Tag Archives: Choosing

Tips For Choosing Your Divorce Lawyer

Divorce can be a difficult process, but it can be even more difficult when you don’t have a qualified divorce lawyer. An unqualified divorce lawyer can not only make the process more stressful for you but will cost you assets … Continue reading

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Choosing Between Content Moderation Interventions

How can we design remedies for content “violations” online? Speaking today at CITP is Eric Goldman (@ericgoldman), a professor of law and co-director of the High Tech Law Institute, at Santa Clara University School of Law. Before he became a … Continue reading

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Choosing a Safe Caregiver for Your Elderly Parent

If you have an elderly parent who has mobility problems, is having trouble caring for themselves, or is suffering from a chronic condition, you may need additional care. This situation is difficult for entire families and while nursing homes are … Continue reading

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Netflix Choosing Its Own Adventure in Bandersnatch Lawsuit

By: Ariana Morello After two years in the making, on December 28, 2018, Netflix released the long awaited Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.  For those who are unfamiliar, Black Mirror centers around technology and its potential consequences, often providing a bleak look … Continue reading

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Fairfax Special Needs Attorney: 3 Considerations When Choosing a Standby Legal Guardian for Your Adult Child with Special Needs

by Fairfax Special Needs Attorney Sheri Abrams Choosing a standby or successor legal guardian who can make decisions for your adult child with disabilities if you are unexpectedly incapacitated or pass away can be a daunting and difficult challenge. There … Continue reading

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