If the report is to the chief legal officer, then that officer must conduct some investigation in most cases, and must report the result to the attorney
who made the initial report.
Under these rules, not only is the prisoner a threat "but the attorney
as well," says Fleming, who has worked on the cases of several prisoners with political backgrounds.
They should also have the effect of forcing plaintiffs attorneys
to know their cases before filing suit.
for the Northern District of Georgia on March 11, 2010, having served as Acting U.
It's not the first tiff between the city and the city attorney
If needed, the attorney
can draw upon applicable language in those documents to express any changes resulting from negotiations.
A power of attorney
is created when you give someone else authority to act on your behalf.
Like health care proxies, a power of attorney
can give partners control over each other's finances if one is incapacitated.
can explain, though, that everyone has a right to choose to speak or not to speak to the government, or to the defense during the investigation.
By law, the power of attorney
is accepted on its face, however, standard title underwriting practices in the industry delve further into the legitimacy of the power and the intent behind it.
Fifth DCA JNC--retired banker Jerry Buchanan of Orlando, attorney
Jill Schwartz of Maitland, and insurance agent Lewis C.
Finally, there's the avalanche of publicity about the problems people are having paying for long term care, including a spate of high-profile books such as the 1989 best-seller, Avoiding the Medicaid Trap: How to Beat the Catastrophic Cost of Nursing Home Care, by Armond Budish, a Cleveland attorney