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  • Crypto Investments: Why You Need a Professional Attorney Bitcoin, Peloton, Tesla, GameStop. COVID has put extra money in our pockets and too much time on our hands. If you haven’t been living under the proverbial rock, you have heard of cryptocurrency, albeit not fully understanding it. And therein lies the problem if you have jumped…

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    In the United States, family law is handled at the state level, with each state having its own nuances when it comes to residency, divorce, grounds, and child custody. This can be complicated enough, but it becomes even more complex when a couple is navigating an international divorce. To the mix of state jurisdictions, international…

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    THE OFFICE OF FOREIGN ASSETS CONTROL Within the United States Department of Treasury, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) administers and enforces, based on American foreign policy and national security goals, economic and trade sanctions. Targeted entities include certain foreign nations and regimes, international drug traffickers, terrorists, those engaged in the spread of weapons…

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    David Mugrabi and his wife, Libbie, are one of New York’s wealthiest couples. A week before Christmas and they are engaged in a divorce that has been labeled the state’s nastiest. Fourteen-years ago the couple married — without a prenup. Their expenses average over $3.5 million each year and, according to a friend, “were living…

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    Can The President Be Indicted? Can the president be indicted while still in The Oval Office? No one suggests that a president can never be indicted — ever. The question is if a president can be indicted in office. Four government written memos going back 50-years lean towards, no.  Of the four three are “no…

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    On January 14, 2010, Phoebe Prince committed suicide. Her death spurred an anti-harassment law by Massachusetts state legislators. Her suicide followed weeks of bullying by classmates and drew international awareness to America’s problem of school bullying. Born in Bedford, England on November 24, 1994, she moved with her parents to the ocean front village of…

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    The people of U.S. will be glad to know that for the first time in a decade, their country is not the leader in executions. That privilege now belongs to China and Iran. For the death penalty opponents this is welcome news as they have been trying hard to abolish the death penalty rule in…

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    Argentina has a serious trafficking issue. And it’s not just drugs — but iPhones. Buenos Aires, the nation’s capital, is rife with stores sporting Apple signs and images of the late Steve Jobs. Walk into any of these unaffiliated shops, and you’ll find white walls covered with iPhone accessories. But to purchase an iPhone, you’ll…

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    Web sites can be accessed virtually everywhere. A frequent worry of website operators is that a court in some distant state will find that it has personal jurisdiction over them and force them to defend a suit far from home. While it often seems that courts are biased towards assuming jurisdiction over defendants, two recent…

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    Digital media law update: Plaintiffs who believe they have been wronged by acts committed by U.S. multinational corporations in foreign countries have long attempted to bring claims against such corporations in the U.S., and based on U.S. law. However, such plaintiffs face many hurdles. Some claims are dismissed for lack of personal jurisdiction over the…

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