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New York attorneys have a duty to preserve documents related to current and former clients. But what happens when client files are destroyed by a disaster or accident? Does the attorney have an ethical obligation to notify his/her current or former client when client files have been...
Every tort claim, regardless of its basis, whether intentional, negligence, or strict liability, has two basic issues—liability and damages. Was the defendant liable for the damages you sustained, and, if so, what is the nature and extent of your damages?
USCIS has posted the Affirmative Asylum Scheduling Bulletin for September of 2015. This bulletin displays which asylum applicants have had their interviews scheduled the past few months. The bulletin may give certain affirmative asylum applicants an idea of when an interview...
A new Illinois law implements a program that permits those who have lost their license as a result of drinking and driving the possibility of receiving a limited driving permit if they meet certain criteria.
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We have just posted an a detailed overview of reinstatement of removal. If an alien is found to have reentered the United States illegally after having been previously removed or having left under a grant of voluntary departure under a removal order, the alien may be subject to...
This article explains the most common mistakes you see in medical malpractice, what happens if a nurse gives you the wrong drug and which is responsible if a doctor incorrectly treats you while you are in the hospital.
This article explains the statistics motorcycle riders face such as head on collisions, cars involved in accidents, cars making left hand turns, alcohol abuse while speeding and road hazard conditions.
This article explains aspects you must be aware when it comes to premises liability. You will learn about the two rules for how is responsible in a premises liability situation. You will also find out who is ultimately responsible on a commercial or residential property, the owner or the occupier.
In this article, you will learn about the three different types of product defect-injury claims: Defectively Manufactured Products, Defectively Designed Products, Failure to Provide Adequate Warnings or Instructions