Legal Advice

5 Tips For Getting Free Legal Advice Online

Consider these 5 tips to getting free legal advice  online when you are searching for information about a legal matter. These steps can save you a lot of time! When you need advice regarding a legal matter, looking for cost effective (or free) legal advice can prove to be a daunting experience. Fortunately, there are
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choosing a lawyer How To Choose A Good Lawyer -10 Tips

Choosing a good lawyer can be a very scary experience when doing it for the first time. Most of us have no clue where to even begin the process. For many of us the only knowledge we have about lawyers is what we have seen on television dramas. Unfortunately what we see in these programs
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Lawyer: When To Consult One

In this day and age, it’s important to protect your rights in many different situations. Knowing when you require the professional services of a lawyer is important since many situations essentially demand it. Hiring a lawyer will typically cost you a large sum depending on the complexity and time required of your situation, so it
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Separation: Can It Save A Marriage?

Life as a married couple sometimes can become extremely stressful and the couple may find it miserable to live together. When this happens, some couples wish to have a trial separation which may help to work through the difference between both the partners. In some cases, separation is prohibited by cultural or religious rules and they prefer to
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Free Online Legal Advice

The legal system in our country can be more than confusing at times and many of us don’t have time to take off work to meet with a lawyer for a consultation. Lucky for us, there are now many law offices that provide free online legal advice. This way we can take the first steps to get the legal advice we may need.
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Legal News

Georgetown 2013: Building a Better Info Governance Practice

By VLi@alm.com (Victor Li) The inaugural information governance track at the Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute examined ways to create a strong IG practice in the era of Big Data. …read more Via: Georgetown 2013: Building a Better Info Governance Practice

Divorce

Can a Divorce Case Be Dismissed by the Court?

Can a Divorce Case Be Dismissed by the Court? I would imagine that court could dismiss a divorce case for a number of reasons. In fact, I know that it can. For example If the court does not have jurisdiction based on the residency requirement of the parties, it would have to dismiss the case
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Amelia Daurio joins the team at Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers as an Associate Lawyer

Amelia Daurio joins the team at Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers as an Associate Lawyer Amelia Daurio joins the team at Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers as an Associate Lawyer Before starting at Russell Alexander, Amelia worked as a lawyer in a litigation-based practice for eleven years. Amelia is client focused and results driven, with
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If Spouses Reach a Separation Agreement But Later Reconcile, Is the Agreement Still Good?

If Spouses Reach a Separation Agreement But Later Reconcile, Is the Agreement Still Good? If Spouses Reach a Separation Agreement But Later Reconcile, Is the Agreement Still Good? Here’s an interesting legal question arising from a not-uncommon scenario: Two spouses decide mutually to separate. They negotiate and sign a separation agreement, and duly abide by
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Should Fitbit Data be Used in Family Court?

Should Fitbit Data be Used in Family Court? Should Fitbit Data be Used in Family Court? These days there is no shortage of technology that quite literally tracks our every move: In the area of health and fitness, for example, there are Fitbit wristbands and similar devices which can monitor everything from the number of
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Litigation

Plaintiffs Learn Supplementing Isn't A Second Bite At The Apple

Plaintiffs Learn Supplementing Isn't A Second Bite At The Apple Does the food you eat contain vitamins and minerals? Sure. But that multivitamin adds to it. It's a boost. In litigation too, we do a lot of supplementing.See Original Article Presidential Privilege? Why Presidents Can't Escape Litigation in Office Jones that a sitting president is
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Careers

Careers Crane Co. has exclusively retained Major, Lindsey & Africa to conduct a search for an Assistant General Counsel – Asbestos Litigation, to be located in …See Original Article TiVo, Netflix Sign Licensing Deal In July, five patents of interactive TV media guide company Rovi were invalidated following five years of litigation against Netflix. Rovi, which
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U.S. Bankruptcy Court Exposes Plaintiff Scheme To Suppress Asbestos Exposure Evidence

U.S. Bankruptcy Court Exposes Plaintiff Scheme To Suppress Asbestos Exposure Evidence On January 10, 2014, the Hon. George R. Hodges, United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of North Carolina, handed down a decision that promises to be a “game changer” for asbestos manufacturers facing potentially crushing mesothelioma death claims. Top Bloomberg BNA Toxics
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TempWorks Software, Inc. and ARA, Inc. Win Lawsuit Against Former Customer

TempWorks Software, Inc. and ARA, Inc. Win Lawsuit Against Former Customer Documents produced during the discovery phase of litigation tie JG Staffing, Inc. to the operation of web domain “Beware Of TempWorks.” The domain …See Original Article Legal Secretary (Litigation) View full details for Legal Secretary (Litigation) job in Edinburgh on s1jobs.com.See Original Article Cooper Hurley
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