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Three Things You Need in a Divorce Lawyer

Although a divorce is often a stressful and emotional time for all parties involved, it is also an extremely serious legal matter that can have consequences and ramifications that can impact every area of your…


How to develop a strong patent?

If you have a product that you want to create a patent for it is essential to hire a patent lawyer to assist you with this process. Building a license starts by creating a portfolio…



What is Plagiarism?

Work is considered plagiarised when another represents a person’s words, thoughts, ideas as expressions as their original work. However, because this definition is broad and vague, most work can be considered plagiarized. Plagiarism is not…


Roles of a Construction Consultant

Lyle Charles Consulting can be an invaluable member of the construction project team, offering expertise and advice independent of architects, contractors and other construction professionals. The construction consultant is responsible for acting as a bridge…


Art law

Art law is a specialty area of law that handles issues relating to how works of art should be valued, protected, intellectual property rights, free speech, authenticating and dealing with stolen artworks. Art law also…



Dental malpractice

Blog submitted by Dane Levy Attorney of www.Dentalmal.com, a provider of legal services for those injured by dental malpractice in California Dentists should provide a high level of service, but in some instances, mistakes occur…


Dental product liability claims

Blog submitted by Dane Levy Attorney of www.Dentalmal.com, a provider of legal services for those injured by dental malpractice in California A defective product can cause accidents, that can cause a consumer physical and mental…


What is Entertainment Law?

Article written by Barry K Rothman. Entertainment law is based on applying laws to contracts, employment, and intellectual property law principles that apply to the members of the entertainment industry. Entertainment law also includes propriety…