Christopher Andrew Corpus’s Guides

Christopher Andrew Corpus

Cleveland Defective and Dangerous Products Attorney.

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  1. Piercing the Corporate Veil – Do I have anything to worry about?

    Written by attorney Christopher Corpus, over 3 years ago.

    Corporations and limited liability companies are formed for a number of reasons. One of the main reasons is to ensure that the owners of the company, the shareholders of a corporation and the members of a limited liability company (jointly referred to as the owners of a company)...

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  2. What is www.saferproducts.gov?

    Written by attorney Christopher Corpus, over 3 years ago.

    The United States Congress recently enacted legislation requiring the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to establish and maintain a database on the safety of consumer products that is publicly available, searchable and accessible through the Internet. The CPSC will maint...

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  3. My Child Wants To Play, But Should I Sign that Release?

    Written by attorney Christopher Corpus, over 3 years ago.

    You and your minor child are invited to a birthday party at the local party center. The main attractions at the party center are enormous bounce or jump houses. We have all seen these kids take off their shoes and climb and bounce through obstacles and mazes. You enter the part...

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  4. Does the Way You Sign Your Name On a Contract or Agreement Matter?

    Written by attorney Christopher Corpus, over 3 years ago.

    Yes. If you are not careful, the way you sign your name could result in you being personally liable for the obligation set forth in the contract or agreement. The following example is helpful. You are the owner of ABC Corporation which is a small, startup business. You need to ...

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  5. Amendments to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure – Expert Drafts and Communications

    Written by attorney Christopher Corpus, over 3 years ago.

    Complex litigation regularly results in the need to retain expert witnesses. An attorneys dealings with an expert were complicated by the fact that any and all communications with an expert were discoverable. This resulted in a chilling of the communication between attorneys and ...

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