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  • Does It Help My Car Accident Case If the Other Driver Was Cited?

    Does It Help My Car Accident Case If the Other Driver Was Cited? Missouri has a large amount of traffic rules and laws1 that all drivers on the road are expected to follow. If a driver violates a traffic law and is caught by a law enforcement officer, that driver may receive a citation and have to pay a fine or go to criminal traffic court.

    Bruning Legal- 23 readers -
  • Subaru Incorporating New Technology to Reduce Accidents

    You’ve probably seen Google’s self-driving car, and you may have even seen the intelligent drive features of the new Mercedes S-class. Unfortunately for most of us, these self-driving technologies are still a bit out of reach for those of us who want to do other things than drive during our commutes. Luckily, though, some of these technologies are now available in the Subaru Legacy and Outback.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 24 readers -
  • John Oliver Explains Patent Trolls As Only He Can

    For inventors, patents are an essential protection against theft. But when patent trolls abuse the system by stockpiling patents and threatening lawsuits, businesses are forced to shell out tons of money. Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: www.youtube.

    David Swetnam Burland/ Brann & Isaacson- 42 readers -
  • Former JPMorgan Broker Arrested for $20 Million Fraud

    Former JPMorgan Broker Arrested for $20 Million Fraud Posted on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 9:10 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Michael Oppenheim, a former JPMorgan Chase & Co. broker, was arrested Thursday for stealing $20 million from his clients over a four-year period. Oppenheim was a broker at a Manhattan branch of JPMorgan Chase & Co.

    Eccleston Law Offices- 19 readers -
  • May judges do all?

    Apparently so. Here, for example, one judge reported at length why judges have a right to laziness, sacrastic formulated. The occasion was that a chief of a court the judge complained he did not editing enough cases. No, how could she. And who wants, can read the 2nd part about it here. If that is too much: The judge was reprimanded because he got 64 cases transmitted and cl ...

    R24 Kooperation/ www.r24.de/en/- 15 readers -
  • What is a hostile work environment?

    In today’s Fast Legal Answers series, I’ll be defining and explaining what a “hostile work environment” is. I hear this phrase thrown around so much that I think many people don’t actually know what a hostile work environment is. After reading this article you will know the legal definition of a hostile work environment, and have a better idea of what could is, and what is not, ...

    Mike Ivancie/ Ivancie Law- 46 readers -
  • I have been seriously injured. How do I pay my bills while I am recovering?

    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 ...

    fountaininjurylaw- 19 readers -
  • Suitability Violation Results in $48 Million Award

    A well-known investment advisor has been ordered to pay a couple $48.5 million after making “grossly unsuitable” investment recommendations. The firm, Family Endowment Partners, is based in Boston, Massachusetts. A single arbitrator from the American Arbitration Association ordered the company to pay approximately $13.

    Due Diligence- 14 readers -
  • Constructive Dismissal in the Employment Law Context

    In Potter v. New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission, 2015 SCC 10 the Supreme Court of Canada considered the law as it pertains to constructive dismissal in the employment law context. Prior to this decision the Supreme Court had last considered this issue in its seminal decision in Farber v. Royal Trust Co. in 1997.

    Peter Ferrari/ Corporate Law Blog- 41 readers -
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