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- What Attorneys Need to Know To Draft Third Party Logistics (TPL) Contracts
Provided by The Law Offices of R. Sebastian Gibson
Third party logistics (TPL and 3PL) contracts are some of the most complicated agreements an attorney can draft. For the manufacturer entering into an agreement with a third party logistics provider, or a new entity providing logistics services, well-drafted and negotiated third party logistics contracts are essential to protect profits and exclude liability for damages or unforeseen additional costs.
- Uber’s $1 Million Insurance Plan: What You Need to Know After an Uber Crash
Provided by Ostroff Injury Law
Who pays when you are injured in an Uber accident? An attorney explains compensation for drivers, passengers and third parties.
- Does the “Little Guy” Really Stand a Chance Against a Corporate Giant?
Provided by Murphy Law Group, LLC
Jury awards former employee $31 million over discrimination claim.
- Injured in a Car Crash, Where Do I File Suit? Indiana Venue Laws
Provided by The Law Office of William W. Hurst
If you are injured in an accident and want to file suit against the negligent party you will need to know where your claim should be filed. Here, we describe the venue laws in Indiana to help you make that decision.
- Debunking Two Common Florida Probate Myths
Provided by Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
People unfamiliar with Florida probate law can make some unfounded assumptions about what happens to debt and property after a family member dies. Here are two of the most common myths and the actual facts.
- How to Organize an Oregon Limited Liability Company
Provided by Inspiration Spaceship LLC
Portland is a great city for startups, and the limited liability company (“LLC”) is often an equally excellent choice for organizing a new business entity. The advantages of LLCs are many, including the fact that while owners enjoy the benefit of personal limited liability like a corporation, an LLC is taxed like a partnership or sole proprietorship. But after you’ve chosen the LLC form, what steps are required to set up your company to do business as an Oregon entity?
- The Digital Death Knell of Court Reporting
Provided by Levine-Piro Law, PC
Technology has changed the world for the general populace, and now it has threatened to change the landscape of legal practice.
- The Top Three Reasons You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer to Help in California
Provided by Kuzyk Law, LLP
Accidents, especially automobile collisions, happen when people least expect them. Victims often wind up short on cash, precisely when they need it to pay for medical costs and vehicle repair bills.
- Animal Cruelty Cases
Provided by Francis J. Falkenstein
This year, the FBI has begun tracking cases of animal abuse on a national level in order to research trends and adopt prevention strategies. Beginning in January 2016, police departments will be required to report animal-related crimes to the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS). NIBRS is used by criminologists, law enforcement and researchers.
- Massachusetts Environmental Fine Demonstrates Need to Adhere to Permit Requirements
Provided by Michelman & Bricker
A Salisbury, Massachusetts marina recently incurred a $14,380 penalty for its failure to adhere to the terms of an Activity and Use Limitation (AUL) attached to the property after the previous owner discovered a spill.