November 17, 2009

States Provide Benefits to Veterans

Massachusetts, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and South Dakota have special programs that provide benefits directly to Veterans. These benefits are in addition to benefits offered by the […]
November 16, 2009

Iraq Supply Thefts Net Former Officer Up to 97 Months in Prison

Robert Young, 57, a former captain in the U.S. Army, was sentenced today to 97 months in prison for his participation in a scheme to steal […]
November 13, 2009

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November 12, 2009

Small Business Tips – Mediation as an Alternative to the Cost and Expense of Litigation

Certainly, alternative dispute resolution is not a new concept in the realm of law.  Many small business owners are aware of the different forms of alternative […]
November 5, 2009

National Guardsman Wins Lawsuit Against Nevada Employer for USERRA Violation

The Justice Department announced October 28, 2009  that it reached a settlement to resolve its suit filed on behalf of former Utah Army National Guardsman and […]
November 3, 2009

First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Extension

Recently, Senators agreed to extend the first time homebuyers tax credit and offer a reduced credit to some repeat homebuyers. The tax credit provides up to […]
November 2, 2009

Things You Need To Know When Filing A Workers’ Compensation Claim

If you sustain an injury during the course and scope of your employment there are procedures that you must follow to insure your injuries and time off work […]
October 30, 2009

Valley Hospital v. Garner

NC-DSH, Inc. d/b/a/ Valley Hospital v. Garner 125 Nevada Advanced Opinion Number 50 On October 29, 2009, the Nevada Supreme Court unanimously made a ruling in […]
October 30, 2009

Bankruptcy Court Finds IRS Form 1099-C Does Not Prevent Collection of Debt

A bankruptcy court in Pennsylvania recently ruled on an issue that has been a frequent source of confusion to those working with short sales.  The issue […]