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Leaving Your Child in the Car: Know the Laws and Charges

You can face child endangerment charges if your actions cause child abuse. Leaving a child in a car in situations that present possible harm is unlawful in some states. In Colorado, there are no specific laws that govern leaving a child in a car but there are laws applicable Read more »

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Different FICO Scores: Why They Are Important for Your Business

The FICO score of your business can make a big difference in interest payments on loans. That's why it's a good idea to maintain as high of a score as possible, so that when loans are needed, you won't have to face high fees. Here are more details about Read more »

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What to Do If You Get Arrested While Traveling Abroad

Getting arrested is bad enough, but it becomes more complicated when it happens in a foreign country. Think about how you take certain things for granted that are legal in your own country, and know it's possible to easily break the law in another country due to lack of Read more »

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PPM: Understanding Its Significance

A Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) is a document that addresses risk disclosures for an investment. It meets SEC regulations - reg D, Rule 502(b) (2) - for certain investments that involve multiple investors. Other names for a PPM include "Confidential Information Memorandum" and "Disclosure Document." Here are reasons you Read more »

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Employee Equity Incentives: The Pros and Cons

Employers can inspire workers through employee equity incentives, which involve giving employees stock in the company. By giving employees a reason to care about the business, they can help improve the company by being more productive. Here are the pros and cons of employee equity incentives than Read more »

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Legal Actions You Can Resort to in Case of Spring Break Injuries

Spring break is one of those times when college students tend to let loose and get a little wild. While legal drinking-age students might have a bit too much, accidents aren’t always the fault of the people enjoying the spring break party.

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How a Skilled Tax Attorney Can Help You Qualify for the OIC

When you fall behind on your taxes, one of your options is to find out if you qualify for an offer in compromise (OIC) program. In order to qualify, you must meet the strict requirements of the IRS, as the majority of taxpayers do not qualify. Here are ways Read more »

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Know About the Laws and Penalties of Underage DUI in CA

It's no secret that underage drinking and driving is a serious problem; one that can lead to serious injury, property damage, and even loss of life. Knowing the law - and what will happen to you if you break it - is an essential first step to avoiding this Read more »

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7 Highly Effective Ways to Protect Your Intellectual Property

Intellectual property

Intellectual property is often more difficult to protect than your actual physical property. The laws protecting such unique creations of the mind are also unique and often complicated. Intellectual property law firms aren't as popular as other law firms because of this difficulty. We at Keating & Read more »

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5 Ways to Defend False Accusations of Domestic Violence

A false allegation of domestic violence can have a huge impact on a person’s life. Depending on the circumstances, a person can face a tough time in their personal and professional lives. Various examples prove that not only personal relationships are affected, but careers can also be ruined because Read more »

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