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Trends in International Law – German Lawyer Christian Thier Publishes Online Course

trends in international law - german american law

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] International Legal Trends Course - German-US, Swiss-US, and Austria-US Issues Attorney Carl-Christian Thier published a continuing legal education course outlining current trends in international law. He focuses primarily on US-German, US-Austrian and US-Swiss legal issues. U.S. companies are often not aware of the legal landscape in Europe and law practices may be called on to give them guidance as they establish themselves abroad. Attorney Thier discusses domestic and foreign litigation, international laws that should be considered in each situation. He also covers how U.S. judgements are handled internationally. Other important factors such as double taxation and treaties that impact legislature and...

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Litigation Associate Position

LITIGATION ATTORNEY, International law firm is searching for a litigation attorney for its Orlando, Florida office. Area of expertise: Personal Injury and Commercial Litigation cases (at least 5 years of experience). Successful candidate will be a hard worker with well-developed writing, communication, analytical, research and advocacy skills, as well as superior academics from a top tier law school. Florida Bar admission is a must. Send cover letter and resume in confidence to career(*at*)urbanthier.com....

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Buying Real Estate in the United States, Part II: Closings

Buying Real Estate in the United States, Part II: Closings Part II: Closings on residential properties Once a potential buyer located a property in the US which he/she wishes to buy, the next step is to enter into a contract. If the purchase is for example to take place in the state of Florida, the Florida Bar and Florida Board of Realtors have prepared a standard form contract for residential property which is widely used and which contains clauses which are generally considered more balanced than other sample forms of contracts. ...

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Pre-Construction Contract Termination and Deposit Return Litigation

Pre-Construction Contract Termination and Deposit Return Litigation The law firm of Urban Thier & Federer, P.A., continues to represent clients throughout the United States and Europe who wish to terminate their pre-construction contracts and purchase agreements for condominiums and homes located in the Central Florida area and to receive back their deposits. The firm is most active in the Greater Orlando area (throughout Orange and Osceola County, Florida). ...

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Lake Buena Vista Resort, Lake Buena Vista, FL

Lake Buena Vista Resort, LLC – Lake Buena Vista, Florida Urban Thier & Federer, P.A., has represented and continues to represent a number of purchaser clients in the Lake Buena Vista Resort development who are seeking to terminate their Condominium Purchase Agreement/contract and recover their deposits. Lake Buena Vista Resort, LLC, is planned for a total of 12 buildings, of which only five have been built. Urban Thier & Federer, P.A., is accepting cases for purchaser clients in the Lake Buena Vista Resort development who have contracted to purchase a condominium unit, but who have not taken ownership (have not closed...

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Aqualea Residences, a Condominium

Aqualea Residences, a Condominium a/k/a Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort, Clearwater, Florida Urban Thier & Federer, P.A., is accepting cases to represent purchaser clients who have contracted with Crystal Beach Capital, LLC, a Florida limited liability company, to purchase a condominium unit in the Aqualea Residences (a/k/a Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort) development and who have not taken ownership (have not closed on the purchase) of their unit(s). The property consists of 250 condo-hotel suites, which all appear to have been completed after the Purchase Agreement’s estimated completion date. ...

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Bahama Bay II Condominium/Resort by Maesbury Homes, Inc.

Bahama Bay II Condominium/Resort by Maesbury Homes, Inc. Bahama Bay II Condominium/Resort – Update Bahama Bay II Condominium/ Resort – Foreclosure Update Urban Thier & Federer, P.A., continues to accept and represent clients seeking representation against Maesbury Homes, Inc., in the Bahama Bay II development (Bahama Bay, a Condominium, also known as Bahama Bay Resort). The firm is representing purchasers who signed an Agreement for Sale with Maesbury Homes, Inc., for the purchase of a condominium unit in the Bahama Bay II development and who have NOT yet taken ownership of their contracted for unit. The firm is not representing purchasers in the...

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Recent Amendments to the Law: Alimony and Child Support, Military Personnel and Child Abduction

Recent Amendments to the Law: Alimony and Child Support, Military Personnel and Child Abduction You will see significant changes in the law affecting both alimony and child support in 2010 and 2011. Many of these changes may affect your child support and alimony claims, and may also warrant modification of existing orders affecting your rights and obligations to pay support into the future....

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The Basics of Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Cases in the United States

The Basics of Personal Injury or Wrongful Death Cases in the United States Personal injury and wrongful death cases focus primarily on liability (who was at fault) and damages (how severe is the injury and what are the financial consequences of the injury or death). Liability: Liability is the determination of who is at fault for an injury or death. Many times more than one party is at fault. For example, in an automobile accident case, the client/injured party, another driver, vehicles owners, and others may all be at least partially liable or at fault for an accident. As another example,...

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Damages and Compensation in United States Based Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Cases

Damages and Compensation in United States based Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases The law cannot heal injuries or bring back a deceased loved one. However, in the United States the law can and does provide financial compensation to those who have been injured or killed due to the negligence or fault of another. Once liability has been found, the law seeks to compensate the injured person, or deceased’s estate, for all aspects of damages, both to property and person....

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Liability in United States Based Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Cases

Liability in United States based Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases At its basic level, liability means that someone (or an entity) is answerable or responsible to compensate or provide restitution to another. In most cases, a defendant will have insured against this liability or risk by paying an independent insurance company to provide insurance coverage. As a result, most personal injury and wrongful death cases are defended by attorneys who are paid in full or in part by the insurance company, not the liable party/defendant....

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