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Alain Burrese

The Volunteers' Guide To Fundraising By Ilona Bray

"The Volunteers' Guide to Fundraising: Raise Money for Your School, Team, Library or Community Group" by Ilona Bray is a very good book for those that are looking...

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Russell B. Weekes

Can I Discharge Federal or State Taxes in Bankruptcy?

"I heard that I can discharge my tax debt, is that true?"  The preceding question is one that is frequently posed in our Utah bankruptcy practice.

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In his new book "SHAM PEER REVIEW: The Power of Immunity and The Abuse of Trust," Denver attorney and author Gregory Piche' offers several effective ways to bypass the current system known as the

By: Barry James Hickey l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Apr 04, 2012

Legal terms and procedures include complex laws and practices that a layman cannot understand easily. Thus, there is a demand for eBooks that teach the most difficult terms conveniently. Such eBooks

By: Ivan Rojovski l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Mar 29, 2012
Joseph C Kunz, Jr

The Path of the Law presents the conclusions drawn by Holmes after more than 30 years of legal observation, thought, and practice of law. He probably wrote this essay to further discuss what he began

By: Joseph C Kunz, Jr l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 23, 2012
Russell B. Weekes

"I heard that I can discharge my tax debt, is that true?"  The preceding question is one that is frequently posed in our Utah bankruptcy practice.

By: Russell B. Weekes l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Jan 27, 2012

Criminal justice is a serious matter for those who work in the field. For the general public, however, it stirs up a great deal of morbid curiosity. Many popular books have been ripped straight from

By: Erik R Johnson l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Dec 20, 2011
Alain Burrese

"The Volunteers' Guide to Fundraising: Raise Money for Your School, Team, Library or Community Group" by Ilona Bray is a very good book for those that are looking for ideas to help with fundraising

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Oct 05, 2011

The author makes you actually feel as though you are in the story whether it is as a cop, a fireman, a defense or prosecuting attorney, a person on trial, the witnesses of the alleged crime, or just

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Jul 01, 2011
Alain Burrese

I am not really a gambler, and while I provided basic tax information to clients that I helped with business matters, I'm not a tax attorney, and therefore referred my clients to tax professionals

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Apr 16, 2011
Alain Burrese

"The Corporate Records Handbook: Meetings, Minutes & Resolutions" by attorney Anthony Mancuso is a six hundred page resource book that contains just what the cover says it does. It is a very good

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Apr 01, 2011
Alain Burrese

I helped my wife, at the time my fiance, emigrate to the U.S. while I was attending law school. I was not yet an attorney, nor had I taken any classes on international law or immigration.

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Mar 15, 2011
Alain Burrese

Steven Mitchell Sack is called The Employee's Lawyer for a reason. It is his mission to protect employee rights, and he's been enforcing workplace rights of employees, executives, and sales

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 24, 2011

In the novel The Paper Chase by John Osborn one of the most important characters was Professor Kingsfield. The setting was law school and the professor was instrumental in teaching the young students

By: Jimmie Stewart l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 05, 2011

Law School can be seen as one of the most difficult academic rigors anyone could go through. It is vital for every law student to find someone that can mentor them through these hard times. Whether

By: Jimmie Stewart l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 05, 2011
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Alain Burrese

"The Corporate Records Handbook: Meetings, Minutes & Resolutions" by attorney Anthony Mancuso is a six hundred page resource book that contains just what the cover says it does. It is a very good

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Apr 01, 2011 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

"The Volunteers' Guide to Fundraising: Raise Money for Your School, Team, Library or Community Group" by Ilona Bray is a very good book for those that are looking for ideas to help with fundraising

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Oct 05, 2011 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Russell B. Weekes

"I heard that I can discharge my tax debt, is that true?"  The preceding question is one that is frequently posed in our Utah bankruptcy practice.

By: Russell B. Weekes l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Jan 27, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

I am not really a gambler, and while I provided basic tax information to clients that I helped with business matters, I'm not a tax attorney, and therefore referred my clients to tax professionals

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Apr 16, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0

In his new book "SHAM PEER REVIEW: The Power of Immunity and The Abuse of Trust," Denver attorney and author Gregory Piche' offers several effective ways to bypass the current system known as the

By: Barry James Hickey l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Apr 04, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0

The author makes you actually feel as though you are in the story whether it is as a cop, a fireman, a defense or prosecuting attorney, a person on trial, the witnesses of the alleged crime, or just

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Jul 01, 2011 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

Criminal justice is a serious matter for those who work in the field. For the general public, however, it stirs up a great deal of morbid curiosity. Many popular books have been ripped straight from

By: Erik R Johnson l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Dec 20, 2011 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

Steven Mitchell Sack is called The Employee's Lawyer for a reason. It is his mission to protect employee rights, and he's been enforcing workplace rights of employees, executives, and sales

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 24, 2011 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Joseph C Kunz, Jr

The Path of the Law presents the conclusions drawn by Holmes after more than 30 years of legal observation, thought, and practice of law. He probably wrote this essay to further discuss what he began

By: Joseph C Kunz, Jr l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

In the novel The Paper Chase by John Osborn one of the most important characters was Professor Kingsfield. The setting was law school and the professor was instrumental in teaching the young students

By: Jimmie Stewart l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 05, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

I helped my wife, at the time my fiance, emigrate to the U.S. while I was attending law school. I was not yet an attorney, nor had I taken any classes on international law or immigration.

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Mar 15, 2011 lViews: 52 lComments: 0

Law School can be seen as one of the most difficult academic rigors anyone could go through. It is vital for every law student to find someone that can mentor them through these hard times. Whether

By: Jimmie Stewart l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 05, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

Legal terms and procedures include complex laws and practices that a layman cannot understand easily. Thus, there is a demand for eBooks that teach the most difficult terms conveniently. Such eBooks

By: Ivan Rojovski l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Mar 29, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
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The author makes you actually feel as though you are in the story whether it is as a cop, a fireman, a defense or prosecuting attorney, a person on trial, the witnesses of the alleged crime, or just

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Jul 01, 2011 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

"The Volunteers' Guide to Fundraising: Raise Money for Your School, Team, Library or Community Group" by Ilona Bray is a very good book for those that are looking for ideas to help with fundraising

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Oct 05, 2011 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

I am not really a gambler, and while I provided basic tax information to clients that I helped with business matters, I'm not a tax attorney, and therefore referred my clients to tax professionals

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Apr 16, 2011 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

"The Corporate Records Handbook: Meetings, Minutes & Resolutions" by attorney Anthony Mancuso is a six hundred page resource book that contains just what the cover says it does. It is a very good

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Apr 01, 2011 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

I helped my wife, at the time my fiance, emigrate to the U.S. while I was attending law school. I was not yet an attorney, nor had I taken any classes on international law or immigration.

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Mar 15, 2011 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

Steven Mitchell Sack is called The Employee's Lawyer for a reason. It is his mission to protect employee rights, and he's been enforcing workplace rights of employees, executives, and sales

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 24, 2011 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Russell B. Weekes

"I heard that I can discharge my tax debt, is that true?"  The preceding question is one that is frequently posed in our Utah bankruptcy practice.

By: Russell B. Weekes l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Jan 27, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Joseph C Kunz, Jr

The Path of the Law presents the conclusions drawn by Holmes after more than 30 years of legal observation, thought, and practice of law. He probably wrote this essay to further discuss what he began

By: Joseph C Kunz, Jr l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Criminal justice is a serious matter for those who work in the field. For the general public, however, it stirs up a great deal of morbid curiosity. Many popular books have been ripped straight from

By: Erik R Johnson l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Dec 20, 2011 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

In the novel The Paper Chase by John Osborn one of the most important characters was Professor Kingsfield. The setting was law school and the professor was instrumental in teaching the young students

By: Jimmie Stewart l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 05, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

Law School can be seen as one of the most difficult academic rigors anyone could go through. It is vital for every law student to find someone that can mentor them through these hard times. Whether

By: Jimmie Stewart l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Feb 05, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

In his new book "SHAM PEER REVIEW: The Power of Immunity and The Abuse of Trust," Denver attorney and author Gregory Piche' offers several effective ways to bypass the current system known as the

By: Barry James Hickey l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Apr 04, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0

Legal terms and procedures include complex laws and practices that a layman cannot understand easily. Thus, there is a demand for eBooks that teach the most difficult terms conveniently. Such eBooks

By: Ivan Rojovski l Book Reviews > Law Legal l Mar 29, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
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