Most of the consumer protection laws are made so that businesses and companies are incapable of committing fraud or certain specified unfair practices in order for themselves to gain a lead over their competitors, and also so that they or are incapable of misleading their consumers. This write-up is a summation of one of such laws as applied in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
As of the end of 2020, one of the most discussed aspects of the U.S. immigration regime is a policy known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA. DACA was implemented in 2012 under the Obama administration, and the formal law stemmed from the DREAM Act, which had been proposed then, and on several other occasions, since 2001 but has yet to be passed through both houses of Congress, as of the authorship of this article.
People often confuse or completely negate the different classifications of medical wrongdoing. An assumption exists within our society that all instances of such behavior constitutes medical malpractice, and yet such is only one avenue a plaintiff may pursue in hopes of recovery. Another, and often interrelated, classification is that of medical negligence. This blog hopes to highlight the main differences between the two legal theories, while concluding with a strong emphasis on seeking the advice of counsel before making a…
Employment visas are a popular route for American companies to bring in talented and experienced employees from other countries. In this blog, I will discuss the EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3 visas in terms of how a person qualifies for each visa, as well as the process of obtaining each visa.