• Employee vs. Independent Contractor

      It’s important for workers in Texas to understand the difference between an employee and an independent contractor, as this classification determines your legal options in the event of a workplace injury. Just because you work on-site, this does not mean that you are considered an “employee.” Employees are afforded much more protection than contractors when it comes to on-the-jo ...

      Amanda Payton/ Rasansky Law Firm- 2 readers -
    • There are not only stupid burglar

      The Saxon Newspaper reported yesterday that two federal police officers were going in a house. They had searched someone and had not found anyone. Then they turned to a neighbor. After they had been showing their ID, the neighbor invited them in. He led them into a room and cl ...

      www.r24.de/en/- 2 readers -
    • So, How Do Expunctions Work?

      So, How Do Expunctions Work? Posted by Matthew Sharp under Criminal Law April 1, 2015 Having a criminal record is one of the most inhibiting things that can happen to you. Regardless of how minor the crime, the consequences can affect your life for years in terms of being employable, acceptance to learning institutions and even finding accommodation.

      Matthew Sharp/ The Law Office of Matthew D. Sharp- 2 readers -
  • Determining Liability In a Missouri Rear-End Accident

    Determining Liability In a Missouri Rear-End Accident Rear-end accidents account for nearly 30 percent of all auto accidents in the United States. Rear-end accidents have the potential to cause serious injury, especially to the neck and back, spine, or head. For this reason, many rear-end accident cases result in personal injury lawsuits so that injured victims can recover fro ...

    Bruning Legal- 2 readers -
  • Banker Cooperates with Feds, Avoids Prison (FBAR Post)

    Andreas Bachmann, a former Credit Suisse banker, was spared prison and instead received probation after cooperating with the IRS and U.S. Department of Justice. Bachmann was sentenced this month after pleading guilty to conspiracy to defraud the IRS. Prosecutors say he helped wealthy Americans evade U.S. taxes by hiding money in offshore accounts.

    Due Diligence- 4 readers -
  • Listen Up First Party Property Insurance Blog Community

    I hope you have been enjoying some of the recent posts about insurance claims litigation innovation. In response to these articles, I know that a lot of you have reached out to me, so this article is for you – the First Party Property Insurance Blog Community. I have such an impressive list of subscribers to this Blog, including executives and adjusters from virtually all of ...

    First Party Property Insurance Blog- 3 readers -
  • Soft Tissue Injuries Caused by Car Accidents

    Even minor injuries such as soft tissue injuries can cause significant pain and discomfort. While some car accidents cause minor injuries, others cause significant injuries and property damage. Even minor injuries, such as soft tissue injuries, can cause significant pain and discomfort. Soft tissue injuries resulting from a car accident are quite common and refer to any injur ...

    Christopher Hoffmann/ St. Louis Car Accident Attorney- 2 readers -
  • Accounting Malpractice Case Filed After Bank Collapse

    Accounting Malpractice Case Filed After Bank Collapse A small Ohio credit union shut down by regulators in 2013 has spurred a major accounting malpractice case against the CPA firm charged with auditing its books. Regulators shut down the Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union in July 2013 after finding that it was insolvent.

    Legal Malpractice - Chris Trebatoski- 2 readers -
  • For Green Card Holders – Abandonment of Residence

    As a Miami immigration lawyer, I often receive questions from green card holders about what they can and cannot do. One of the most common questions that I receive is, “How long can I stay outside of the United States and still keep my status as a lawful permanent resident?” Below are the answers to this, and other frequently asked questions.

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 2 readers -
  • Thank you, dear paralegal

    Here, a lawyer is heretical to question why employ expensive paralegal. Finally, the speech recognition is so good that you do not need it. And make the mail for shipment? Since you can take students. Can you do that? Lawyers provide services, they sell knowledge. Since the lawyer is right in his post. But to whom we sell because knowledge? To people. And the usually want personal contact.

    www.r24.de/en/- 5 readers -
  • IRS Search Leads to Suicide

    This is a sad, sad story. It is a reminder of why the government must always be vigilant in how it conducts its business. Particularly, with how the IRS collects taxes and enforces the Tax Code. The story begins in 2007 and is still winding its way through the courts. A recent decision by a U.S. District Court Judge in Indiana, however, let the IRS off the hook.

    Due Diligence- 5 readers -
  • OSHA Regulations & Violations

    If an employer violates OSHA regulations and a worker is injured or killed as a result, our attorneys may be able to help. OSHA, also known as the Occupational Safety & Health Administration was formed in 1971 as a result of the passing of the OSH Act of 1970. This agency was created to protect workers from unsafe and dangerous work situations, especially those that work in ...

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 4 readers -
  • Terror Convict Appeals Judge’s Dismissal of his Child Custody Lawsuit

    Zachary Chesser, a Muslim convert from Virginia, filed a lawsuit against the FBI and his mother claiming they violated his parental rights. After Chesser’s initial lawsuit was dismissed as frivolous, his lawyer recently appealed the judgment and urged a federal appeals court to revive Chesser’s child custody rights on March 26, 2015, according to the Associated Press.

     AmeriTrust Law Group- 5 readers -
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