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greenCredit Card Fraud, Definitions and Penalties

     By HG.org
Credit card fraud can be a stand-alone offense or be a charge that is made in conjunction with other state or federal charges. Individuals convicted of credit card fraud face serious consequences.

greenGetting a Divorce in California

     By HG.org
While all 50 states now have no-fault and fault-based grounds for divorce, the process of getting a divorce is different in each state. Read the information below to learn about how the process of getting a divorce in California and consider seeking legal representation to assist you with this process.

greenWhat a Legal Separation in California Means to You

     By HG.org
While many individuals may believe that the main distinction between a legal separation and divorce in California is that separation is considered temporary and divorce is considered permanent, this interpretation is not accurate. Many separation agreements later serve as the foundation of the divorce agreement, so negotiated terms may indeed wind up being permanent, even if they were hammered out during a separation. Read on to learn more about what a legal separation might mean for you.

greenIllinois Felony Process

     By HG.org
When a criminal defendant is going through the criminal process, he or she may be very confused. The following information provides an overview of the felony process in Illinois.

blueFederal Criminal Appeals: 10 Things You Should Know

I have been representing clients in white-collar and other federal criminal appeals for nearly 20 years, and it never ceases to amaze me how many people, laypersons and attorneys alike, are often mystified by this strange process. Why are federal criminal appeals so difficult to understand?

blueQueen for a Day: The Dangerous Game of Proffers, Proffer Agreements and Proffer Letters

Just what is a proffer and what are the perils of entering into a proffer agreement (also known as a proffer letter) with the federal government?

blueChoose Correctly the Name for Your Company in Ukraine and Get Success

     By Interlegal
How to choose a company name for your business in the Ukraine. Legal requirements and procedures.

blueChina's Franchise Legal System

     By V&T Law Firm
Recently, franchises has been developing fast in China, covering more than sixty industries and trades such as catering, retailing, clothes-washing, indoor decorations and gym. However, the market order of franchises is chaotic in some industries and areas. There are also some illegal and criminal activities under the guise of franchises. Under such circumstances, several important laws have been promulgated to regulate the commercial franchising activities.

greenThe New Anti-Monopoly Law in China

     By Angela Wang & Co.
After over 13 years of drafting, the long awaited Anti-Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China (“PRC”) (“Anti-Monopoly Law”) was finally promulgated by the Standing Committee of the Tenth National People’s Congress on 30 August 2007. The Anti-Monopoly Law will come into effect on 1 August 2008 and aims to provide a comprehensive framework for regulating market competition in the PRC.

blueTax Refund for Re-Investment with Profit by Foreign Investor

     By V&T Law Firm
China's tax refund policy for re-investment with profit by foreign investor

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