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Cognitive Bias In Arbitration: Fundamental Attribution Error

People tend to process information through some of the same filters over and over again. We call these filters “cognitive biases.” They are hardwired into our brains. One of these biases is called “fundamental attribution error.” When something good happens, we tend to overestimate the role of our own effort and intention. For instance, a […]

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Professional Assistance of a Lawyer

Litigators practice in several areas of law and their scope extends from appeals to all forms of legal documentation. These professionals selectively handle cases that involve bankruptcy, criminal defense, personal injury, business law, family law, estate planning / probate, debt collection, real estate, environmental and workers compensation. Most litigators are highly qualified professionals, who have […]

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What LLC Businesses Should Brainstorm About

When you know deep in your heart that you want to start a business, the next thing to know is what business that would be. With all the opportunities available for LLC businesses, enterprising businessmen will not run out of business ideas to choose from. A brainstorming session with key personnel and would-be LLC members […]

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How The SEC Investigates Fraud

No company wants to become the target of a Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) investigation, and no investor welcomes an inquiry into a stock he holds. Issuers and shareholders alike need to understand how an investigation begins, how it proceeds, and how it may end. If the SEC determines that someone has committed wrongdoing, it […]

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5 Reasons to Understand the Eighth Amendment Punishment

Not participating in excesses is one of the essential unwritten laws, it is likewise acknowledged by the Eighth Amendment – ‘Extreme bail shall not be needed, nor excessive fines enforced, nor harsh and uncommon punishments inflicted.’ However would the law makers follow this? Or is penalty simply a means to instil a sense of security […]

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Guide To Litigation Support Services

Do you own a law firm and looking for a tool that can help you stay ahead in the competition, then the search finally comes to an end. Litigation service is the perfect option for you. These services can boost your day-to-day productivity. Litigation services provide support to the lawyers and add to their productivity […]

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The Benefits Of Mediation Over Traditional Courtroom Proceedings

Compared to the tense nature of litigation, mediation offers a valuable tool for alternative methods of dispute resolution. Mediation involves the two disputing parties getting together and discussing the issues at hand with a trained mediator guiding them through the process. There are numerous benefits to working through mediation, and many disputing parties are able […]

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Knowing What To Do After An Auto Accident

Being involved in an auto accident, no matter how minor, can be quite a distressing experience. Right after the accident, your primary concern will likely be getting your damaged vehicle out of the roadway and making sure everyone is alright. Knowing what to do next, however, can mean the difference between winning or losing your […]

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Know Which Laws Come Under California Labor Law Posters?

California employers need to post labor law posters including CA minimum wage in addition to all federal and state regulations. To ensure compliance with the labor law posters mandates, employers must display both state and federal laws in a conspicuous place at every worksite. There are a number of firms that publish all-in-one labor law […]

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First Steps to Resolving Disputes: Setting Realistic Expectations in Mediation

Former First Lady, diplomat and humanitarian Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “You can’t move so fast that you try to change [a situation] faster than people can accept it. That doesn’t mean you do nothing, but it means that you do the things that need to be done according to priority.” It’s a statement many find […]

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