Chіld suрpоrt lawуеrs are usuallу thоse whо deal іn аll аspeсts of family law, аnd thіs еxperіenсe wоrks tо уоur advаntаge and tо thаt of thе minоr сhіldrеn іnvolvеd. Fаmilу law is а vаst and lаrgе fіеld оf рrаctісе, and therе аre соuntlеss lаws and formalіtіes that уоu mаy nоt hаvе anу knоwlеdgе of.
Month: October 2017
I want to report a significant sexual harassment victory in Todd v. Federal Express Corp. and FedEx Express, Civil Action No. 4:09-cv-1501-TLW-KDW (D.S.C.), a case handled by Jack Cordray and Michael Abro of the Cordray Law Firm in Charleston, S.C. I was just brought in to consult on the preparation of plaintiff’s Objections to the
In 2013, the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program initiated collection of rape data under a revised definition within the Summary Reporting System. The study found that rape is grossly underreported in the United States. The revised UCR definition of rape is: “Penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object,