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Business Law

Fighting Breach of Employment Contract by Employer

25th July 2011
Does a contract outline the terms and conditions of your employment? An employment contract is a good way to avoid legal disputes between the employer and the employee. Whether it is a verbal or a written one, there is no guarantee that there would be no ...
Author: Brayan Mathew
Immigration Law

El Salvadoran Immigrant on Trial for Chandra Levy Homicide

20th October 2010
A lot of many years in the past, the disappearance and subsequent murder of the easy nevertheless beautiful Washington D.C. intern, Chandra Levy, shook the extremely foundations of the region. For a lengthy time, the person under suspicion for her murder ...
Author: Nolan Bray

Personal Injury and the Compensation Culture

19th October 2010
Personal Injury and the Compensation Culture Over the last two decades the Personal Injury market has undergone many fundamental changes and inherent developments; the Woolf Reforms, the removal of Legal Aid and the introduction of Conditional Fee Arra...
Author: Natasa Suvakov

Why You Must Plan Your Financial Future, No Matter How Happily Married You Are Right Now

29th September 2010
Why You Must Plan Your Financial Future, No Matter How Happily Married You Are Right Now Cathi Adams All Rights Reserved Life is filled with surprises, and some of these surprises are usually nasty ones. This is the reason why it makes plenty of ...
Author: Johnfox

Finding Hidden Assets after you Sue Someone

02nd June 2010
I am not a lawyer. This is my opinion and a summary of what I have learned and observed. If you need legal advice, contact a lawyer. There are two schools of thought about people who hide their assets, or through careful planning, own nothing. Some thi...
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Tips to Minimize Trouble When Suspected for DUI in San Diego

08th April 2010
Should you have the misfortune to be stopped by the police for suspicion of Driving Under the Influence in San Diego California, there are a couple of things you may do to minimize any trouble you are already in: - Act courteously to the officer in cha...
Author: steve magill
Personal Injury

What to Do When Hurt at Work

08th April 2010
When someone gets hurt at work, it is the role of the employer to cover them - to ensure that they never need to worry about the medical costs or the lost wages directly associated with an injury. Unfortunately, it might turn out that someone is unfairly ...
Author: tb_chats

5 Reasons You Need to Hire a Tax Attorney

14th December 2009
This probably won't come as any great shock, but it's never a good idea to go into an IRS office by yourself if you discover that you are being audited or that the IRS is looking upon you with suspicion. In such a case, you're always better off taking a ...
Author: Moe Tamani

Arizona DUI Laws

30th October 2008
While state DUI laws have many similarities, understanding the specifics of the laws in the state where you are driving will help you if you are ever accused of driving under the influence. In the state of Arizona, DUI laws state that you can be arrested ...
Author: Cary B

10 Tips to Succeed in the USCIS Marriage Interview

20th October 2008
Jennie Barbara, a foreign national, and Robbie Nathan, a US citizen, have been married for about a year now. Robbie filed a relative petition for Jennie shortly after their marriage, and Jennie filed for adjustment of status. Despite the fact that everyth...