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Most Injuries are Covered by Workers Compensation

By: mandy | Date: February 22, 2011 | Categories: Legal

Workers are entitled to benefits under workers compensation laws if they are injured on the job. They are also eligible if they develop a condition, disease, or illness as a direct result of their work. This means that things that take time to develop, such as repeated exposure to certain conditions, may entitle someone to […]

Curtailing Political Corruption

By: mandy | Date: September 28, 2009 | Categories: Legal

Explaining the variations of political corruption across the nation is complicated, but an achievable objective. The causes for corruptions in combination of institutional conditions have recently shed light on the methods and powers of the monopolies, wide discretion and little accountability, all theoretical, but interesting just the same. Deep concerns with political corruption in the […]

The Continued Struggle Against Terrorist Financing

By: mandy | Date: August 3, 2009 | Categories: Legal

Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the city of New York,   efforts nationally and internationally were successful in the fight against terrorist financing.  However since that time the momentum has slowed down and is causing concern to those involved in the anti-corruption agencies of the world.  The problem comes from the success, ironically […]

The Simple Truth of Due Diligence

By: mandy | Date: | Categories: Legal

The business world is filled with stories and accounts of those committing fraud, swindling either investors or other businesses out of millions of dollars.  The valid question to pose is why did someone in the company not practice and follow the procedures of due diligence.  Due diligence is the term used to describe the steps […]

Phoenix Arizona lawyers can assist you with a personal injury case caused by faulty vehicle. There are many Phoenix law firms that are well-versed in the mechanics of wrongful death/personal injuries cases that arise from faulty machines or negligent drivers of SUV’s. Litigation over sport utility vehicle (SUV) rollovers has taken off in the last […]

A Father Disillusioned

By: mandy | Date: April 5, 2009 | Categories: General Business, Legal

A well-known business man and family patriarch when into court in Singapore last week, fighting his removal as chairman of the company he created. Mr.Thio Keng Poon has spent the last forty-six years nurturing the Malaysia Dairy Industry. He created the company, and then brought it to where it is today, a company that began […]

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Real ID could mean real travel headaches

By: mandy | Date: February 4, 2008 | Categories: Legal

A May deadline is just one flash point in a political showdown between Homeland Security and states that oppose Real ID demands. Read More…

VIRGINIA: Gifts to legislators top $165,000; include trips, tickets

By: lisa | Date: February 3, 2008 | Categories: Legal

RICHMOND — State legislators flew to places as diverse as Algeria and Lithuania, hunted deer in Texas and watched the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field last year, all courtesy of lobbyists and the interests they represent. Read More at Eastern Shore News…