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Telos VG Law Identifies the Four Steps of a Lawsuit

07th November 2012
Lawsuits can be very complicated and drawn out affairs, but they aren't always. In fact, many civil lawsuits are ended early in the litigation process by either a voluntary settlement or a decision to move into arbitration or mediation proceedings. Unless...
Author: Nancy Swenson

Divorce: What Happens if I Can't Get Him/Her to Settle?

19th May 2010
If you are in the middle of a divorce, you should remind yourself that these things are not easy. It requires time, patience, and most of all, compromise. Unfortunately, there will always be some cases that do not settle in mediation.In the event tha...
Author: SullivJe

Construction Disputes

13th May 2010
Construction disputes are a common occurrence, often the direct result of miscommunication between a contractor and the client. When the work has not been performed up to the client's standard or request, a failure to pay for services may ensue. In some c...
Author: Joe Cline
Employment Law

Employment Law - a Minefield for Employers

04th May 2010
Employment law is a complex area that can cause serious problems for employers whom are not fully aware of their obligations. Facing an employment tribunal claim, regardless of whether it is successful or not, can be very expensive in terms of both resour...
Author: Tim Bishop
Criminal Law

Litigation Support

31st March 2010
When devising a legal strategy, attorneys must have a complete understanding of the facts of the case. Often key pieces of data are missing that may prevent counsel from providing fully informed legal advice to their clients. Professional investigators ...
Author: Private Detective
Internet Law

Staying within the law - Part One

22nd March 2010
By its very mature, the Internet has created a multi-jurisdictional business environment - and myriad ways to fall foul of the law.As a society we are becoming increasingly litigious. And the legal issues affecting online businesses in particular are both...
Author: Dave Rich

How to Survive Divorce Financially: Steps to Take to Survive a Divorce Financially

22nd December 2009
You have to learn how to financially survive a divorce. This is very important because it is a fact that divorce will take a big toll on your finances. Essentially, your financial situation will be less rosy immediately after the divorce. If you are th...
Author: Cory Aidenman

How to Financially Survive a Divorce: Important Steps to Take to Survive the Financial Stress of Di

13th November 2009
It is very important to learn how to financially survive a divorce. You have to accept the fact that you will become poorer after the divorce. If you are the primary income earner of the family, then you will have to face child support or alimony and a ...
Author: Cory Aidenman

What is a Shareholder’s Agreement?

23rd August 2009
A shareholder's agreement, also known as stockholder's agreement, is a supplemental document to the constitutional documents of the company that governs the relationship between the owners of the company. Corporate relationships are usually governed by...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Process Agent

09th January 2009
Many companies based overseas may be required by the parties with whom they are entering into an agreement to appoint and authorise a process agent to receive court papers (otherwise known as process) in England and Wales in the event of any legal actio...
Author: london-registrars