• Guernsey Latest to Target Belvedere Management

      The Guernsey Financial Services Commission is the latest regulator to take aim at Belvedere Management Group. Originally labeled a suspected Ponzi scheme by respected journalist David Marchant, regulators all over the world have been targeting the beleaguered financial services giant. Boasting $16 billion of assets under management and advisement, Belvedere Management may tur ...

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  • Software Name Trademarks Are Crucial

    You’re a software developer. You’ve worked hard on your product. All those hours, all that coding, all the design and testing. You put a lot into creating your software. Do you know how to protect what you’ve made? What is a trademark? In general, a trademark is legal protection for a name, design, logo, or other distinctive characteristic of a brand.

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  • Wells Fargo Broker Aaron Parthemer – Can “Play” No More

    The alleged owner of popular Miami hip hop venue “Club Play” can no longer play in the securities industry. Aaron Parthemer consented to a ban from the industry after being charged by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) with several violations of industry rules. Regulators claim that Parthemer failed to disclose outside business activities and private loan tra ...

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  • Cancer Doc Awaits Sentencing in Gruesome Medicare Fraud Case

    The Hippocratic Oath dates back to antiquity. Hippocrates, the so-called father of modern medicine, lived in the 5th century B.C. Today the oath has been modernized but is still used by graduating medical students around the world. Central to the oath is the concept that physicians should never harm their patients. Evidently convicted doctor Farid Fata of Detroit missed that lesson.

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  • Williams v. State – Where Do We Go From Here?

    On April 24, 2015, we (D. Benjamin Sessions, Robert Chestney and I) were excited to meet with Georgia Public Defenders to discuss the new Georgia Supreme Court Decision Williams v. State, ___ Ga. ___ (Case No. S14A1625, decided 3/27/15) and how it affects the admissibility of breath and blood tests in Georgia DUI cases.

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  • The Child Custody Process: An Overview

    By Allen Thompson, Esq. What is “Custody?” There are two types of custody: physical and legal. Physical custody is self-explanatory; it is the time in which you are the physical custodian of the child. Often, this is referred to colloquially as “visitation.” Physical custody may be supervised or unsupervised.

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  • What kind of damages can I get in my discrimination case?

    Introduction – Recovering Damages in a Discrimination Case This article will explain the common forms of damages that an employee can recover when they prevail in their discrimination case. At the outset it is important to note that damages are extremely fact and case dependent, so what a complainant was awarded in one case is rarely predictive of what a complainant will recover in another case.

    Mike Ivancie/ Ivancie Law- 4 readers -
  • Farm Equipment and Tractor Accidents

    Injured in an accident involving farm equipment in Texas? Call 1-877-405-4313 and let us review the facts of your case for free. The equipment present on farms and within the agricultural industry is known to cause a number of accidents involving serious injuries and even death. In fact, farm workers are 800% more likely to die on the job when compared to other industry workers.

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 6 readers -
  • Understanding and Compassionate Attorney

    Copyright 2014 - Fountain Law Firm Sitemap | Disclaimer *The information contained on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. Every situation is different. Also, any contact with this law firm through the web site does not result in an attorney-client relationship. Do not send any confidential information until an atto ...

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  • Went Above and Beyond For Me!

    “Nothing but positive things to say about Merry! She truly went above and beyond for me. She made things happen that I was not sure were possible, and she made sure all parties were very fair with me. As my attorney for my injury case, she stood her ground and fought for me. Her firm kept in consistent contact with me, and called even when there weren’t updates, to check in and ...

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  • Green Cards for Children

    family reunification > Green Cards for Children Many of my clients consist of parents who are applying (petitioning) for green cards for their children. However, it may not be immediately clear as to who is considered to be a “child” in the immigration process. As a Miami immigration lawyer, I am happy to help shed some light on this matter.

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 2 readers -
  • Former Broker Allegedly Involved In Outside Business Activities

    Former Broker Allegedly Involved In Outside Business Activities Posted on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 11:53 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Patric Baccam, a former Centaurus Financial broker, allegedly was involved in outside business activities. According to FINRA, Baccam received at least five customer complaints regarding his sales of promissory no ...

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  • Pothole Accidents

    As any driver in Chicago can tell you, nothing is worse than being forced to drive over a large pothole. When traffic conditions are bad, you may be not only forced to do undergo an unpleasant bump, but you may even find that your car has been seriously damaged. In fact, a large pothole can actually cause damage similar to a 35 mph car accident.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 3 readers -
  • Can You Obtain Credit Post Bankruptcy

    One very common concern or worry if you will I get asked by many of my clients contemplating Bankruptcy is “Will I be able to obtain credit after Bankruptcy?” They are scared that filing Bankruptcy will prevent them from having any type of credit for the next ten years and in reality nothing could be further from the truth. This pesky myth has been around for quite some time now.

    Grant Mcnutt/ Bond and Botes- 8 readers -
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