Legal Advice
Worried about the cost of hiring a lawyer? There's absolutely no substitute for professional legal advice. Having said that, there's lots of useful, general background information on the Web, if you know where to look. Wise up and read the background before you call in the professionals and you'll know what they're talking about—you
might even save yourself some money! To that end, we've compiled a list of over 200 of the best legal websites we could find, covering everything from family and contract law to employment law and intellectual property. We've done the hard work so you don't have to.

- The Adviceguide website is the main public information service of Citizens Advice, providing people with round-the-clock access to CAB information on their rights - including benefits, housing and employment, and on debt, consumer and legal issues.
We aim to empower people by providing them with the information they need to solve their own problems and to signpost them to appropriate advice when necessary. Adviceguide helps you to have a better understanding of your rights and entitlements, and also to take the first steps in resolving your problems.
The information in this website is for general guidance on your rights and responsibilities. If you need more details on your rights or legal advice about what action to take, please contact an advisor or solicitor.

- Creative Commons is a Massachusetts-chartered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable corporation. For more information, see the corporate charter, by-laws, most recent tax return and most recent audited financial statement.
Creative Commons defines the spectrum of possibilities between full copyright — all rights reserved — and the public domain — no rights reserved. Our licenses help you keep your copyright while inviting certain uses of your work — a “some rights reserved” copyright.
Too often the debate over creative control tends to the extremes. At one pole is a vision of total control — a world in which every last use of a work is regulated and in which “all rights reserved” (and then some) is the norm. At the other end is a vision of anarchy — a world in which creators enjoy a wide range of freedom but are left vulnerable to exploitation. Balance, compromise, and moderation — once the driving forces of a copyright system that valued innovation and protection equally — have become endangered species.
Creative Commons is working to revive them. We use private rights to create public goods: creative works set free for certain uses. Like the free software and open-source movements, our ends are cooperative and community-minded, but our means are voluntary and libertarian. We work to offer creators a best-of-both-worlds way to protect their works while encouraging certain uses of them — to declare “some rights reserved.”

- This eBook covers numerous relevant topics, and clear methods to help you take charge of the legal planning process. You will learn to effectively plan your legal support and maximize its efficiency for your business. At the low price of only $24.95, this eBook has the potential to improve your profitability by thousands of dollars. We guarantee that this product will exceed all of your expectations. You and your business lawyer will be happy that you read and used this great guide.

- is owned and managed by Mast Advertising & Publishing, Inc. Our company was founded in 1959 to publish telephone directories as sales agent for local telephone companies. Mast, along with its contemporaries in the yellow page industry L.M. Berry & Co and RH Donnelley, published most of the telephone directories in the United States for several decades.
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