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Administrative Dissolution The involuntary dissolution of a corporation by the Secretary of State, or other equivalent department, due to the failure of a corporation to meet statutory requirements such as periodic filing and tax reporting requirements.
Administrator Or Administratrix One appointed to manage and distribute an estate where the decedent has not left a will, or when an executor has not been appointed or qualified under the will.
Advanced Court Costs Those funds advanced by the plaintiff so that counsel may pay the appropriate fees for the filing of suit, service of process, trial fees, supplemental actions after judgment, etc. This is not part of attorney’s fees.
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Oddenino & Gaule
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John V. Gaule Practice Areas:  Personal Injury Defense; Construction Defects; Insurance Coverage; Personal Injury; Family Law; Accidents; Automobile Accidents; Motorcycle Accidents; Negligence; Premises Liability; Birth Injuries; Boating Accidents; Professional Liability; Slip and Fall; Railroad Accidents; Torts; Trucking Accidents; Trucker Infraction; Trucker Tickets; Wrongful Death; Drug and Medical Device Litigation; Food Products Liability; Head and Spinal Injuries; DMV; Construction Accide
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Law Offices of Haleh Shekarchian
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Haleh Shekarchian has successfully represented thousands of clients in the areas of personal injury, work-related injuries, and family law since 1993. Haleh Shekarchian is renowned for her expertise in settling and litigating a wide range of claims, including personal injury, automobile and motorcycle accidents, products liability, wrongful death, and slip and fall, and is well respected by defense attorneys, judges, and insurance companies in Los Angeles and neighboring counties for her integr
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Stewart Humpherys Molin & Griffith, LLP
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Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award in Contracts. Author: "Contingency Fee Contracts," Butte County Bar Journal, Contributor to Owens Forms of Pleading Practice, 1983. Lecturer, Butte County Child Abuse Council, 1976 and 1986. Butte County Delegate to California State Bar Convention, 1986 and 1987. Fellow: American Academy of Trial Counsel.
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Nicholas E. Schaefer
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Deputy District Attorney, 13th Judicial District, Sterling, Colorado, 1994-1995. Judge: Iliff Municipal Court, Iliff, Colorado, 1999-2000; Sterling Municipal Court, Sterling, Colorado, 2001; Fleming Municipal Court, Fleming, Colorado, 2004. Town Attorney: Iliff, Colorado, 2000-2002; Fleming, Colorado, 2001-2003; Akron, Colorado, 2002—.
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Cohn & Swartzon, P.C.
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Employer-sponsored wellness programs that include help with nutrition, incentives to exercise, or smoking cessation are available to a third of private sector workers. Almost half of private sector workers have access to an employee assistance plan (EAP), which provides psychological counseling or referral services. Data from the NCS can shed light on what groups of workers have these benefits and how their availability has changed in recent years.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
The percentage of private industry establishments offering health care benefits to their employees has remained steady over the past several years, ranging from 60 to 63 percent. And while cost shifting from employer to employee is a common way that employers reduce their costs for health benefits, NCS data show that over the past several years the share of medical plan premiums paid by employers in private industry has remained roughly 80 percent for individual worker coverage and 70 percent for family coverage.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Between 2005 and 2010, access to EAPs among all workers in private industry ranged from 40 to 45 percent, and access to wellness programs ranged from 23 to 31 percent.
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