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The Criminal Appeals Process

Nov 05, 2013

In a criminal appeal, if you are unsatisfied with the result of your case, you can request a higher court …

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What are Some Typical Construction Defects that may be Actionable?

Oct 03, 2013

One area of construction law centers on cases that involve construction defects. Construction defects can arise in residential as well …

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What are Some Things You Can Do if Facing a Tax Audit?

Sep 22, 2013

If you receive a notice in the mail that you are to be the subject of an IRS tax audit, …

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Understanding Your Remedies for Misappropriation of Trade Secrets

Sep 10, 2013

Trade secrets are among the most valuable possessions of any business — and perhaps the most important to protect.
The …

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Are You Thinking of a Short Sale?

Sep 01, 2013

In spite of the fact that the housing market appears to be making a slow recovery, many homeowners are still …

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What is Securities Arbitration?

Aug 25, 2013

When two parties cannot agree, they may seek to have a court settle their disputes. This type of dispute resolution …

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Ways to Avoid Disputes in Business

Aug 15, 2013

While many parts of your business may operate on trust and a handshake, there are things you should do to …

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What Can the IRS Do if You Do Not Pay Enough Taxes?

Jul 30, 2013

Deciding to underpay your taxes has serious repercussions, taking many years to remedy. If you fail to pay the taxes …

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What are Some Ways a Business Litigation Firm Can Help Avoid Litigation?

Jul 21, 2013

Disagreements can occur at any time in the life of your business. No matter how careful you are, if you …

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What are Some Signs of Elder Abuse?

Jul 01, 2013

Each day, more and more people are dealing with issues that affect an aging population. Lawyers who work in elder …

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What are White-Collar Crimes?

Jun 15, 2013

The term “white-collar crime” usually refers to nonviolent crime committed by professionals and business people. White-collar criminals typically use deception …

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