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Real Estate Law

Historic House Covered with Foreclosure Mould

05th February 2011
Mould is covering the drywall, the floors and walls of historic abandoned residences in old Philadelphia gnawing into its heart. There are thousand of such units peppering suburban ghostly townships except this time it is in one of the streets that ...
Author: karen
Criminal Law

Back to School: Suspensions & Expulsions

11th January 2011
Last September, I defended a young client (whom I was defending on related criminal matters) at an expulsion hearing before a board of education. The pupil's principal, in accordance with theEducation Act (the "Act"), had conducted an investigation into a...
Author: gaurav

The New York Used Car Lemon Law

05th August 2010
With an acute recession in the economy, people tend to think twice before investing in new cars. New vehicles depreciate rapidly and it makes a lot of financial sense buying a pre-owned car. By the time you buy a New York used vehicle its price had alrea...
Author: johnkevin
Commercial Law


18th March 2010
The commercial investigations spread over an extensive variety of investigations. These investigations follow a business to business theme. The Commercial specialists employ in a general scale of services which consist of the following• Intellectual ...
Author: Private Detective

Being Accused of a Misdemeanor Crime can Have Lasting Repercussions

02nd December 2009
In our society we are faced with the unfortunate reality that some people commit crimes against other people and society. Depending on the crime it may be considered a misdemeanor. A misdemeanor is considered a lesser crime. There are offenses that are no...
Author: Daniel Berry