Fraudulent transfers are one way in which creditors can set aside a transfer by a debtor to another person or entity. They occur when the debtor either makes a transfer of assets with the intent to defraud his or her creditors or, in some states, when a debtor makes a transfer while insolvent or…

A New York City woman is suing public transportation after she was startled by an advertisement for the Showtime series “Dexter,” causing her to take a tumble down the stairs at Grand Central Terminal.

A Buffalo Bills fan has won a $3 million class action settlement against the NFL team because he received three more texts than promised, after signing up to follow his favorite team by text message.

Plaintiff Jessie Nizewitz, a woman who bared it all on the show “Dating Naked,” is suing Viacom for $10 million after television producers accidentally showed an uncensored picture of her crotch.

A man who says he became addicted to pornography after accidentally visiting an adult website is suing Apple for not blocking them. The sites “appealed to his biological sensibilities as a male and led to unwanted addiction with adverse consequences,” including “desiring younger, more beautiful girls featured in porn videos than his wife, who was…

A shop owner who shot a knife-wielding robber was sued by the robber, claiming the store “lacked a policy regarding the safe and lawful use of firearms.” A judge finally dismissed the suit two years after the incident.

Getting paid: If it doesn’t happen, why are you in business? In your business, arguably the most important aspect of the administration of your business is getting paid. There are various ways you can go about seeking full payment for your services, but which ones work and which work best for you? This blog will…

What is a Demand Letter, and what’s it used for? A demand letter is a tool used prior to litigation to demand that a certain outcome be obtained from an opposing party or else a lawsuit will be filed against them. Your demands can be for money or for some sort of action. If you’re…

  Typically, when you want to sue a registered company in North Carolina, you would file the lawsuit and serve the summons and complaint upon the registered agent, but things don’t always work out the way they’re supposed to. A registered agent is a person or company assigned to accept service of process on a…

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