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Blog Posts in July, 2015

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  • The Philosophy of a Successful Lawsuit
    The Philosophy of a Successful Lawsuit

    Introduction: Many people ask why we are so successful with our lawsuits. Our philosophy in our office, whether the case is large or small is to be professional but constantly aggressive. Learn from ...

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  • Careful Breakdown of Statute of Limitations
    Careful Breakdown of Statute of Limitations

    Introduction: Today’s article is very easy. It relates to the amount of time that a person has to sue. In English it is called “SOL” or “Statute of Limitations.” A person that runs past the Statute of ...

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  • Court Basics for Smaller Amounts
    Court Basics for Smaller Amounts

    Introduction: We are very lucky in that we get so many cases presented to our law firm that we only take cases we believe will be successful. However, sometimes we do not take on cases because we ...

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  • Simple Solution to the Recent Chen Shui-Bian Scandal
    Simple Solution to the Recent Chen Shui-Bian Scandal

    Introduction: Today’s article is not a question and answer session. Instead, we talk about the recent scandal surrounding the Taiwanese President Chen Shui-Bian and how our office deals with cases ...

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  • Ask the Attorney - Topic: Owner Responsibility for Actions of His Employees
    Ask the Attorney - Topic: Owner Responsibility for Actions of His Employees

    Introduction: An issue that occurs with businesses is whether the corporation is responsible for the business decisions its employees. Although this area of the law is very complicated what frequently ...

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  • Ask the Attorney - Topic: Contesting a Speeding Ticket
    Ask the Attorney - Topic: Contesting a Speeding Ticket

    Question: Dear Attorney Cheng, I was driving along the freeway with my 3 girlfriends in the carpool lane. We were driving just over the speed limit, 70-75 mph. Suddenly, I saw the blinking lights of ...

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