• USING THE YARDSTICK TEST TO PROVE LOST PROFIT DAMAGES

      It’s all about proving your damages! One category of consequential damages that parties sometimes seek is lost profit damages. Lost profits, though, are one of the most difficult damages to prove. If a party is interested in pursuing lost profit damages (such as when the opposing party materially breaches their contract) it is important to understand the burden and expert tes ...

      Florida Construction Legal Updates- 1 readers -
  • Keeping Safe This Indy 500 Weekend

    This weekend more than 250,000 people will be eagerly heading to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for 500 miles of fun, or as we affectionately call the Indy 500. Here are a few tips to enjoy your day, avoid injuries, and ensure that you get to watch the victor chug his bottle of milk: We all know the day of the Indy 500 will be hot! Be sure you wear sunscreen, pack an umbrel ...

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  • Would You Give Your Money To A Convicted Felon?

    Would you turn over your hard earned money to a convicted felon? Many readers are saying “No way!” but many do so everyday. Yes, everyday. Yesterday, four major money center banks agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges in connection with a worldwide conspiracy among several banks to manipulate foreign exchange rates (“FOREX”). Citi, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays and RBS.

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  • SEC Launches Inquiring into JPMorgan's Fund Sales

    SEC Launches Inquiring into JPMorgan’s Fund Sales Posted on Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 9:45 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: JP Morgan Chase & Co. is under investigation by the SEC and other regulators regarding the manner in which it sells its own mutual funds and other proprietary products.

    Eccleston Law Offices- 2 readers -
  • Help by the public prosecutor

    An entrepreneur had with another company entered into an agreement and provided his services. However, the other entrepreneur did not pay. The client tried first with a collection agency to move the debtor to pay. Unfortunately, the collection agency informed him that the debtor could not be found. Then we should take action.

    Jürgen Schöne/ www.r24.de/en/- 1 readers -
  • Liability Involving Pets and Accidents

    As a dog lover myself, I know how tragic it would be to have my dog hit by a car. As tragic as that is, there is further bad news for dog owners legally. Once your dog leaves your property and ends up on the roadway, there is a good possibility that they will cause a collision. Drivers either will have no opportunity to stop and hit them, or cause a collision by stopping sudd ...

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  • Prison Privitazation, Aramark, Murder for Hire and Maggots!

    Okay, the title of this post may be a bit salacious but so is the story being reported by the Detroit News. A former Aramark food service worker has been implicated in an alleged murder for hire plot. Former employee Michael Young was charged with felony conspiracy to commit assault. Prosecutors say that Young solicited an inmate to find another inmate to commit an assault a ...

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  • Distracted Pedestrians – A Growing Concern in St. Louis

    Distracted pedestrians are becoming more prone to accidents on the road, resulting in serious injuries and even death. Distracted driving is an ever growing problem even though everyone is aware of its consequences. Distracted driving is when a driver’s attention is diverted by the use of a cell phone, texting, adjusting the radio or the navigation system, or looking at an accident site.

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  • Bank of America – Can Brian Moynihan Survive?

    Last week the Wall Street Journal carried an interesting front page story, “Bank of America’s Woes Test ‘Fixer’ CEO.” The gist of the article is that Bank of America’s CEO, Brian Moynihan, is having problems moving the bank forward. While other big banks are now showing nice profits – and dividends for shareholders – America’s second largest bank is still struggling.

    Due Diligence- 7 readers -
  • How to Tell the Legitimate Debt Collectors from the Frauds

    By: Robert J. Nahoum Anyone who has ever dealt with a debt collectors knows how invasive and annoying they can be. The phone rings incessantly and the letters in the mail never seem to stop. Sometimes debt collectors cross the line between aggressive debt collection and harassment. When they do cross that line, Federal consumer protection laws step in to back up the consumer.

    The Law Offices of Robert J Nahoum- 3 readers -
  • Already in Deportation Proceedings? You May Have Options.

    deportation > Already in Deportation Proceedings? You May Have Options. As a Miami immigration lawyer, some clients retain me when they’re already in removal (i.e. deportation) proceedings. If this applies to you, I can empathize. Being placed in removal proceedings means that there is a significant risk that you will have to return to your country of origin.

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 3 readers -
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