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By Legal Leverage® Academy
Few things in business are more frustrating than when good people eat their words in court. For a limited time the Legal Leverage® Academy is offering a free video series with simple tips to push back unwanted liability and litigation.
By Turner Law Offices, LLC
Complaint Alleges That Bank's Calls To Plaintiff's Cell Phone Violated The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
By Zidan Marketing & Media Inc
Education Management Corporation (EDMC) faces allegations of improper or illegal conduct at its subsidiary institutions by Lucas, Green & Magazine on behalf of numerous students.
By The Patterson Law Firm, LLC
The Patterson Law Firm, LLC has partnered with the Advancing Career and Education (ACE) Program at the IIT Stuart School of Business on a mission to enhance students’ academic experiences through early exposure to business environments.
By PR First
The unsteady economy has contributed to a rise in liability lawsuits.
By The Patterson Law Firm, LLC
The Patterson Law Firm, LLC, dedicated to helping businesses, professionals and entrepreneurs properly handle business lawsuits while facilitating effective business practices, announces Ben Cunningham as a new associate attorney.
The TTARA Research Foundation has released an update of its award-winning publication, “An Introduction to School Finance in Texas.”
By Krista Bruce
With mortgage fraud statistics on the rise, First Valuation is taking necessary steps to prevent fraud and mitigate risk in all valuation reports.
By Mike Smith
Fraud is a growing problem for businesses of all shapes and sizes. Each year organizations ranging from small businesses to giant corporations lose billions of dollars to fraud.
By Wilkes & McHugh, P.A.
In its 60th Anniversary Special Edition, Long-Term Living Magazine named attorney Jim Wilkes as one of the top 10 most influential people in shaping the state of long-term care in America.
By PatentHammer Associates
PatentHammer strengthen focus on Wireless IP and Patent-Busting
By Cochrane & Associates, LLC
The environmental and building consulting experts at EC2 provide solutions for indoor air quality (IAQ) concerns that can trigger health problems and increase risks and liabilities.
By Harrison Edwards PR & Marketing
Recent New York State Appellate Decision Alters the Framework for Determining 'Fair Value'
Personal Injury Attorney Frank Ariel, serving Los Angeles, Culver City, Torrance, Santa Monica, and many other southern California areas has launched a new website that contains state of the art response mechanisms for people who have been injured.
By Hooks Enterprises
Suits aimed to retrieve damages from business disparagement, tortious interference, and breach of contract
By Joe Favorito
New suit is the latest in a string of legal actions involving John Webber and Julian Jakobi on same subject matter
By Simone Development Companies
Ruling is Victory for Developer of Hunters Point Condominiums
By Terry Corbell
Discrimination lawsuits by workers are clogging the courts – Seattle Biz Coach Terry Corbell provides HR strategies to avoid legal nightmares.
The Supreme Court of Virginia has rejected a disabled adult’s challenge to Virginia’s charitable immunity law in a case filed against Didlake, Inc.
Revolutionary P2P advertising network allows advertisers the first-ever ability to reach 200 million P2P file sharing users by protecting them against lawsuits and identity theft
By Vanguard Productions
Vanguard Productions and Perseus Books LLC today announced a co-existence agreement ending a trademark dispute between the two companies related to the “Vanguard Press” mark.
RELEASE: First-Of-Its-Kind Solution Protects 200 Million Computer Users From Rampant Identity Theft,
New software offers first-ever solution to help protect 200 million P2P file-sharers from rampant identity theft and lawsuits; United States Federal Trade Commission warns about dangers of file-sharing.