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Toyota Being Driven Straight to Court and the Bank
  Lawyers in class action lawsuits against Toyota are now claiming the auto maker violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO) Toyota's shareholders are filing lawsuits over the dwindling value of their stock in the company There are reports Toyota knew about some gas pedal ... Read more

ToysRUs Price Fixing Class Action Lawsuit
If you recently bought baby products from Babies"R"Us and were dismayed by the high prices of such products, you are not alone. On July 15, 2009, a federal judge in Pennsylvania granted class action status to a lawsuit filed against a division of popular toy and baby goods store Toys"R"Us Inc. The lawsuit ... Read more

Apples Anti Trust Suit Over Adobe Flash
  Techno-giant Apple may face antitrust probes by federal agencies Federal antitrust laws protect consumers and businesses from unfair practices   Many of us have heard or read the term "antitrust laws" in the news but we don't understand what they are, why we have them, and how they work. Two possible ... Read more

Bad News for Borders
You may have recently shopped at Borders and had no idea that the company is doing badly. Borders is the second-largest bookstore chain the US after Barnes & Noble. Borders sells books, CDs, DVDs and various gifts and stationery. Its first store opened in 1971 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Now there are more ... Read more

Getting Out of a Contract
Legally, you can't get out of a contract just because you've changed your mind. If you try, the other party will probably sue you for breach of contract. It's always possible that the contract includes a loophole or escape clause that allows you to get out, but you usually need a legally justifiable ... Read more

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Dos & Don'ts of Consumer Debt Collection

Original Post: http://callagylaw.com/dos-donts-of-consumer-debt-collection-callagy-law/ Please continue to read for important information regarding consumer debt collection. After searching vari ... Read more

Section 40 Liens | Callagy Law

Original Post:http://callagylaw.com/section-40-liens-callagy-law/ The purpose of this post is to help assist healthcare providers and owners with questions they have concerning th ... Read more

Education Law Blog | Callagy Law

Original Post:http://callagylaw.com/education-law-blog-callagy-law/ A closer look into the world of education law. The following article was written by Ben Light, Partner at Ca ... Read more

Is Ted Cruz "Born To Run?" | Callagy Law

Original Post:http://callagylaw.com/is-ted-cruz-born-to-run-callagy-law/ The Controversy over Ted Cruz’s Eligibility for President and the Vicissitudes of Constitutional Law ... Read more

A Closer Look into Amendments | Callagy Law

Original Post:http://callagylaw.com/a-closer-look-into-amendments-callagy-law/ 15 Million Civil Lawsuits Are Filed Each Year in the United States | More insight into amendments ... Read more

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