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- How to Use Stories to Distinguish Yourself from Other Criminal Defense Lawyers
Provided by Stephen Gustitis, Attorney at Law
Stories are the best way to communicate with people. We are hardwired to enjoy and respond to stories. Since criminal defense lawyers are such great storytellers, how could they use stories to distinguish themselves from the competition?
- New York’s Highest Court Expands Availability of Punitive Damages under the New York City Human Rights Law
Provided by Law Offices of David S. Rich, LLC
New York City Wrongful Termination Attorney David S. Rich explains that New York's court of last resort recently lowered the standard for obtaining punitive damages under the New York City Human Rights Law.
- I Have Medical Payments Coverage under My Car Insurance Policy. What Is That For?
Provided by Lem Garcia Law
Medical payments coverage under your car insurance policy helps pay for medical bills whether or not you were at fault for the car accident.
- Do You Need a Will if You Don’t Have an Estate?
Provided by HG.org
People often have many misconceptions about wills and estate planning. They often think of the word as “estate” as only applying if they own a large home. Having a will protects a person’s personal property in several ways. It also provides other benefits.
- Dispelling Top 7 Myths about Pursuing Workers Compensation
Provided by Farrar, Hennesy & Tanner, LLC
Workers’ compensation can be confusing. To help clarify the pervasive misinformation surrounding this coverage, here are a few common myths associated with the system – and why they’re wrong.
- Protect Assets From Creditors in California
Provided by JGPC Business & Corporate Law
Everyone who opens a business does so with the intention of making a profit, so why do so many businesses in Fremont, Livermore, and elsewhere end up failing?
- Does a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policy Violate Antitrust Laws in the United States?
Provided by Bona Law PC
We see many antitrust issues in the distribution world—and from all business perspectives: supplier, wholesale distributor, authorized retailer, and unauthorized retailer, among others. And at the retail level, we hear from both internet and brick-and-mortar stores.
- Stockholders’ Agreements: Plan Ahead for Owner Exits
Provided by Law Office of Vasilios Peros, P.C.
Owners of small and mid-sized businesses can spend nearly all of their time running their business, and many times, they do not make time to consider the life changing events that should be addressed in their stockholders’ agreement. Owners hope that the good relationships between owners today will naturally carry forward into the future.
- Three Strikes - What Does This Mean in Missouri?
Provided by The O'Connor Law Firm, PC
Three strikes laws typically apply to habitual offenders who commit serious felony crimes. Three-strikes and similar laws exist in a little over half of the states in the U.S., including Missouri.
- How Can You Prove a Car Is a Lemon?
Provided by Neale & Fhima, LLP
Your new car isn't working like you hoped, but how do you prove that to the car manufacturer? If you are in California, you are in luck because California has some of the strictest consumer protection laws.