Category Archives: Articles

Commercial Litigation Charging Orders in the UK

By | June 22, 2016

A charging order is a way of securing a judgement debt of the court, by placing a charge over a judgement debtor’s interest in land, or certain other assets. The court’s power to make a charging order over a judgement debtor’s property and assets is contained in the Charging Orders Act 1979.

Common Psychological Challenges in a Jury Trial

By | June 22, 2016

Successful attorneys are faced with much more than simply proving the facts of their case. Since the ultimate goal in jury trials is to convince jurors that your client is either innocent, or the defense’s client is guilty, there are psychological factors that must be considered to win the battle of persuasion. Here, we are going to discuss… Read More »

How Bad Is The Recent Frozen Food Recall?

By | June 21, 2016

If you’ve been looking for an excuse to clean out your freezer, now is a good time. A major producer of frozen fruits and vegetables has issued a voluntary recall of more than 40 brands and 300 products, and the list just keeps growing.

New Federal Recordkeeping Requirements for Workplace Injuries/Illnesses  

By | June 20, 2016

OSHA is ramping up its rules to bring injury data collection into the 21st century. The new rules are intended to apply insights of behavioral economics to improve workplace safety and to better avoid workplace injuries and illnesses. The new regulation will require more than 400,000 employers with 20 to 249 employees in high-risk industries and 34,000 workplaces… Read More »

Interstate Construction Work Zone Hazards and Road Safety

By | June 20, 2016

When you drive somewhere you’ve never been, you can’t help but notice that huge gnarled tree, or that grossly dilapidated building, or that road sign missing those vital strips of reflective tape. However, after you’ve driven that route a bunch of times, those once atypical items don’t even register in your consciousness anymore. The same thing happens with… Read More »

4 Critical Essentials to Prove Negligence in a Personal Injury Claim

By | June 20, 2016

More often than not, accident and injury cases entail that the matter of establishing fault that centers around the legal concept of ‘negligence’ and on the four crucial elements of negligence claim. Upon proving such a claim, the plaintiff becomes eligible for receiving compensation from the defendant (the party responsible for the negligence) and/or their insurance company. 

Summer Water Safety at the Shore and Beyond

By | June 17, 2016

It’s that time of year! As the temperature increases, so does our desire to flock to the water, in all its forms. Some people gather around pools, some take to the beach and some pack up their boats and head out on the open water.  For many of us in New Jersey, that means heading to the Jersey… Read More »

Four Tips to Ensure That Your Teen Learns the Right Driving Skills and Stays Safe on The Road

By | June 14, 2016

Safe teen driving will ensure that thousands of youngsters do not lose their lives in mindless crashes, which occur with sickening regularity every year. Each life lost on the road is not merely a statistic, but is a traumatic blow to the loved ones who have to live with the tragedy, and remember the loss every day.

Why or Why Not Change Your Name After a California Divorce?

By | June 9, 2016

For many people, restoring their maiden names or former names after a divorce can bring a sense of peace and closure. Others, however, prefer to keep their married names for a variety of reasons. There is no right or wrong answer. Changing your name is your choice, and you should do what makes you happy. In California, the… Read More »

Saving Your Marriage: Seven Tips to Help When You Think It’s Over

By | June 8, 2016

Fixing a broken marriage isn’t easy, and if you really want to work things out with your spouse, you’ll obviously have to put in some effort. If you’ve come to a point where you think that it’s over between the two of you, you’ve come to the right place! Read on for seven tips to help you save… Read More »