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- Dangers of Social Media Use During a Car Accident Claim
Provided by Law Office of Julie Johnson, PLLC
It may be tempting to tell everyone about the tragedy of your injuries on your Facebook account, but discussion of your car accident claim on social media could ruin your settlement. Before you tweet about your recovery progress or the severity of your injuries, take time to think about what the insurance company might think if an adjuster reads your social media posts.
- White Collar Crime: Entrapment and Ignorance of the Law Can Snare the Unwary
Provided by DeBlis & DeBlis
The most common white-collar offenses run the gamut of nonviolent crimes from antitrust violations to money laundering. The FBI estimates that white-collar crime costs the United States more than $300 billion annually. These estimates do not take into account cases where aggressive and ambitious prosecutors snare an unwary person, who eventually pleads guilty in the face of intimidation and threats. Then there is the plethora of regulations where ignorant noncompliance is, nevertheless, a crime.
- What You Shouldn't Do in Your Video Deposition
Provided by Network Court Reporting and Video
A short list of some common mistakes not to make at your next video deposition.
- Weed Conviction Worthy of Presidential Pardon
Provided by Cody L. Cofer, Attorney & Counselor at Law
Now serving in his sixth year of presidency, President Obama issued his 10th commutation on a prison term sentence for a man convicted on a marijuana charge. However, this is not the president’s way of giving other individuals serving time for marijuana charges a get out of jail free card.
- NTSB Recommends Two New Trucking Safety Standards
Provided by Ankin Law Office, LLC
Truck underride accidents, those accidents that happen when a vehicle collides with a truck and slides underneath it, kill hundreds of people each year. While there are certain safety mechanisms in place to prevent underride accidents, data shows that they are often ineffective.
- New Path for Accelerated Damages Discovery Requires Immediate Expert Assistance
Provided by Fulcrum Inquiry
The Eastern District of Texas is well known for its intense patent activity and already provides early disclosure of infringement and invalidity contentions to facilitate faster resolution of these cases. The Court has now taken similar action by providing an option for accelerated damage discovery, including requiring a two week turnaround between defendant’s production of potentially infringing sales data and plaintiff’s good faith estimate of damages.
- Chinese Legislature Passes Trademark Law Amendments
Provided by Sheldon Mak & Anderson PC
The Chinese legislature recently passed comprehensive reforms to the country’s trademark laws. The changes should make it easier for U.S. businesses to protect their brands.
- In With the New; Out With the Marriage - Why the New Year is Synonymous With Divorce
Provided by Kitchens New Cleghorn, LLC
There is never a good time to get a divorce, but the three months after the holiday season divorce and family law attorneys as well as marriage and family counselors often call “Divorce Season.”
- Challenges of Divorce Series: Part 1 - Single Parenting and Crime Rates in Utah
Provided by Atticus Legal Group, LLC
The hardest thing to face as a single parent in Utah are the intense emotions associated with being both a mother and a father to a child. This is further magnified when the other parent is absent or is deliberately not doing anything to fulfill his/her part in the caring for the children. More often than not, the single parent’s psychological well being bogs down.
- Closing Problems & Pitfalls
Provided by Pohl & Short, P.A.
Occasionally unexpected issues arise that delay, or even stop, a real estate closing. There are also situations in which a Purchaser obtains title to property, and after closing learns that the property is subject to significant problems that would have been disclosed by the advice of an attorney or the review of a survey. Here are four recent examples: