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  • Steps Women Should Take Before Getting a Divorce
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    Before plunging into the waters of divorce, women can take several steps to help make the process easier. Decisions made immediately prior to divorce can have a financial impact for years to come.

  • Seven Important Questions for Your Personal Injury Attorney
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    There are thousands of personal injury attorneys available to assist victims who are injured in accidents that are caused by negligent individuals and entities. However, there are vast differences between lawyers. Before hiring a personal injury attorney, interview several and inquire about the following matters.

  • What Are the Elements of Negligence?
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    Every year, individuals are injured due to the negligent acts of others. These types of claims involve individuals who have been injured because of accidents. These accidents could have been prevented. A successful negligence lawsuit provides monetary recovery for the victim and punishes the careless person or entity responsible for the accident.

  • Foreign Employees Will Be Freed from Taking an Exam in the Russian Language
      Provided by: Levine Bridge Law Firm

    The Federal Migration Service has received a proposal from Business Ombudsman Boris Titov, according to which foreign citizens are to be exempt from taking the exam on the Russian language, Russian history and the basics of Russian legislation, if these foreign citizens are employed in Russia for no longer than 12 months.

  • Employment and Labour Law: Kazakhstan
      Provided by: Grata Law Firm

    Labour relationships in Kazakhstan are governed not only by the provisions of the Labour Code of Kazakhstan, but also by special legislative acts (on civil service, on internal affairs authorities, etc.).

  • New Changes Under Bill 15 in Ontario
      Provided by: Ambridge Law

    On November 20, 2014, Bill 15, titled the Fighting Fraud and Reducing Automobile Insurance Rates Act, 2014, received Royal Assent in the Ontario Provincial Parliament.

  • Bill 15, Fighting Fraud and Reducing Automobile Insurance Rates Act
      Provided by: Ambridge Law

    Bill 15, entitled An Act to amend various statutes in the interest of reducing insurance fraud, enhancing tow and storage service and providing for other matters regarding vehicles and highways, S.O. 2014 C.9, (short title: Fighting Fraud and Reducing Automobile Insurance Rates Act, 2014), has recently received Royal Assent and will be coming into force in the Province of Ontario. This Act is divided into 5 schedules, each addressing a particular issue and amending related legislation.

  • Fair Use or more Fair Dealing: Chinaís Copyright Law in Transition
      Provided by: Yingke Law Firm

    The third draft of proposed amendments to the Chinese Copyright Law was released on March 31, 2012. As expected with any piece of legislation with economic import, this draft was the result of much political pushing and pulling. In the end, no one was happy. But as we live in a time of profound technological and cultural change, itís reasonable to be unhappy some of the time with what the Copyright Law does and does not allow.

  • Recognition and Enforcement of an Arbitral Award in Thailand
      Provided by: Siam Legal International

    Under Thai law, an arbitration award must be recognized and enforced by the judicial system.

  • Elimination of Tax-related Administrative Approvals in China
      Provided by: MMLC Group

    The State Council of China has recently issued several decisions for the purpose of further decentralization and the abolishment of tax administrative approval and registration requirements.

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