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What is a Strong Malpractice Case?

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It is most important that a plaintiff's medical malpractice lawyer screen cases and accept only those that are worthwhile. read more

U.S. Paralegal Organizations by State

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A local paralegal organization may be as much of a resource for attorneys as for paralegals, such as providing job banks and paralegal profession information. read more
Federal courts have tried to limit the uncertainty around novel scientific evidence by starting an evidentiary standard of reliability for scientific proof. read more
There'll be no law abridging the freedom of speech or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. read more
Based on Article V, amendments can be proposed by a two-thirds majority vote in Congress or at a constitutional convention called by two-thirds of the states. read more
A person's decisions regarding his or her personal life are none of the government's business under the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. read more
The attorney-client privilege, which originated in Roman and canon law, is the oldest of the privileges for confidential communications known to the common law. read more

Prosecuting Criminal Enterprises

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Federal prosecutors have available two sets of statutes to dismantle criminal enterprises that function like businesses. read more
Ordinarily, the selection of the plaintiff's expert is made well in advance of trial and they should had an opportunity to review all pertinent medical facts. read more
China is a large country with a total land area of 9.6 million square km, and more than 1 billion people which amount to one-fourth of the world population. read more