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- How to Choose a Defense Attorney
Provided by Dan Carman, Attorney at Law, PLLC
Just like you wouldn’t visit a podiatrist to treat an ear infection, you shouldn’t go to a tax attorney if you want to sue the driver who rear-ended your car. There are many areas of law and a lot of different types of lawyers who deal with them. When your freedom is on the line, it’s important to seek the correct representation.
- Lawsuits Over Cyberbullying
Provided by HG.org
For generations, bullying has been a problem on the playground and in the classroom. However, with more children having access to electronic devices, a new form of bullying has formed: cyberbullying. This form of bullying can sometimes rise to the level of a criminal offense or a tort in which the parents of a bullied child may be able to recover on a monetary level for the suffering their child has endured.
- Class Actions: Nuisance or Necessity?
Provided by Bromberg Law Office, P.C.
Are Class Actions a nuisance or necessity? In this article I will discuss what class actions are and why they are an indispensable tool of defense against injuries suffered due to bad business practices.
- Recent Absestos Removal Violation Case
Provided by Brookman, Rosenberg, Brown & Sandler
Certified Environmental Services Inc., a New York asbestos abatement testing company, recently pled guilty in federal court to negligence for releasing asbestos into the atmosphere.
- Criminal Charges for Issuing a Bad Electronic Funds Transfer
Provided by Law Offices of Michele Finizio
A new law went into effect in New Jersey last year, which makes it a criminal offense to issue a bad electronic funds transfer.
- Failure to Disclose in California Real Estate Transactions
Provided by Watkins Firm, A Professional Corporation
California places heavy legal responsibilities on the seller in a real estate transaction to provide “meaningful disclosures” about the property they are attempting to sell. The failure to disclose known defects or issues that affect the “value or desirability” of the property can result in substantial liability to seller and their agent(s), and often result in litigation. It is not appropriate for a seller to simply list a property “as-is.”
- Child Support Involving Surrogate Mothers
Provided by Huesman, Jones and Miles, LLC
The recent child support ruling against Sherri Shepherd, former co-host of The View, may set a new precedent for future divorce and child support cases involving surrogate mothers.
- Can You Be Fired for Incomplete FMLA Paperwork?
Provided by Murphy Law Group, LLC
Court decision gives Pennsylvania workers more protection.
- New Car Seat Law in New Jersey
Provided by Jay L. Edelstein, Attorney At Law
Many parents may be surprised to find out that they are not doing everything possible to keep their children protected from personal injury in a car accident.
- Supreme Court's Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Will Affect How Ohio Hospitals Choose Decision-Makers
Provided by Robison, Curphey & O'Connell, LLC
On June 26, 2015, the United States Supreme Court held that the Fourteenth Amendment requires all States to license same-sex marriages and to recognize same-sex marriages lawfully performed in other States. See Obergefell v. Hodges, 576 U.S. (2015). At first glance, this landmark decision appears far removed from the day-to-day care provided in Ohio’s hospitals. But it is not.