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Oct 30, 2019

Why You Need A Business Attorney if Accused of Unfair Trade Practices

By |Oct 30, 2019|Business Law|

Businesses that fail to comply with federal and state laws that are designed to protect consumers and to ensure fair competition can be subject to lawsuits. These claims can be filed by the State Attorney General, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) or by lawyers on behalf of consumers and competitors. Unfair or deceptive trade […]

Oct 16, 2019

Tennessee Court Rules Opioid Makers Can Be Sued as Drug Dealers

By |Oct 16, 2019|Personal Injury|

A Tennessee Court has ruled that Tennessee district attorneys generals could use the Drug Dealer Liability Act (DDLA) to file claims against opioid makers. The Court ruled the law applies to Endo Pharmaceuticals, Purdue Pharma, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals and Teva Pharmaceuticals – all opioid makers.

The lawsuit was filed by 14 prosecutors representing 47 Middle and […]

Oct 2, 2019

What Is the Difference Between Parole and Probation?

By |Oct 2, 2019|Criminal Charges|

Parole and probation are both part of the criminal justice process. They are both terms that apply to defendants after they have been found guilty of a criminal offense. Defendants who seek probation or parole, or who have been charged with a violation of parole, can both benefit by having an experienced criminal defense […]

Sep 30, 2019

Tips for Buying a New Vehicle: Revisited

By |Sep 30, 2019|Buying a Car|

Automobiles are very important in America and in other countries; they take you to and from places, such as home, school, and work.  Not everyone knows the ins and outs of purchasing a new motor vehicle, so here are some helpful tips for buying a new vehicle:

Do your own research on the makes, models, […]

Sep 19, 2019

Your Rights When You File a Whistleblower Claim on Your Company

By |Sep 19, 2019|Qui Tam Claim|

The federal government enacted the False Claims Act (FCA) during the Civil War. The law encourages citizens to step forward and disclose fraud involving government contracts. Originally, the FCA just applied to contracts with the US Department of Defense. Now, whistleblowers can also disclose fraud involving Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE (the medical insurance agency for […]

Sep 5, 2019

What Drivers Should Know about DUI Field Sobriety Tests

By |Sep 5, 2019|DUI|

Before police officers give anyone they suspect of driving under the influence a breath test, most often they first give the suspect several field sobriety tests. The tests are not random. The tests must be done according to specific rules. If the police don’t give the tests in the correct way, that failure can […]

Jul 10, 2019

How Is the Value of a Business Determined?

By |Jul 10, 2019|Business Law|

How much a business is worth is critical for several reasons. Anyone wishing to buy or sell a business needs to understand its value. The value of business is instrumental not just when buying or selling it, or a part of it, but also in obtaining loans, expanding the business, merging the business with […]

Jun 26, 2019

The Continuous Residence Requirement for Becoming a Naturalized Citizen

By |Jun 26, 2019|Immigration|

Applicants for citizenship must meet several including residency requirements. Applicants usually must live in the US for five continuous years before they can apply for citizenship. Qualified spouses must live in the US for at least three continuous years.

Continuous residence means that the applicant stayed in the country. Applicants who leave the country during […]

Jun 18, 2019

Recovering Personal Property

By |Jun 18, 2019|Personal Property|

Your personal property is not always safe or secure; it can be stolen or seized. Fortunately, in the state of Tennessee and elsewhere in the United States, the law allows you to reclaim or recover your personal property.

Under the law, personal property is physical, transferable, tangible items, such as vehicles, shirts, computers, and toys. […]

Jun 13, 2019

Perjury

By |Jun 13, 2019|Legal Matters|

You always should and must tell the truth when you appear in a courtroom. Otherwise, our system of justice does not work, and a lie you tell may be considered perjury.

When you take the witness stand and give testimony in a courtroom, you take an oath and swear to tell the truth – nothing, […]

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