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to weigh in on legislation that would require foreign manufacturers to have registered agents in the U.S. to represent them in state and federal courts. In a letter to the committee's leadership Jeff Coppersmith , president of the National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America , said that requiring foreign companies to have a U.S. proxy to appear in legal proceedings would prompt other countries to reciprocate. "It will be very difficult and expensive for small and medium-sized companies to maintain registered agents in all the foreign markets to which they export," Coppersmith said. U.S. companies would ...
Every property owner has the responsibility to see that his buildings and grounds are properly maintained for the safety of his employees and visitors. Visible warnings and signs should be strategically placed in areas where there are hazards. If there is an accident or injury within the confines of the property premises, the owner becomes liable to meet the cost of damages. This is termed premises liability. Accordingly, if you fall victim to the negligent attitude of a property owner due to poor maintenance or lack warnings or notifications in a particular property, you should call an ... Read More
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