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- The Attractiveness of Ukraine as a Country for Obtaining a Residence Permit
Provided by: Kydalov & Partners
Ukraine can be considered as an attractive country for foreigners wishing to immigrate to Europe. Let’s consider the benefits of migration to Ukraine in comparison with other countries and consider the so-called business immigration.
- Transfer Real Estate Without Probate With a Lady Bird Deed
Provided by: Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
A Florida Enhanced Life Estate Deed — also known as the “Lady Bird Deed” because President Lyndon Johnson used one to pass property to his wife, Lady Bird Johnson – is an estate planning instrument that allows a property owner to maintain control of his or her real property and avoid probate when it is time to pass the property on to heirs.
- Forming a Medical Corporation in California
Provided by: Watkins Firm, A Professional Corporation
California has specific laws that govern the formation of a medical practice or health care facility in California. The creation of the business entity requires a unique blend of corporate law experience and health care law expertise.
- How to Prepare for a First Meeting with an Attorney
Provided by: Law Office of Bradley L Schencker
Choosing an attorney can be a mind-numbing experience. That first meeting can be scary, but simple preparation will make the experience better. Most attorneys offer free initial consultations, which is a time for you meet, briefly discuss your situation, and then decide if you want this person to work for you. What you may not have thought of is that the attorney is also looking across the desk and deciding whether he/she wants to work with you.
- Commercial Contracts in the Bahamas: The Relevance of the Parties’ Bargaining Power
Provided by: Parris Whittaker, Attorney at Law
Does an imbalance of bargaining power between two commercial parties effect the potential enforceability of the contract? Yes, the Court of Appeal in the UK has said, with major implications for commercial organisations in The Bahamas.
- Pennsylvania: Can My Boss Fire Me Because She Doesn’t Like Me?
Provided by: Murphy Law Group, LLC
What Pennsylvania law says about why you can and can’t be fired.
- OLG Hamm Prohibits Sale of Anti-Competitive Counterfeit Handbags in Germany
Provided by: GRP Rainer LLP
In its judgment of June 16, 2015, the OLG Hamm (Higher Regional Court of Hamm) ruled in favour of the French manufacturer of the original handbags in a case concerning trademark law (Az.: 4 U 32/14).
- Trademark Oppositionsin India: How Serious Should Your Business Take It?
Provided by: Agnihotri & Jha Associates
An intellectual property portfolio is a collection of IP assets belonging to a business or an enterprise. Trademark is the essence of products and services. A Trademark Portfolio comprises of registered trademarks and service marks, as well as marks that are in use or proposed to be used. The Intellectual Property is intangible, yet it is easy to copy.
- What to Do if the Person You Lent Your Car to Is in an Accident with your Vehicle
Provided by: HG.org
A situation may arise in which you lend your vehicle to a family member, neighbor, friend or roommate. While you may agree to lend your vehicle to someone else, you likely do not anticipate that you will be legally liable for their actions. However, situations exist in which your insurance coverage will be utilized for a claim or in which you are legally liable for damages that result from this third party’s actions.
- Deciding Where Possessions Go During a Divorce
Provided by: CoilLaw, LLC
If divorcing couples are unable to agree on the distribution of their marital possessions, the court steps in and divides the property for them.