A trio of experts from Family Divorce Solutions will speak about collaborative divorce finances considering clients' emotions and mediation at upcoming Collaborative Practice California (CPCal) conference.
Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP is pleased to announce three of its partners have received recognition in the 2018 Top 25 issue of EB5 Investors Magazine: Ron Klasko, Daniel Lundy, and Anu Nair. Each year, the magazine gives recognition to the EB-5 industry's leading and most influential attorneys and service providers. To be eligible for this recognition, the distinguished attorneys must be specialized in an EB-5 practice group which focuses on EB-5 policy and lobbying matters, complex cases, and immigration compliance, or they are distinguished immigration attorneys. They are then selected by a community-wide nomination and voting process, and then evaluated on their industry experience, track record, and reputation.
As family lawyers in Vancouver, the team at Kushner Law Group know there are many complex intersections between Family Law and Estate Law. Both areas of law are highly personal, and in British Columbia, both have undergone significant shifts as a result of the introductions of the Family Law Act and the Wills Estates and Succession Act. In recent years, Estate Lawyers have increasingly encountered family law issues when spouses of the recently deceased advance continuing support claims.
According to a statement issued by a representative of local law enforcement, the crash occurred after a driver of a Dodge Ram pick up truck rear-ended a smaller vehicle. The initial collision triggered a larger wreck, after three other vehicles were caught up in the chain reaction event.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), fewer couples got divorced in 2017 than in other recent years. This is consistent with a long-term trend: the national divorce rate has declined by approximately eighteen percent in the last decade. Though, the data does show some signs that the decline in the divorce rate is slowing.
The case, Brown v. Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, alleges employment discrimination on the basis of race under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a federal law, and the Illinois Civil Rights Act of 2003, a state law. The plaintiffs in the case specifically allege that racial discrimination and harassment are part of the University of Illinois's "standard operating procedure. The case is likely to highlight the harms of racial discrimination in employment and to underscore the steps that employers must take in drafting and enforcing a non-discrimination policy.
Corradino and Papa, LLC announced several charitable contributions to several local organizations to give back to the community and do their part to help today's youth. Some of the organizations Corradino and Papa support include:
Last month, the Vancouver estate lawyers at Kushner Law Group began a two-part blog that explored how a beneficiary might sue in the event there is a problem with the administration of an estate. In part two of the blog, the conclusion of Jang v. Jang, 2018 BCSC 1649 is addressed.
Every individual foreclosure case is different and has complicated nuances that can ultimately make or break the case. As a result, it's unlikely that most homeowners will have a successful defense to foreclosure without an attorney. Homeowners who are facing foreclosure but believe they have a defense, are active military, or need assistance applying for a loan modification are encouraged to contact the foreclosure defense attorneys near Bucks County, PA, at Tadross Law.
The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC, home to the leading retaliatory termination attorneys in South Jersey, represents individuals believe they've been subject to retaliation by an employer after filing a workers' compensation claim.
Corradino & Papa, LLC a personal injury law firm based in Clifton, New Jersey, is advising construction companies on how to keep their work sites safe in the winter months. While construction is less frequent during the cold months than it is in the spring or summer. Corradino & Papa says that development is still prevalent in many parts of New Jersey.
The Florida Healthcare Law Firm will be offering a free webinar covering DME telemedicine on February 26, 2019 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST. The webinar will be hosted by Florida medical staff lawyer Michael Silverman who will discuss laws, risks, marketing, options, state licensure, enrollment in Medicare as a Part B supplier and more. Interested parties can find more information about the webinar on the firms' site.
Sadly, each year hundreds of Americans die from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning, more than 20,000 visit the emergency room, and thousands of other individuals are hospitalized. The Law Offices of Vincent J. Ciecka, P.C. takes CO poisoning very seriously, as anyone from infants to the elderly are at risk. In fact, their personal injury lawyers in South Jersey want homeowners to know how to prevent CO poisoning and what to do in case someone is exposed long-term.
Arkansas State Police investigators say that the bus was going too fast on an Interstate 30 exit near Benton. The vehicle was unable to negotiate the curve, tumbled off the ramp, and overturned after it struck a ditch. That bus was carrying elementary school students from a football tournament back home to Tennessee. According to Arkansas Police Report #621218427 the crash killed one person and seriously injured forty-five other people.
Truck driver fatigue has long been a problem for the transportation industry, leading to accidents, fatalities, and significant insurance claims.
According to a recent study conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and published in the journal Accident Analysis and Prevention, Maryland residents and officials need to be paying closer attention to opioid-related motor vehicle crashes and fatalities across the state. While impaired driving crashes can involve the use of many different kinds of lawful and unlawful substances that alter a driver's ability to uphold their duty of care behind the wheel, opioids remain responsible for a high number of drug-related driving collisions.
If so, the father in the case could end up facing felony criminal charges and a potential jail sentence. According to a February 3, 2019 WKBN news report, the incident occurred as the 27-year-old, eight-months pregnant mother and her boyfriend were laying in bed watching television. Their four-year-old son was also in the room. He retrieved a loaded, unsecured gun that the father kept under the mattress. The toddler pointed the weapon at the mother and pulled the trigger, hitting her in the face. After transportation to the Harborview Medical Center reports of life threatening injuries were discovered. Police have an open investigation to determine charges in accordance with the states newly passed gun storage laws.
Bluestein Thompson Sullivan, LLC, a leading law firm whose main office is located in Columbia, South Carolina, has recently launched a revamped website devoted to its main practice areas, including VA Disability claims, Workers' Compensation, Social Security Disability, Personal Injury, Monetary Disputes, and more.
A recent Senate Bill 122 has been introduced with the intention of fixing the one-way attorney fee provision currently found in Florida’s assignment of benefits (AOB) law. Attorney fees would be awarded solely to the policyholders that win the litigated claims instead of “vendors” that have been assigned benefits in the AOB agreement.
When law enforcement officers ask a driver to provide their license, vehicle registration, and insurance, it is typically due to a traffic infraction. With advancements in technology, officers are able to quickly verify license and registration status through an up-to-date Florida database. The case is not the same for insurance verification.
On September 22, 2018, through Western Chester County Chamber of Commerce, Carosella & Associates, PC was a proud sponsor of the 3rd annual Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix. Hosted by the City of Coatesville and free to the public, this exciting motorsport event featured vintage racecars and motorcycles from the early 1900's through 1970. An idea hatched in 2015 by City Manager Mike Trio and machinist & avid vintage motorcycle and go kart racer Dick Miles; all proceeds from the Vintage Grand Prix benefit the Coatesville's Parks and Recreation projects.
Going through the divorce process is never easy and is even more difficult when going through it alone. The Law Office of Zapicchi & Liller, LLP a top choice for DUI defense in Burlington County, NJ, is able to help husbands and wives through the divorce process. For years, their team of attorneys has helped NJ residents battle the vicious cycle and process of separating from a significant other.
As much fun as it is to get together with friends and family with beer, wine and spirits, it is crucial for drivers to celebrate responsibly. Partygoers must do their best to avoid driving to and from the bar, restaurant, or establishment. Drinking and driving is not only dangerous and irresponsible, but it is also against the law. With minor differences in the language and stipulations between each state, drinking and driving is still against the law in every state.
Anu Nair, a partner at Klasko Immigration Law Partners, recently served as a key panelist at a national event hosted by the Indian American Chamber of Commerce.
The law firm of Rizio, Hamilton & Kane, P.C. is announcing that it's continuing to book consultations regarding birth injury in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas. Birth injuries occur in nearly seven out of every 1,000 births in the United States, and the trauma which follows can range from severe to permanent. Parents or individuals who are seeking justice for birth injuries and want medical professionals to be held responsible for the way a child was born or delivered are encouraged to reach out to the lawyers at Rizio, Hamilton & Kane, P.C.