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- Can I Sue My Spouse?
Provided by HG.org
In some circumstances, one spouse may consider suing his or her spouse for particularly egregious conduct. However, whether the spouse can bring a viable claim against his or her spouse depends on the nature of the behavior, the nature of the relationship, state law and the particular circumstances involved.
- Did Supervisor Manufacture Reasons to Fire Middle-Eastern Staffer?
Provided by Murphy Law Group, LLC
Man told to ‘go work at 7-11 with your own kind’
- Asbestos Continues to Enter U.S. Ports
Provided by Shein Law Center, Ltd.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) Action Fund recently released an analysis of federal trade data that more than eight million pounds of asbestos have entered U.S. ports since 2006.
- Seatbelts Save Lives in Car Accidents
Provided by Eichen, Crutchlow, Zaslow & McElroy, LLP
Kim Kardashian may want for nothing in life, but fame and fortune are no guarantees of safety.
- Boating Accident Prompts New Law
Provided by The Law Office of James R. Moyles
Emily Fedorko was 16 years old when she lost her life in a fatal boating accident while tubing on the Long Island Sound last summer.
- Concerns about Hospital Safety
Provided by The Law Offices of David K. Cuneo
Reliable information about the quality of care that hospitals provide to patients should be available to the public.
- Stop And Frisk Laws
Provided by Law Office of Jill R. Cohen
According to the United States Constitution, every American citizen has the right to be protected against unreasonable searches and seizures.
- The Negative Impact of Social Media on Marriages
Provided by Huesman, Jones and Miles, LLC
Individuals use a variety of social networking sites as a convenient way of receiving, giving and sharing information with society.
- No Cyber Liability Coverage for Knowing Refusal to Release Data
Provided by The Ezold Law Firm, PC
Last month, one of the first courts to address coverage under a cyber liability policy held that allegations of refusal to release data to a customer did not trigger a duty to defend the insured for technology errors and omissions liability.
- Types of Nursing Home Abuse
Provided by Grungo Colarulo
We live in a society that values our elderly citizens, yet sadly, nursing home abuse and neglect are more common occurrences than one may think.