Year: 2013

Posted on 12-19-2013 in Personal Injury

Phoenix Traffic Accidents & Risk of New Moms

Mothers of kids aged five and under often lead busy lives and have many demands placed on their time. As a result, it may come as no surprise that an AOL survey of 350 moms found them describing their smartphones as a “lifeline” that they used to keep track of their family schedules, obtain information…

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Posted on 11-22-2013 in Personal Injury

Arizona Students Take the “It Can Wait Pledge”

Any distracted driving accident lawyer in Phoenix knows that most drivers who text behind the wheel think that an accident will never happen to them. As the Huffington Post reports, drivers who use their cell phones or engage in other distracting behavior while driving begin to believe that they can do this safely since they…

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Posted on 10-10-2013 in Personal Injury

Phoenix Scooter Safety Can Avoid Serious Injury

A 22-year-old motorist struck and killed a Phoenix man riding a scooter on 40th Street and Greenway Road. The man on the scooter was allegedly crossing the road against the flow of traffic when the vehicle hit him. AZ Central reports that the man was transported to the hospital for treatment but later died from…

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Posted on 08-06-2013 in Personal Injury

BUSINESS STRUCTURE CHOICE AND TAXATION

If you want to become a small business owner, one of the first decisions you must make involves how you will choose to organize your business. If you are an individual, you have many choices: sole proprietorship, corporations (S or C), and LLCs. Another important consideration centers on how your business formation choice will affect…

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Posted on 08-06-2013 in Personal Injury

COURT RULING: APPROPRIATING ELECTRONIC CODE NOT STEALING TRADE SECRETS

In business, you have a vested interest in the information that keeps your enterprise profitable. Increasingly, such information is taking the form of digitally encoded data bytes. However, laws designed to protect trade secrets in simpler times are often inadequate in protecting information during an age in which the pace of technology is lightning quick….

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