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Eric Maynor Or Ty Lawson?
Who Would Be A Better Fit For The Phoenix Suns?
Ty Lawson seems to be a better fit for Suns as long as the time aims at developing a skillful PG in Goran Dragic, and Lawson's speedy play gives Suns an alternative. Once again, Lawson's tiny size matters and Suns to fill in bigger bodies to compensate the height disadvantage.
Eric Maynor is a better scorer with bigger body, and his presence would give another option of immediate offense off the bench. An obvious problem is both Maynor and Leandro Barbosa may find difficulties on getting enough shots when they pair up.
Therefore, Suns would more likely to go for Lawson.
Logo Designers, Help!!!!?
This Is My 1St Time Making A Logo For A Client, It'S A Person Trying To Start A Custom Sneaker Business. So I Have Created This Logo For Him And I Am Ready To Sell. I Told My Family About It Cause I Was Excited To Complete My 1St Job But They Started Telling Me Hat I Should License The Logo Instead Of Selling The Rights, Because What If The Logo Becomes Iconic Like A Nike Swoosh. I Have Never Heard Of A Designer Doing That But I Said I Would Look Into It. Is This Common Practice?
Do not worry about it. Chances are it is not worth the hassle. No harm in dreaming but unless you are running a huge marketing company really forget it. It will never come to that.
Get paid from the client and never mention or talk about copyright to them unless serious money is being paid to you.
Then hire a lawyer and get it done properly.
If this logo is indeed is very original the copyright is automatically yours
(please do not tell your client that as it will freak them out).
Really in short do not worry about it. The chances of you creating the next Nike swoosh are the same chances as me winning the lottery the next 3 times in a row. Get payment from your client tell them everything is ok. If you are worried keep a small paper/electronic trail that you indeed created the logo - maybe you have created the next apple, coke, nike logo. : ) but as its your first - em you would have to be some sort of genius aswell as a very lucky person.
Who Nows Whats Better, Lawyers Or Doctors?
I Don'T Know Now What I Should Do. I Like Both Jobs And Was Wondering What The People Might Think. Which Ever One Wins With The Vote Ill Do.
Either Say Lawyer Or Doctor. Thanks.
Though I agree, it primarily depends on where your personal interests lie, if you are still uncertain, you might think about the purely financial standards. For example, the medical field has been deemed one of the five "recession proof" fields. When times get tough, doctors will still be in demand, while more people will try to settle disputes between themselves and sign contracts, etc. without the help of lawyers. Or, if they decide they are in need of a professional opinion, they will be willing to pay less for it. Many might even hit you up for free legal advice (my neighbor is a lawyer, and he claims that if he charged his friends and acquaintances for the legal advice he provides, he could retire five years early).
Ultimately it is your decision--if you were really leaning towards lawyer you will probably love it and be a great lawyer with a solid foundation--so think hard before you choose. And you don't really need to choose until after you get to college. A good idea is to do what you like in high school, join the clubs you like and do as you will, then look at back at the end of your junior year of high school. Did you do better in biology or other science classes? Did you have fun in clubs like science olympiads or forensic club? Or, did you do better in classes like global history and english? Did you have the best time in mock-trial club or newspaper club? It all depends, but if you try hard and really love it, you will be successful in either career. Good luck!
I'M A Contract Attorney And I Have Just Been Offered A Permanent Position With The Place I'M Working?
So, I'Ve Been Working At A Contract Attorney Position For A Large Firm In Palo Alto For About 6 Months. Finally, The Law Firm Where I Am Working Wants To Offer Me A Position. What, If Any, Are My Obligations To The Agency That Placed Me There? Am I (Legally) Obligated To Tell The Agency? Must The Law Firm Pay The Agency Some Sort Of Commission Or Signing Bonus To The Agency?
I'M Asking All These Questions Because I Get The Impression That The Law Firm Will Not Hire Me If They Have To Pay A Fee To The Agency....
I Would Be Really Happy To Hear What My Rights Are.
I would check if you have any type of contractual agreement with the agency.
Read over all contracts w/ a fine-toothed-come, or get one of your friends to (hey, you're a lawyer after all . . . you guys write these things up!)
If you don't, and it looks like you can take the job no-strings-attached, DO IT. I am one of the unemployed people these days and would do anything for a job in my field.
I Am Trying To Sign On To The Attorney Web Site For Hyatt Legal Plans But The Site Will Not Come Up.?
hyattlegalplans.com. It came up first time for me.
Should I Press Assault Charges?
My 14 Year Old Son Was Slapped Across The Face By A 12 Year Old Girl On The School Bus Because He Sat In A Seat She Wanted To Sit In. My Son Did Not Hit Her Back And Got Off The Bus With A Hand Print On His Face.I Was Very Upset And Called The Police To Make A Report As Well As The School. The Next Morning I Went To The School And Spoke With The Principal. After He Spoke To The Girl, He Called Me And Let Me Know That His Conversation With Her Parents Was Anything But Pleasant And He Would Not Recommend We Meet. He Also Stated That The Girl Admitted To Slapping My Son Because She Says He Called Her Fat. The Girl Got 3 Days Oss. My Son Is A Good Kid And Has Lots Of Friends So It Is A Little Hard To Believe That He Would Call Her Fat And Even If He Did That Does Not Give Her The Right To Put Her Hands On Him. My Question Is Do I Press Assault Charges? It Seems That Her Parents Are Upset That She Got Suspended And They Do Not See Anything Wrong With What She Did. Oh And My 12 Year Old Daughter And 2 Of Her Friends Witnessed The Whole Thing. What Should I Do?
I'm 15 and I'd say, yes, press assault charges. Two years ago, a kid in my class slammed my head into a desk for no reason. My mom wanted to press charges, and I didn't, I really don't hold grudges, either way, we didn't press charges, later in the year, he went on to hit others in the head as well.
So, don't let her get away with it, her parents don't care, and someone needs to be aware of this.
If your still in question about pressing charges, the least you could do is file a report, and then the police will decide,yet if it happens again, it's all documented by the police.