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Using The Most Favorable Standard of Review For Your Appeal
Understanding how to shape your appeal in order to use the most favorable Standard of Review and have the best chance for success.
Ensuring ADA Compliance at Your Place of Business
Understanding the ADA in order to protect your place of business from unwanted litigation and ensure compliance.
California’s Tender Rule in Foreclosure Suits: Any way around it?
This article discusses the legal doctrine of "Tender." When bringing certain types of lawsuits, one must tender the amount of the debt to have standing to sue. However, there are certain exceptions to the tender requirement.
Stopping a Foreclosure Sale by Obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction
This article advises on your rights to bring litigation against your lender regarding violations of the California Homeowners Bill of Rights and the various court remedies.
Monthly Mortgage Payments About to Increase for HAMP Recipients
This Article contains information regarding the 2009 Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and future increased payment adjustments
Seven Requirements for Running a Lawful California Medical Marijuana Collective
This article advises on the requirements for running and maintaining a lawful California Medical Marijuana Collective/Dispensary.
SEC Charges CEO & CFO with Sarbanes Oxley Violations
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against Marc Sherman, the CEO and Edward Cummings, the CFO of a Florida-based computer equipment company for misrepresenting to external auditors and the investing public the state of its internal controls over financial reporting.
SEC Charges CEO & CFO with Sarbanes Oxley Violations
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against Marc Sherman, the CEO and Edward Cummings, the CFO of a Florida-based computer equipment company for misrepresenting to external auditors and the investing public the state of its internal controls over financial reporting.
SEC Charges Minister, Thomas Lawler, With Securities Fraud
The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) filed fraud charges and sought emergency relief, against Thomas Lawler, a resident of Snellville, Georgia and a self-proclaimed minister, and his company, Freedom Foundation USA LLC for fraudulently offering and selling fictitious securities.
Going Public Benefits for Foreign Companies
Foreign companies seeking to raise capital often turn to the U.S. capital markets. Foreign issuers can rely on exemption from registration or register a securities offering with the SEC.
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