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4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Help You When you want an attorney at all, you need to work closely using them in order to win your case. Regardless of how competent these are, they're likely to need your help. Here are four important approaches to help your legal team allow you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - irrespective of what information you're likely to reveal directly to them. Privilege means whatever you say is kept in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team has to know everything in advance - particularly information other side could learn about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they have to help them win. 3. Show Up Early For Many Engagements Do not be late when you're appearing before a court and steer clear of wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are promptly, each and every time. In reality, because you may want to discuss last minute details or even be extra ready for the situation you're facing, it's a smart idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for any sort of crime, it's important so as to convince the legal court that you just both regret the actions and so are making strides toward increasing your life. As an example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and included in the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your likelihood of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you must win your case.

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Commercial Vs. Patent Law?
What Is The Availability Of Both Types Of Law? How Difficult Is It To Get A Job In Either Types Of Law Right Now And In The Next 5 Years? Also How Do The Salaries Of Both Compare, Keeping In Mind If My Undergrad Is In Industrial Engineering And I Have An Mba.

I know some Boston law firms are hiring new patent attorneys at $185,000 starting salary, plus full benefits, but primarily those who have advanced technical degrees (masters, PhD, MD, etc) and a number of years of experience in the industry.

I Need Legal Help, Any Lawyers From Wisconsin?
My Down Stairs Nieghbor Recently Got Raided, And Sent Off To Jail. Tonight The Manager Of The Apartment Comes Up Here And Accucses My Husband Of Buying Drugs From Him.Which Isn'T True. She Threatend To Call The Cops, Give Us A Five Day Eviction Notice, And To Call Social Servies And Have My Son Taken Away. This Isn'T The Frist Time She Has Been Here Yelling And Making Treats. And She Is Constantly Snoopong Around The Basement And The Garage Which We Pay For. We Probly Will Be Moving When Our Lease Is Up, But That Isnt Until December. Can We Get A Lawer For Slander? If She Calls The Cops, And Accusses Us Of Drug Charges We Can Lose Our State Assitance, And I Will Lose My Bissness. I Work With Children. Please Help What Can I Do? I Dont Even Have The Owner'S Phone Number Or Address.

My advice is to get a Life Events Legal Plan from Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. With this you will be able to:
-Ask a Lawyer any question you need a legal answer to, you can ask as many questions as you want. No Limit.
-While talking with you if the Lawyer feels a letter or phone call made by them on your behalf will help, they will do that.
-They will review and advise you on any contract or document. (buying a home, car, even cell phone. Any document you don't fully understand)
-A Will, get a Standard Will (more complex than a simple will) and have it updated every year as long as you are a member.
-Traffic Ticket help, Get a ticket, get advice on how to handle it or have them go to court for you.
No matter what state you have a question in, we have a law firm that can handle your issue. No matter what area of law, we have it covered. There is so much more included go to the site below to find out more, contact me through that site if you have questions.

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With The Legal Shield (part of the above plan) you get 24/365 emergency access to a lawyer if you are in an accident, arrested, detained or questioned. OR if CPS shows up at your doorstep wanting to take your kids away. At a time like that having access to legal advice can be very comforting.

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Law School Question About Legal Research?
First I Am Not In Law School, I Listed This Under Law School Because It Will Be Easy For Anyone In Law School Or Who Has Been To Law School To Answer. I Just Started A Legal Research Course And I Do Not Have Any Legal Background. The Class Is Online And I Missed Last Nights Class Because My Daughter Was In The Er.....The Notes Online Were Not That Great. Anyway We Have To Search In Lexis Which I Have Never Used And I Just Have No Clue What Tabs To Look Under For The Information That We Are Supposed To Find For The Following Question Locate The Price,Waterhouse Case Mentioned By Your Attorney. Then, Try This Sneaky Way Of Finding Later Cases That Are Likely To Be Similar: Instead Of Shepardizing The Case, Search For Later Cases That Mention This Case In The Body Of Their Opinion, By Reference To The Names Of The Parties: Hopkins W/2 Price Waterhouse. Try The Search Tips Mentioned On The Link What Link Is It Refering Too? Please No Comments About Me Not Knowing This

To find the case, type this in the "type a citation" box, which should be on the first page after logging in: 490 U.S. 228
That citation identifies the Price-Waterhouse case. It means that if you were looking the case up in a law library, you would find it in the 490th edition of the U.S. Supreme Court Reporter, on page 228.

For the second part of the question, you would go to the research system link, then click on the search tab. It sounds like your prof wants all cases mentioning Price-Waterhouse, so click the box next to Federal & State cases, Combined.
Then click go.

In the box, type (INCLUDING QUOTATION MARKS, and make sure you put v. not vs.) "Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins" and click search.

You will get over 3000 results.

Why Hire A Lawyer If I Can Search For Existing Patents Myself On Goverments Main Site?
I Went To The U.S. Goverments Main Patent And Trademark Site And They Have A Search Engine In Which You Can Type In Keywords (Such As Potato Peeler) And It Will Give A List Of Patents Relating To That Topic From 1790 To Now Or So It Says, So If Its That Easy Then Why Do I Always Hear You Have To Hire A Lawyer Or Someone Who Knows What They'Re Doing To Do An Patent Search?

You don't. You can mow your own lawn too. But a landscaper might do a better job of making your yard look nice.

In this case, a patent lawyer might know that what you are looking for isn't really a potato peeler. What you are looking for might be called an organic produce outer layer removal system. Since the patent doesn't include the words potato or peeler, your search wont find it.

Should I Stick With The Custody Agreement?
My Boyfriend And I Have An 18 Month Old Son Together. We Recently Split Up At The Beginning Of The Month. We Already Have A Custody Agreement In Place From Last Year. I Have Physical Custody And I Am The Custodial Parent. The Agreement Says That He Goes To His Dad'S House Every Other Weekend, Friday-Sunday Night. And One Weekend Out Of The Month He Stays Until Monday Night. I Have Agreed To Let Him Go Every Weekend To His Dad'S. His Dad Really Wants To Be A Part Of His Life, But I Have Heard That It Makes Me Look Bad To The Courts. Although I Do Not Understand This, My Question Is Should I Just Stick With The Written Agreement Or Continue To Let My Ex Get Him Every Weekend? Keep In Mind Our Split Is Fresh And I'M Honestly Scared He Might Be Doing It To Get Custody Away From Me For Some Reason.

I went through a custody battle three years after my divorce. One thing you should keep in mind is that a child truly needs the balance of two parents, no matter which parent he or she lives with.

As long as the child is with you during the week most of the time and you are the primary caregiver, I feel that there will be no problems. If you feel that he is trying to take this child from you, remember, YOU DO NOT OWN THE CHILD!! NEITHER DOES HE!! The one who will suffer most in a custody battle is the child. Please keep this in mind as things unfold. I hope you and your ex are in communication. This can help to prevent any ugly battles in court.

For the first three years after our divorce, we had joint custody. I, however, was the primary caregiver (my son was with me about 70% of the time). When it came time for elementary school, his mother took me to court and sued for full custody. The judge threw it out of court so she appealed. She won the appeal maybe because she is the mother or because my business took so much of my time even though it did not interfere with my ability or efforts to give him proper care and there was nothing I could do. (I don't understand the appeals courts)

As long as you are giving proper care to your child and not abusing him or yourself, he will not be able to take custody. The fact that you are willing to grant him extra time with the child also is in your favor.

My son has always been in my life, even after that bitter court session. He has always looked to me for guidance and still from time to time does. He is now 32 and lives in Japan (as do I) but most of all, we are best friends.

Elder Law And Poa?
My Mom Is In The N H. If I Had Poa Would I Be Responsible For Her Bills?

If you're the POA then you can pay her bills but her bills are still her bills.

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