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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will notice that there are many lawyers in your town that advertise which they are experts in your form of case. This can make the entire process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the tips below it will be possible to limit your quest to the right one in very little time. The first step is to make a listing of the lawyers which can be listed in your town specializing in your needs. While you are which makes this list you ought to only include those that you may have an excellent vibe about according to their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down if you take a while evaluating their webpage. There you must be able to find just how many years they have been practicing and several general information about their success rates. At this stage your list must have shrunken further to those that you simply felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate amount of experience. You ought to then make time to look up independent reviews of each and every attorney. Make sure to look at the reviews rather than just relying upon their overall rating. The information within the reviews will give you a concept of how they connect with their customers and the time they invest into each case they are concentrating on. Finally, you will want to meet up with no less than the final three lawyers which have the credentials you are looking for. This will provide you with some time to truly evaluate how interested they are in representing you and your case. It really is vital that you follow every one of these steps to ensure that you find someone containing the right amount of experience to obtain the perfect outcome.

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Should I Use The Attorney Job Search Service Known As &Quot;Legal Authority&Quot;?
I Received A Letter From Legal Authority Http://Www.Legalauthority.Com Today And While The Job Prospects On It Sound Promising, How Is It Different From Databases Such As Monster Or Career Builder? Is It Worth The Money To Pay Someone To Search For A Job For You? Have You Used It Before? All I Want Is A Government Job, And I Think I Could Just Go To The Websites Directly To Apply.

No. You shouldn't pay for someone to search for a job for you. You can go directly to whichever governmental entity you want to work at and apply directly online or obtaining an application in person.

Commercial Law Question (Lgst 369)?
This Is A Written Question (A &Quot;Case Study&Quot;) On My Review Worksheet. I Feel Like I Should Know This Since It Is Review, But I Am Stuck! I Have Been Re-Reading My Textbook And Thought I Would Post Here As Well. In Response To Public Pressure, The Newly Elected Town Councilors Of The City Of Seaboyer Enacted A Bylaw To Curb Prostitution-Related Activities On City Streets. The New Bylaw States The Following: 1. People May Not Assemble In Groups Of One Or Two Or More On On City Streets And Sidewalks Between The Hours Of 10Pm And 4 Am. Is The New Bylaw Legal? Is There A Legal Basis To Challenge The New By Law? Is The Is A Challenge To The Bylaw Likely To Be Successful?Why Or Why Not? I Didn'T Think There Was A Problem With The New Bylaw, But It Sounds Like From The Tone Of The Question, That This Bylaw Was Meant To Be Challenged. Anyhow, My Thoughts There. Any Help Of Any Kind Is Appreciated So Much!!!!

My opinion is the law would be illegal. It is too broad and restrictive.

If I am on the way home with a co-worker, the law as written prevents me to walk home on the sidewalk or street.

If the law were more specific to state specific activities such as ... "loitering on the street or sidewalk for the purpose of solicitation of sex or other illegal activity"...then it might fly better!

As it's written in its' current form...anybody on the street or sidewalk between the hours mentioned...could be arrested!

Need To Find A Good Lawyer?
Ok My Mom Needs To Get A Good Lawyer So She Can Sue The Irs [Long *** Story] But Does Anybody Know Where We Can Find A Good Lawyer To Fight Against The Irs?

You need to give a FEW details. Most of the time you cannot sue the IRS. If she is being audited, she can have a representative help her. A CPA or enrolled agent can help in most civil matters. An attorney can also represent a taxpayer in civil matters and also in criminal matters.

Intellectual Property Law - What Do You Think?
In Listening To A Discussion About Intellectual Property Rights And The Protection That Should Be Extended Under Present And Future Law, I Came To Realize What A Load Of Horse Dung This Whole Issue Really Is. Primarily For 2 Reasons: 1. The U.S., In Fact The Entire Western Hemisphere, Is Based Of Theft. Theft Of Land From The Existing Population. Theft Of Labor (Often Forced). Theft Of Treasury, Either From Business Interests That Are Allowed To Charge Whatever They Want Regardless Of The Quality Or Warranty Of Their Product. Or By Government, Who Then Spend With Little Regard To The Actual Needs Of The People As A Whole. 2. Takimg Someone Else'S Ideas And Extending Or Expanding Them Is The Whole Basis Of Scientific And Technological Evolution. In Theory And In Practice. There Are Really Very Few Truly Original Ideas. Almost Everything Came From Other, Earlier Ideas. Microsoft Got It'S Start By Stealing Dos From It'S Inventor. But Who Is One Of The Leading Groups Arguing The Loudest For Intellectual Property Rights And Protection? It Has Become Obvious To Me That The Rule Of Law Beyond Protection Of Life & Limb, Is Simply The Rule Of Laws Written To Protect Certain Groups. Not The People As A Whole. It'S Really Just An Attempt To Split Hairs By Defining What Can Be Stolen (Usually After The Fact) And What Can'T. Ayn Rand Was Wrong. The Extremely Rare, Unique Idea Deserves Reward. But Most Ideas Aren'T Unique And Therefore Do Not Deserve Massive Amounts Of Reward. Anymore Than Corporate Officers, Who'S Businesses Depend On Legions Of Labor, Don'T Deserve To Take Full Credit For The Success (Or Failure) Of Their Enterprises. What Do You Think?

What do I think? I think there are several reasons you are wrong.

First, I didn't steal anything from anyone. I never have and I never will.

Second, nobody can be forced to do a job that they don't want to do or a job that they think doesn't offer fair wages. They are welcome to start their own companies where they can earn what they deserve.

Third, the theft of land from the existing population is a result of a government that is too powerful, too big, and, in my opinion, tyrannical.

Fourth, you claim that businesses "are allowed to charge whatever they want regardless of the quality or warranty of their product" and you are right. But nobody can be forced to buy what they are selling (except when the govt orders it), so there is nothing wrong with that. If what you are saying is true, then McDonald would charge $100 for a big mac. Obviously, you don't want to acknowledge this.

Fifth, the government is the only entity in the entire country that can, legally, threaten you with physical harm if you refuse to give them the money they demand you pay in taxes. If you refuse, the govt might send armed men to your house to take you to prison.

Sixth, you clearly don't understand intellectual property laws. If you make an improvement on an existing invention, then you can get the new patent. There is nothing strange or illegal about that.

Seventh, you are wrong about microsoft. They used the DOS platform to create a new operating system, thereby making a new product. What you are saying is that if you write a book, you are stealing the alphabet that some other inventor created.

I agree with you about the protection of special interests. The Federal Government was never intended to have such power- the power to pick winners and/or losers. Ayn Rand railed against this sort of thing more than anyone I have ever heard of.

And Ayn Rand (and I) would have argued that the rarity or uniqueness of an idea says nothing about its usefulness or resulting benefit, and therefore should have no bearing on the reward it reaps. There are plenty of rare ideas that have no use. Good ideas like the light bulb, the telephone, the ipad, the artificial heart, penicillin, the automobile, the personal computer, the door-lock, the toaster, the air conditioner, the soft drink, beer, etc. all made their inventors rich for one reason: People were freely willing to exchange their money for the product because they believed the product was as valuable or more valuable than the money they exchanged for it.

And I think that if laborers working beneath corporate officers feel as though they are being exploited, then they should start their own businesses, and then their former corporate bosses can go broke.

It seems to me that you have very little understanding of economics or markets. The freedom to decide how you earn a living gives people the opportunity for success. What markets hate is force, violence, or coercion being used to infringe on anyone's life, liberty or property. This is what the US government was originally designed to prevent. It has since been perverted by people from the left and right who want to use the power of government to force people make exchanges they wouldn't freely agree to otherwise.


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Then show me where I am wrong.

Tricky Questions For Lawyer?
I Have A Tricky One For The Lawyers: I Bought A Set Of 4 Apartments That Were Once A Part Of A 8 Unit Complex. 4 On One Side Of The Driveway 4 On The Other. The Utilities Are All Under One Name, My Name. The Previous 2 Owners Of My Side Had A Verbal Agreement With The Other Sides Owner To Split The Utilities No Matter The Occupancy. This Went On For About 8 Years. I Have Owned The Apartments For About 2. The Owners Of The Other Side Have Decided That They Will Only Pay For The Number Of Units They Have Rented. Sounds Fair Except That The Empty Apartments That They Have Still Use Electricity, They Have Street Lights And Refrigerators, And The Hot Water Heaters Use Gas. The Question I Want To Know Is, Can I Cut Them Off? The Bills Are In My Name. I Am In New Mexico

The answer is: How much do you want to spend in legal fees? Nothing good ever comes from being a jerk (I am not personally calling you a jerk. I am saying the other side will view you as being a jerk no matter how right you are.) Nothing good ever comes from "verbal agreements" either.

There are many complexities that come from splitting one property like that. No one on Yahoo will be accurate in their legal assessment without seeing real estate documents. If you "cut them off", you can be sued for a myriad of things. OR you might be within your rights. It all depends on what you have written which none of us have access to.

My suggestion is drafting a written agreement between you and the other other owner. Be civil about it. Call your electric company. See how much it costs to have the utilities suspended and/or turned off when they are empty. I had a friend that owned a four plex and the electric company here had a "vacation" rate they charged. Instead of turning off the electric between tenants, they paid minimal rates UNLESS they used more than the alloted amount. Maybe your electric company has a solution is my point.

Then tell the other owner that you do not agree or feel comfortable with changing the previous agreement. Tell them they can either maintain the current agreement or start paying to have those utilities turned on and off with each vacancy. Work something out because I can tell you that the more you decide to not communicate, the larger your attorney bill will be in the end.

Honestly, I think you should do anything you can to get out of this "agreement" with them. They need to be responsible for their units and you for yours. Go see an attorney. It is better to hash it out and invest money now than have to clean up a big legal battle later.

Particular Type Of Attorney?
I Am Looking For An Attorney To Sue Someone Who Skipped Out On A Partnership For There Half Of The Mortgage. What Type Of Attorney Should I Seek In Order To Get The Ball Rolling?

As already stated, any civil litigation attorney can handle this type of case. A partnership agreement is just a type of contract. However, what are you seeking? You do realize that the court will not force the other party to remain in the partnership. Instead, the court will dissolve the partnership and liquidate the assets. It is very much like divorce. A lot of angry people, all pointing fingers, but in the end its just a basic liquidation and distribution of assets. Do yourself a favor and amicably terminate the partnership with the former partner.