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  • How to Obtain an O-1 Visa as an Entrepreneur
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    How to Obtain an O-1 Visa as an Entrepreneur

    When someone becomes an expert in their field, they want to go bigger. The world still views the United States as the land of opportunities. In fact, the U.S. welcomes innovation and highly skilled individuals. But to get anywhere, it is important to first get a visa. The United States has unlimited types of visas […] More

  • Fraud – Continuing to Pull Back the Curtain on Federal Relief Abuses
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    Fraud – Continuing to Pull Back the Curtain on Federal Relief Abuses

    The last two years saw one of the biggest frauds in U.S history. Recording a theft of more than $80 billion dollars intended to help those affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Almost 10 percent of the 800 billion dollar fund given out for the Paycheck Protection Program or PPP under the COVID relief plan was […] More

  • Differences between Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases
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    Differences between Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases

    An unfortunate incident such as an accident that causes injury or even results in the death of a person. This can leave the victims involved very confused regarding what their legal rights are after such an incident. The defendant or defendants might be liable. Therefore requiring them to pay a certain amount of money for […] More

  • Collaborative Divorce for High Net-Worth Families
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    Collaborative Divorce for High Net-Worth Families

    What Is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative divorce is a relatively new method of handling divorce in a cooperative and non-confrontational style. Making the process more amicable and allowing the couple to retain more wealth for themselves, their kids, and their charities. Divorce can get unpleasant and ugly very fast. Emotions are high, especially when involving children. […] More

  • Vicarious Liability in Florida Motorcycle Accidents
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    Vicarious Liability in Florida Motorcycle Accidents

    After having a traffic accident, the last thing to cross your mind would be if the driver in the offender’s car was on the job. If the driver had been driving a company vehicle or was on the job. Then they can hold the company liable for the damages caused and not only the driver. […] More

  • New Guidance on E and L Spouse Work Authorization as List C Document
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    New Guidance on E and L Spouse Work Authorization as List C Document

    When completing Form I-9, businesses should follow new instructions from USCIS on considering the work permit of certain E and L spouses. After receiving an I-797 approval notification from the U.S. government. Then spouses of E and L visa holders can utilize that letter for work authorization. On March 18, 2022, the USCIS issued new […] More

  • Product Liability: Can E-commerce Shops Be Liable for Defective, Dangerous Products?

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    Product Liability: Are E-commerce Shops Liable for Defective Products?

    Product liability has faded from the headlines. But we should still address the issue. Businesses in various sectors face a significant financial burden from liability insurance costs. Just last year, authorities signed a bill to reduce liability into law. According to classic legal principles, some American courts are also going toward criteria that raise accountability. […] More

  • Developments in State Taxation and Incentives for Crypto Mining
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    State Taxation and Incentives for Crypto Mining

    Crypto mining has become one of many recent technological advancements due to the cryptocurrency boom. Numerous governments have taken the lead in encouraging these enterprises from a tax and regulatory viewpoint. Many governments are grappling with new concerns related to crypto mining. And this article will focus on how a state may encourage the establishment […] More

  • Non-competition Clauses and Collaborative Divorce
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    Non-competition Clauses and Collaborative Divorce

    Divorce may be a tiring and perplexing experience. Divorces frequently include the use of court dates, attorneys, and a significant amount of time and money. If you and your spouse cannot agree on anything. Then you will need an attorney and a court to help you agree. On the other side, some people are able […] More

  • Rubbernecking Can Cause Serious Car Accidents

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    Rubbernecking Can Cause Serious Car Accidents

    Using a cell phone, reaching for a fallen item, and eating in the car while driving is all examples of distracted driving. Rubbernecking, one of the deadliest kinds of distracted driving, is an often-overlooked cause of distracted driving. A casual peek at the traffic chaos on the side of the road may quickly transform into […] More

  • Why Is the NVC Taking So Long to Process Cases?
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    Why Is the NVC Taking So Long to Process Cases?

    What Is the NVC (National Visa Center)? The NVC processes immigration applications accepted by the U.S. immigration and citizenship services, including the one sponsored by families and employers. The National Visa Center (commonly known as NVC), is a government entity. Immigrant visa applications are first authorized by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and […] More

  • Estate Planning for Families with Children
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    Estate Planning for Families with Children

    It is common for people to assume that an estate plan is not essential until they have a considerable fortune. If you have a minor child, you must have an estate plan, irrespective of the size of your estate assets. Since your child is your most important asset. According to a recent study, only 36 […] More

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