• How Long Will My Oregon Divorce Take?

    How Long Will My Oregon Divorce Take? March 27, 2015 by BrasierLaw In Oregon, a divorce case can last anywhere from a few weeks to over a year depending on a lot of things. The most important thing that will determine the length of your divorce is how much you and your spouse are disagreeing about.

    Brasier Law- 5 readers -
  • Evolve Law is Coming to Los Angeles

    By now you know that ONE400 has been very active in the LegalTech community. We’ve recently partnered with Evolve Law to bring their great event to Los Angeles. Here’s what you need to know about Evolve Law: Evolve Law aims to bring legal tech companies, lawyers, in house counsel, entrepreneurs and legal tech enthusiasts across the country together for product demos, discussions ...

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  • New Whistleblower News Website Launched

    Finally, an independent news source and clearinghouse for whistleblowers, the Whistleblower News Review! There are a couple good whistleblower organizations within the United States but none dedicated exclusively to whistleblower news stories. All that changed today with the launching of the new site. Why are we so excited? There are two reasons; first we are advertisers on the new site.

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  • 2015 Estate Tax Repeal?

    Very soon, the Congressional House Ways and Means Committee will vote on a repeal of the federal estate and gift tax. If the measure gets through the committee, it would then move on to a full vote in Congress, before being decided upon by the Senate. Currently, the federal estate and gift tax threshold is $5.43m for individuals who pass away in 2015, up slightly from 2014’s $5.34m mark.

    Jeremy Howe/ The Law Office of Jeremy Howe- 4 readers -
  • Trevor Thomas Presenting at Law Week 2015, April 13th

    People’s Law School – Law Week 2015 Employment Law Times and locations: April 13, 2015 at 12:00 pm People’s Law School 900 Howe Street, Vancouver and April 13, 2015 at 7:00 pm Richmond Public Library – Brighouse Branch Community Place, Second Floor, 7700 Minoru Gate #100 The People’s Law School presents Law Week 2015 April 13 to 17 at various locations throug ...

    Wendy Woloshyn/ kentemploymentlaw.com- 4 readers -
  • Successful CRA Appeal

    We represented a small business in its appeal of a ruling by the Canada Revenue Agency that the business’ workers were properly classified as employees, as opposed to self-employed independent contractors. The effect of this initial ruling was that our client was ordered to make certain EI, CPP and ...

    Wendy Woloshyn/ kentemploymentlaw.com- 4 readers -
  • Has ATF Directed FFLs to Abuse the NICS System?

    It’s no secret that ATF told at least one FFL they need to run a NICS check on trustees picking up NFA firearms on behalf of a trust. In a letter addressed to Dakota Silencer, ATF explained: The term “person” is defined by the GCA at 18 U.S.C. § 921(a)(1), to include “any individual, corporation, company, association, firm, partnership, society, or joint stock company.

    Adam Kraut/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 5 readers -
  • Your Creditor is Not Your Friend

    Sometimes, clients are hesitant about including creditors when seeking debt relief. One reason is that they believe the creditor has their best interests in mind. It is not uncommon for people to believe that their creditors are their friends when that could not be further from the truth. Don’t get me wrong, a fair and helpful lender can make a huge difference in your life.

    Bond and Botes- 4 readers -
  • Texas Securities Commisioner Shuts Down Unregistered Sale of Oil & Gas Royalties

    March 25, 2015-Austin, TX John Morgan, Securities Commissioner for the State of Texas, entered an Emergency Cease and Desist Order against Lonestar Mineral Assets or Dallas and Colleyville, TX, and its owner Kenneth W. McKay of Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX. The Order alleges that Lonestar and McKay have been offering investments in mineral royalty rights in Texas though a publicly ...

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  • New York Based Brokerage Firm Charged in Investment Fraud

    New York Based Brokerage Firm Charged in Investment Fraud Posted on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 10:46 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Brookville Capital Partners LLC, a registered brokerage firm based in New York, was charged by FINRA with investment fraud in connection with sales of a private placement offering.

    Eccleston Law Offices- 4 readers -
  • Bad Pharma Chronicles – Crestor & Medicaid Fraud?

    Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca released a major ad campaign for its heart medication, Crestor. One of those ads starts with the tag line, “Get it right the first time.” Medicaid officials in Texas, however, think AstraZeneca didn’t get it right… they believe the company has defrauded the public and taxpayers with “false and misleading marketing” of Crestor, the company’s le ...

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  • Losses on CNL Lifestyle Properties REIT May Be Recoverable

    March 12, 2015 In recent SEC filings, CNL Lifestyle Properties, Inc. reported an estimated value of $5.20 per share. The value of CNL LIfestyle Properties has dropped nearly 25% since 2013 when it had an estimated value of $6.85. It was originally offered at $10 per share. Investors should be aware that estimated value does not translate to fair market value, ie; the actual ...

    Rex Securities Law- 5 readers -
  • Playground Accidents

    Playgrounds are a fun place to relax with your children. Most parents spend plenty of time every year visiting playgrounds with their kids. Yet playgrounds are not always as safe as they are fun. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 200,00 children under the age of 14 are treated at emergency rooms in the United States for serious playground-re ...

    Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 4 readers -
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