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Plumbing to Prevent Domestic Hot Water Scalds

April 16, 2008     By Ron George Design & Consulting Services
There are two types of hazards from domestic hot water systems: scalding and thermal shock. In the last few decades, the plumbing industry has come a long way in protecting people from these hazards.

Law Firm Strategy

April 14, 2008     By Patrick J. McKenna
A couple of years back I was invited to author a brief, highly pragmatic and regular 250-word snippet for the ABA’s Law Practice Magazine addressing the strategic issues that law firms face on a continuing basis.

Law Firm Leadership

April 14, 2008     By Patrick J. McKenna
Drawen from surveys, discussions and interviews with managing partners, here are six 'thought starters' to reflect upon with respect to your leadership style and approach.

Independent Report Concerning Mediation and the Mediation Profession in Romania

April 14, 2008     By Zeno Daniel Sustac
The amicable conflict solving between two or more parties, a procedure successfully employed in the USA and Europe, has determined the romanian society to perceive the advantages of the alternative means of conflict solving.

Mediation in the Romanian Criminal Law

April 14, 2008     By Zeno Daniel Sustac
The Romanian lawgiver has applied mediation to the field of Criminal Law. Articles 67-70 in the Law 192/2006 comprise special provisions regarding mediation in the criminal cases, thus paying special attention to mediation in this field.

The Lawyer Marketing Plan - 5 Key Components

April 9, 2008     By Web Smart Lawyer
A marketing plan should be one of the first items a new lawyer develops to support his or her career. But what makes up such a plan? What components need to be in place to ensure success? In this article, we will examine the five key components of cost, immediacy, audience, mix and testing.

Admissible Evidence

April 9, 2008     By Ispirian Computer Forensics
Computer forensic techniques must ensure that data collected during electronic discovery can be used as evidence in a court of law.

Construction Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

March 27, 2008     By The Windsor Consulting Group, Inc.
There are so many different types of building construction performed daily throughout the world. Some constructions involve building high rise structures while others involve roadways and tunnels. Most people understand the inherent hazards and construction safety but what about the latent effects from solvent vapor and dust exposures.

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

March 21, 2008     By Steven N. Shapse, Ph.D.
The "bible" of diagnoses, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition-Text Revision, known as the DSM-IV-TR and published by the American Psychiatric Association is extensively used by psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and most other mental health professionals in the U.S., Canada and abroad to provide a common nomenclature for diagnostic purposes and for communicating about mental disorders.

Forensic Psychological Assessment

March 21, 2008     By Steven N. Shapse, Ph.D.
Psychological assessment is an invaluable and inestimable tool in the understanding of individual uniqueness. A comprehensive assessment helps explain the connection between psychological functioning and behavior. To be comprehensive, an assessment needs to examine a range of psychological factors.

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