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- What to Expect in Making an Insurance Claim
Provided by Poynter & Bucheri, LLC
When you wind up making a claim on an insurance policy, an insurance claim can be a complicated process, and it can be full of unpleasant surprises and frustrating delays. Don't forget, the insurer only makes money if it doesn't have to pay out money. Even with the most established companies, there is almost always going to be some resistance to paying your claim.
- Cyber Court in China
Provided by HG.org
Cybercrimes are on the rise in the age of computer and networking capabilities, and even in China, these issues are a problem for law enforcement and violations to intellectual property. However, there are new legal systems in place through cyber courts that proceed to implement new regulations in Chinese law for potential justice.
- Employer Refused to Pay Workers for Restroom Breaks
Provided by Murphy Law Group, LLC
Department of Labor sues on behalf of 6,000 employees.
- Bicycle Accidents in North Carolina - Knowledge Can Help Avoid Injuries
Provided by Thomas Ferguson & Mullins
Bicycling is becoming more popular in the United States. A report from the Governors Highway Safety Association says that Americans are turning to biking for its health and environmental benefits. Plus, millennials, people born between 1979 and 1995, seem to have a preference for living in cities and having their lives less tied to their car. Unfortunately, our region has not traditionally been very friendly to bikers.
- When Divorce Extends Beyond International Borders
Provided by Schwartz Law Firm
Divorce is never simple. Even divorce and family law cases where both parties agree on what the outcome should be require poring through complex legal documents and processes. What happens when the parties in a divorce or custody battle don't agree? What if they not only don't agree but also don't share the same state or country of residence? That's where an experienced international divorce and family law attorney can make all the difference in the outcome.
- Challenging a Warrantless Search by Police in a Constitutionally Protected Space
Provided by Stephen Gustitis, Attorney at Law
Warrantless searches by police of a place that is protected by the Fourth Amendment are presumptively unreasonable.
- Law Hub - Creating Good Content to Be Shared and Used
Provided by PaperStreet Web Design
Good content wins new clients. You need to become a thought leader in your practice niche to earn new clients online. One way that lawyers can establish themselves as an authority on the web is through a “Law Hub,” a group of web content pages that exhaustively covers a specific topic or practice area.
- Telemedicine Contracts in California
Provided by Matt Dickstein, Business Attorney
What is telemedicine? Telemedicine = physicians + technology. Telemedicine has two parts: physicians who provide medical care remotely, plus technology to connect the physicians with patients.
- Ford to Petition Regulators to Avoid Recall of Vehicles With Defective Airbags
Provided by d'Oliveira & Associates
The petition would let Ford to continue analyzing the inflators for defects.
- OVDP Willful or Streamlined Non-Willful: IRS Offshore Disclosure Basics
Provided by Golding & Golding, Attorneys at Law
In determining whether you should enter the traditional Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) or the newly implemented IRS Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures, one of the most important determinations to make is whether you believe your actions were willful or non-willful. the first step in determining which IRS Offshore Tax Amnesty Program you should pursue.