What Happens When You're Accused Of Copyright Infringement

Posted on: 9 May 2016

When you've been charged with copyright infringement, you might initially feel worried about the kind of sentence you might get. After all, you've seen the serious FBI warnings that come before a movie threatening thousands of dollars in fines and years in prison. Here is what you need to know about legal penalties for copyright violations and what you can expect when you've been accused.  Your case probably will probably deal with civil instead of criminal law.
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Is The Seller Required To Return Earnest Money?

Posted on: 14 April 2016

Earnest money is an important part of the home buying process. Unfortunately, if the sale does not go through, it is possible that you could lose your deposit on the home. If your sale fell through, here is what you need to know.  Why Is Earnest Money Lost? Earnest money is essentially a deposit that guarantees the sale of a home will go through. In the event that it does not, the seller could have the legal right to keep the money.
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4 Reasons To Hire An Adoption Attorney

Posted on: 30 March 2016

If you are considering the adoption of a child, it is often best to have legal representation. Here are a few reasons to hire an adoption attorney: Protection from Scams Often, a private adoption may be advertised on the internet or in a local paper communication. The person advertising is assumed to be a parent of a child being placed up for adoption. However, there are instances in which scam artists prey on people who would like to adopt a child.
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Is An Ex Suing You For Verbal Harassment? What To Know

Posted on: 24 March 2016

If you have someone claiming that you have verbally sexually harassed them, either in person or via an electronic device, you want to talk with a lawyer right away. You want to get on top of the problem right away, and come up with your defense.  If you were sending pictures of your private parts or talking in an inappropriate manner, it may be more difficult to get out of the charges.
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