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New Recall Ups The Ante On Snowmobile Accident Dangers

Explore the exhilarating world of snowmobiling in the stunning High Sierra and find out what to do in case of a snowmobile accident.

California Company Issues Recall For Fog Machine Liquid

Protect your health from compromised fog machine liquid. Get the details on the recall for Purefog High Density Natural Fog Juice Liquids.

Liability Insurance California - Defective Products For Consumers

Understand your rights when it comes to defective products and how liability insurance in California plays a role.

Water Rights in Las Vegas

Las Vegas’s water rights laws serve the people of Las Vegas by managing water resources in a fair and equitable manner.

15 FAQ’s about Statute of Limitations, Debt Collection, and Credit Reporting

Learn all you need about the statute of limitations in collection defense cases. What is the "statute of limitations"? Are you obligated to pay your debt after the statute of limitations expires? Find out.

21 FAQ's about "Account Stated"| A Legal Guide in Debt Collection Law

Learn about debt collectors' theory of "account stated" to prove their collection account. Arm yourselves with the best defenses.

Does Federal Law "Preempt" (Block) State Lawsuits for Mislabeling?

The most comprehensive list of preemption cases in food, supplements, and medical devices. Decisions issued by the U.S. Supreme Circuit, federal appeals courts, district courts, and state courts.

Mislabeling vs. Misbranding: A Practical Guide with Examples

In general, mislabeling refers to errors or omissions on product labels, while misbranding refers to false or misleading claims or representations about the product. Here are tons of examples in bulleted and numbered lists.

The Ultimate Guide to False-Advertising Law in New York: 22 FAQs

Learn New York False Advertising through FAQs and case analyses.

When to choose and credit lawyer versus a credit repair company to fix your credit?

In today’s digital world, credit plays a significant role in determining one’s future. Therefore, it’s no surprise that many ask if hiring a lawyer is the right way to fix your credit. Let’s explore the difference between credit repair companies and lawyers.  They each have something unique to offer.  But every situation is individual, and it’s up to you to decide what you need.

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