Recent Law Articles
Bankruptcy: a concise guide
Bankruptcy is one method of getting out of debt. It is a court order that transfers responsibility for dealing with creditors to the Official Receiver, who also takes control of the debtor's money and assets and distributes them fairly to all their creditors. Bankruptcy and Your Business
Bankruptcy for your business can be a traumatic event. However, it can become necessary, and at a certain point there is a need to move on in your economic life, just like it can become necessary in your personal life. What Is A Law Office Firm?
A law office, or law firm, is a business owned and operated by one or more lawyers. Typical law offices are unique in that they only offer stock to lawyers, so that it's not usually possible for them to produce large amounts of capital at short notice Law Offices of All Shapes and Sizes
Law offices are a kind of institution of law, and they exist all around the world and United States. In general there are two basic types of lawyers employed by law firms: partners and associates. Most are run by partners, who own the company. How To Get Help With Medical Malpractice
Medical malpractice is a category of personal injury law. A personal injury occurs when the actions or negligence of another causes injury to your person, property, reputation or rights. Lawyers & How They Negotiate Personal Injury Settlements
If you have recently been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, you may find yourself in a sea of lawyers without knowing which one to choose. After being injured, many individuals turn to lawyers for help in protecting their rights and helping to ensure they are fairly compensated for lost wages, medical bills and pain and suffering. Buying Out Minority Shareholders under the Companies Act 1985
An article on minority shareholder rights and forcing a sale of minority shares using sections 459 and 461 of the Companies Act 1985 Do I Buy The Assets Or The Shares In The Company I Want To Buy ('The Target')
Practical and legal tips about whether to buy a company's shares or its assets when buying a business Medical Malpractice Law: An Overview
Medical malpractice law is a branch of personal injury law that deals with pain and suffering coming as a result of gross mistakes, negligence or bad judgment on the part of a doctor, hospital or other care provider. Medical Malpractice Cases: Trends and Insights
An incidence of medical malpractice can be a difficult matter to prove. Recent statistics indicate that almost two-thirds of all cases result in victory for the defendant. The attorney is required to prove both negligence on the part of the caregiver, and damage or loss as a result of this negligence.