Pros of Business Bankruptcy You may not legally have to repay most or all of your debts. Could stop foreclosure of your home and give you the opportunity to catch the missed payments up. Could prevent repossession of your car or other property, depending on the type of Bankruptcy filed.Read More →

There are three main statutory schemes that constitute U.S. antitrust law. Either the Antitrust Division of the Justice Department or the Federal Trade Commission primarily enforces all three federal statutes. Federal Trade Commission Act: Administered solely by the Federal Trade Commission. This act is a catch-all enactment which has beenRead More →

America ‘s 9.1 million women-owned businesses employ 27.5 million people and contribute $3.6 trillion to the economy. Antitrust law is a broad category of U.S. federal law that covers the regulation of business enterprises. Antitrust and trade regulation lawyers handle legal issues that arise in connection with the marketing andRead More →

More than three million people around the world fly safely on commercial aircraft every day. In 1998, the world’s commercial jet airlines carried approximately 1.3 billion people on 18 million flights while suffering only 10 fatal accidents. The risk of being involved in a commercial jet aircraft accident where thereRead More →

International Humanitarian Law (IHL) is a branch of public international law. In order to fully understand the work and operation of humanitarian law, it is important to understand the basic structure, principles and rules of public international law. Public international law is the practice of regulating and regulating relations betweenRead More →

Language Maltese and English are the official languagesL English is the main official language of Malta, and English is used in all official languages, documents and teaching. Maltese belongs to the amphibole family of the afiro Asiatic family. More than 300000 people (about 1 million Maltese people around the world)Read More →

In 5000 BC, large-scale human activities began in Malta. Malta giant Stone temple is the first building built by splicing technology in the world, and also one of the remains of the largest stone age temple in Europe, which has a long history than the Egyptian pyramid. Phoenicians settled hereRead More →