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  Agent (law)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
An Agent in Commercial Law is a person who is authorised to act on behalf of another (called the Principal) to create a legal relationship with a Third Party.
The Agent's primary fiduciary duty is to be loyal to the Principal.
Agents can represent the interests of more than one Principal, conflicting or potentially conflicting, only on the basis of full and timely disclosure or where the different agencies are based on a limited form of authority to prevent a situation where the Agent's loyalty to the any one of the multiple Principals is compromised.
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 Articles Category: Lemon Law - Articles-Submit.Com | Article Search | Submit Articles | Free Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
It is usually kith or kin who contacts the bail agent for the release of the defendant through a bail bond.
Private international law is a sector of international law that oversees all legal entanglements that involve foreign law elements.
Forensics is defined as the study of evidence found at a crime scene and used in a court of law.
www.articles-submit.com /Category/Lemon-Law/73   (2457 words)

 20/10 Direct - Permission-based eCommunication Solutions
This law applies to messages sent from a computer located in Rhode Island and to messages sent into the state, if the sender had reason to know that the recipient was a Rhode Island resident or the recipient had previously submitted an opt-out request to the sender.
The law applies if a message is sent from within Washington; if the sender knows that the recipient is a Washington resident; or if the registrant of the domain name contained in the recipient's address will confirm upon request that the recipient is a Washington resident.
A law enacted in March of 1999 makes it illegal to send unsolicited bulk e-mail messages in violation of a provider's policies that use a third party's domain name without permission, misrepresent the point of origin or other routing information, have a false or misleading subject line, or contain sexually explicit materials.
www.2010direct.com /spamlaws.asp   (2135 words)

 SPECIAL ETHICS LAW MEMO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Answer:  The Law provides two options in these situations where a contribution is received from a PAC that has received funds from an applicant or agent.
Answer:  The agent’s chairing meeting to plan a fundraising event would not be considered a contribution/payment unless “volunteering this service” were to be considered an “in kind” campaign contribution.
Answer:  If an applicant or agent has made a contribution to the PAC within the 36-month period and the PAC makes a contribution to the member during the 36-month period, the member may not vote unless the money is returned to the PAC or the PAC returns the money to the applicant or agent.
ethics.gov.state.md.us /pgzoning   (2464 words)

 Email Spam Laws   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The law applies to messages sent from outside the state if the sender knows that the recipient is a North Dakota resident, or if that information is available upon request from the registrant of the domain name contained in the recipient's e-mail address.
An Ohio law approved in August 2002 requires unsolicited commercial e-mail messages to contain the sender's name, address, and e-mail address, along with opt-out instructions, and requires senders to honor out-out requests; these requirements do not apply to messages sent based upon a "direct referral" from another person.
The law applies to messages sent from outside Wyoming if the sender knows that the recipient is a resident of Wyoming or a jurisdiction with a similar law, or if that information is available upon request from the registrant of the domain name contained in the recipient's e-mail address.
www.mass-emailer.com /bulk_email_info.html   (2775 words)

 Police and detectives
Law enforcement officers, some of whom are State or Federal special agents or inspectors, perform these duties in a variety of ways, depending on the size and type of their organization.
To be considered for appointment as an FBI agent, an applicant must be a graduate of an accredited law school or a college graduate with one of the following: a major in accounting, electrical engineering, or information technology; fluency in a foreign language; or three years of related full-time work experience.
Furthermore, law enforcement officers in many agencies may retire with a pension after 25 or 30 years of service, allowing them to pursue a second career while still in their 40s or 50s.
www.bls.gov /oco/ocos160.htm   (3926 words)

 Michigan AGENT: Law
In this light, agents should maintain the highest levels of caution when preparing and issuing certificates, in that any errors may not be binding on the insurer.
The court also determined that the acts of the agent were not binding on the insurer.
Again, the court disagreed, stating that the independent agent was the legal agent of the insured, not the insurer.
www.michagent.org /publications/magazine/june/law.htm   (687 words)

 Agent denies Law fled from officers - The Boston Globe
The agent for Patriots cornerback Ty Law yesterday denied allegations that Law led police on a foot chase through the South Beach section of Miami Beach early Saturday morning, which led to his arrest on misdemeanor charges of failure to obey an officer and resisting an officer without violence.
Law obeyed, but, the report alleges, he pulled off, forcing a second officer to follow his vehicle.
Police say Law then ran off and after the officers caught him, told them not to touch him "because he is a professional athlete." Law was taken into custody and released several hours later from Dade County Jail on $1,500 cash bond.
www.boston.com /sports/football/patriots/articles/2004/04/20/agent_denies_law_fled_from_officers   (361 words)

 Sports Agents :: State of Nevada Athlete Agent Law
A contractual relationship between a student athlete and a sports agent must be in writing, signed by the student-athlete and the athlete agent, notarized by a notary public, and contain a warning regarding the possible loss of eligibility.
The student-athlete may rescind the contract by providing the sports agent with written notice within 20 days of signing the contract or within 20 days after notice of the contractual relationship is received by the president, athletic director, and head coach of the institution the student-athlete is attending.
A sports agent who enters into a contractual relationship with a student-athlete must give notice of such contract within three days to the representatives of the school the student-athlete is attending.
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 Agent confirms Law's physical - The Boston Globe
Ty Law's agent, Carl Poston, said his client took a physical for the Patriots last week, but there have been no substantive talks between the two parties about a contract.
Law also took a physical for the Titans last Thursday, and has been in regular contact with Chiefs coach Herman Edwards.
Poston said the Chiefs, Patriots, Titans, and Seahawks all remain in the hunt for Law's services, though no formal offer has been made by any team and Law is under no pressure to make a decision soon.
www.boston.com /sports/football/patriots/articles/2006/05/16/agent_confirms_laws_physical   (334 words)

 Colorado Association of Libraries - Intellectual Freedom Committee - USA Patriot Act - Law Enforcement Inquiries
Even before 9-11, increased visits to libraries by law enforcement agents, including officers of county sheriffs departments and FBI agents, were raising considerable concern among the public and the library community.
Confidential library records should not be released or made available in any format to a federal agent, law enforcement officer or other person unless a court order in proper form has been entered by a court of competent jurisdiction after showing good cause by the law enforcement agency or person seeking the records.
They should understand that it is lawful to refer the agent or officer to an administrator in charge of the library, and that they do not need to respond immediately to any request.
www.cal-webs.org /if_patriot2.html   (1049 words)

 Louisiana Agent Laws   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Athlete Agent -A person who, directly or indirectly, recruits or solicits an athlete to enter into an agent contract or professional sports services contract with that person, or who for a fee procures, offers, promises, or attempts to obtain employment for an athlete with a professional sports team.
Agent Contract -Any contract or agreement under which an athlete authorizes an athlete agent to negotiate or solicit on behalf of the athlete with one or more professional sports teams for the employment of the athlete by one or more professional sports teams.
-A registered athlete agent may send an athlete written materials relating to the professional credentials of the agent or to specific services offered by the agent relating to the representation of an athlete in the marketing of an athlete’s athletic ability or reputation.
www.ncaa.org /agents/louisiana.html   (920 words)

 OSBA - Law You Can Use
An agent also may be part of an international sports representation firm that handles all contractual and financial matters for the athlete.
If your agent is a lawyer, he or she must follow and adhere to the Code of Professional Responsibility (a set of ethical regulations and disciplinary rules typically adopted and enforced by state supreme courts).
In Ohio, athlete agents must register with the Ohio Athletic Commission and use specific language in the athlete-agent contract making it clear that, by signing the contract, the athlete may lose his or her eligibility.
www.ohiobar.org /pub/lycu/index.asp?articleid=305   (854 words)

 Florida Agent Registration Law -- Selected Provisions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
(1) "Agent contract" means a contract or agreement in which a student athlete authorizes an athlete agent to represent the student in the marketing of the student's athletic ability or athletic reputation.
(1) An athlete agent and a student athlete who enter into an agent contract must provide written notice of the contract to the athletic director or the president of the college or university in which the student athlete is enrolled.
An athlete agent may obtain continuing education from approved lectures, study clubs, higher education courses, convention sessions, teaching, or from attendance (except as a respondent) at departmental athlete agent rulemaking or disciplinary hearings.
www.sportslawnews.com /archive/statutes/FloridaAgentlaw.htm   (1660 words)

 Army agent questions law students - University
The organizer of an Islamic law conference at UT Law School is questioning whether ethnic discrimination brought a Special Agent for Army Intelligence to campus Monday.
Law student Liz Stephenson said she was intimidated when Treesh began questioning her and others in the office of the Texas Journal of Women and the Law.
Treesh tried unsuccessfully to reach the conference organizer, law student Sahar Aziz, who said since it was an open conference, she had no roster of attendees.
www.dailytexanonline.com /news/2004/02/12/University/Army-Agent.Questions.Law.Students-605345.shtml   (522 words)

 Agent (law) - guideofcasinos.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Universal Agents hold broad authority to act on behalf of the Principal, e.g.
Special Agents are authorised to conduct either only a single transaction or a specified series of transactions over a limited period of time.
Actual authority arises where the Principal's words or conduct reasonably cause the Agent to believe that he or she has been authorised to act.
www.guideofcasinos.com /Agent_%28law%29.html   (810 words)

 Biological Agent Registry
The registry is a list of specified biological agents, along with the names of laboratories and other facilities that use and keep those materials.
The registry is intended for those who keep biological agents for extended periods of time and exempts those who possess the substances in the course of certain types of testing or analysis for short periods of time.
Those not required to report to the registry are persons who detect or use a listed biological agent during environmental or clinical analysis for the purpose of diagnosing disease, epidemiological surveillance, exposure assessment, reference, or for verification or proficiency testing.
www.epi.state.nc.us /epi/bioagent/faq.html   (962 words)

 Estate Agent Law in The AnswerBank: Law
When you go with an agent you sign a contract with them and what you have stated should be listed so you should check the contract you signed with them.
Look at the agreement you signed with the first agent but you will almost certainly find that it says something like they have 12 weeks to introduce a client that eventually buys your house.
So SOLD means, the day when that client puts an offer to the agent that you decide to accept and later leads to contract exchange.
www.theanswerbank.co.uk /Law/Question298018.html   (677 words)

 Allen E. Kaye: New York Attorney, US Immigration Law, Citizenship, Naturalization, Visa
If the warrant is for your premises, you cannot stop law enforcement agents from conducting the search, however, you should still assert that you do not consent to the search, as this will limit the search to what is specified in the warrant.
If a law enforcement agent asks for any of your documents or for your computer, access to your computer, or for anything else, check to see that the item that they have requested is listed in the warrant.
A common tactic used by law enforcement agents is to assert that it is "unpatriotic" not to answer questions or that individuals with nothing to hide would cooperate.
www.kayevisalaw.com /patriotic.act.html   (1742 words)

 Careers: Law: Patent Agent Opportunities
I can help you with ideas about what law schools or paralegal programs might be right for you, about what colleges courses to take as a pre-law student, and about non-traditional ways to break into the legal support roles.
I think that client work without a JD as a patent agent on an "indie" basis is more dicey, but I'll bet somebody out there is doing it.
But I really think you need on the job training, at least 3 years in a law firm as a patent agent, and ideally another 3 in law school (you'll just do better as a lawyer financially, and you have great IP schools in N CA), to really thrive.
en.allexperts.com /q/Careers-Law-1482/Patent-Agent-Opportunities.htm   (856 words)

 NY SHCA New York Healthcare Proxy Law
Unless your agent reasonably knows your wishes about artificial nutrition and hydration (nourishment and water provided by a feeding tube or intravenous line), he or she will not be allowed to refuse or consent to those measures for you.
Before appointing someone as your health care agent, discuss it with him or her to make sure that he or she is willing to act as your agent.
If you select a doctor as your agent, he or she may have to choose between acting as your agent or as your attending doctor; a physician cannot do both at the same time.
nyshca.org /NYProxyLaw.html   (3407 words)

 Vietnam looks to win Agent Orange law suit - Knowmore
MILLIONS OF GALLONS U.S. forces sprayed an estimated 20 million gallons of herbicides, including Agent Orange, in Vietnam between 1962 and 1971 to deny food and jungle cover to the Vietnamese communists, but the chemical remained in the water and soil decades later.
Agent Orange, named after the colour of its containers, is blamed for nightmarish birth defects in Vietnam where babies appeared with two heads or without eyes or arms.
Dioxin, the toxic compound in Agent Orange, has been shown to cause cancer, birth defects and organ dysfunction.
www.knowmore.org /index.php/Vietnam_looks_to_win_Agent_Orange_law_suit   (573 words)

 Home of Solomon, Saltsman & Jamieson, Legal Help Live, California law firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, alcohol beverage ...
Law Offices of Solomon, Saltsman & Jamieson, P.C., located near Los Angeles, California, represent clients in administrative law, alcoholic beverage control hearings, civil Litigation and trial, personal injury, business disputes, employment law - employee and employer, government relations, land use planning, constitutional law, gaming, and appellate law.
The Law Offices of Solomon, Saltsman and Jamieson also provide civil litigation including business litigation and personal injury.
Law Offices of Solomon, Saltsman and Jamieson, P.C., located near Los Angeles, California, represent clients in administrative law, alcoholic beverage control hearings, civil Litigation and trial, personal injury, business disputes, employment law - employee and employer, government relations, land use planning, constitutional law, gaming, and appellate law.
www.ssjlaw.com   (394 words)

 Mexico Law Real Estate
There was an attempt by myself (Vernon Penner) to set up a real estate agent licensing and education mechanism in the state of Sonora in Mexico (and hopefully later elsewhere in Mexico) to provide protection to the consumer public and regularize the sometimes seemingly uncontrolled attitudes of some agents.
Regulations for the new law will be submitted within 45 days of the of effective date of the law, after which date agents have three months to register.
Generally, the deposit is not tied to an escrow agreement with a third party acting as the escrow agent, and commonly it goes directly into the bank account of the agent.
www.mexicolaw.com /LawInfo16.htm   (9730 words)

 ALA | Confidentiality and Coping with Law Enforcement Inquiries
Increased visits to libraries by law enforcement agents, including FBI agents and officers of state, county, and municipal police departments, are raising considerable concern among the public and the library community.
Law enforcement visits aside, be aware that library operating procedures have an impact on confidentiality.
While most law enforcement officers will cooperate with a library's request to allow counsel to examine the warrant, it is possible that an officer will refuse to delay his or her search.
www.ala.org /oif/ifissues/lawenforcementinquiries   (2069 words)

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