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  • Accidents and Student Drivers: Who’s Responsible?
      Provided by: Greenman, Goldberg, Raby and Martinez

    Everyone on the road has been a new driver at one point or another. Anyone who's ever been behind the wheel had to learn how to drive before they could have the experience necessary to navigate the distractions and obstacles that exist on roadways every day. Unfortunately, accidents do happen, and sometimes, they occur when new drivers are still students -- accompanied by their instructors.

  • 3D Printing Technology: Impact on Intellectual Property Protection
      Provided by: Law Office of Vasilios Peros, P.C.

    As each decade passes, new technologies are brought to the marketplace and change our way of life. Over the past decade or so, we have seen the widespread adoption of the iPhone® and other smartphones, social networking via Facebook® and Twitter®, and the iPad® and other tablets. New legal issues regarding ownership of consumer content and privacy of consumers are being tackled every day.

  • Michigan Birth Injury Litigation 101
      Provided by: Hoffer & Sheremet, PLC

    You spent nine months dreaming about what your baby would look like. You eagerly anticipated holding him for the first time. Hearing that first cry. Instead, there was panic. Labor took too long. You listened to the fetal heart rate monitor anxiously awaiting the next bleep that let you know your baby's heart was still beating.

  • Terminating Probationary Employees in Beijing
      Provided by: HG.org

    New employment laws have affected the way China is permitted to terminate employees through the Responses to Several Issues Regarding Application of Law in Trial of Labor Disputes which include probationary employees. The key factor that affects employees within the Responses is to ensure fairer and more effective labor disputes for unfair practices in firing and terminating workers.

  • Uncertainties Associated with Series LLCs
      Provided by: HG.org

    Some states permit businesses to have numerous company organizations built and managed under one entity called a series LLC. This limited liability company may alter how business interactions and transactions work, and it may permit a wider range of liability coverage for the owners without the need to create corporations or expand the LLC into something larger.

  • Can an HOA Prevent the Lawful Exercise of Gun Rights?
      Provided by: HG.org

    Homeowners’ Associations are able to create and enforce many different rules and guidelines for those within the community. However, in usual circumstances, they are not permitted to take away the basic freedoms granted to United States citizens, but these HOAs could affect how rights are utilized within the area.

  • Choice of Law Provisions in Other Countries
      Provided by: HG.org

    Contracts between countries for business is complicated with different law provisions and contractual obligations that may differ based on the location around the world. When dealing with another nation, it is crucial that laws are obeyed and each country’s government regulations are followed closely.

  • Construction Expert Witnesses Explain Why Balconies Collapse
      Provided by: HG.org

    Balcony collapses often lead to severe injuries or death when someone is on the ledge when the accident occurs. With the help of a construction expert witness, it may be possible to discover why this incident happened and if there is a liable party.

  • Potential Defenses to a Minnesota Dog Bite Case
      Provided by: HG.org

    Dog bite cases are frequently an issue when the owner does not contain the animal, the pet has broken free of confinement or the owner is not able to contain the creature within the home. To mitigate the damage, the owner must defend himself or herself from these cases when none of these factors exist and the individual taunted the dog.

  • Is the U.S. - Korea Trade Deal Headed for Trouble?
      Provided by: Torres Law, PLLC

    On June 30, 2007, the United States signed a historic free trade agreement with South Korea.[1] The Korea-United States Free Trade Agreement (“KORUS”), like most FTAs in which the U.S. is engaged, eliminates “tariffs and non-tariff barriers to trade in goods and services” between the two countries in an effort to enhance trade and promote economic growth.[2]


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