What To Do When Facing A Shareholder Dispute
Shareholder Dispute Lawyer How an Experienced Lawyer Can Help When disputes between shareholders arise, having the support of a shareholder dispute lawyer is key to ensuring an effective resolution. With one, it can be easier to know how to proceed. It’s vital to take swift action and ensure that the situation is addressed appropriately—the experienced shareholder dispute lawyers at Perez Mayoral P.A., understand the intricacies of shareholder disputes, and are committed to helping you resolve
Family Law You can become a parent through a third-party donation of sperm, eggs (ovum), or embryos.  As explained by an assisted reproduction law attoney from Surratt Law Practice, use of donated reproductive genetic materials has its own pitfalls and legal concerns but using a donation is a viable means of becoming a parent.  In fact, there are thousands of babies born each year from Assisted Reproductive Technology.  The Center for Disease Control (CDC) preliminarily

School Bus Driver Charged With DUI 

Posted on February 8, 2023
On October 28, 2022, a school bus driver was charged with DUI after he was transporting Washington, D.C. area students while under the influence. The 48-year-old driver was driving 44 Ben Murch Elementary School students on the way back to school after they attended a field trip to a Fairfax County, VA farm. Law enforcement officials said that the bus driver had driven off the road and crashed into a large rock, which resulted in
Right before the Super Bowl weekend, the Virginia State Police reminded all Virginias, including those in Fairfax, not to drive while under the influence. Gary T. Settle, Virginia State Police superintendent, made the following statement: “It’s making the choice to drive home impaired that is the wrong way to celebrate. If someone makes the choice to drive impaired, then they also run the very likely risk of getting arrested for DUI. Getting behind the wheel
Virginia has joined many states across the country in seeking to eliminate criminal charges in some areas of marijuana possession. However, the changes the state has made are often confusing and that confusion can lead to criminal charges.   The current law in Virginia allows anyone 21 years of age or older to possess up to one ounce of marijuana, but there is still no way to legally purchase marijuana for purely recreational purposes. There
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