Legal and Law News - Page 11

Page 11 of Legal and Law News issued by the Send2Press® Newswire service.



Pro-plaintiff Firm Empowers Clients in Pending Lawsuits to Pursue Cases to Attain Maximum Financial Settlements

LAS VEGAS, NV – May 31 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE)– Plaintiffs in pending lawsuits, who need cash now, may be able to quickly cash in and get some financial relief. Crown Financial Services, based in Las Vegas, is in the business of providing emergency cash to plaintiffs in lawsuits. For example, if someone has been injured and is suing the responsible party for their injuries, they may need money for living expenses before the case is settled; emergency cash is now available.

Is Another Hurricane Katrina Coming? New Survey Shows Floridians Grossly Unprepared for Hurricane Season

PENSACOLA, FL – May 22 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Despite being in the epicenter of hurricane activity, Floridians continue to roll the dice on hurricane insurance. Attorney Samuel Bearman finds that an alarming number of Florida residents do not have adequate insurance coverage, should a major hurricane hit the state.

Federal Court Issues a Prompt Trial Date in Skyline’s Patent Case Against Google Earth

SKYLINE, VA – Apr. 4 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In a patent infringement case asserted against Google Earth (Google’s 3D mapping software) a federal court judge in Massachusetts has issued an expedited discovery and trial schedule in response to plaintiff Skyline Software Systems’ request for a preliminary injunction. The court has not yet ruled on the motion, but issued a claim construction determination and gave Skyline a prompt trial date – usually a strong indication that the court views the claims of patent infringement as having real substance.

Arizona Judicial Reform – Dedicated to Justice for All

PHOENIX, AZ – Mar. 13 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Arizona based ARIZONA JUDICIAL REFORM (azjudicialreform.org) affirms judicial corruption is deeply rooted within the Arizona Courts. The group is in the process of pressing forward a voter initiative to remove immunity for Arizona Judges, and possibly limiting their terms to four years.

Parties Announce $4.45 Million Settlement of Overtime and Other Wage and Hour Claims for New York Employees of Service Corp. International Affiliates

NEW YORK, NY – Feb. 21 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Law Office of Richard T. Seymour, P.L.L.C. and The Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Firm, LLP, counsel for a class of present and former employees of Service Corp. International affiliates, and Baker & Hostetler LLP, counsel for Service Corp. International, and its affiliates, are today announcing a settlement in Sines et al. v. Service Corp. International (SCI), et al., a case in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Corinthian Colleges Reports Favorable Arbitration Award in Satz Case – Arbitrator Finds in Favor of Company on All Counts

SANTA ANA, CA – Jan. 23 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — [Original release date July 11, 2005] — Corinthian Colleges, Inc. (NASDAQ: COCO) has received a favorable arbitration award in the case of Satz vs. Rhodes Colleges, Inc., Corinthian Colleges, Inc., and Florida Metropolitan University. Satz asserted claims on his own behalf and a putative class of similarly situated current and former students in the Company’s Florida Metropolitan University (‘FMU’) campuses in Florida and online.

Florida Lawyer Advises Home, Business Owners: ‘Do This if You’ve Filed a Hurricane Wilma Claim With Your Insurance Company and They’re Not Treating You Fairly’

HOLLYWOOD, FL – Dec. 1 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Longtime South Florida resident, Edward Zebersky, Esq., is giving back to his hurricane-beaten community in the best way he knows how – offering residents free legal advice on the best way to handle their Hurricane Wilma insurance claims.

Los Angeles Attorneys Cite Failure to Plan as Primary Reason for the Nightmare of Conservatorship

LOS ANGELES, CA – Nov. 21 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Los Angeles Times ‘Guardian for Profit’ series of articles last week valiantly exposed the unconscionable misery and monetary loss suffered by the old and ill in the “care” of conservators in California. State legislators should take immediate action to regulate conservators and enforce existing laws applicable to our local counties and courts. ‘However, many of the victims in the articles could have avoided the situation by taking personal responsibility through the advanced preparation of appropriate legal documents,’ advises Caprice L. Collins of the Collins Law Group, a Los Angeles area attorney whose practice emphasizes Estate Planning and Elder Law.

National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys Enters into Strategic Alliance with America’s Leading Long Term Care Insurance Brokerage

KIRKLAND, Wash. – August 10 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LTC Financial Partners LLC, the only national, agent-owned long term care insurance brokerage in the U.S., today announced a strategic alliance with the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys. The arrangement will, in effect, make it easier for the lawyers to save their clients money. ‘They see the strong connection between health insurance and wealth assurance,’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial

Leading Document Preparation Service Launches New Innovative Low Cost Expungement-by-Mail Service Seeking to Clear Criminal Records Nationwide

EAST ORANGE, NJ – May 27 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Clear Your Record! (A Document Preparation Service), established in 1994, and a unit of Speller Enterprises announced today the launching of a new ‘revamped’ low-cost expungement by mail service for people who cannot afford to retain an expensive attorney to clear their records of criminal charges.

Class Action Suits Filed Against Insurance Giants For Non-Payment of Hurricane Claims

PENSACOLA, Fla. – May 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Four Florida homeowners, who suffered substantial property damage as a result of last year’s Hurricane Ivan, have filed class action lawsuits against their insurance companies for refusing to pay on their claims. Attorneys Samuel Bearman and Edward Zebersky filed the suits on behalf of the plaintiffs.

1-800-SKI VAIL Wins Trademark Lawsuit Against Vail Associates

DENVER, CO /Send2Press Newswire/ — On January 3, 2005, Vend-Tel-Co, Ltd., a small business from Fort Collins, Colorado won a federal trademark lawsuit against skiing giant Vail Associates, Inc. over the right to use 1-800-SKI VAIL. In the lawsuit, Judge Matsch of the U.S. District Court determined that Vail Associates could not use its registered trademark VAIL to prevent Eric Hanson from using his registered trademark, 1-800-SKI VAIL. The small business makes well-priced condo, hotel, and resort reservations at a variety of ski area locations through dozens of 1-800-SKI phone numbers.

Dallas Judge Agrees with Lance Armstrong in Legal Case announced by Herman Howry & Breen L.L.P.

AUSTIN, TX /Send2Press Newswire/ — Austin resident and six-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong insists he has always played by the rules. Last week, a Dallas district court judge ordered that a sport promotion company involved in a legal case with Armstrong do the same.