Lawsuit Loans. No Risk Funding

Written by Fred Coutts

Lawsuit Loans. No Risk Loans

A relatively new source of financing is now available for both individuals and business owners. It is called lawsuit financing, often referred to as lawsuit loans or lawsuit funding. But these are not loans becauserepparttar money does not have to be paid back unlessrepparttar 142740 case is won.

Lawsuit financing (loans) help clients who are having financial difficulties. Lawsuit funders do not require credit checks, monthly payments, notes, or any other security. Frequently, claimants have missed work or lost their job and can no longer meet their rent or automobile payments. Inrepparttar 142741 past, these claimants have needed to accept lesser settlement amounts due to pressing financial difficulties. Now, clients can sustain their personal lives and giverepparttar 142742 attorneyrepparttar 142743 necessary time to achieverepparttar 142744 full value ofrepparttar 142745 case.

Often times, individual claimants and commercial litigants require financial loan assistance prior to settlement or judgment. Types of cases that qualify are: - Personal Injury: Automobile Accidents, Any Type - Malpractice: Medical-Legal, Accounting, Construction, - Wrongful Termination - Discrimination - Harassment: Sexual/Rape, Any Type -And much more

Title 18 U.S.C. ß2257

Written by Don_One

I have a bad feeling about this.

My homage to my favorite films of all time (Eps. I - VI) aside, I thinkrepparttar soon-to-take-effect Title 18, Section 2257 laws will hold up in court. Despiterepparttar 142680 feeling by many adult webmasters thatrepparttar 142681 law is oppressive, unconstitutional, and merely another ploy byrepparttar 142682 government to harassrepparttar 142683 adult industry.

If you donít know,repparttar 142684 current statute Title 18 U.S.C. ß2257 - in a nutshell - requires that primary producers of pornographic material (those studios and production companies who actually hirerepparttar 142685 adult talent and film them, and also those entities who run affiliate programs and provide content for resale by porn webmasters) keep detailed and accurate records of all models depicted in an adult manner (read, either nudity or sexual activity is involved). These records should ascertain, most importantly but not solely, thatrepparttar 142686 adult performer is indeed old enough to perform adult work. Up till now, like I said,repparttar 142687 onus to retain those records rested only with primary producers.

Enter late June, 2005: this statute shall extend to secondary producers, as well. That is, it will soon become incumbent on all porn webmasters to keep such records.

Porn, by its very nature, is a visual medium. Itís very difficult (as Iíve found out time and time again) to promoterepparttar 142688 material without photographs, because words can only take you so far. In porn - asrepparttar 142689 advertising clichť goes - you sellrepparttar 142690 sizzle, notrepparttar 142691 steak. What Iím trying to do is make a case forrepparttar 142692 necessity of graphic displays.

Where do I begin to nitpick at this law? We (and Iím including myself in this group) as porn webmasters are expected to keep records on all models portrayed. Includingrepparttar 142693 ones that weíve never seen before andrepparttar 142694 ones with barely a body part contained in an image and/or video. The only way we can keep accurate records in such circumstances is if we obtain them directly fromrepparttar 142695 manufacturer of said photos and videos. As much as primary producers need us to sell their wares, I donít think that theyíre ready just yet to share those private adult performer files and make them public. Iíve always maintained that porn studio and production execs are a rather secretive lot.

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