Medical-Only L&I Claims and Workers’ Compensation Claims in Washington State

What is a “medical only” workers’ comp claim? As the name suggests, when an L&I claim is medical-only, then L&I or the self-insured employer only pays for medical expenses. Therefore, you don’t receive other benefits such as time-loss compensation, loss of earning power, or permanent partial disability. You also can’t get total permanent disability or… Continue reading Medical-Only L&I Claims and Workers’ Compensation Claims in Washington State

Why the Law Was Designed to Favour Tenants at the Expense of Their Landlords

Once upon a time, before the advent of modern legislation regulating Landlord and Tenant relations, Tenants were at the mercy of their Landlords who wielded and exercised excessive powers over them. Then, the Landlord had the power to unilaterally increase rent and the Tenant was not in a position to question the increment however arbitrary,… Continue reading Why the Law Was Designed to Favour Tenants at the Expense of Their Landlords

Defending Copyrights – Challenges With First to Publish Proof in the Information Age

Just because you wrote something and put one of those little C’s at the bottom of the page, and claim the copyright, doesn’t mean that you won’t find challenges in our information age. After all, you might write something, put it on a website or blog somewhere, perhaps an obscure place, or perhaps you may… Continue reading Defending Copyrights – Challenges With First to Publish Proof in the Information Age

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What Is Patent Infringement?

The objective of filing a patent is generally to assert control of one’s creation or procedure so that you can manage its usage. But, surprisingly often, other people fail to give courtesy to the product creator and unlawfully use their branded components to aid their own objectives. The arguments on the subject of patent violation… Continue reading What Is Patent Infringement?

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Criminals With Computers

The phrase ‘cyber warfare’ appears as if it is ubiquitous at present. With the recent shocking Stuxnet attack, and attacks on a range of government sites across the globe, a number of observers have warned that we are heading into a new era of conflict. Some critics, on the other hand, argue that this couldn’t… Continue reading Criminals With Computers

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