If you are considering filing a case under lemon law, you first must have an automobile that is considered to be a “lemon”. This can be generally defined as a car with mechanical problems that result in excess loss of usability of the vehicle. If you have submitted the proper paperwork and notified the dealer or manufacturer, and they were unable to fix the issue, refund your money, or replace the vehicle, then you may file a lawsuit. Depending on the state you are located in the procedure for filing a suit will vary slightly. Continue reading 5 Important New Updates for Filing a Lemon Law Case
No legal action yet, but you can bet political careers are about to end, and the CRTC, Canada’s telecommunications department, will lose in the latest attempt by the telecommunications oligopoly in Canada.
Because people are starting to rent less DVDs, watch less TV, and increasing their bandwidth use to watch online movies, TV, youtubes, the big companies want their billions in revenue through a different means. Continue reading Stop Metered Internet in Canada
Seems as though the rules have changed if you’re a nerd in Idaho. The number of schools who can participate in a program that will permit students who graduate early access to scholarships. before there was a cap on the number of schools that could participate per district. Because the low number of participating schools lawmakers have eliminated that rule. So you can now, if you have smart students in your school, participate in a program that will permit advanced students a chance to get a chunk of change for their college years.
No word on how many schools have these types of studious teens….
Coming up to a newstand near you will be the heated debate on data.
You know the stuff, data in your cell phone, bandwidth for your internet.
There are two major issues coming to the forefront.
The first has to do with erroneous billing practices by ATT . Continue reading Metered Data is a HUGE legal issue
Law is a funny business. When you apply to go to law school you honestly get the whole kit and kaboodle. Any tool, clown, and wise ass can apply and succeed in graduating. Of course, this leaves a massive range of expertise when it comes to lawyers. Some have wimpy liberal arts degrees that are only revealed as the mysterious “BA”. Others are legitimate (well maybe not legit, but a bit more interesting than philosophy or English Lit). I’m talking about the difference between the economist, the finance major, or the health sciences grad–not wait, scratch the last one. Continue reading The Before and After: What Designation Were you Before law?
When I’m browsing through the blog land, or some Q&A forums online, why are 50% of the questions about legalizing marijuana? First off, how can a stoner coherently figure out how to post on an online forum? Secondly, what’s with the volume? Have I missed the marijuana boat? And since when has this become one of the top legal issues to trend on the web?
I looked a bit closer into the phenomenon and noted some trends, take what you wish from the data. Continue reading Why Just About Mary J?
Oh what I wouldn’t do to be a BP lawyer right now. Conversely, what I wouldn’t do to be anybody taking them to court. If you pick any classic Oil Giant vs. Little Guy battle you’ll find a recognizable trend: these babies drag out for EVER. You can pretty much guarantee your mortgage payments for the next 15 years, maybe even 25. The only caveat to the BP disaster is that the spill pissed off people with TV. You can rape rural Ecuador for their oil, but if you do it in the place where TV cameras roll then you’re screwed. Continue reading BP Lawyers Licking Chops