Archive of ‘General Law’ category
In today's world it seems that you need to be able to drive to do just about anything – to get to work; to shop for food; to see your friends; to go out.
But what if you were no longer allowed to drive?
For thousands and thousands of people every year this is the reality – convictions for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) can carry enormous penalties and have a devastating impact on your life.
Driving Under the Influence offences relate not only to alcohol, but also to drugs. The increasing Read more [...]
Over the years, decades rather, numerous securities frauds have been discovered and taken to court. Most of them have been publicized in one way or another, but some have always stood out a little bit more amongst the masses of class action lawsuits. Really, this usually has to do with how many people were made victim to the frauds, the amount of money that was lost and then paid back from the company, and the amount of time that those frauds and false events had been going on for. Let’s take a Read more [...]
The cure for rising health care costs seems unreachable but actually has quite a few options to consider. To start with we should reduce the waste in the U.S. health care system. One third of all tests are inappropriate and just not needed. Also, the increasing costs of new technology is passed on to the patient. Even though this new technology expands the range of possible treatments it must be used efficiently and effectively to impact rising costs. As it is employed now, new technologies have Read more [...]
The evolution of the concept of division of labor can be traced back to the introduction of the factory system during industrial revolution in the 18th century. Since then, the concept of division of labor has become really popular because it is seen to produce better result. Division of labor implies that instead of a single person performing all the tasks, different people specialize in different tasks which yield better and faster result. This concept has become an integral part of our daily life Read more [...]
Moving abroad is an exciting, life-changing adventure that promises many rewards. It can also be a stressful, expensive and frightening mistake. A successful move abroad requires you to consider all the pros and cons and make a responsible plan. Before you get caught up in the romance of living in another country, make sure you have all your bases covered.
Work or permanent visas aren’t as easy to get as you may assume, especially if you don’t have work secured in your target country. Read more [...]
In 1897, George Smith gained the dubious honor of being the first man arrested for driving under the influence after colliding with a building in his London taxicab. Since then, intoxicated motorists have gained access to faster, larger, and far heavier vehicles capable of greater speeds. This is an issue that is not gender specific- it effects us all! To avoid becoming a victim of these irresponsible motorists and to protect their children and other passengers, other drivers must drive defensively.
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