Tag Archives: Continuing

MCB Continuing Legal Education Tech Tips Presentation

Damon Duncan’s presentation from May 10, 2019 can be found here. The post MCB Continuing Legal Education Tech Tips Presentation appeared first on Bankruptcy Lawyers & Workers' Compensation Attorneys | Duncan Law. Read more detail on Recent Bankruptcy posts – … Continue reading

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Public Favors Punishment Against Carnival For Continuing to Pollute – Supports Fine Of At Least $250,000,000 and Prison for Executives

About two weeks ago, I posted the following question on our Cruise Law News Facebook page and received comments (and replies) from 364 people. What do you believe is an appropriate sanction against Carnival Corp. for violating probation for pollution? … Continue reading

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Updates in FTC and California’s Continuing Enforcement of Continuity Programs

Thought that the FTC and California planned to cool off on enforcing trial and subscription programs? Think again. The FTC and California continue to bring these actions with alarming regularity. For those of you who haven’t been tracking these issues, … Continue reading

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What If Continuing Legal Education Credits Were Free?

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Continuing to Live with Your Ex After Divorce

Leaving your marital home after your divorce can be difficult for both personal and financial reasons. Personally, you may no longer be living with your children and will see them less often. Financially, you will need to pay for a … Continue reading

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