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February 23, 2024

Don’t Miss the Game: Understanding the Clock on Sports Injury Claims

Hey there, fellow sports enthusiasts! We’re diving into a topic that might not be as thrilling as a buzzer-beater shot or a game-winning goal, but trust me, it’s just as crucial. We’re talking about the statute of limitations for sports injury claims, and why timing is absolutely critical in this …

February 23, 2024

When Gear Goes Haywire: Holding Manufacturers Accountable for Sports Injuries

Hey folks, today we’re talking about a not-so-fun aspect of sports: equipment failure. Yep, it’s that moment when your gear decides to betray you and sends you tumbling. But fear not, because we’re also diving into how you can hold the manufacturers accountable when things go south. Imagine this: you’re …

February 23, 2024

Stark & Stark Managing Shareholder Michael Donahue, Esq. Selected by the New Jersey Association for Justice (NJAJ) as a 2024 Gold Medal for Distinguished Service Recipient

Stark & Stark is proud to congratulate Managing Shareholder Michael G. Donahue, Esq. for being selected by the New Jersey Association for Justice as the 2024 recipient of the Gold Medal for Distinguished Service*. Michael oversees the day-to-day operations and long-term strategic planning of Stark & Stark. He specializes in …

February 23, 2024

Attorney’s Fees in Florida Divorce: A Closer Look at Rosen v. Rosen (Parastoo Majd)

Navigating a divorce can be emotionally and financially challenging, and understanding the implications of attorney’s fees is a crucial aspect of the process. In Florida, the landscape of attorney’s fees in divorce cases has seen notable developments, with the landmark case of Rosen v. Rosen shedding light on important considerations. …

February 22, 2024

Commercial Foreclosures in Pennsylvania: How Deal Formation Impacts Litigation

The fact that commercial transactions can very easily become complex is not a novel statement. When financial institutions lend money to commercial entities, the basic documentation required to evidence the loan, promise to repay, and perfect security interests in any collateral is a measurable amount of paperwork. When the specifics …

February 20, 2024

Don’t Let Your LLC Expire: LLC Owners Should Check Formation Documents to Confirm Perpetual Duration

When the New Jersey Limited Liability Company Act originally went into effect in January 1994, the Internal Revenue Service required that a limited liability company have at least a majority of the characteristics of a partnership in order to be taxed as a partnership rather than a corporation. The IRS …

February 19, 2024

When Can White Collar Crimes Lead to State or Federal Charges?

White collar crimes generally consist of non-violent offenses that are committed in business or professional settings. These offenses may involve deceit, fraud, or illegal financial transactions for personal gain. Depending on the circumstances of a case, white collar crimes may be prosecuted at either the state or federal level. Understanding …

February 19, 2024

The Impact of Overuse Injuries in Basketball: Tips for Injury Prevention

In the fast-paced world of basketball, where athletes constantly push their physical limits, the prevalence of overuse injuries is a formidable challenge. These injuries, often stemming from repetitive stress on specific body parts, can significantly impact a player’s performance and longevity on the court. In this feature, we delve into …

February 18, 2024

The Digital Footprint: Real-Life Scenarios Where Digital Evidence Can Be Incriminating (Moisant Law Firm)

Incriminating Digital Evidence In the digital era, our online actions and digital traces can often become critical pieces of evidence in criminal cases. As a criminal lawyer, I have witnessed firsthand how digital evidence can turn the tide in legal proceedings. This blog post will explore real-life scenarios …

February 18, 2024

If I am Guilty, Do I Tell My Lawyer the Truth?(Moisant Law Firm)

Navigating the legal landscape in the New Orleans and Metairie area can be complex, especially when faced with criminal allegations. A pressing question many people who are facing criminal charges grapple with is, “Do I need to be completely honest with my lawyer, even if I might be …

February 16, 2024

8 Beasley Allen Attorneys Named To 2024 Georgia Super Lawyers, Rising Stars

Eight attorneys from Beasley Allen Law Firm’s Atlanta office have been named to the 2024 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists for their outstanding achievements and peer recognition. Managing Attorney Chris Glover was recognized for the 10th time on the list. Three other attorneys from the office were also …

February 16, 2024

Proposed AML Suspicious Activity Rule

On February 13, 2024, the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) proposed a rule to combat criminals and foreign adversaries from exploiting the U.S. financial system through investment advisers (the “FinCEN Rule”). The FinCEN Rule will add system transparency and help law enforcement identify risks from anonymous …

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