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- License Suspension Following a DUI
Provided by Law Office of James Davis, PA
Driving under the influence of alcohol cases aren’t to be taken lightly. Countless consequences come with being convicted of a DUI. One of those is having your license suspended.
- What to do About Marijuana DUIs
Provided by Cody L. Cofer, Attorney & Counselor at Law
As states like Colorado and Washington, along with twenty-one other states and the District of Columbia continue to address issues surrounding the legalization of recreational or medicinal marijuana, there seems to be a large discrepancy among the states regarding what constitutes driving under the influence. Utilizing the courts, instead of the legislature, Arizona recently ruled on the issue of marijuana impairment, pleasing many advocates.
- MLK’s Historic Speech Protected by Copyright
Provided by Sheldon Mak & Anderson PC
If you watched coverage of the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, you may have noticed that very few programs aired the speech in its entirety. That is because King’s remarks are protected by copyright until 2038.
- What You Need to Know about Driving in Construction Zones
Provided by Ankin Law Office, LLC
Not only do spring and summer mean warmer temperatures, but they also mean road construction. In fact, there are already a number of major road construction projects under way on Chicago area highways and roadways, including portions of I-90 on the Jane Adams Expressway and the Kennedy Expressway.
- Growth in Multiple Employer Plans Depends on Regulatory Conflict Resolution
Provided by ERISA Benefits Consulting, Inc
Although multiple employer pension plans (MEPP) have been around for decades, many employers have left them largely untapped. Diverse viewpoints between the IRS and Department of Labor (DOL), both of which have regulatory control over these plans, have created a divide. Many—especially small and midsize businesses—are discouraged because of greater costs compared to larger companies, in addition to feeling a general lack of guidance and confusion in administering MEPPs.
- Trademark Infringement
Provided by Biftu Law LLC
The following article discusses the basics of trademark infringement in the United States.
- E-Cigarettes Reputation As Safe Alternative To Tobacco Is Just More Smoke and Mirrors
Provided by Shapiro, Goldman, Babboni & Walsh
The dangers of e-cigarettes exposed by a new study showing e-cigarettes can cause cancer and the realization that many of the “safe” flavorings added can be toxic or have not been tested as an inhalant add up to one conclusion – they are simply not safe.
- What makes a Lawyer Websites Effective?
Provided by Law Offices of Kevin Cortright
If you have an existing website, or strategy to establish one in the near future, it's important to comprehend the characteristics that can make or break the efficiency of your online financial investment. An unappealing or badly constructed site will do more to hurt your business than to help it. In this article, we look at the basic elements associated with making a website effective.
- Tips for Adult Children Who Grieve their Parents’ Divorce
Provided by Stange Law Firm, PC
Tips for adult children who suffer grief and anguish after the divorce of their parents.
- Who is a Good Candidate for a Collaborative Law Divorce?
Provided by Kalish Law Texas
A collaborative divorce differs from a regular divorce because it is not adversarial, it is cooperative. So, what kind of people make the best candidates for a collaborative divorce?