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Unjust Bargains
Review of Modern Plea Bargains
Targeted Enforcement
A Review of Criminal Liability and Penalties in White Collar Environmental Crimes.
Understanding Spinal Cord Injury Claims
Spinal cord injuries can have devastating effects for the victim, including huge medical costs.
Documenting Evidence of Your Car Accident
If you have been involved in a car accident caused by the negligence of another person, preserve any physical evidence of the accident.
Divorce Discovery Laws: Issuance of Out-of-State Subpoenas and Taking Depositions Out-of-State in New York and Connecticut Divorce Actions
Discovery is the official process of collecting information pertaining to a legal claim after that legal claim has been properly filed with the Court.
Fourth Circuit Rules that Employers Must Accommodate Temporary Conditions Under the ADA
Employers have a duty to accommodate temporary impairments under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Keeping the Holidays Happy and Liability Free
Tips to Help Employers and Employees Navigate the Holiday Season
Wheaton Divorce Lawyers Named 2015 Illinois Super Lawyers
Wheaton divorce lawyers Andrew P. Cores and Wendy M. Musielak of Cores Family Law Group have been named 2015 Super Lawyers.
Medical Malpractice Lawsuits against Unnecessary Surgeries
Millions of surgeries are performed in the United States every year, and most of these surgeries are meant to save the lives of the patients. However, around half of these surgeries may not even be necessary.
A Motion for Reconsideration Does Not Always Toll the Deadline to Note an Appeal
Many lay persons and lawyers alike believe that a motion for reconsideration tolls the deadline to note an appeal. This is only true when the motion is filed within the time prescribed for a motion to alter or amend the judgment.
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