Top tips on written advocacy, (from an ex-Home Office employee)

Top tips on written advocacy, (from an ex-Home Office employee)

Now I’m going to share with you something special. [piano and sax music] so I’ve just been in St Paul’s [London] for a really productive and creative meeting and now I want to give you a very quick video. Someone reached out to me recently on LinkedIn who had something to say about my work.

The LegalShield Small Business Plan 10/50/100

The LegalShield Small Business Plan 10/50/100

hello from LegalShield we believe every business including yours deserves legal protection but first things first what is legal protection and why should you want it for your small business quite simply a legal protection plan gives you access to knowledgeable experienced attorneys and an established law firm for a low monthly fee having access

Possession Day (Of Your New Home) Part 1 by Kahane Law Office

Possession Day (Of Your New Home) Part 1 by Kahane Law Office

[intro music] What happens when you move into your new home, and there’s damage in the property? The general rule in these situations is that when you discover property damage that’s occurred in the home, it depends on when that damage happened. If the damage occurred before you signed the purchase contract, it’s not anyone’s

Was Your Home or Business Damaged By Rock Quarry Blasting? | BlastingLawsuit.com

Was Your Home or Business Damaged By Rock Quarry Blasting? | BlastingLawsuit.com

If you live near a rock quarry, it may feel like there are bombs going off right underneath your feet. Limestone blasting can crack walls, floors, break windows, and shake the foundation. Worst of all, many insurance companies refuse to cover these damages. If your home or business has been damaged by limestone blasting and

Home, business owners wil face stiffer penalties over noise violations, blight

Home, business owners wil face stiffer penalties over noise violations, blight

WDSU REPORTER TRAVERS MACKEL JOINS US LIVE IN THE STUDIO WITH MORE ON THIS NEW LAW. TRAVERS? THAT’S RIGHT – ANYONE CITED IN NEW ORLEANS FOR VIOLATING BLIGHT LAWS OR NOISE LAWS WHO DOESN’T PAY THE FINE CAN NOW FACE A STIFFER PENALTY. GOVERNOR JINDAL TODAY SIGNED INTO LAW HOUSE BILL 789 PUT FORTH BY