By Jeffrey Broobin / Published on March 27th, 2008 / Legal
Sometimes people do stupid things, but someone who disobeys a court order is one of the craziest things one can do. In divorce court and family custody matters sometimes lawyers try to convince [..]
 By Thomas Johansmeyer / Published on March 26th, 2008 / Legal
With the US government’s case against KPMG settled, the battered firm can refocus its efforts on its core businesses. Enabling this refocusing is a series of internal mandates that have [..]
 By Ted Roxan / Published on March 25th, 2008 / Legal
The crisp winds of fall brush by your face, it is Sunday morning, and you are feeling REAL good. Strolling down Main Street, you are mesmerized by the beauty of the quaint architecture. [..]
 By Jeffrey Broobin / Published on March 24th, 2008 / Legal
It’s a different world in 2005. You can now enter into a contract before you’re married, called a prenuptial agreement. They have been around for thousands of years but never so defined, as [..]
 By Mikki Barry / Published on March 23th, 2008 / Legal
Trademark infringement is a possibility for every business, whether you be on the receiving end of an infamous "Cease and Desist" letter, or whether you find that a competitor is infringing one [..]
 By Paul Hood / Published on March 22th, 2008 / Legal
Many people are not familiar on how to deal with lawyers. Odds are, they are not sure what they are supposed to do or how much will be the cost. More than just problem solvers, a lawyer can [..]
 By Jeffrey Broobin / Published on March 22th, 2008 / Legal
You as an individual and principal must in creating a power of attorney give someone else the power to make decisions on your behalf. They will be the attorney-in-fact or agent, which is the [..]
 By Mikki Barry / Published on March 21th, 2008 / Legal
Technology patents stifle innovation. You may have heard this, and the arguments surrounding it, since the first software patents were issued. Until now, however, the average individual in [..]
 By Kirsten Hawkins / Published on March 20th, 2008 / Legal
How to spot a good mesothelioma lawyer: Legal help is now available to sufferers of mesothelioma, caused by inhalation of asbestos particles. However, mere knowledge is not enough for them to [..]
 By Dave Offen / Published on March 19th, 2008 / Legal
Without a doubt, technology is the way forward and at Cripps Harries Hall LLP we have for some time been appreciating the benefits of on-line searches, email communications with clients, [..]
 By Dave Offen / Published on March 18th, 2008 / Legal
There can be many aspects of a conveyancing transaction where you feel like you are banging your head against a brick wall. But, the one area that can always be improved upon, by both [..]
 By Dave Offen / Published on March 17th, 2008 / Legal
Many people are swept away with the idea of living in a large house in the country. Peace and quiet, picturesque views, easy and relaxed living… But don’t be fooled: the countryside is a [..]
 By Dave Offen / Published on March 16th, 2008 / Legal
The DTI announced the introduction of the statutory procedures in October 2004 as being ‘as simple as 1,2,3.’ The procedures were intended to impose minimum standards when dealing with [..]
 By Dave Offen / Published on March 15th, 2008 / Legal
As promised last month, this month’s Cripps Alert will look at the draft Employment Equality (Age) Regulations. Why, you may ask are we looking now at draft regulations that are not due to [..]
 By Terry Dunn / Published on March 14th, 2008 / Legal
It is a consumer’s right to return a defective product that he has purchased. The US legislative and justice system through the California Lemon Law recognizes this right in auto buyers, who [..]
 By Renard / Published on March 13th, 2008 / Legal
Lawyer Search When the need for a lawyer arises, it is important to be able to find a good lawyer who is knowledgeable in the area that is required and has a good reputation. Many people [..]
 By Richard A. Chapo / Published on March 12th, 2008 / Legal
As you may know, Google is making an effort to scan every book in the world. The goal is to create a giant online database of every book that can be searched. One small problem is the fact that [..]
 By Richard A. Chapo / Published on March 11th, 2008 / Legal
Unless you’ve been on vacation all summer, the brawl between Google and Microsoft should be old news. New developments, however, have occurred with publication of the non-compete agreement [..]
 By Karen Nodalo / Published on March 10th, 2008 / Legal
The day after Hurricane Katrina hit the GulfCoast town, the survivors were too worried about their homes. They have left their homes and marched to evacuation areas that made them very [..]
 By Karen Nodalo / Published on March 8th, 2008 / Legal
President George Bush finally visited the ruins of the hurricane at the American Red Cross national. He extended to the victims some relief operations that will help the operation to organize [..]

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