FindLaw's breakdown of common legal issues facing seniors with information on legal aid resources for consumers.
Since people are living longer, planning for the possibility of long term health care is becoming a critical component of estate planning. Long term health care is costly. Whether the health care is provided in a nursing home, the patient's home or ...
When I speak before a civic group or a neighborhood association, I usually can hear someone whisper in the back ground, a "I don't need a will. I just came tonight because my wife (husband, daughter, son, girlfriend--you can insert lots of persons ...
FindLaw's review of various programs that the Environmental Protection Agency has used to promote environmental innovation among businesses.
FindLaw's examination of the federal government's war on health care fraud and various techniques used by those engaging in such fraud.
The scope of recovery for a current property owner faced with a Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) problem continues to be defined by LUST litigation. In this article, FindLaw examines the Illinois statutes and cases holding that property owners must be aware before deciding how to approach a LUST problem.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was to restore public confidence in the U.S. financial markets by requiring disclosures that were accurate and a complete assessment of the company's financial position. This would include a discription of any envirornmental litigation or issue. In this article, FindLaw discusses some of the pitfalls to be aware of in reporting environmental liabilites.
FindLaw's discussion of a Department of Health and Human Services Advisory Opinion indicating that certain physician arrangements with practice management companies could constitute violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute.
FindLaw's review of the federal statutory framework related to natural resource damages, standard policy language, and the case law that supports the proposition that natural resource damage claims are covered under standard CGL policies.
FindLaw's review of New Jersey's Spill Compensation and Control Act and an amendment addressing categories of potential contribution defendants.