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Guide to a wide range of legal issues relating to law including family law, privacy, corporate law, public law, legal malpractice and product liability.

Labor And US Employment Laws.

Immigrants came to the US because they believed they had a chance to make a better life for their families, but recent changes to the Equal Opportunity Employment Act will make it more difficult for them to find suitable employment. In order for US citizens to get hired they will need to learn exactly what is required of both potential employers and themselves before they go through the application process.

Navigating Through Real Estate Law.

You may be looking forward to owning your first piece of property, but you should know what to look out for before you make a purchase. Working with a real estate agent can help you to avoid the most obvious pitfalls, but you must learn how to rely on your own instincts as well. Educate yourself on real estate law and locate the best property for your lifestyle.

US Tax Laws And Penalties.

Although many view paying taxes as a hassle, they are essential for the continued operation of social services, local governments and public school systems. There are stiff penalties for those who attempt to avoid paying their taxes, but some taxpayers do make genuine mistakes when they underpay their taxes. Learn what your rights are when it comes to tax codes and laws.

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Conrad Murray Convicted of Involuntary Manslaughter

Dr. Conrad Murray, recently convicted for involuntary manslaughter in the Michael Jackson death trial, has claimed that the Pop legend deceived him by not sharing his complete medical history. The Los Angeles County coroner stated that Michael Jackson's death was caused by an overdose of propofol, a surgical anaesthetic, combined with two other sedatives. A jury ruled that Murray was responsible for the death of Jackson, by recklessly administering propofol in his home to treat Jackson's insomnia.

Continue reading 11.11.2011. 16:17

Florida Bill Will Target Investigative Agencies

Two of Florida's lawmakers have announced plans to file a new bill that is geared toward preserving the integrity of investigatory agencies in the state. The move stems from Attorney General Pam Bondi's decision to fire two assistant attorney generals. June Clarkson and Theresa Edwards were let go in June. According to Bondi's office, the two were fired due to poor performance.

Continue reading 30.08.2011. 04:16

14 Arrested For Allegedly Hacking Paypal

The U.S. Department of Justice has confirmed that FBI agents have made 14 arrests for cyberattacks against Paypal. Those arrested are members of the online hacktivist group known as Anonymous. The cyberattack was in retaliation for Paypal suspending WikiLeak accounts and was called "Operation Avenge Assange."

Continue reading 30.07.2011. 10:52



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