Federal & White-collar Criminal Defense

White collar crime refers to non-violent crimes in the commercial or business realm, typically committed for unlawful financial gain using some form of deception. These crimes are characterized by deceit, pursuit of monetary gain and violation of trust. The motivation behind most white collar crimes is to obtain or avoid losing money, property, or to secure a personal or business advantage.  While anyone can commit these crimes, they’re often committed

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Family Law

Rights of a Birth Father When a Child Is Adopted Out By Biological Mother Child adoption remains a very sensitive matter in the family law that requires proper handling as well as sober legal guidance. The process should be carried out bearing in mind the rights of both biological parents (loc.gov, 2019). However, many successful adoptions that failed to seek consent of both biological parents have been faulted as an

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Extradition and International Criminal Defense

Fleeing from one country to another upon committing a crime does not necessarily mean a person will evade trial or punishment for the crime committed. States can request for the surrender of an alleged criminal through a process known as extradition. Extradition, in international law, is the surrender of a wanted person for trial from one country to another where the alleged crime occurred. Binding extradition treaties usually exist between

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Civil Litigation

Civil litigation may be a term of art that distinguishes professional Court the non-criminal stream of actions in law. This non-criminal like disputes between the parties and other claims and in form of claiming the damages also include Tort Civil Litigation is term used for the legal disputes that occur between two or more parties for the purpose of getting damages or specific performance instead of criminal sanctions Litigators that are known specialized in civil litigation represents themselves

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Article on Trademark and Patent Laws

Trade Marks Law in Trademarks A trademark is a distinctive sign that identifies certain goods or services as those produced or provided by a specific person or enterprise. A trademark uniquely identifies the source of the product. Companies trademark brand names and then advertise to build familiarity with that name. Steve Steinhilber, Strategic Alliances (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 2008), 98. Consumers come to trust the name and look for other products by that

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