By Jinky C. Mesias / Published on February 15th, 2008 / Legal
There are laws governing the operations of common carriers and these laws differ from state to state. However, it’s the Federal Government that regulates all the interstate common carrier laws [..]
 By Jinky C. Mesias / Published on February 14th, 2008 / Legal
Most people work not because they like the job but because of the compensation that goes with the job. The amount of compensation is also covered by state laws. Individual states have its own [..]
 By Jinky C. Mesias / Published on February 13th, 2008 / Legal
A corporation is the biggest type of business entity. So how does one creates one of these giants? But first it is important to define the term CORPORATION- a corporation is an artificial legal [..]
 By Jinky C. Mesias / Published on February 13th, 2008 / Legal
There have been so many reports confirming the distressing state of the finances of Social Security and so many members by now are wondering if they can really get the benefits that are due to [..]
 By Richard A. Chapo / Published on February 12th, 2008 / Legal
You’ve done your research and have decided on a business entity. You’re chomping at the bit to open a bank account and get moving. You file your corporation or LLC with the Secretary of State [..]
 By Heather L. Poole / Published on February 11th, 2008 / Legal
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), passed into law in 1994 and amended in 2001, provides hope for immigrant abuse survivors. Under U.S. immigration law, immigrants may obtain a green card [..]
 By Susan Murphy-Milano / Published on February 8th, 2008 / Legal
When people start a new relationship, it is as though Cinderella and her Prince stepped out of that childhood story. A more realistic way to look at it is to think of it as two people who are [..]
 By Jean Mahserjian / Published on February 7th, 2008 / Legal
Winning at Custody is one of the most difficult issues parents confront in divorce. In many cases, both parents want custody and are willing to spend whatever it takes to win. Custody is all [..]
 By Scott Morgan / Published on February 6th, 2008 / Legal
This article is designed to give someone who is considering or planning for the possibility of divorce an idea of what documents are needed. Even if you believe your case ultimately will be [..]
 By Charles J. Phelan / Published on February 5th, 2008 / Legal
In April 2005, Congress made sweeping changes in U.S. bankruptcy law that will go into effect on October 17, 2005. It's called the "Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of [..]
 By Robert Linebaugh / Published on February 4th, 2008 / Legal
Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that affects the sac lining the chest (the pleura), the lining around the heart (the pericardium), or the lining of the abdominal cavity (the peritoneum). [..]
 By Jean Mahserjian / Published on February 3th, 2008 / Legal
Child support enforcement is a growing area of family law. Once child support has been ordered by a Court, or agreed upon by two parents, it is not always smooth sailing. Although we hear [..]
 By Richard A. Chapo / Published on February 2th, 2008 / Legal
If you are going to form a corporation, you might be surprised to learn a “C” corporation comes with a lot of tax benefits. While this article isn’t intended to replace the advice of a good tax [..]
 By Richard A. Chapo / Published on February 1th, 2008 / Legal
Getting a corporation designated as an “S” can be a bit confusing. If you are committed to getting an “S” corporation, here is how you do it. “S” Corporation The “S” in S corporation refers [..]
 By Richard A. Chapo / Published on January 31th, 2008 / Legal
You’ve come up with the best idea since sliced bread, figured out a business name and formed a corporation. There is, however, one small problem. You need money. Welcome to the world of [..]
 By Martin Bleasdale / Published on January 30th, 2008 / Legal
Personal Injury Compensation Claims Culture The "compensation culture" has been given a rather bad name over recent years; this is due to the large increase in no win no fee compensation [..]
 By Peter Kennedy / Published on January 29th, 2008 / Legal
Affirmative action is one of the most controversial political issues facing America. Most often, affirmative action assists disadvantaged groups by improving placement in higher education and [..]
 By Peter Kennedy / Published on January 28th, 2008 / Legal
Cloning is the process of creating an exact copy of the original, and recently, “cloning” refers to the replication of living humans and animals. Somatic cell nuclear transfer, as the process [..]
 By Peter Kennedy / Published on January 27th, 2008 / Legal
While the death penalty has been utilized for centuries, we continue to debate the morality and efficacy of this punishment. Many people argue that the death penalty acts as a deterrent to [..]
 By Arthur Gueli / Published on January 26th, 2008 / Legal
If you suffer an injury resulting in significant damages you will need to hire a personal injury lawyer. But in any given city, there are probably over 20 pages of personal injury attorney [..]

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