The Teach Act – A Safe Harbor for Educational Use of Copyrighted Works

Distance learning has become an increasingly popular means of teaching educational topics to students on-line in undergraduate, graduate and professional development venues. Such distance learning classes strive to match the face-to-face classroom learning experience, which often incorporate display of copyrighted materials,1 in particular digital formatted works, such as photographs, sound recordings and movies to supplement… Continue reading The Teach Act – A Safe Harbor for Educational Use of Copyrighted Works

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Divorce 101 for Filipinos

Here’s a situation: A and B, both Filipinos, went to the United States to get married. After several years, marital troubles started to occur between the couple and after efforts at reconciliation failed, the two started to part ways. They figured that since they were married in abroad, they decided to get a divorce in… Continue reading Divorce 101 for Filipinos

How to Calculate Compensation in a Personal Injury Claim

When you bring a claim for Personal Injury or Clinical Negligence, you will see that compensation is not an arbitrary figure selected at random. It is a carefully calculated amount. The figure you arrive at is made up of two separate figures, one amount for your pain suffering and loss of amenity (known as General… Continue reading How to Calculate Compensation in a Personal Injury Claim

Which Country Is Better for a Permanent Residency Visa – Australia Vs Canada

Both Australia and Canada are beautiful countries; both have high living standards and quality education to offer. Both have common elements including British heritage among other things. Both these countries are popular among the immigrants who are thinking to migrate. People often approach us looking for Visa Immigration Services but most of them are always… Continue reading Which Country Is Better for a Permanent Residency Visa – Australia Vs Canada