A bill that allows towns to post legal notices only online has been advanced by lawmakers in the state of New Jersey. The bill eliminates the requirement for governments, businesses, as well as citizens, to post legal notices in newspapers
A new report made by Consumers Union and the East Bay Community Law Center revealed that debt collectors continue to step up their activities despite a lack of proof for much of the claims.
The report, which was titled “PAST DUE:
The electronic cigarette, when based within the legal framework, is not a cigarette, or a nicotine substitute that can assist in quitting smoking.
It is a battery-powered tube that looks like a standard cigarette, both in appearance and shape. Instead of
The patent system is again being considered for reform by senior US lawmakers. The focus of the reform is the elimination of the humongous damage awards after court decisions lately have challenged the calculation methods.
Reforms on the patent system have
A unified response by the coffee roasting industry is being facilitated by the National Coffee Association of USA to meet the litigation threat under Proposition 65 of the state of California.
According to a bulletin being circulated by NCA president and
According to Forbes Magazine, approximately $100,000 in student loans is owed by the average law school graduate.
This figure may appear daunting in a vibrant economy. However, in period when the national unemployment rate is almost 10%, this huge figure becomes
A window of opportunity to significantly develop a local industry has opened in New Mexico. The financial benefits of creating, as well as keeping high-paying jobs and retaining investor capital that comes with expanding legal definitions of permissible trust options,
The Jan. 19 vote to repeal the national health reform law was followed up by House Republicans’ introduction of medical liability reform legislation that seeks to cap damage awards.
This measure is among several House GOP members are working on to
Millions of American workers who spend hours doing repetitive-motion jobs often experience pain caused by strained muscles. This affliction was the primary cause why 28% of the workers were absent from their jobs in 2009.
This was the reason why
The contention of Direct Marketing Association was favoured by the court in its case against the state of Colorado and its new tax law. The US District Court for the District of Colorado granted last January 26 the motion for
A website dedicated to providing “crowd sourced” answers to various legal questions posed by different companies in California, most especially startups, is receiving $600,000 funding from individual investors and from Google Ventures.
LawPivot, the website receiving the funding, could actually disrupt
Those who advocate for the use and propagation of marijuana has made a strange alliance with those belonging to law enforcement, as well as with government officials, in order to give support to a major proposal that would have the