• What is the New York Borrowing Statute?

    By: Robert J. Nahoum THE PROBLEM: You have been sued by a debt collector and timely answered the lawsuit. You are now preparing your defense. The debt is old and you suspect it may be too old to sue on. How do you calculate the statue of limitations in a New York Debt Collection Case? THE RULES: There is a time limit in which a debt collector can sue to collect a debt.

    The Law Offices of Robert J Nahoum- 5 readers -
  • Most Dangerous Jobs in Illinois

    When you think of dangerous jobs, police officers and firefighters likely come to mind. While these occupations are some of the most dangerous jobs in Illinois, there are many other risky professions that are often overlooked. Read more about the industries that create the riskiest jobs in the state of Illinois below.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 4 readers -
  • Types Of Construction Injuries Sustained On The Job

    Types Of Construction Injuries Sustained On The Job Even in this economy, millions of Americans are still enjoying the fruits of honest labor. Unfortunately, all these honest laborers are liable to work accidents due to the negligent treatment of business owners, contractors, employers or fellow employees.

    Law Office of James Alston- 15 readers -
  • Burn Injuries Caused by Steam

    Have you or a loved one been injured due to a steam burn? Contact the Dallas burn injury attorneys at Rasansky Law Firm today for a free consultation at 1-877-405-4313. We can explain your options, and are happy to help handle your claim on a no-win, no-fee basis. Burns from steam coming into contact with one’s skin usually result in serious scald injuries, which (according to ...

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 14 readers -
  • Bankruptcy “Reform” a Dozen Years Later

    Today marks the 12th anniversary of the implementation of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA). The BAPCPA, bought and paid for by the banks and credit card companies, represented the biggest overhaul of the bankruptcy system in our country in almost 30 years.

    Bradford Botes/ Bond and Botes- 14 readers -
  • Bradley Reifler — Closed-end Mutual Fund

    Bradley C. Reifler Allegedly Operated a Closed-end Mutual Fund, Forefront Income Trust, a Fund that Reifler Purportedly Created while Associated with His Member Firm, Forefront Capital Markets Bradley Reifler, of New York, New York, allegedly operated a closed-end mutual fund, Forefront Income Trust, a fund that Reifler purportedly created while registered with FINRA as a Genera ...

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 12 readers -
  • Am I Liable for an Injured Trick or Treater?

    Soon, kids of various ages will be sporting costumes and knocking on your door, ready to shout “trick or treat!” For the many years that you have had trick or treaters, everything has gone smoothly. However, an injured trick or treater on your property is still a possibility and if this occurs, it is important to know what to do.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 7 readers -
  • Common Injuries in Collisions Between Cars and Pedestrians

    Pedestrian accidents occur fairly frequently in Houston and the surrounding areas. Although Houston has its fair share of jaywalkers, a large number of pedestrian-related accidents occur at crosswalks and on sidewalks, and these are predominantly the fault of drivers. Pedestrians can sustain severe injuries and incur substantial losses due to the actions of negligent drivers.

    Houston Personal Injury Attorney- 10 readers -
  • What is the New York City Civil Court?

    By: Robert J. Nahoum In New York State, the court system is referred to as the “Unified Court System”. However, in reality, the courts are far from unified. Each county has a “Supreme Court”. The Supreme Court has the jurisdictional authority to hear any kind of case but generally only hears cases where the amount in dispute is over $25,000.00. The $25,000.

    The Law Offices of Robert J Nahoum- 9 readers -
  • Employer Forum Recap: Disability and Workplace Accommodation (May 2017)

    As part of its commitment to supporting employers in their efforts to create healthy, thriving workplaces, Kent Employment Law introduced its Employer Forum series, an in-house resource for forward-thinking business owners and HR professionals. Offered in both Vancouver and Kelowna, these breakfast events are an opportunity for employers to learn from the experts and connect wi ...

    Wendy Woloshyn/ kentemploymentlaw.com- 12 readers -
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