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DUI and Traffic Stops: What Constitutes ‘Reasonable Suspicion’?

The laws that surround driving under the influence (DUI) offenses have always been tricky. Up until now, certain parts of it still merit some controversy. For one, federal laws condone the presence of DUI checkpoints, while Texas and a handful of other states find the idea unconstitutional. We need not go far to find a...

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Your Employees: Are They Tangible or Intangible Assets?

In your business, you would know that your assets fall into two categories: tangible and intangible assets. But what about your employees? The question whether employees are tangible, intangible, or even assets at all is a tricky one. Tangible vs Intangible Legal consultants such as AssetProtectionAtty.com define tangible assets as things you can convert to...

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Coping with Abandoner Issues

For the SEO industry, the only happy ending is a conversion. This isn’t always the case, though, as some visits end up as a bounce. These missed opportunities don’t really sting, since many of the bouncers are just wrong clicks, and had no intention of converting anyway. The bigger concern are the users who were...

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