"Non hai veramente capito qualcosa fino a quando non sei in grado di spiegarlo a tua nonna" - A. Einstein
A chi dare il proprio pc e il telefono in caso di emergenza ?
Antonio: "E' proprio come me lo aspettavo. Molto chiaro e con molti spunti interessanti su come tutelarsi."
"Visit http://www.altontodd.com Texas lawyer Alton C. Todd has more than 30 years experience helping people seek compensation for their injuries."
Trial Lawyers sono gli avvocati che possono adire le corti.
"If you have been injured because of the misconduct or negligence of another person, contact The Law Firm of Alton C. Todd for a free initial consultation."
Sulla nozione di avvocato abilitato ad adire le corti, leggiamo da Wikipedia:
"Oral argument in the courts
"Arguing a client's case before a judge or jury in a court of law is the traditional province of the barrister in England, and of advocates in some civil law jurisdictions. However, the boundary between barristers and solicitors has evolved. In England today, the ^ barrister monopoly covers only appellate courts, and barristers must compete directly with solicitors in many trial courts. In countries like the United States that have fused legal professions, there are trial lawyers who specialize in trying cases in court, but trial lawyers do not have a de jure monopoly like barristers.
"In some countries, litigants have the option of arguing pro se, or on their own behalf. It is common for litigants to appear unrepresented before certain courts like small claims courts; indeed, many such courts do not allow lawyers to speak for their clients, in an effort to save money for all participants in a small case. In other countries, like Venezuela, no one may appear before a judge unless represented by a lawyer. The advantage of the latter regime is that lawyers are familiar with the court's customs and procedures, and make the legal system more efficient for all involved. Unrepresented parties often damage their own credibility or slow the court down as a result of their inexperience."
"Board Certified Trial Lawyers engages in the practice of law dealing with litigation of civil controversies in all areas of substantive law before state courts, federal courts, administrative agencies, and arbitrators. In addition to actual pretrial and trial process, a Board Certified Trial Lawyer's duty includes evaluating, handling, and resolving civil controversies prior to the initiation of suit."
Il trial Lawyer e' quello che oltre alla composizione stragiudiziale puo' condurre la causa nelle corti competenti.
In inghilterra i Barrister hanno il monopolio delle corti superiori, ma competono con i giovani solicitors nelle corti inferiori.
Suggerisco di leggere la voce Solicitors su Wikipedia per vedere come cambia la regolazione tra i vari paesi di Common law e come sta cambiando in questi anni in Inghilterra.
In alcuni paesi per risparmiare le spese legali nei casi piu' piccoli e' vietato avere un avvocato.