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Ballard partner joins PEB for UCC
E. Carolan Berkley joins as a representative to the Permanent Editorial Board (PEB) for the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). She serves as a partner in the department of business and finance at Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP. Berkley is a member of various groups at Ballard Spahr, including M&A, securities, securitization, international, and investment management group. She specializes in derivatives, finance, investment management, opinion practice, secured transactions, and general corporate law.
The PEB is a joint working group of American Law Institute (ALI) and the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL). It helps achieve and sustain consistency in state statutes governing commercial transactions by putting off non-uniform amendments to the UCC by the states, and by supporting and propagating amendments to the UCC when needed.
Kimmel & Silverman instigates first ever home lemon law practice
Renowned automotive lemon law and consumer advocacy firm Kimmel & Silverman, PA, has instigated home lemon law practice for the first time ever in the nation.
It will offer legal aid to those home owners who had to endure damages on account of renovation, new construction, and installation of chief mechanisms. For the purpose, a new website, www.HomeLemonLaw.com, has also been launched. It facilitates in educating consumers and summarizing legal fortifications that may be relevant. With six full-service offices and 20 lawyers, the law firm serves its clients free of cost lemon law and breach of warranty assistance.
LA Airport gives travelers Sunday morning shower
It rained cats and dogs at the Los Angeles International Airport Terminal I. A breakage in a water pipe led to turning on of fire sprinklers, which doused passengers, not flames. According to Marshall Lowe, airport spokesman, the terminal had to be evacuated, while the baggage claim and screening section were slightly flooded. Passengers were let in about 30 minutes after evacuation, causing some chaos. There were long queues at the terminal as people had to go through security checkpoints for readmission. A number of flights were delayed, while some passengers who missed their flights had to reroute. The baggage claim area had buckets and garbage cans spread across the floor to prevent ceiling water from flooding it further.
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