Mis-Sold Diesel Mercedes Vehicles Could Fetch £10,000 in Compensation…

by Legal Author May 22, 2020 Law

Mercedes Diesel Emissions Compensation – The Background The German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) found that Mercedes installed ‘defeat software’ in some diesel engines that limited emissions readings during testing misrepresenting the actual emissions during ‘real-world’ driving. The nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions of the engines as a result did not comply with EU regulatory requirements.  The software, it is […]

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More than 95% of children reported missing in Spain are children of foreign nationals

by Legal Author May 20, 2020 Law

A report by Spain’s National Centre of Missing Persons of the Secretary of State for Security, part of the Ministry of Interior, has revealed that almost all children reported missing in Spain are of non-Spanish nationality. The data is drawn from the Missing People database and Unidentified Individuals and Human Remains (PDyRH) and the Crime […]

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COVID-19 Restrictions: Migrants Still Facing Uncertainty

by Legal Author May 17, 2020 Law

As UK residents enter a new week of ‘lockdown’ (closely following in the footsteps of Spain, France and Italy) many are feeling anxious and uncertain about how their lives will be continued to be impacted by national and global efforts to stem the spread of the Coronavirus. While the pandemic is raising unanswered questions about […]

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How AI Could Transform the Legal Sector

by Legal Author March 25, 2020 Law

While binge-watching Suits on Netflix, the award-winning legal drama that sadly turns into a soap opera throughout season 5, I had a sudden thought – Rachel and Mike would never have started dating if Suits took place only a few years from now. That’s because Rachel, as a paralegal, would likely not even have a […]

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Climate Change Laws Around the World

by Legal Author March 8, 2020 Law

What are some of the key climate change laws around the world? This new post, published in advance of our upcoming launch of our new site ‘Climate Change Blawg‘ (read more at the end of this post), covers some of the main international climate change laws from China, the EU, Russia, the US and beyond. […]

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Why lease agreements must properly define ‘rent’ or ‘additional rent’ in commercial leases: a case study

by Bruce Loren January 15, 2020 Law

Commercial leasing practical insights, based on law in Florida and generally. Obviously, every commercial lease agreement must specify the amount of rent to be paid by the tenant to the landlord. However, there are often many additional sums that a tenant is required to pay its landlord pursuant to the lease agreement.  In a typical […]

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What Workers’ Compensation Benefits Cover?

by Legal Author November 28, 2019 Accident Claims

Processing your work comp claims will be easier and more convenient if you hired an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer to help you handle matters. This will even be more important immediately after you were badly injured in a work-related accident or have fallen seriously ill because of poor work conditions. The workers’ comp lawyer will […]

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Death and No-Fault Car Insurance

by Legal Author September 24, 2019 Car Accidents

One of the worst things imaginable is for your loved one to die because of someone’s negligence. This often happens in fatal car accidents. The other driver fails to obey traffic laws and the result is the death of your loved one. According to New Jersey’s “no-fault” insurance system, the insurance company, or insurer, automatically […]

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Bankruptcy: Pros in Filing Chapter 11

by Legal Author September 2, 2019 Finance

When you’re debt went heavy and you can’t seem to resolve it, your first step is to file for a bankruptcy case. If you do so, especially if you own a partnership or corporation, you may want to check out Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. What would you gain if you file for a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy […]

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Personal Injury Law: Defining Compensatory Damages and What It Entails

by Steve Roberts August 24, 2019 Personal Injury

New post regarding definition of compensatory damages for personal injury and what it entails (based on law in the US).  When people are considering filing a personal injury lawsuit, one of the first questions that they ask is how much they can receive in compensation for their injuries. In order to know how large the […]

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