Local Lawsuit

There are thousands of lawsuits that occur in the United States every day. They can vary from bankruptcy cases to private nuisances. Lawsuits give people an opportunity to recoup for damages from individuals or businesses. This is one of the methods used to resolve problems of opposing parties. Any business or company must have risk management that would be able to prevent actions that may lead to a lawsuit. In order to cope with such cases and prevent them in the future, management should have good knowledge of law, be experienced and communicative. It is necessary, therefore, to find out ess ...

Criminal Law Procedures

There are a number of elements that must be taken into consideration during a crime for it to be called an offense. The elements are the facts that must be proven so that a suspect is convicted for committing a certain crime. Before a judge finds a suspect guilty of a crime that he is being accused of, it is the role of the prosecutor to present substantial evidence required to convict the suspect/defendant. In the case of Eldon, there are many allegations that the suspect can be charged with in a court of law. In this context, Eldon is being suspected of committing a number of crimes, in p ...

Who would give a law to lovers? ~Boethius

“What is love?” Haddaway asked over and over. Love can be defined as the bond between a mother and child, a sexual attraction, or a warm attachment or devotion to something. I personally believe that the meaning of love has been warped from the beginning of time to this very day. The direction of this change, be it positive or negative, is a matter of opinion. Having attended a Catholic school (oops, my bad), I am fully aware that God is said to have created everything, and on the seventh day He created man from the dust of the earth. But man could not thrive by himself, whether Adam knew this ...

The Business Law

This paper looks in to the important legal issues that one should consider when starting a company and the challenges that come with the separate legal issues. In order to bring the clear picture about business law, the paper first discusses the basics on law and goes ahead to describe different categories that business law involves looking into moral aspects. As the paper shows, law is a basic requirement to any society, business included, to bring order in the operations such that whenever these regulations fails to manifest, operations come to a standstill. However, this does not mean law i ...

Law Enforcement Officer

Law enforcement agencies play a vital role in maintaining order in the United States. These agencies recruit officers who have the ability to use their commands restricted in some way and in most cases they are geographical. In the United States each state has one or several law enforcement agencies which execute different tasks. Some of these agencies for example the FBI are known as federal agencies because they operate in many countries assisting in law enforcement activities and countering international crimes like terrorism. Although these federal agencies may not directly enforce laws th ...

Law of Business

This topic guides the relations governing the aspects of business. It consists of the legal provisions that provide frameworks for the determination of disputes concerning business undertakings. In this paper, a discussion on the law guiding and regulating trade patents and trademarks is presented. The case in point involves Marie Nivelle who grew up in Lafayette Parish, Lousiana. She makes hot sauces using a recipe that she learnt from her grandmother. She moved to San Diego in 1951 and in 1953, she started selling bottles of her sauce to the local restaurants and supermarkets, which in turn ...

Law in Business Operations

In general, law will represent the official media that controls a society and it will manifest in to different categories depending on the context in consideration. First, it is important to understand certain terminologies, which generally apply in law, as they will represent different situations as dictated by the context of application. The context in this case is in business law. Although these terminologies do not depend on each other to some extent, they will include the following. First, the common law and the civil law will apply in relation to specific legal organizations. The termino ...

International Business Law

Every World Trade Organization’s (WTO) member country is expected to commit itself into facilitating supplies from organizations based in other member countries. The GATS regulations are aimed at reducing restrictions while trading goods and services in the international market. Nevertheless, there is a possibility that allows the government of any state member to regulate the trading activities that takes place in its jurisdiction. This means that country A is at liberty to regulate the financial conduct of the banks that operate within its territory. Even so, GATS requires the governments to ...

Immigration Law

The law totally negated the intended impact by its sponsors, the congress and the president. They ignored the available statistics and presumed the past will be restored. The legislation was chiefly responsible for the uncontrolled immigration of non refugees in the 20th century into the US. In 1980, they replaced the seventh preference for refugees by a comprehensive legislation which expanded the quotas for refugees. They had an aim of encouraging US citizens to sponsor their other family members as new immigrants. However the plan did not work as presumed. The immigration Act has in big way ...

Criminal Law

Initially, the right to kill someone who intrudes your abode without your own permission derives English Common Law, where the owner of the home is compared with the holder of the castle, where he can administer his own justice. The set of case and statutory laws, which allow an individual to kill someone in the place of residence, is known as the Castle Doctrine. The doctrine, which is incorporated in the various bylaws and case law, is extensively applied in the United States of America and in the countries of the British Commonwealth under this doctrine. An abode of an individual (a home o ...