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Appurtenance Something that, although detached, stands as part of another thing. Used often in a real estate context where an "appurtenance" may be, for example, a right-of-way over water, which is part of the legal rights of the owner of another property.
Arbitration The procedure by which a dispute may be resolved by a person who is not a judge. Arbitration is often used to limit legal costs to both parties.
Arbitrator A person who conducts an arbitration.
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Law Offices of Robert S. Cooper
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 Mr. Cooper is a litigation and trial attorney based in Los Angeles with a diverse litigation practice. His law firm, the Law Offices of Robert S. Cooper, features a practice emphasizing management-side labor and employment law and employment litigation, as well as business litigation, construction litigation and maritime law, and defense of product liability and catastrophic injury cases. During the last 18 years, Mr. Cooper has tried employment law and catastrophic injury cases on behalf of F
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Larson & Gaston, LLP
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Victor Cosentino focuses his efforts in the areas of commercial and business litigation, transportation law, contract negotiation and transactions, business counseling, and copyright, trademark, and trade secret law. In 1985, Mr. Cosentino received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Arizona. He received his Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law in San Diego in 1992, graduating Magna Cum Laude. His published law review article, Strategic Lawsuit Against Publi
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Archer Norris A Professional Law Corporation
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Member, McAuliffe Law Honor Society. Attorney, San Joaquin County Public Defender's Office, 1974-1979. Judge Pro Tem, State of California, Office of Administrative Hearings, (1995-2001). Arbitrator, Alameda Superior Court. Hearing Officer: American Arbitration Association. San Francisco Employees Retirement System; Alameda County Employees Retirement Association. Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association.
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Narrative Bio: A California native, Mr. Papp was born and raised in Orange County. Immediately out of high school, Mr. Papp learned the trade of tile and marble setting. After working on custom and tract homes as well as commercial projects for a number of years, Mr. Papp partnered with his brother, Jeffrey Papp, also a tile contractor, and formed a small family contracting business. While Mr. Papp's brother has remained in the industry for more than twenty years, Mr. Papp went back to college,
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Woodruff, Spradlin & Smart A Professional Corporation
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Practice Areas: Public Agency Law | Transportation Ken Smart has been the Managing Director of Woodruff, Spradlin and Smart since 1988. Mr. Smart has served as the General Counsel to the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and its predecessor agency since 1977. He has also served the Riverside Transit Agency as General Counsel since 1977 and has been the General Counsel for the Regional Center of Orange County since 1991. Mr. Smart received his undergraduate degree from the University
An injury resulting from a car accident occurs approximately every 14 seconds somewhere in the U.S.
Twenty percent of women felt nervous for all, most, or some of the time during the 30 days prior to the interview compared with 15% of men. Similarly, women were more likely to feel restless all, most, or some of the time during the 30 days prior to the interview than were men.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
The mileage death rate for motorcycle riders was 37 times greater than that for passenger car occupants in 2007.
National Safety Council Injury Facts 2010 Edition
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