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Woman Sent to Prison for Fraudulent REO Purchase Scheme

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Daniela Spiridon, 43, St. Charles, Missouri, was sentenced to 78 months in prison involving a real estate scheme related to the purchase and sale of REO properties. In addition to …read more

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Do Convicted Felons Have Voting Rights?

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Not being able to vote as a convicted felon may seem harsh, but the practice of disenfranchisement varies widely, depending on where you live.Each state has the power to regulate …read more

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ESPN’s Linda Cohn Sues Ice Rink Over Toppled Coin Machine Injury

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ESPN’s Linda Cohn was injured when a coin change machine fell on her at an ice rink, and now she’s suing. The veteran sportscaster suffered a “real deep” wound to …read more

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Man Admits Giving Buyers Undisclosed Incentives and Kickbacks

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Brandon Bolger, 40, Chicago, Illinois, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire, mail and bank fraud for failing to disclose to purchasers’ mortgage lenders material facts about the financing of …read more

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Can Fantasy Football at Work Score Points for Your Business?

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With the NFL’s regular season starting soon, it’s not just players and coaches who are getting ready. The millions of Americans who play Fantasy Football are also prepping, researching players …read more

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Top 10 in Law Blogs: Podcast Patent Troll, Payday Loans, Fedex Trafficking Drugs

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Apologies for this going live a bit later than normal, but we’re here with today’s Top 10 nonetheless. Some highlights: Foley & Lardner’s Matthew Riopelle asks an interesting question, on …read more

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Pet Custody: A Bone of Contention

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A Carol Streams couple has been trying to divorce for two years. What is holding them up? It is not a dispute over who gets the house or whether spousal …read more

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An Overview of Florida’s Domestic Violence Laws

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In Florida, the crime of Domestic Battery can be either a misdemeanor or a felony depending on whether or not the accused has a prior conviction for battery or the …read more

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Arbitration Agreement Unenforceable in Suit by Patient’s Son Against Massachusetts Nursing Home – Barrow v. Dartmouth House Nursing Home, Inc.

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Unfortunately, acts of negligence and medical malpractice are all too common in nursing homes. In an attempt to control costs associated with litigation, many long-term care facilities encourage patients and …read more

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Back-to-school tips for divorced parents

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Effective, amicable communication with your ex-spouse about your children’s needs is always the goal, but achieving it can be a tall order in times of stress—and the beginning of the …read more

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