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Parking Ticket Law and Yellow Lines and Signs

02nd November 2010
In the UK parking enforcement is generally by lines and signs shown in streets. Why do I emphasize lines and signs? It's because you cannot have signs which enforce a parking restriction without lines indicating which part of the street the parking limit... Read >
Author: parkingticketexpert

Your Item Is EAR99 or There Is No

13th August 2010
If I had a dime for every time an exporter told me, "we don't need 'export compliance' - our products are EAR99" I'd be retired by now. And if I had a dime for every time I heard "we don't need an export license because there is no "X" in the box for that... Read >
Author: James Anzalone

Social Media: A Guide for Lawyers

07th July 2010
The emergence of social media has made information accessible to people worldwide. As companies in various industries iron out plans to engage in social media, many in the legal field are left wondering: "How can this method of communication benefit me an... Read >
Author: kevincollinslaw

The 2009 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule: The Anti-Markup Rule and IDTF Developments Impacting Diag

06th July 2009
In recent years, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ("CMS") has heavily scrutinized the terms and conditions under which Medicare will pay for diagnostic testing services, resulting in heightened regulatory action targeting certain diagnostic ... Read >
Author: Wachler & Associates

Florida Structured Settlement Factoring Law

03rd September 2008
Florida does have a law which governs the sale and transfer of structured settlement payments. This law has many sections, all containing detailed information which outlines the process of gaining court approval for a structured settlement sale. Get to k... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Is hiring a Kentucky DUI lawyer is Imperative?

04th June 2008
"Kentucky DUI Law: Kentucky uses two theories to find liability in drivers suspected of DUI. The first of these is the per se theory of intoxication. Under the per se rule, any person with a blood alcohol level that exceeds .08% is per se guilty of violat... Read >
Author: andy taylor

IRS Tightens Related Party Rules for 1031 Exchanges

13th July 2005
IRS Tightens Related Party Rules for 1031 Exchanges A recent IRS Ruling will now reduce taxpayer flexibility when they complete a 1031 exchange by buying property from a relative. To be clear, there are two types of exchanges involving relatives. I... Read >
Author: John Roush
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