Ugliness – Should it be a Protected Class

An economist believes that ugliness should be considered a disability and protected under law. It may sound good in theory, but in practice it would create a civil litigation nightmare.

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A Penny Short, Lawsuit Dismissed

The U.S. penny thought by many to be quite insignificant, has been redeemed, at least a little, A recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals in the Sixth Circuit placed a high value ion the penny and dismissed a lawsuit because the amount in dispute was a penny shy of the amount required.

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Contract Law : What makes a contract enforceable?

Contracts are usually enforceable as a matter of law. However, there are exceptions. The question of enforceability depends on how the contract is written. Consult with an attorney and have any contract reviewed before signing it.

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What is a Statute of Limitations

If you have a cause of action there is typically a limitation on the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit. This time limitation is set forth in statutes and varies depending on the type of lawsuit. Always consult with an attorney immediately if you believe you have a cause of legal action.

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