Browsing Category Antitrust Law

Is It Illegal to Download Free Music?


Sunday, May 20, 2018

The Confusion Surrounding Music Copyright Law Because there are so many different ways to get free music off the internet, there has become a lot of confusion and conflicting views as to what is legal and what isn't. "OK, so it's illegal to burn a copy of a CD and distribute it. So are you telling me ...

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What Are the Child Custody Rights in Divorce Cases?


Friday, April 20, 2018

The most important and complex issue in a divorce case is 'Child Custody'. Both husband and wife, use child custody as a medium to establish the guilt and fault of the other party. In India, Guardian and Wards Act, 1890 is empowered to determine the issue of child custody. Generally, the court has the power to grant ...

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Understanding Medical Malpractice – What It Means


Tuesday, March 20, 2018

A person will generally file a medical malpractice suit with a lawyer if they feel they have received substandard care by any healthcare professional, like a doctor or dentist, that has directly resulted in economic or physical damages to them personally or a family member. When discussing what substandard care this generally means care that ...

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The Top Business Lawyers Mean Business


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

The law also protects consumers from business monopolies, malpractices, price fixing, and other issues. As a business owner, you need to know about the laws regarding your business type, whether it is a small venture, a franchise, a partnership, or a corporation. There exist several legal considerations. The choices you make while setting up a business ...

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What Happens With Charitable Giving and the New Tax Law


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Now that we're into 2018, it's vital if you're a nonprofit leader, fundraiser, or board member to understand what the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may do to the philanthropic sector. Keep in mind that this is the first major overhaul of tax regulation in more than a generation, so it's going to have wide-ranging ...

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Information About Sexual Harassment Claims


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Sexual harassment is a crime according to state and federal laws. The law basically defines sexual harassment as unsolicited and unwelcome sexual advances. It doesn't have to involve physical touch or action to be categorized as harassment. This can occur at the workplace, hospital, school, gym, shopping center, and even at home. When it comes ...

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