If you’re going through a difficult divorce or separation, you might be tempted to spy on your spouse to gather evidence of wrongdoing or to uncover hidden assets. But spying can have severe legal and ethical implications since it’s a two-party consent state; plus, it may not even be the most effective way to achieve your goals. This blog post will explore a couple of alternatives to spying on your spouse in Arkansas.
Issue preclusion, also known as "collateral estoppel," refers to the principle that a final judgment on a particular issue prevents the same parties or their privies from relitigating that issue in a subsequent lawsuit.
Unjust enrichment is a legal concept that refers to situations where one party has been enriched at the expense of another party, without a legal justification for that enrichment.
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Objection. Hearsay. If you've been involved in a contested trial (or watched a legal show on TV), you have probably heard this word come up. But what exactly
Arkansas has child labor laws designed to protect young workers from exploitation and ensure that they have access to education and other opportunities for personal and professional development.
If you have ever been involved in a legal proceeding, you likely have heard the term "process server" mentioned. Process servers play an important role in the legal system,