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Restaurant Expert Witness Says “’Tip Pooling’ is Poor Management”

18th November 2011
Restaurant Expert Witness Says “’Tip Pooling’ is Poor Management” Restaurant Expert, Howard Cannon, of Restaurant Consultants of America, has worked in restaurant operations for more than 24 years, teaching restaurant owners and restaurant managers how... Read >
Author: Restaurant Expert Witness

Maximising Quantum In Personal Injury Cases: A Physio’s Role

05th September 2011
Solicitors and other legal professionals could do a lot worse when trying to find an expert witness than call upon an experienced physio. When it comes to an understanding of the process of rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries, physiotherapists should b... Read >
Author: X-Pro/ Law-Pro

Forensic pathologist salary

01st June 2011
Pathology, in comparison with forensic pathology, describes a specialized part of drugs that’s specialized in the research into ailments. This may be a way of studying completed by owning an autopsy. With the aid of the term forensics to its title, the fu... Read >
Author: Son Wheeler

Steps Involved in the Forensic Accounting Process

05th January 2011
Unearthing financial evidence and analyzing it to support litigation is an important element in numerous civil and criminal cases. Whether the forensic accountant is working on behalf of the prosecution or the defense, it is his/her responsibility to prov... Read >
Author: Steve Johnson

NJ Speeding Ticket Law Update : Court Finds New Jersey Speeding Radar Device Inadmissible And Unreli

13th December 2010
Court Finds NJ Speeding Radar Device Inadmissible and Unreliable Defendant Green was convicted of speeding for driving sixty-three in a forty-five mile per hour zone. Before his trial, he submitted numerous discovery requests to the police department, ... Read >
Author: Kris Slevens

Understanding the concept of a chain of custody is always critical to the use of evidence in a legal

09th November 2010
Understanding the concept of a chain of custody is always critical to the use of evidence in a legal proceeding. As an expert witness, you do not always form a part of the legal ‘chain’. occasionally, you are given access to evidence in a secure facility ... Read >
Author: Judd Robbins

Getting Your Sports Memorabilia Appraised

05th January 2010
When you invest in sports memorabilia, you often don't realize how much the value can climb by the time you choose to sell. Likewise, it could decrease in value as well. Appraisal is a must for the serious sports collector. People have been sorely disa... Read >
Author: Hollis Ware
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