Archive for May, 2016
Divorce law is complex, so even if you and your spouse are divorcing on good terms and you don’t have a lot of assets to divide, it is still a good idea to seek the advice of a divorce attorney. People often are at their worst when faced with a situation such as divorce, so it is a good idea to protect yourself and your own interests.
If the divorce is acrimonious or if there are significant assets involved, then a di
The right to seek bail
The Eighth Amendment, which is part of the Bill of Rights, guarantees the right to seek bail: “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments infli
According to the International Chamber of Commerce, ADR has a settlement rate of 74% if mediation is opted for and 80% is a first meeting with the mediato
While this would have been considered impossible just a few years ago, medical marijuana is now legal in 23 states and the District of Columbia. At least 16 states, and the District of Columbia have not legalized its use for other purposes but have decriminalized its use. Some experts say that the sales of medical marijuana could reach $6 billion by the end of 2016. As more and more states make medical marijuana, the opportunities for making money in this new industry are only going to grow. If you are interested in starting your own medical marijuana dispensary, it is a complicated process. From writing a business plan to consulting a cannabis attorney, there are a lot of steps to take and hoops to jump through.
Make sure you cross your legal t’s and dot your legal i’s. Every sta
Who Are Whistleblowers?
Whistleblowers are those who expose employer secrets that either violate federal regulations and laws or may directly mislead or lie to the public in order to sell a product or service. By far, fraud is the most common reason for whistleblowers to come out as nearly one out of every five corporate