Getting a liquor license can really up your restaurant to a different ballgame, thanks to the fact that most adults enjoy ordering a glass of wine or a cocktail with their meal. To give you a better perspective, 70.7% of Americans ages 18 or older reported that they drank in the past year in 2013. Each state will have different requirements that need to be met before a liquor license can be issued. [Read More]
What You Should Know About Presumed Speed Limits And How You Can Successfully Fight A Ticket
There are times when contesting a speeding ticket may be to your advantage; for example, if a conviction will result in the loss of your driving privileges or cancellation of insurance, then it is probably a good idea to fight a ticket in court. While there are a variety of defense strategies to use in a speeding ticket case, some individuals miss out on the big picture by not understanding their own state speeding laws. [Read More]
Is Litigation Funding A Viable Option For Your Potential Lawsuit?
If you've been grievously wronged by a colleague or business associate, your first instinct may be to contact an attorney to discuss and evaluate your legal options. However, you may find a lawsuit to be a much costlier prospect than anticipated. When you're already reeling from the financial impact of a wrongful termination, stock devaluation, or other shady business decision, coming up with the funds to keep a litigator on retainer for the duration of your case could be out of the question. [Read More]
3 Timing Differences With Chapter 7 Bankruptcy And Chapter 13
There are numerous reasons to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy instead of Chapter 13, and one of the key reasons is to get it over faster. Going through bankruptcy is not necessarily a fun process. It requires meeting with an attorney and going to bankruptcy court, but if you can file for Chapter 7, all of this will be over faster. Here are several things to understand about the timing differences with these two chapters of bankruptcy. [Read More]