• Served with a Notice to Appear (NTA)?

    deportation > Served with a Notice to Appear (NTA)? As a Miami immigration lawyer, I have represented quite a few clients who have been served with a Notice to Appear. Below are some frequently asked questions. What Is a Notice to Appear? A Notice to Appear (an “NTA”), is the charging document that signals the initiation of removal proceedings against you.

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  • Peter Brann To Co–Teach Seminar At Harvard Law School

    Partner Peter Brann will be teaching a seminar at the Harvard Law School as a Lecturer in Law during the Spring 2016 term on “The Role of the State Attorney General” with James Tierney, the former Maine Attorney General. Brann, who served as Maine’s State Solicitor before joining Brann & Isaacso ...

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  • Who is responsible for a playground accident?

    Playground accidents are a prevalent issue in the United States as each year emergency departments treat over 200,000 children under the age of 14 for an injury sustained on a public, private, or school operated playground.1 The types of injuries and extent of damage varies by incident, but approximately 45 percent of the play-ground related injuries result in severe fracture ...

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  • 3 Locations Where Trucks Make the Most Dangerous Turns

    Commercial trucks can weigh many tons more than other cars on the road and may be limited in their mobility by size and speed. And, with constant pressure to meet tight deadlines and long drives, exhausted or stressed drivers may be particularly susceptible to making life-altering mistakes. One such mistake is a wide-turn accident, which happens when a collision is caused by a ...

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 2 readers -
  • FCC Shares Jurisdiction with States for Phone Matter

    The members of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PPUC) and Core Communications, Inc., appealed a District Court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of AT&T Corp. Core billed AT&T for terminating phone calls from AT&T’s customers to Core’s Internet Service Provider (ISP) customers from 2004 to 2009.

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 3 readers -
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