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The employees of your company have vehicles essential to the exercise of their functions. If you regularly receive Tickets traffic resulting from traffic offenses committed by your employees and want to judge in your favor, you are in the right place. When your employee is subject to a control following a traffic offense and verbalized, he is personally liable for the fine to be paid.

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Law firms and other professional service providers are seeking more than $300 million in bills for Puerto Rico’s unprecedented restructuring — a figure that is eventually expected to surpass $1 billion. Some local attorneys are questioning the costs.

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Any Trademark Attorneys out there? We are a Process Serving company in NJ and have discovered another PS company that has started soliciting business in our name, Action Subpoena™. We hold the USPTO registration for this name and this infringer is trying to capture some of our business. We sent them a Cease and Desist letter but they won't stop. We are located in NJ. Thank you. www.actionsubpoena.com (973)845-2900 Lisa

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