Category: Law 

Is CBD Oil Really Legal in All 50 States?

With recreational marijuana legalized in nine US states, and medical marijuana available in 30, the cultivation, processing, and sale of cannabis and cannabis-related products has become a multibillion dollar industry. This nationwide exposure and growing acceptance of cannabis also has had an incredibly positive effect on the popularity and sales of derivative products, including CBD

The Right Details for the Right Investment Now

Individuals who acquire a second nationality by investing are not obliged to renounce their existing citizenship according to Maltese law. Malta has no restrictions on the possession of dual nationality, in fact the national citizenship act specifically provides that dual citizenship of Malta is permitted, but your current country of citizenship may have restrictions that

Do I Need to Report a Car Accident to ICBC?  

Calling car accidents disorienting is a bit of an understatement. In the moments following an accident, you’re jarred, confused, and probably a little panicked. With all the commotion going on around you, it’s difficult to think straight. You start to get a little overwhelmed. You don’t know whom to call, and you don’t know what

What Are ICBC Accident Benefits?

What is the ICBC? Essentially, it’s who you need to contact immediately after a car accident. ICBC stands for “Insurance Corporation of British Columbia,” and they provide basic insurance to all vehicles registered in British Columbia. Keep reading for some notable ICBC accident benefits. All parties involved are eligible for accident benefits   Just after

Creating a Website for Your Law Firm

When you own a business, the most important thing that you need to do is to promote it and get the name out to as many potential clients as possible. Retail businesses can do this by advertising in local newspapers and using the internet to showcase their wares. However, for legal practices, this is not

What is an Asbestos Trust Fund?

Prior to the 1970s, many companies that manufactured or sold asbestos products were aware of the potential risk of asbestos exposure but neglected to inform their employees and the public.  After the dangers became widely known and victims of asbestos-related illnesses came forward, several of these companies, unable to pay judgements against them, filed for