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Mortgage Litigation Rises (Popularity: )
A surge in legal actions tied to foreclosures and investors-related cases helped push the Mortgage Litigation Index to an all-time high during the first quarter. Criminal cases more than doubled and mortgage insurance is emerging as an area of growing litigation.Active cases from Jan. 1st to March 31st totaled 155, according to the report, which reflects litigation covered by MortgageDaily.com and is prepared in conjunction with Patton Boggs LLP, a ...

Construction Dispute Resolution Company "Contract Dispute Solutions" Launch Partnership Programme (Popularity: )
The construction and development sector of the UK and Global economy offers high value earning market opportunities in terms of both dispute resolution and dispute avoidance but many organisations are not positioned to maximise the opportunities.The main advantages of creating a strategic partnership with Contract Dispute Solutions www.contractdisputesolutions.co.uk include:•Added service provision to satisfy client's objectives. •Little, if any, investment risk. •Little, if any, overheads. •Client Base protected. •Construction and development ...

When Are Illegal Judicial Payments Bribes? High Courts to Decide (Popularity: )
A nine-minute news video features two public interest attorneys whose long legal battles against California court corruption have finally reached the highest courts in the land, disclosing their prospects for victory in their two separate cases. Watch here: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Blogs/86.php LA COUNTY WINS ALL BUT 3 CASES IN COURT Both cases involve illegal payments made by the County of Los Angeles to State Judges which in court documents have been referred ...

Time for International Community to Act on Thai Political Crisis, Says Thaksin Lawyer (Popularity: )
Robert Amsterdam, a lawyer acting on behalf of the former Prime Minister of Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra, calls upon the international community to respond to the Thai government's violent crackdown on protestors in Bangkok.According to recent media reports, at least 17 people are confirmed dead and 140 injured, many seriously, after the Thai military opened fire with live ammunition on red shirt protesters in the centre of Bangkok yesterday. Three foreigners ...

National Post Responds to Supreme Court Ruling (Popularity: )
TORONTO--Today The Supreme Court of Canada released a landmark ruling about whether it is in the public interest for reporters to have a "blanket right" to protect confidential sources. By an 8-1 margin, the Supreme Court ruled that The Canadian media has neither a blanket nor a constitutional right to shield their secret sources. "While we are disappointed with some aspects of today's ruling the bright spot is in the ...

NAACP Legal Defense Fund Commends Stevens' Legacy at the Supreme Court (Popularity: )
The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF) wishes to commend Justice Stevens upon the announcement of his retirement from the Supreme Court at the end of this term. "Justice Stevens' decades on the Court will be recorded in history as one of the most remarkable legacies in recent years. Justice Stevens is known as a stalwart in his protection of civil rights and civil liberties. For racial minorities and ...

Washington Wizard's Player Gilbert Arenas Sentenced in Illegal Gun Possession Case (Popularity: )
Gilbert Arenas, a 28-year-old member of the NBA's Washington Wizards, was sentenced today in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia to an 18-month suspended prison term and placed on two years of probation for a felony charge of Carrying a Pistol Without a License, announced U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen Jr. and Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) Chief Cathy L. Lanier. Arenas received the sentence this afternoon before Judge ...

Amnesty International Outraged at President Obama's Possible Flip Flop on Detainee Trials (Popularity: )
Larry Cox, Amnesty International USA executive director, issued the following statement in response to news reports that the Obama administration is considering to try 9/11 detainees in military commissions after stating that the men would be tried in federal courts. A final decision is expected within the next two weeks:"Hope and change will not rectify the damage today to the United States' international reputation. Change requires more than hope; it ...

Justice Department and FBI Announce Formal Conclusion of Investigation into 2001 Anthrax Attacks (Popularity: )
The Justice Department, FBI and U.S. Postal Inspection Service today announced that the investigation into the 2001 anthrax attacks, which killed five individuals and sickened 17 others, has formally concluded.Earlier today, representatives of the FBI and Justice Department provided a 92-page investigative summary along with attachments to victims of the attacks, relatives of the victims and appropriate committees of Congress. This document sets forth a summary of the evidence developed ...

Judge Orders 'Virtual Visitation' for Father & Son Based on New Law (Popularity: )
Cook County Judge Michael Panter utilized Fathers' Rights Attorney Jeffery Leving's new Virtual Visitation Law by awarding Leving's client internet "web visitation" yesterday. This Las Vegas father will now enjoy video conferencing with his infant Chicago son twice weekly. This virtual visitation supplements the father's "in-person" visitation as ordered by the court.Attorney Jeffery Leving (http://dadsrights.com), who co-authored the Illinois Virtual Visitation Law, which just went into effect this new year ...