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Immigration Law

Alabama Passes Tough New Immigration Law

03rd October 2011
Recently, the state of Alabama passed its own immigration law, which some are calling one of the toughest laws in the country. The law easily passed through the Alabama legislature, following a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that upheld Arizona...
Author: Staff Writer
Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractices and Injury Lawyers

10th August 2011
Medical malpractice can cause dire consequences, ranging from personal injury to death of a person. This is a highly unlikely thing to happen since medical professionals are required to ensure the safety of their own patients at all times. Unfortunately...
Author: stephenschaunt

Contempt to Enforce Compliance with a Florida Final Divorce Decree

14th June 2011
The failure of a party to comply with the courtís orders may result in sanctions by the court including attorney fee awards and be punishable via contempt.When a party does not comply with a court order in a divorce proceeding, the court may sanction the...
Author: Glen Boyle
Personal Injury

New Jersey Proposal Aims to Protect High School Athletes

31st March 2010
High school athletes in New Jersey may have further protection from the long term effects of a traumatic brain injury. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) has proposed a new regulation that will require athletes who susta...
Author: LegalView

California divorce case may change rules on financial discovery

13th May 2009
CALIFORNIA -- A 2007 appellate divorce case has brought recent light to the subject of full financial disclosure in California divorce law. In In re Marriage of Feldman, a businessman did not disclose certain assets and financial transactions to his wif...
Author: Josh D. Simon