Archive for November, 2012

posted by shelly on Nov 30

Check out these law firms images:

Anonymous Lawyer by Jeremy Blachman
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Image by bennylin0724
Fictional. A twisted lawyer, through blog entries and emails, describes the politics, the hierarchy, the life (or the lack of) inside a big firm. The blog does exist, which started before the book. anonymouslawyer.blogspot.com

I recommend it for a funny cynical read, and for students thinking about going to law school.

Interesting Law Firm Name
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Image by Frank Gruber
Circa 1852?

Snider Law Firm
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Image by iamrandyedwards.com

posted by shelly on Nov 30

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posted by shelly on Nov 30

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posted by shelly on Nov 30

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posted by shelly on Nov 29

Question by monkeyworldwide: Business law question thanks for help in advance?
Explain the various legal forms under which they can operate a collective business and consider the advantages
All but Nicola want to be involved in the day-to-day running of the business and all four want to keep control of the business strictly between them. They are also concerned about what may happen should the business fail and, therefore, want to limit the amount of capital they can lose. They do not want to have to sell their houses, for instance, to pay off any debts which they may incur should the business not be a success.

They are aware that there are several different ways in which their business could be organised and they seek your advice as to which they should choose.

Explain the various legal forms under which they can operate a collective business and consider the advantages and disadvantages of each of these possibilities.

what does legal forms means and where can I find them please show sources thanks!!

Best answer:

Answer by Net Advisor
I would suggest try and addressing this question in the home work section.

http://answers.yahoo.com/dir/;_ylt=AtIJFbVUvu66R8d2uR5Zj0a.xQt.;_ylv=3?link=list&sid=396545134

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posted by shelly on Nov 29

Question by Superfan: How do defense litigators become famous?
People like Johnny Cochran or Robert Shapiro how do they become the go to guys for defense (not these guys in particular buy just in general) how do defense lawyers gain a reputation do you just defend petty criminals and work your way up do you have to work at a famous firm like how does it usually work

Best answer:

Answer by B.
You defend celebrity clients and get them off even when everyone knows that they are guilty. Yes, you usually do need to be employed by a large law firm.

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posted by shelly on Nov 29

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posted by shelly on Nov 29

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Ed Gerwin
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Image by Third Way
Ed Gerwin is the Senior Fellow for Trade and Global Economic Policy at Third Way, where he works to develop and advance pro-growth, pro-trade, moderate economic policies that benefit the American economy and American workers. Before joining Third Way, Ed was a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Winston & Strawn LLP. During his 28-year legal career, Ed represented and advised clients on a wide array of international trade law and policy matters, including trade-related legislation, trade agreements, investment rules, export controls and trade remedy cases. In 2008, Ed was a full-time, management-level volunteer with the Obama campaign. Ed earned his JD from Georgetown University Law Center, where he was Case and Notes Editor of Law and Policy in International Business, and his BA in political philosophy from Villanova University. At Third Way, Ed has written and spoken extensively on the need for the United States to tap into fast-growing foreign markets by attacking foreign trade barriers, negotiating smart new trade deals, and actively promoting U.S. exports. Ed has also worked to help trade senior policymakers in government and the private sector craft effective messaging on trade. He has written and commented widely on trade policy matters in such media outlets as Bloomberg, The Deal, Forbes, The Hill, The Huffington Post, and The Wall Street Journal.

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posted by shelly on Nov 28

Question by ange l: how do I find a lawyer who represents crime victims in atlanta georgia?
I can find only criminal defense lawyers and no defense lawyers for victims of crime.

Best answer:

Answer by latino_4_u_2_c
1800-lawyers

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posted by shelly on Nov 28

Question by Jose: Can the double jeopardy law protect me from this in court?
I was in court for a bail bond against my nephew that I cosigned and me and the other signers were told by the judge that the case was dismissed and we were all released from the case. The bail bond re-opened the case? Is this legal, and what laws can protect me?

Best answer:

Answer by scott b
Double Jeopardy protects you from being prosecuted for the same offense twice. Since it was dismissed, he wasn’t prosecuted for it, and the re-opening would be the FIRST time. So, no.

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