WhichDraft.com announces the launch of its free contract generation website, which offers free contract templates, explanations, and an easy to use document creation wizard to guide you though the contract assembly process.
For the second year in a row Cantor & Webb P.A. a Miami based boutique law firm has been listed as a finalist in the upcoming 2009/2010 Private Client Awards by STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners). They are also proud to announce the addition of Associate, Andrea L. Mirabito to their growing practice.
The progressive implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) by the Stock Exchange of Thailand will mean big changes for all businesses, not only the SET50 companies required to switch to the new system by 2011. Thai corporate legal service BSA Law is advising that businesses make the change ahead of schedule.
Yesterday, in one of the largest defamation verdicts ever handed down in Los Angeles County, a jury in LA Superior Court found Georges Marciano, co-founder of Guess? Inc. and 2010 candidate for governor of California, liable for defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Five former Marciano employees were awarded a total $370 million dollars - 74 million dollars to each victim.
Construction companies and property investors have been thrown in to disarray after a recent decision to suspend a 2008 government block on construction for projects with an assessed environmental impact. BSA Law, a leading Thailand law firm, is urging their customers to get legal advice before continuing or ceasing construction.
Businesses are set to see an increase in tax liability as well as changes to payment systems for both real estate tax and land tax by 2011. Thailand lawyers, BSA Law, are advising that their customers obtain legal or accountancy advice in advance of the change.
The new Product Liability Law, which came into effect in Thailand on February 20, 2009, has been widely hailed as a boon for consumers. However, BSA Law are urging legal advice and caution for all parties involved in product liability cases, including consumers.
The Thai Consumer Protection Board is pushing for a review of fitness centers, after a record number of consumer complaints in recent months. A top lawyer says many contracts border on infringing the Unfair Agreements Act, and BSA Law is urging an industry-wide review of documents to avoid prosecution.
As the economy worsens so does the lives of many people. Family law issues are an epidemic. About the Children is putting those who are less fortunate in a position to have access to the legal system without having to pay a retainer or pay hourly rates to get their custody, visitation, child support matters resolved in court.
Fuel the Spark: 5 Guiding Values for Success in Law School and Beyond not only offers guidance for students or prospective students, but aims to instill into legal education the values that make a lawyer a ‘good’ lawyer – a purpose that anyone in the field can applaud as a step to revitalizing the reputation of lawyers in America.
PleaseGetMeAnAttorney.com reports that there has been an apparent agreement between attorneys for Glaxo SmithKline and attorneys representing several plaintiffs to file a joint motion requesting the formation of an MDL or multidistrict litigation for all pending Federal Paxil birth defect claims.
DrugSettlement.com attorneys are investigating new claims of injuries caused by Remicade, Enbrel, Humira, Cimzia & Raptiva, following announcements by the FDA of the increased risks of serious infections related to their use. Infections noted to be serious include histoplasmosis a fungal infection infection that can cause death in as little as three weeks.
Bankruptcy filing can prevent a car from being repossessed. New Jersey consumers have the right to file for bankruptcy protection. Bankruptcy attorney Robert Manchel Esq. outlines consumer protection rights when dealing with automotive creditors.
DrugSettlement.com reports that in the case of Hayes v. SmithKline Beecham Corporation, Justice Claire V. Eagan of The United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma, has ordered that the case begin trial on January 20, 2009.