Archive for the 'Law-Legal' Category

How Cyber Law by Brett Trout is an Example of POD Publishing

By Michael Strozier Cyber Law by Brett Trout (ISBN 978-1-934209-71-4) is an excellent book by a very talented writer. Cyber Law is a major success story for World Audience Publishers, and after reading just a few chapters, anyone can see why! World Audience’s goal is to be a driving force in the changing business of […]

Binding and Non Binding Arbitration

By John Kessel Arbitration is the alternative choice available to resolve disputes without going for litigation or trial. Both the parties have to agree that a third party arbitrator will act as both judge and jury. Arbitration can be binding or non-binding but quite often it ends in a settlement. In a non binding arbitration […]

Truck Accident Lawyers Semi Tractor Trailer Accident Attorneys

By Annabelle Corleone Every 16 minutes, a person is killed or sustains injuries in accidents involving 18-wheelers, tractor-trailers or semi-trucks In 2001, 429,000 large trucks were involved in traffic crashes (both fatal and minor) in the United States: – 4,793 were involved in fatal crashes – 5,082 people died – 131,000 were injured – In […]

Education and Crime

By Kenneth Ray Fisher Introduction The United States Department of Education places an enormous emphasis on educating America’s children. In what Charles Darwin has described as a society of the “Survival of the Fittest,” America’s systems function on “what you do not know can be catastrophic.” Aside from some parent’s at-home schooling, the greatest input […]