40 Million People Hacked – YOU as Identity Theft Victim

Saturday, MasterCard blamed a vendor of ALL credit card providers called CardSystems Solutions, Inc., a third-party processor of payment card data, as the source of loss of 40 million consumers credit card information. As is pointed out by several newspaper and web articles over the last few weeks, each recapping long lists of financial information […]

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Real Property Partition Vs Partnership Dissolution

Unless you are a real estate attorney, you may not know whether the fight you are having with your ‘partner’ over the commercial property that you both own should be solved through a partition lawsuit or a breach of partnership contract lawsuit. Are you and your family members who jointly own an apartment building or […]

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Internet Marketing – The Law Governing Interactive Giveaways

Incentive based internet marketing is a typical strategy used by many internet marketers to develop consumer interest in their product line. It’s huge industry. Marketers strive to build direct, personal connections with their target audience. They want their audience to be receptive to learning about what they can offer. They want their audience to be […]

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Privacy Laws and Divorce

Divorce is a very public affair with documents being filed in their states courts with public access. For this reason many couples express concern over how their privacy will be handled during such an emotionally charges time. Additionally, because divorce is so emotionally charge, there is a strong tendency for individuals to reveal private information […]

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An Introduction to Intellectual Property Law

What is Intellectual Property Law? Often referred to as IP Law, intellectual property law refers to the ownership of creations, for example ownership of music, artwork, literature, inventions, designs and ideas. These works are the intellectual property of the creator, meaning they own their creation. Why is this important? It is important because if IP […]

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The CLASS Act – The Federal Health Care Law and Long-Term Care

On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the historic federal health care bill into law. The 2400 page bill is filled with complex provisions that are difficult to dissect. Certain provisions received national attention and were discussed daily on the evening news. For example, we all know that children will be able to remain on […]

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