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How do you Calculate Punitive Damages?

Punitive damages are available in many types of personal injury claims.  These damages are intended as punishment for the offenders and also discouragement from committing this type of offense in the future.  The damages are typically awarded in extreme cases where it has been determined that the defendant with disregard for the plaintiff’s safety. There […]

What Determines when Child Support Payments can be Changed?

Child support is the means of an ex-spouse that does not have custody of the child to financially support the wellbeing of a child. It is often a heated debate among parents regarding who needs to pay, how much should be paid, and the frequency of payment. The good news is that the state has […]

Widerman Malek, PL – Brevard County School Board

Audit: $4.3M paid by Brevard Schools ‘improper’ However, a $600,000 down payment and two $360,000 payments for “green screen” software were deemed proper payments, according to the presentation by attorney Edward Kinberg. For the full article click here  

Traps to Avoid When Negotiating Royalties

Royalties are a wonderful way for inventors to collect payment for the use of their inventions. Any time a song is played on the radio the song composer receives a royalty for their work. Any time an artist’s drawing is replicated the artist receives a royalty and any time an author’s published work is reprinted, […]

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