10 Questions You Need to Ask before Hiring an Expert Witness

Expert witnesses play an important role in the litigation process. Finding the best possible expert witness is essential for supporting allegations or defenses–and can ultimately ensure a positive trial outcome…. Read More

Plastic Microbeads Banned in the U.S.

On Dec. 28, President Obama signed a bill into law that bans the plastic microbeads found in body and facial scrubs and toothpastes. Approximately 1.4 trillion microbeads wash down the… Read More

FDA Extends Compliance Date for Menu-Labeling Rule

Last month, the FDA extended the compliance date for its controversial menu-labeling rule from Dec. 1, 2015 to Dec. 1, 2016. The new requirements apply to restaurants and similar retail… Read More

Featured Expert: Suzanne M. Ganier

Suzanne M. Ganier is President of ALEXI Professional Services, Inc., where she consults in the areas of insurance coverage, bad faith, and claim and litigation management. She calls upon her… Read More

Inquiry Roundup – Legal services

Legal Malpractice Need Legal Malpractice Attorney. In motorcycle accident we contacted a lawyer that advertises that he helps motorcyclist’s that have been injured in an accident, he referred us to… Read More

Prevalence of Securities Fraud: $700 Million Case in San Francisco

The Department of Justice recently filed felony charges against Walter and Kelly Ng in what may be the largest securities fraud case in California’s history. It involves more than $700… Read More

“I was very impressed at how user friendly the Zintro platform is” – Simon Davari

Simon Davari is an international tax expert with more than 12 years of experience, having worked for prestigious, multi-national corporations including PwC and KPMG. Throughout his successful career, Davari established… Read More

Memory Researcher Elizabeth Loftus And Her Contributions To The Legal System

Throughout the years she dedicated to memory research, Elizabeth Loftus was trying to discover the unreliability of memory when emotions are involved and her research might finally have an impact… Read More

What To Expect From Gluten-Free Labels

Last week, the Food and Drug Administration defined 20 parts per million as the gluten limit found in products, which have the gluten-free label. The purpose of the new ruling… Read More

“Without Zintro, I wouldn’t have been able to help someone in a foreign country” – Sindee Levin

Sindee Levin is a veteran entertainment attorney, having worked at major film studios and the music publishing industry. Throughout the years, Levin has gained experience in copyright licensing for record… Read More

Will Recent Amendment To Chinese Litigation Help Rebalance Country’s Demographics?

A recent addition to litigation in China now asks citizens to take care of their elderly parents. Since government-provided assistance for the elderly is limited, older individuals depend on their… Read More

How Texting Aliens Could Affect Humanity

Next week, a startup working in a new sub-field of space exploration called METI (messaging to extraterrestrial intelligence) will begin transmitting text messages and photos toward atmospheres thought to be… Read More

Whitey Bulger: Vigilante or Organized Criminal?

Whitey Bulger: a criminal formerly operating in South Boston or, as local myths suggest, local vigilante? Regardless, he was arrested in June 2011 at the age of 81, and last… Read More

What Google Banning Facial Recognition Means For Software’s Development: Not Much

Google recently cited privacy concerns as justification for updating company policies to ban applications that use facial recognition software from their Google Glass product. As Google moves forward updating the… Read More

Digital Music Services Getting Copyright Owners Worried

ReDigi, the free music service, which provides you with a platform, where you can store your legally acquired digital files and sell them for credits to buy new music, had… Read More

Conflicts Arising Between Digital Music Services And Copyright Owners

The free digital music service, ReDigi had some legal troubles with Capitol records lately. As an online service providing you with a platform to store your legally acquired digital files… Read More