be eligible to file a lawsuit. The first step in taking legal action is to talk with an attorney about your case.
- California Corporations Facing Lawsuit Must Be Represented by an Attorney
by Kaass Law
If you are an officer, president, or owner of a California corporation and have been served for purposes of a lawsuit or pending legal proceedings it is vital that you hire a business defense attorney to represent you in court. Pursuant to Paradise v. Nowlin (1948) 86 C.A.2d 897, Code of Civil Procedure § 116.540(b).
- Insys Faces Federal Investigation, Criminal Charges over Fentanyl Spray Subsys
Insys, the company behind the fentanyl sublingual spray Subsys, and former employees at the company face investigations and criminal charges regarding the marketing of Subsys to doctors and patients. The Subsys fentanyl spray, which is used to deliver the powerful opioid to patients, has earned billions of dollars for the company.
- SEC Halts Ash Narayan from Defrauding RGT Clients
The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) announced that it obtained a court ordered “freeze” of the assets of three individuals, including Ash Narayan, formerly of RGT Wealth Advisors, who, the SEC alleges, siphoned millions of dollars from the accounts he managed at RGT for professional athletes and others while he was the manager of RGT Wealth Advisor’s Orange County, California office.
- Copyright Registration – A Prerequisite for Infringement Litigation
Registering copyrights is important in order to provide business owners and authors significant benefits, including statutory damages and reimbursement for attorneys’ fees, in the event someone infringes on their copyrights.
- Legal Liability for Train Derailment
Trains tend to carry many people when transporting individuals to destinations. Though accidents are not very common, a derailment may occur for various reasons. When these incidences arise, many passengers may become injured.