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Abuse of Process
Under Connecticut law, “abuse of process” is the misuse of process regularly issued to accomplish an unlawful ulterior purpose.
Which Telemarketing and Junk Texts & Faxes Are Illegal?
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) protects consumers against telemarketers, as well as junk texts and faxes. If you have received an automated call, fax, or text message without providing explicit consent to the company, you may be entitled to $500 per call, text or fax.
Featured Panelist, in Los Angeles Daily Journal “Verdicts and Settlements” Article regarding Arbitration entitled “Taking Shape” 2002
Featured Panelist, in Los Angeles Daily Journal “Verdicts and Settlements” Article regarding Arbitration entitled “Taking Shape” 2002
Quoted- Creative Negotiations (Author Catherine Ho)- Los Angeles Daily Journal 2010
Quoted- Creative Negotiations (Author Catherine Ho)- Los Angeles Daily Journal 2010
Connecticut Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage
Summary presented to the chamber of commerce concerning options in Connecticut for Uninsured and Underinsured motorist coverage
Case Comment: The Construction Lien Act and the Breach of Trust Claim
Part II of the Construction Lien Act, R.S.O. 1990, c C.30 (“CLA”), sets out the trust provisions and breach of trust claim, which is often overlooked.
Experts: You are Not a Hired Gun
This article discusses the role of experts, in particular engineers, in litigation.
Are Estimates Binding?
This article discusses estimates of fees and if they are binding for engineers, however apply to most construction professionals.
The Art of Getting Paid
This article explores good practices to avoid unpaid accounts and how to collect on unpaid accounts. It also covers legal options available to construction companies and professionals (specifically engineers), however could apply to many small to mid-sized firms.
State and Federal Disclosure Requirements for Unbuilt Condominiums in Nevada
In the event that no Public Offering Statement is delivered to prospective purchasers prior to purchasing an unbuilt condominium unit, then the purchaser is entitled to rescission.
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