Defenses for New Jersey Sex Crimes

Sex crime criminal charges present unique challenges. Not many other criminal charges incur the societal judgment and embarrassment that sometimes follows a single minor indiscretion that the accused strongly wishes could remain private. Most [...]

Draft a Will in Preparation for the Unexpected

Not enough people comprehend that a Will is one of the easiest (legally enforceable) ways individuals in Nevada and elsewhere can financially safeguard their families following an untimely death. A Will stating which assets go to whom guarantees [...]

Role of Adult Children in Arizona Estate Planning

Though estate planning often feels as if it should be a joint family effort, the person seeking a plan must have private conference time with their attorney. Not only is a private meeting advisable on a personal level, as the attorney can better [...]

Unauthorized Photo Use in Florida

Celebrity couple Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are the most recent Tinseltown residents who are calling for the boycott of publications that buy paparazzi photos of celebrities’ children that were taken without the consent of the child’s [...]

How to Avoid Purchasing a “Lemon”

Buying a car is usually never easy, but don’t rush the process and end up with a lemon! Follow these steps to help guide you through the purchase of a new or used car, and you will significantly decrease your chances of winding up with [...]

Carbon Monoxide Detector Requirements for NYC Restaurants

New York City Council is currently considering passing a bill that requires all New York City bars and restaurants to have carbon monoxide detectors on the premises. City Councilman James Vacca co-sponsored the legislation several weeks ago, [...]

Pregnancy Discrimination Still Exists in the Workplace

Earlier this month, CEO of AOL Tim Armstrong made headlines when he said the treatment costs of two employees’ distressed babies were the reason behind the company’s 401K contribution cuts. A 2005 case in which a former Armstrong [...]

Capital One Issues New, Oddly Worded Contract

Credit card issuer Capital One sent its recently updated contract to customers, surprising them with some odd terms and conditions that may seem like the bank is threatening collection harassment.The bank basically said it could stop by a customer’s [...]

Kentucky Product Liability Lawsuits

Dangerous or defective products can cause severe physical and emotional damage. In order to triumph over large manufacturers in court, the consumer’s attorney must successfully argue that their client used the product as described for [...]

Cell Phone Data Searches and the Fourth Amendment

Sometimes a criminal’s cell phone may be confiscated upon arrest and that data can be entered into evidence. Yet, in Spring 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court is set to make a determination on whether searching cell phone data before obtaining [...]