Writers and composers will sometimes send themselves copies of their own work through the mail and then leave the envelopes unopened. The idea is that the envelopes could be opened in court to "prove" that they were the originators of the work, thus securing their intellectual property rights. This is a pervasive myth that could end up costing you the rights to your own work if you fall for it. Here's what you should know.
After years of watching divorces play out in the media, many people have unrealistic expectations of divorce. If you are one of those people, you could miss out on a decent ending to your marriage. To help you navigate the family court and divorce process easier, here are some avoidable mistakes people make based on their faulty expectations. Not Being Open With Your Attorney More than anyone else involved in your divorce, your attorney is the person with whom you should be open about everything.
Apart from evidence, eyewitness accounts are some of the things lawyers use to prove fault in accident cases. However, for a witness' testimony to be accepted, it must be credible. This means that his or her account of the accident must be believable. The court may not consider your witness' testimony as credible if he or she: Is Inconsistent with His or Her Testimony A credible witness must give the same testimony at all stages of the case.
Although the number of pregnancy discrimination cases has been steadily rising, around 60 percent of claimants lose their cases each year. Regrettably, like many gender-based discrimination cases, proving an employer denied you a job, promotion, or other benefits because of your pregnancy can be exceedingly difficult. Here are a couple of the challenges that you'll need to overcome if you hope to win your lawsuit. The Discrimination Is Subtle Very rarely is pregnancy discrimination overt.
Finding yourself in a situation where you need the services of a medical malpractice attorney can be one of the most difficult and stressful times of your life. However, rather than allowing this stress to run away with you and put you in a position where your rights continue to be violated, it's important that you take every step possible to guarantee the security of your future. Below, you'll find a guide to some questions that you should be sure to ask your medical malpractice attorney.