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Loan Processing Outsourcing- An Integral Part of Loan Processing Cycle

20th September 2012
Loan processing outsourcing is in fact no alien term to people nowadays. As a matter of fact, it is particular system which is trusted by all the major loan processing companies in the world. With the passing of time the possibilities are truly appearing ...
Author: Mortgage Processing

Act Sensible and Get a Tax Refund

06th May 2011
Practically absolutely everyone has to pay out some type of taxes to the authorities. The government further utilizes this tax amount for the welfare of citizens. Even so, there are instances when some men and women overpay their taxes. As a consequence, ...
Author: geraldtudo81
Accident claims

Work Injury Claim – you have a right to claim it

28th February 2011
Injuries are a part of life but when they occur at your work place, your employer is liable for them. The onus lies on the employer to provide you with a safe and secure working environment which minimizes the risk of injury. At the same time, in case of ...
Author: SamuelArthur
Accident claims

Work Accident Claims - Things You Should Know

31st January 2011
Like road traffic accidents, even work related accidents are very common these days. But, there’s a difference that very few of them are actually presented for compensation claims. The reason is very obvious that the majority of people stay afraid of goin...
Author: John Werner
Copyright & Trademark

Patent Protection and the Role of IP Lawyers

04th January 2011
Depending on the type of IP (intellectual property) that you are wishing to legally protect then a patent application may be the right way forward. A patent protects a new invention and limits the commercial gains to the invention to the inventor. Having ...
Author: Tim Bishop

Defamation of Character Online

17th December 2010
The concept of defamation is new and vague. More importantly the effects of defamation are not always fully understood. Defamation is very plainly defined as: "the intentional and wrongful publication and communication of words or behavior to a third p...
Author: Niselow Attorneys

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
Internet Law

UK Data Analysts Demand Improvements to Privacy and Security Standards

18th August 2010
This year's Fine Balance conference was quite an exciting event, as representatives as different as Oracle, a computing company, and the NHS sought to figure out how they could protect people's privacy in such a connected society. The even has been a s...
Author: Tommy Barrowdale
Medical Malpractice

Medical Errors, Mistakes and Misadventures: “What We Have Here Is A Failure To Communicate”

23rd June 2010
The Institute of Medicine Identifies "Health Illiteracy" as a Root Cause of Medical Error The Institute of Medicine (IOM) issued a report on April 8, 2004 [IOM Health Literacy: A Prescription to End Confusion] stating that as many as 90 million America...
Author: Moshe Sharon
Personal Injury

Whose Fault is Your Slip and Fall Injury?

08th April 2010
A slip and fall injury can be very tricky. When it happens, the immediate question is in regards to who is at fault. Was it the property owner's fault for not seeing to proper safety precautions? Was it your fault for not being safe or following posted wa...
Author: tb_chats
Criminal Law

Felony Charges – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) On Law

25th March 2010
A felony charge is a serious matter that should never be taken lightly. If you have been charged with a felony, it is important to learn what you can about your circumstances and contact an attorney. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions p...
Author: Penelope Stone

How to use a defamation solicitor

02nd March 2010
If someone says something about you that is false, but is implied to be true, this could be termed defamation. If you can prove that the statement is untrue and has caused damage to your reputation, you could make a claim for compensation through the cour...
Author: Ben Letham