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Fraudulent Transfer Hinges on Intent

Fraudulent Transfer Hinges on Intent

Sometimes when folks don’t want to pay money back or when they don’t want to give up collateral to pay off their debts, they’ll transfer assets to a third party so the bank or other creditor can’t get them.  However, when a debtor sells the family farm for less than...

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Alcohol Policies on Campus in 2018

Alcohol Policies on Campus in 2018

The editorial board to Stanford’s campus newspaper just published an open letter to its office of student affairs. The letter addresses new developments in Stanford’s policies for alcohol consumption on campus. The policies are apparently intended to address early...

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Minor in Possession Laws in Alabama

Minor in Possession Laws in Alabama

The Risks of Buying Alcohol Underage 1. It’s obviously against the law to try to buy alcohol using a fake ID. That said, you’re far more likely to be charged for possessing alcohol than trying to buy it. 2. You don’t have to be breaking the law for a police officer to...

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Birmingham Fight For Minimum Wage Law Continues

Birmingham Fight For Minimum Wage Law Continues

The 2015-16 fight continues over who can set minimum wage rules in Alabama. Back then Birmingham tried to raise its minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, and was successful in doing so, but only for a day. The State of Alabama passed a law that barred cities from such ordinances and the next day the […]

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Time to Call Your Lawyer About that Social Security Appeal

Fallout continues from a Supreme Court case that threatens the decision in thousands of Social Security disability cases. A confidential memorandum from the U.S. Solicitor General directs that the agencies (like Social Security) voluntarily allow claimants a new hearing where they have raised a timely “Lucia objection.” Read about it on AL Appeals and contact […]

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