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denial > The Importance of Attending Your Immigration Court Hearing As a Miami immigration lawyer, I always remind my clients of the importance of attending their immigration court hearing. This is especially the case if you have been summoned for removal proceedings in Immigration Court (received a “Notice to Appear,” or NTA), you are in a serious situation.
Torticollis is the medical term used to describe a twisted neck, wry neck, or loxia, and often occurs due to delivery trauma. The Dallas birth injury attorneys at Rasansky Law Firm are happy to look into the facts of your case (for free) and explain the legal options available to you and your family. For a free consultation, fill out the contact form on this page or call us at 1-877-405-4313.
As many of our viewers are aware, I frequently submit Right to Know Law (RTKL) requests to municipalities in relation to firearms law matters. After the City of Allentown noticed its intent to propose and adopt new firearm ordinances, in violation of 18 Pa.C.S. § 6120, I filed a RTKL Request seeking information relative to the proposals, including communications related thereto.
Providence Child Support Attorney Child support is always a contentious and complicated issue. There is a lot at stake, but often the parties involved are not as calm and rational as they should be. That is why a Providence child support attorney is essential. Look for these signs that you should contact one as soon as possible: Find a Fair Rate If you are the party collecti ...
I was thrilled to be invited back to Montana by the Montana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Office of the State Public Defender to talk about ethics this September. One of the issues we discussed is the fact that lawyers continue to run into trouble when they conflate the rule governing confidential information with the concept of privileged communications.
By: Robert J. Nahoum RECENT VICTORY: Our client recently discovered that 2 default judgments were entered against him – one in New York and one in Connecticut by junk debt buyer U.S. Equities Corp. for more that $14,000.00. After consulting with our firm, we discovered that out client was served in Connecticut in a home that was foreclosed on and vacated 2 years earlier.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that Regions Bank must pay $52.4 million to settle charges that it was underwriting shoddy loans. The Birmingham, Alabama bank that underwrote loans is accused or writing loans that it knew couldn’t pass FHA and HUD guidelines. The case was brought under the federal False Claims Act (also known as a qui tam lawsuit).
This morning TheFirearmBlog.com posted a story which stated that ATF had revised its ruling in relation to fingerprints for NFA firearms. The article claims that ATF now requires law enforcement agencies to take fingerprints rather than anyone qualified to. To support this position the article links to ATF’s Explosives website. As always, the information is provided by an anonymous source.
Robert Estevez Allegedly Recommended Unsuitable Steepener Transactions in Customer Accounts Robert Estevez allegedly recommended unsuitable steepener transactions in customer accounts, according to a recent FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC). Steepener accounts involve highly leveraged purchases of short-term bonds and bearish bets on long-term bonds with the ...
James Paul Kolf Allegedly Made Material Misrepresentations and Omissions in the Sale of at Least $588,000 in So-called SFN Financial Network Securities to Twelve Customers; Kolf Allegedly Sold Non-Existing Securities James Paul Kolf, who first started in the brokerage business with New England Securities in 2009, allegedly made material misrepresentations and omissions in the sale of at Least $58.
New Orleans stockbroker fraud attorney Shawn Patrick Watkins, of Layton, Utah, Allegedly Ran a $3.5 Million Real Estate Fraud Scam Shawn Patrick Watkins, of Layton, Utah, and from about 2007 through 2014, allegedly operated a $3.5 million real estate fraud scam by offering investments in a company known as The Equity Growth Group (TEGG), according to a Federal Indictment curre ...
If you’ve been injured in a car accident while traveling through the state of Texas, our law firm may be able to help you. When an individual is involved in a car accident in another state, it can frequently become a complicated affair. How complicated it may be depends on the extent of damages and injuries (as well as the laws in the state where the accident occurred).
We’ve written elsewhere about the importance of employers creating Sustainable Employment™ relationships with their employees, by which we mean relationships that are lasting, beneficial, and meaningful for everyone involved. As nice as that sounds, though, what does this look like in practice? To help translate theory into reality, we’re always on the lookout for real-life ex ...
The prospect of filing for bankruptcy can be very intimidating, scary, and stressful – especially if you are going to do it on your own. Because the bankruptcy process can be very confusing, it is highly recommended that most Georgians work with an experienced and understanding bankruptcy attorney instead of trying to make their case a do-it-yourself project.
4 Things You Need to Know About the St. Louis Rams Class-Action Decision As a Rams fan, you suffered when your team announced in January that it would begin the 2016 season in its new digs, Memorial Coliseum – as the Los Angeles Rams. But as a disappointed holder of a charter personal seat license (PSL), you got a big win Wednesday when a federal judge ruled that the team must ...
By: Robert J. Nahoum RECENT VICTORY: Our client recently discovered a default judgment entered against him nearly ten years earlier in the Sherrill City Court by junk debt buyer U.S. Equities Corp.. After consulting with our firm, we were retained and were successful in having the default judgment voluntarily vacated and the entire case dismissed.