Признание Решения Иностранного Суда на Территории США | LAWSTACHE LAW FIRM | 1.1

Признание Решения Иностранного Суда на Территории США | LAWSTACHE LAW FIRM | 1.1

LAWSTACHE LAW FIRM – юридическая фирма специализирующаяся на оказании помощи частным и государственным структурам, а также частным лицам, ведущим бизнес между Российской Федерацией и Соединенными Штатами. Юридическая фирма LAWSTACHE LAW FIRM представляет финансовые учреждения, которые стремятся признать и привесьти в исполнение иностранное судебное решение на территории США. Наличие решения от суда США означает что ваша Read more about Признание Решения Иностранного Суда на Территории США | LAWSTACHE LAW FIRM | 1.1[…]

Does driving a car in ONE state with registration tags from ANOTHER make you a suspicious person?

Does driving a car in ONE state with registration tags from ANOTHER make you a suspicious person?

Does driving a car in ONE state with registration tags from ANOTHER make you a suspicious person? In this case, Vasquez was a citizen of Colorado, driving alone on Interstate 70 from Colorado through Kansas, in the middle of the night, in a recently purchased, older-model car. We hope Vasquez was driving this wood-paneled war wagon, Read more about Does driving a car in ONE state with registration tags from ANOTHER make you a suspicious person?[…]

Bank can’t pursue in San Diego a $31M judgment from foreign court.

Bank can’t pursue in San Diego a $31M judgment from foreign court.

Anton Vialtsin, managing partner of Lawstache Law Firm in San Diego, represented Yakovlev. “Yakovlev was able to show the court … that there was no evidence that the Russian court ever attempted to serve him with process, and that telegrams that were sent to his former home (and returned undelivered) did not contain sufficient information Read more about Bank can’t pursue in San Diego a $31M judgment from foreign court.[…]

Judge Tosses Russian Bank’s Suit Seeking $30M from Former Tycoon

Judge Tosses Russian Bank’s Suit Seeking $30M from Former Tycoon

Johnson and co-counsel Anton Vialtsin, of San Diego’s Delicino & Vialtsin, argued that the Russian court never had personal jurisdiction over Yakovlev because he had never been properly notified; that he had never been afforded a chance to raise a defense; and that the Russian litigation “was incompatible with the requirements of due process of Read more about Judge Tosses Russian Bank’s Suit Seeking $30M from Former Tycoon[…]

FBI versus Apple, the most significant privacy case of our lifetime?

FBI versus Apple, the most significant privacy case of our lifetime?

The intensifying dispute between federal law enforcement officials and Apple executives over access to the encrypted iPhone of one of the San Bernardino murderers may turn out to be one of the most significant privacy cases of our time. But it is still only one example of the broader national debate, in court and in Read more about FBI versus Apple, the most significant privacy case of our lifetime?[…]

Why African-Americans don’t trust the courts, and why it matters.

Why African-Americans don’t trust the courts, and why it matters.

“Look at O.J. … If He Had a Public Defender, He’d be in Jail.” “My interview script included questions about the 1995 Simpson trial at the end of the interview. In the majority of cases, I did not get to those questions before the respondents, both black and white, raised Simpson’s murder acquittal as an Read more about Why African-Americans don’t trust the courts, and why it matters.[…]

The most important issue in the next presidential election will be who will fill the Supreme Court vacancies.

Since 1960, the average age of a Supreme Court justice leaving the bench is 79 years old, Justice Scalia’s age at the time of his death. Three other justices will be 79 or older in 2017, the year in which the next President is inaugurated. The most important issue in the next presidential election should Read more about The most important issue in the next presidential election will be who will fill the Supreme Court vacancies.[…]

Who will replace Scalia?

The unexpected passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia immediately set lawyers and politicians talking about who would get the nod from President Barack Obama to fill Scalia’s slot. Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/02/antonin-scalia-replacement-219271#ixzz40G9PI63x