Stone v. Commonwealth (Va.Ct. App. June 2, 2009)
While driving on an interstate, the park police officer observed defendant approach on a motorcycle at a high rate of speed. As defendant passed the officer's vehicle, the officer "tapped" his siren in an attempt to slow defendant down. However, defendant accelerated past the officer at approximately 85 miles per hour. The officer activated his emergency equipment and attempted to stop defendant. When defendant eventually stopped his ...
b>Cabotage and International Operation of Corporate
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Most countries have laws regulating the airspace over their
lands. Each time an aircraft enters a foreign country's
airspace, the aircraft operator must comply with that country's
regulations affecting flight operations and the carriage of
passengers. Particularly with respect to passengers, the
majority of countries have rigid limitations on who may ...
"Out of how many customer-service desks, out of how many registers she could have gone to, and she had to come to me?" It almost sounds like a take off of the Humphrey Bogart line from the movie Casablanca. It isn't. For Michelle McCambridge, the situation was all too real. The Federal Trade Commission estimates that last year 8.4 million people were the victims of identity theft. The good news is that is a decline from previous years where the numbers hovered close to the 10 million mark. ...
b>My Policy Says What?!: Understanding An Aircraft Insurance
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Many states require that owners and/or operators of aircraft
have insurance covering their aircraft and operations. At a
minimum, states usually require third-party liability coverage.
This applies to injuries to third-persons that result from
operation of your aircraft. Additionally, if your aircraft is
pledged as collateral for financing, the lender ...
William Alan Kritsonis, PhD Professor Public School Law & Educational Laws and Policies FAPE INTRODUCTION The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is the law that provides your child with the right to a free, appropriate public education (FAPE). The purpose of the IDEA is "to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free ...
Private investigation is a general name for a wide range of specialized services offered to businesses and individuals. There is an incredibly diverse variety of investigation niches and detectives are available to handle practically any case assignment. While the public knows about the most common types of detective assignments, the average person does not fully appreciate the depth of the investigative professions or the extent to which they work to fulfill the needs of their clientele. ...
White Collar Crimes are defined as non-violent acts committed by
individuals or businesses in the course of daily working
activity. Some of these crimes include embezzlement, bribery,
tax evasion, false advertising and other types of fraud. They
are generally used to obtain money, property or services to gain
advantage in business or in ones personal life.
According to the FBI, white collar crimes cost the United States
more than $300 billion annually. These crimes are considered to
be federal ...
In our firm 's practice trademark registrations which reproduce
well-known trademarks of foreign owners or similar to them meet
The grounds for getting such registrations by unfair players are
quite clear, but it should be kept in mind that according to the
Russian Trademark Law they might be opposed and canceled. We
would like to illustrate the aforesaid with several examples. In
1997 the trademark WHITE &MACKAY was registered in the name of
"FRINO " Ltd.,(Russia)with respect to ...
Did you suffer physical injuries and incurred hospital bills and
other costs, that are the result of the negligence or fault of
another person? Under the personal injury or tort law, you can
file a lawsuit and charge the person for compensation. Indeed!
So, what do you need to understand in filing for personal injury
Personal injury law is the branch of civil law referred to for a
personal injury lawsuit. In personal injury law, the plaintiff
is the victim of an alleged wrong or in ...
In a 2004 study, the Ways and Means Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives reported that, in 2003 alone, almost 10 million Americans had become victims of identity theft. The crime cost consumers about $5 billion out-of-pocket and costs American business around $50 billion. As increasing news reports indicate, identity theft is the crime of the era. It's increasing rapidly. Unfortunately, it's also a difficult crime to catch and prosecute.
In 2003, victims of identity theft spent ...