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Blog Posts in September, 2017

Understanding Limits on Presidential Power

Can presidents do what ever they want to while in office? In today's article, Brendan Bukalski with Ask the Lawyer discusses "executive priviliage" and how this applies to the president: ...
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Can Anyone Lay Claim to Wild Animals?

To begin, animals, like it or not, are treated as personal property. There are lots of ways in which a person can lose or gain title to personal property. In today's article, Brendan Bukalski with ...
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Firearms & FOID Cards: Practical Problems Seeking a FOID Card When Subject to a Federal Firearms Prohibition

Firearms & FOID Cards: Practical Problems Seeking a FOID Card When Subject to a Federal Firearms Prohibition Certain events will result in a firearms prohibition that causes the loss of one's ...
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Understanding How "Specific Performance" Works

Specific performance is essentially a court mandate that someone performs what he or she was supposed to do under an agreement, or else face some kind of legal consequence, usually contempt of court. ...
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Firearms & FOID Cards: Restoring Firearm Rights & Getting Your FOID Card Back

Certain events will result in a firearms prohibition that causes the loss of one's FOID Card. Events that give rise to a firearm prohibition—and the loss of one's FOID Card—are ...
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When Promises in a Contract are Insufficient

In instances in which a person or company already has a pre-existing legal duty to do or not do something, a promise given in the form of a modification of a contract or a new contract (to perform ...
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