Four Effective Measures To Mitigate Losses Associated With Cyber Crime

Posted on: 12 August 2017

Reports of devastating forms of cyber-crimes are constantly on the news. If your business hasn't been attacked, then adopt the following measures ASAP to ensure the situation stays that way: Back Up Your Data Having one set of data is dangerous because you will be at the criminals' mercy when they come for you. If you have more than one set of data, it's nearly impossible for all of them to be breached simultaneously.
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What Makes A Breach Of Contract Be Considered "Material?"

Posted on: 2 August 2017

A material breach of contract occurs when a party to a contract violates the contract in a major way that defeats the purpose of a contract. A material breach contrasts with a non-material breach in which the violation is minor and the contract can still be salvaged. Here are the things you can use to prove a material breach: The Breaching Party's Actions Are Unreliable You can also use the breaching party's actions from the time the contract was signed to the time you suspected a breach to prove that it is material.
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4 Things You Should Know About Being Pulled Over For A DUI

Posted on: 25 July 2017

A DUI can be a serious charge. It can affect your permanent record and can even result in your license being taken away and perhaps jail time. This is why it is important that you know how to act and what to do in the case that you are pulled over for a DUI. Here are some tips. 1. Don't Volunteer Information When the officer pulls you over they may not even ask you questions; they might just take your license and registration.
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Child Support Modification: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 12 July 2017

It isn't uncommon for your circumstances to change in life. After you get separated or divorced, you may be required to pay child support. However, this doesn't mean that the amount that you are initially ordered to pay by the court is set in stone forever. It is possible to go back to court and request a modification. This modification may be temporary or permanent, depending on the exact circumstances and reasoning.
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