Finding An Experienced Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will see that there are loads of lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they can are experts in your sort of case. This can make the whole process of finding one with a great deal of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following you will be able to narrow down your search on the right one in almost no time. The first step is to create a selection of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your town that specialize in your position. While you are causeing this to be list you must only include those which you have an excellent vibe about based on their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down if you take some time evaluating their internet site. There you will be able to find the number of years they are practicing and some general details about their success rates. At this time your list ought to have shrunken further to individuals which you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate quantity of experience. You need to then take the time to search for independent reviews of each attorney. Make sure to see the reviews rather than just relying upon their overall rating. The details from the reviews gives you a solid idea of the way they communicate with their clientele and the time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, you should meet with at least the past three lawyers which have the credentials you would like. This provides you with time to really evaluate how interested they can be in representing your case. It really is imperative that you follow many of these steps to ensure that you find a person which includes the right measure of experience to help you the best possible outcome.
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Some of the cites we server are,
Where Can I Find This Case?
Davis V. General Foods Corp., 21 F. Supp. 445 (S.D.N.Y. 1937)
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Try www.findlaw.com they have pretty much everything...we use it all the time for our law classes. Hope this helps!
Anyone That Knows About Either Or Both Of The Laws And Lawyers Of New Zealand And South Africa, Please Help?!?
Does Anyone Know If A Lawyer That Immigrated From South Africa To New Zealand Can 'Rule' As A Lawyer In New Zealand?
I Hope The Question Is In Good Shape So Everyone Can Understand, Its Not My First Language...
Thanks A Lot!!!
A lawyer in New Zealand has to be admitted to the bar. So your question is, can a South African lawyer be admitted to the New Zealand bar without having to go to law school all over again. The short answer is, I don't know. The long answer is, such a lawyer would almost certainly NOT have to go to law school all over again, but they would also very likely have to do some study. Possibly not. The best person to ask would be someone from the New Zealand Law Society. They have a website, and the answer might be there. Alternatively, check the website of the NZ ministry of Justice.
Most of the information you need can be found here: http://www.lawsociety.org.nz/home/for_the_public/for_law_students/admissions
Product Liability Insurance For A Store?
I Am Looking To Open A Country Store. In The Store I Want To Rent Out Spaces For Other Vendors. My Insurance Agent Says They Need Product Liability Insurance First To Protect Me. All The Vendors Are Not Liking That. One Said My Insurance Should Cover Everything So They Don'T Have To Get Any More Insurance. Is My Agent Pulling My Chain? Someone With More Insight Please Advise.
Your agent is correct. Each of your vendors should have their own general liability insurance policy, and you should make them prove it with certificates of insurance before you allow them to rent the space. If you own the location, you may want them to add some sort of fire protection for rented premises too. It's comes automatic on a lot of general liability policies. You don't want to be responsible for the products or actions of the people renting space in your store.
For a good example, look at how the malls rent out the small kiosks that you see in the center of the aisles. Each of those small vendors/business owners are required to have a certain amount of coverage before they can have the space, and they need to prove it with a certificate. You should make sure they have at least a one million dollar general liability policy.
Should Stem Cell Research Be Legal?
Yes Or No
Your question is too broad. There are a lot of forms of stem cell research out there. Did you know that you can get rather rich stem cells from the fat drawn from the body during a liposuction surgery? How's that for community service? Get lipo and donate your fat!
The place where ethics comes into play is with the embryonic stem cells and how these cells come about. Women have to undergo dangerous hormone therapy to get the eggs out to fertilize . . . what is a fertilized egg? A zygote, what is a zygote? It's a baby. You're creating lives to destroy them to maybe have a small chance of saving another life.
Not all embryonic stem cell research is unethical. A woman who miscarries can donate the baby's body for research. May I point out to you that of all the research that has been done with stem cells that embryonic is the only one that has not yielded any progress.
There have been incidences in different parts of the world where people are able to walk again after spinal cord injuries . . . thank you adult stem cells!
This may be an interesting article for you: http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2006/jul/06072709.html
I actually caught part of this guy's presentation on EWTN, I was very impressed on how in depth and thorough his presentation was. Most of what you hear on the news and other open sources is frivolous information trying to confuse the public as to what stem cell research really is. That (I believe) is why the proposition passed in Missouri to legalize certain stem cell research. The proposition was written to confuse the public and make it sound like a charitable thing. Unless you were very well versed in what the research was, you'd have no clue as to what the proposition was actually saying.
Check out that article, though, hopefully this nation can become more prolife some day so that we can focus our research on something more worth while.
I Need A Criminal Defense Lawyer.?
I Was Charged With Weed Possession And Pharaphenelia And Need To Find Out How Much For A Lawyer And If A Lawyer Can Even Do Anything For Me. This Is My First Charge Besides Littering And That Was Dropped.
Look up conditional discharge. A lot of states have a provision that allows you to get your first small drug offense dismissed with no record being attached. You may not even need an attorney to assert such an offense. You need to google your state marijuana conditional discharge or something along those lines.
This is what the law looks like in NJ, see if you have something similar for your state.
First-time marijuana offenders in New Jersey are often eligible for a “conditional discharge.” The conditional discharge is a “diversion” program. It is available in all New Jersey municipal courts for qualifying persons. A similar program is often available in federal court.
When the person arrested receives a conditional discharge, he is placed under probation supervision. There is no minimum amount of time that this supervision period must last. The maximum period is three years. Typically it is for one year. There is usually no trial. There is usually no guilty plea. And, most importantly, there is no record of having been convicted. New Jersey driving privileges are usually retained. When the probation supervision is successfully completed, the marijuana charges are dismissed. The person will still have a record of an arrest, but not of a conviction. After a short waiting period, the New Jersey arrest record itself can then be expunged. After expungement, the fact that the person
What Is The Best Steps To Open Law Firm Abroad ?
If I Study In X Country, Get The Degree There And Want To Open A Law Firm There, The Best Way To Do It Is: Become A Citizen, Work In A Firm Of That Country.... Or
You don't. Most countries require citizenship to be sworn to the bar ("uphold the Constitution," etc.). There are NO employment visas for foreigners, so even if you earn a law degree in a foreign country, you will NOT remain. Student visas are temporary non-immigration visas issued on the condition that foreign students return to their country of citizenship immediately upon completion or termination of studies.
So you are on a visa which mandates you return home immediately. You cannot remain, you cannot work (no employment visas for lawyers as no country has a shortage of them), and you typically cannot even be sworn to the bar. You will ONLY practice law in your country of citizenship, therefore you must know your country's laws, pass your country's bar exams. So you only go to law school in your own country - if you want to be a lawyer.