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[Q&A] Do I Really Have to Give up My Inheritance Share as other Korean heirs allege?

Q) My mother passed away a few months ago. There was no will. She was a Korean citizen and her husband too. All two children live in US. 495 more words

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Fighting Back Against OIG Investigations (But Losing)

By Sara Kropf

Office of Inspector General—or OIG—investigations can have wide reaching consequences. I’ve written before about the lack of procedural fairness surrounding these investigations. 1,322 more words

Civil Case

David Ganek’s Valiant Effort to “Fight the Power” Fizzles—Where’s the Remedy When Law Enforcement Lies?

I’ve written several times before about hedge fund owner David Ganek’s groundbreaking lawsuit against federal agents and prosecutors in New York. See my posts here… 1,376 more words

Appeal

Better Right of Possession Over the Subject Property: The Case of Villanueva vs. Perez

Article 525 of the New Civil Code provides: “ The possession of things or rights may be had in one of two concepts: either in the concept of owner; or in that of the holder of the thing or right to keep or enjoy it, the ownership pertaining to another person.” 69 more words

Remedial Law

Josh Harrellson civil suit offers lesson for pro athletes: 'Watch your back'

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Former Kentucky Wildcats on the front end of their professional basketball careers acknowledged an opportunity to learn from the recent Josh Harrellson civil case. 578 more words

SEC News

[Case Report] Attorney Wonil Chung Wins for Expat's Korean Severance Entitlement - Foreign Employers Cannot Circumvent Severance Liability through a Contract Manipulation

There are so many foreign expats working in Korea.  As you know well, Korean labor law recognizes a severance liability of all employers in Korea regardless of the size of their business and also the nationality of the employee(check… 675 more words

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