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March 2015 Archives

Understanding probate

At the Aldrich Law Firm, we appreciate how difficult it can be to deal with the death of a loved one. Not only is this a very emotional time for many Nevada residents, but the legal issues involved in estate settlement are often complicated. When clients come to us with problems involving a will or probate, we work hard to listen to their needs. It is also very important to us that our clients understand the legal processes they are facing.

Understanding the impact of traumatic brain injury

Accidents occur on Nevada roads every day. Fortunately, many of these do not result in substantial harm. Serious collisions, however, can leave victims with irreparable injuries. At the Aldrich Law Firm, we understand how hard it is to cope with serious medical conditions after a crash. Traumatic brain injuries, for example, often leave victims and their families in crippling debt and with severe emotional scars.  

What is a legal precedent?

In the United States, laws have a number of sources. Along with statutes and regulations, authoritative cases also create enforceable laws. According to the Cornell University Law School’s Legal Information Institute, courts often rely on precedents in making their decisions. Legal precedents are previous relevant rulings which may control later cases.

Businesses must abide by federal employment tax laws

Federal taxation requirements for employers are a serious matter. As explained by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service website, employment tax evasion may result not just in civil sanctions, but also criminal charges. Due to the seriousness of these consequences, Nevada employers should take care to follow all federal tax regulations.

2 Las Vegas teens killed; families ask for help with expenses

Fatal car accidents in Las Vegas are often tragic. This is especially true when the victims were young and the collision could have been easily prevented. When such victims come from low-income families, funeral expenses and other accident-related costs may be significant financial burdens. In some cases, these families ask for the community’s help.

Trade secrets may still be protectable if leaked online

At the Aldrich Law Firm, we understand that changing technology can sometimes pose challenges to intellectual property holders. This is especially true for trade secrets, which derive their value from their concealment. The proliferation of Internet usage has understandably made the loss of trade secrets through online postings a serious concern. In Nevada, this issue is addressed specifically in the state’s Uniform Trade Secrets Act.

What is a preliminary injunction?

A preliminary injunction is a form of temporary relief that is available in some Nevada civil lawsuits. According to the Cornell University Law School’s Legal Information Institute, these types of court orders are granted before a trial concludes. Sometimes, they are even issued before a trial begins. These orders are only available under specific circumstances.

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