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The Right to a Jury Trial – Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf ?
Alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) methods and nonjury trials are indispensable. But parties to contracts should not routinely waive the right to a jury trial. Parties should pause carefully before they waive the right to a jury trial
11 Factors: Loan or Capital Contribution?
After a corporation becomes defunct, parties often fight about the characterization of whether a past advance made to the corporation was a loan or capital contribution. Such disputes tend to focus on whether the facts show an intention to create an obligation to repay the advance at issue.
LACK OF JURISDICTION: Legacy of Dred Scott and Racisim in U.S. Courts
The legacy of Dred Scott is that the founders did not intend for rights, bestowed by the constitution, to be enjoyed by everyone and that the judicial process can be manipulated in a fashion that forecloses access to the courts based on improper reasons.
When Someone Hits You From Behind
Rear-end collisions can range in severity from simple fender-benders to ones causing serious injuries or even death.
Important Things You Must Do After a Work-Related Injury
It is important that you take the greatest care to safeguard your rights to fair workers' compensation benefits.
Time-sharing vs. Child Custody in Florida?
In 2008, Chapter 61 of the Florida Statutes which governs dissolution of marriage, was substantially modified. Now, the courts no longer refer to custody and visitation; the term “time-sharing” has replaced both terms.
Kane County Divorce Attorney Authors Maintenance (Alimony) Chapter in Illinois Family Law Book
Partner Matthew G. Shaw, of the Kane County law firm Shaw, Jacobs, Goostree & Associates, P.C., was published in "Strategies for Family Law in Illinois," outlining the alimony/maintenance review, including the new alimony laws coming into effect 1/1/15.
DuPage Child Custody and Child Support Lawyers
Divorce Attorneys Serving Glen Ellyn and Chicagoland
New Rules for Estate Recovery in Wisconsin
Estate Planning Attorney in Milwaukee
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