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What Qualifications Do I Look For When Searching For A Good Patent Lawyer?
What Makes One Patent Lawyer Better Than The Next? Also How Should I Expect To Be Billed? Do I Pay By The Hour For Being Consulted Or Am I Paying Only For The Work That He Would Commit Towards My Application? Thanks
First, the attorney must be a registered patent attorney. Search the USPTO's roster.
Second, make sure the attorney has no complaints at the patent office.
Third, look them up in the state bar association. Make sure they have not been disciplined.
Ask not only where and when they obtained their legal education but when and where they obtained their technical education. As what scientific or engineering degree they have. Ask what scientific or engineering work experience they had.
I would also tell you to get a recomendation from another attorney, for example, your general business attorney. Ask someone at a trade association for a recomendation for a patent attorney.
Ask if they have competitence in your field. Ask for a reference patent in your field.
Ask them how long they have been practicing. Ask who will actually do the work.
Where And How To Find A Good Lawyer For My Case?
I Am Suing My Current Employer For Discrimination And Bullying And A Lot More Cases. I Haven'T Contacted Either A Lawyer Or Eeoc Yet. How To Find The Best Lawyer For My Case. I Live In Mn.
I think you'd better discuss your case with pro bono based (free of charge) attorney in your area first before you move on the next steps. This is important because you may hear good advise from the one who specialized in the area.
Anyway, since they are free of charge, you have nothing to lose to consult your problem with them. Trust me, they are very good people, very professional and willing to help you all out.
I just searched on internet for you and found 2 websites that perhaps useful for you.
You may have the complete list of top pro bono attorneys in USA on http://criminalsattorney.info/archive-20...
Just visit the website as soon as possible to get help.
Another website that I also found for the complete list of law firms (lawyer) in USA can also be found on http://www.toplawfirms.us
You may even search law firm by state, in your area.
Have a great of luck!
What Is A Better Profession Physiatrist Or Lawyer?
Half of people that go to law school cannot find a job as an attorney. Medical pays better and has much more job security. The legal profession is tanking, and only gets worse. Here are a couple links to give you the true story:
Here is an excellent link:
Lawyer To Get Child Support Or Through State Agency (Il)?
My Brother Is Screwing Over The Mother Of His Children. She Is A Nurse And Makes Okay Money But Not Enough To Provide For Them Without Support. She Is Currently Making Payments To A Lawyer, But I Wonder If It Wouldn'T Be Cheaper For Her To Go Through Il State Agency And Fill Out The Apps Through Them. Is There A Benefit To Going Through A Lawyer - Can He/She Maybe Get A Larger Child Support Amount? I Really Want To Help Her Out, As She Is Going To Lose Her House Without The Money.
"Lawyer to get child support or through state agency (IL)? My brother is screwing over the mother of his children. She is a nurse and makes okay money but not enough to provide for them without support. She is currently making payments to a lawyer, but I wonder if it wouldn't be cheaper for her to go through IL state agency and fill out the apps through them. Is there a benefit to going through a lawyer - can he/she maybe get a larger child support amount? I really want to help her out, as she is going to lose her house without the money."
There is no quick answer to your question-- but if you don't want to read the details I provide below, I'd go with the Child Support Enforcement division of your local State's Attorney.
The amount of child support a non-custodial parent pays in Illinois is decided by one of two methods under 750 ILCS 5/505. The first-- and most common -- is a statutory minimum percentage of a net income of the non-custodial parent. Basically, for one child a non-custodial parent pays 20% of a net income (for two it's 28%, etc.)-- which is gross pay (of all income from all sources) minus the following: federal and state income taxes, FICA, prior support obligations, certain medical insurance premiums, union dues, and other less common required retirement account payments and expenditures for debt payments incurred for a business or means to make an income or for the custodial parent or the child(ren).
This calculation is pretty much straight math and will be used unless there are other circumstances that would make that amount of child support inappropriate (See 750 ILCS 5/505(a)(2))-- too little or too much. Usually, the statutory minimum is used.
If the non-custodial parent has a simple situation-- a wage laborer with a simple pay stub and none of those unusual expenses, then a monkey dressed in a crooked tie could go to court and get you the statutory minimum of support. Again, it's straight math. That's why letting the Child Support Enforcement folks handle it will probably be more cost effective than hiring an attorney.
If the situation is more complicated, the attorneys working for the Child Support Enforcement division might not work through the complexities and get as much support as could be had.
However, my experience with some general and family law practices in Illinois is that you'll pay an attorney far too much to make it worth it unless you're talking over a $3,000 yearly difference-- and you'll likely have a lot of headaches along the way with the attorney. (Expect to pay anywhere from $1,500 to $4,000 to settle the support issue.)
And I've watched attorneys agree to child support amounts that were below the statutory minimum-- because the attorneys didn't subpoena actual pay records, because the attorney didn't do the math and instead accepted the other side's calculations, and because the attorney had no idea about the actual facts in the case. While you might get lucky and find a good attorney who works quickly, you might not. At least with the Child Support Enforcement division, you aren't paying for shoddy services.
[This is not legal advice. You should consult a licensed attorney-at-law for legal advice or representation before making decisions that may affect your legal rights.]
Some People Study Law And Become Attorney ,Some Medicine And Become Doctor?
Some Study Psychology And Become Psychologist ,Some Study Engineering And Become Engineers And So Many Other Field But When Are We Going To Study &Quot;Being A Human&Quot; And Become Simple Humanbeing ??????????????????????
some people study law and become novelists, (David Grisham) and some people study medicine and become novelists and producers of quality television shows (Michael Chricton)
Your work does not define you, rather you define your work. The average human being never explores beyond the boundries society sets up for them, and that's fine if they need the saftey net. A few brave incidivuals stake out new territory and more the boundries. That's what deliberate living is all about. We were born human beings. Our parents take us through the abridged version of evolution in eighteen to twenty four years, and then we get to play on our own for sixty to eighty more. We define our humanity however, humanity does not define us. It just provides the outline we start from and some of us love to color outside the lines!
Child Custody Rights?
I Know Each Case Is Different But In General What Rights Does The Father Have To His Child If He Was Never Married To The Mother? He Is On The Birth Certificate. We Have Never Lived With Each Other. Would He Be Entitled To Overnights? I Am Not Going To Deny My Daughter Her Father, I Haven'T Contacted A Lawyer But Just Was Curious What It Would &Quot;Look Like&Quot; If We Did Pursue A Custody Case With A Lawyer. Again, I Know Each Case Is Different But I Am Justt Looking To See If Anyone Has Been Through This Situation And What Was The Outcome And What Is The General Idea Of It All. Btw, She Is 11 Months. Thanks For Your Answers.
In many cases and jurisdictions, the child who is born out of wedlock is in the sole legal and physical custody of the mother and the "putative" father may be made to pay child support, but have no visitation rights. He may choose to seek a determination of paternity, in which case, he may gain some rights upon receiving a successful outcome. This area of family law is very, very blurry and the judge has lots of discretion.
This is not legal advice and I am not an attorney in your state. If you have any questions whatsoever about this situation, you should consult an attorney for advice
Note to Lela A: You couldn't be more wrong. Many states have abandonment statutes which preclude parents from having ANY rights to a child if they haven't had continuous and systematic contact with the child(ren) for a particular amount of time. Consent is irrelevant in this situation as well.