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Guide to all aspects of law and legal issues covering corporate and family law, intellectual property, product liability and personal injury.

Navigating Through Real Estate Law

You may be looking forward to owning your first piece of property, but you should know what to look out for before you make a purchase. Working with a real estate agent can help you to avoid the most obvious pitfalls, but you must learn how to rely on your own instincts as well. Educate yourself on real estate law and locate the best property for your lifestyle.

US Tax Laws And Penalties

Taxes are essential for the continued operation of social services, local governments and public school systems. There are stiff penalties those that attempt to paying their taxes, but some taxpayers do make genuine mistakes when they underpay their taxes. Learn what your rights are when it comes to tax codes and laws.

Felony Charges

Felony offenses can have a negative impact on your personal life, finances and your employability, but more importantly it can cause you to lose your freedom. In some cases felony charges can stem from false allegations or circumstantial evidence. Make sure that you consult with an attorney and find out what your rights are before you head to court.

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Tuition Freeze for Law Students

Some good news for current and prospective law and legal students has been received as a breath of fresh air as the respected law institution University of Massachusetts School of Law-Dartmouth declared that it is placing a free upon tuition and fees until 2015. As the media and various political entities have turned their attention towards issues with student loans in recent years some law schools have been responding by slowing the increase of their tuition fees or freezing them.

Continue reading 25.06.2012. 07:14

English Student In Tuition Fee’s Row

An English student, planning to study at Queens University in Belfast Northern Ireland, is planning on seeking legal help in an issue over his tuition fee’s claiming that they violate his human rights. Abel Middlebrough, who has deferred his offer until 2012, is being charged more to study in Belfast than his Northern Ireland counterparts even though both nations are part of the United Kingdom. The problem comes from a recent law enacted by the coalition government in Westminster that increase the maximum cost of tuition fees from £3000 to £9000.

Continue reading 15.09.2011. 06:23

Sketchers Shaping Up For Court

An Illinois woman is suing famous shoe manufacturer Skechers U.S.A. Inc. for an ankle injury. While in Washington sightseeing, the woman sprained her ankle While she was wearing Skechers Shape-up sneakers. Shape-up sneakers have a rounded sole that rocks as you walk. This unique design is alleged to tone and firm leg and buttock muscles while you are walking.

Continue reading 29.08.2011. 18:06

Supreme Court Stays Record Breaking Asbestos Case

The Mississippi Supreme Court has announced the decision to stay an asbestos case award while it investigates the defendants claims the judge had a conflict of interest. In May Thomas Brown Jr. was awarded $322 million, the largest single settlement in the history of asbestos litigation in America. An order was signed on July 12 to postpone any decision about post trial motions for Union Carbide.

Continue reading 30.07.2011. 10:43