Civil and Misdemeanors

Can Employees Who Buy Stocks Be Accused of Insider Trading?

by: Laura Agadoni

Employees who buy stocks without private knowledge – knowledge that has not been made public yet – cannot be accused of insider trading. However, discretion is strongly advised in a situation such as this, as penalties for insider trading can be ...
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How to Sue the Owner of a Property for a Roach Problem

by Jeffery Keilholtz

Can You Have a Harassment Charge and Still Own a Handgun in the State of Pennsylvania?

by Jane Meggitt

How to Dispute Attorney Fees

by Mike Broemmel

Valid Excuses to Get Out of Jury Duty

by: Heather Warren

Under normal circumstances jury duty is something a person must attend to be in accordance with state law. Business excuses are not valid, as employers must make arrangements for employees to attend jury duty. However, there are legitimate reasons ...
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What Is Libel Law?

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The Difference in Open Warrants and Active Warrants

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How Can I Find Out if Someone Has Posted Bond?

Posting bond is a process where someone arrested on criminal charges provides money to the court so he can be released from jail until his court ...

Calculating a Settlement Award for a Rotator Cuff Injury

by: David Carnes

Insurance companies have formulas that they use to calculate the damages they are willing to pay for various injuries, including rotator cuff injuries. Although the companies do not make these formulas public, the closer your settlement offer is to ...
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What Happens at a Permanent Restraining Order Hearing?

by Lindsay Kramer

California Law: Family Educational Records Protection Act

by Dan Ketchum

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