In this article, we discuss Iowa trade secret violations under Iowa’s Uniform Trade Secrets Act and answer the following questions: What constitutes a trade secret in Iowa?, What constitutes a trade secret violation in Iowa?, What kind of damages are awarded in a trade secrets misappropriation lawsuit?, and What should I do if an employee has disclosed company trade secrets?
In this article, we give an overview of form I-134, Affidavit for Support of a Foreign Visitor, and discuss some tips for the sponsors of foreign visitors. We’ll answer the following questions: Who can sign form I-134 and what level of responsibility are they assuming?, Should visa applicants have an I-134 form?, What information is needed for each part of the I-134 form?, and What extra information or documents should be included with the I-134 form?
In this article, we discuss Chapter 20 bankruptcy and answer the following questions: What is Chapter 20 bankruptcy?, What are the benefits and drawbacks of filing only Chapter 7 bankruptcy?, What are the benefits and drawbacks of filing only Chapter 13 bankruptcy?, What are the benefits of Chapter 20 bankruptcy?, and What are the drawbacks of Chapter 20 bankruptcy?
Consumer Defense FAQ: This article explains the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and tackles some of the frequently asked questions our Consumer Defense attorneys receive about the laws that shield you from debt collectors, protect the integrity of your credit report, and punish those that violate those laws. Three main statutes that create this Consumer Defense area of law are the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
In this article, we will explain the Clawback Provision and preferential transfers in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. A clawback provision is a contractual provision that allows one individual or entity to have the money returned to them that was paid to another individual or entity.
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