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Lawyers and lawyers and American pomposity. Why not? I have earned my keep.

Updated on December 16, 2013

Sure an online web building contract performed in So. Korea

Well they breach the contract --- who you going to call, might as well be Ghostbusters unless you got a cool 100K US.
Well they breach the contract --- who you going to call, might as well be Ghostbusters unless you got a cool 100K US. | Source

Outsourcing Lawyers what a hoot!

Did you know that a foreigner can get a great education in the Law of America and nowadays more importantly international standards.

The US is still comprised of over 50 "jurisdictions" of jurisprudence. That is crazy wild. Phoenix to Boston are entirely different laws, Throw in New York, Florida Texas and California and it is a mess. We got Costa Rica and Louisiana operating a whole set of different stuff more like Mexico and France than England and Norway. It is crazy out there.

A "licensed" lawyer who got your business on the net but practices in Missouri Kansas city instead of Kansas, Kansas city is not qualified to do your business in Nebraska just a whole bunch of corn fields away. Do a contract between your business in NC and one that you own in OK and you need two lawyers. Am I talking crazy here or what.

Sure --- go ahead and make someones day and enter into an online contract from Israel with goods coming out of NJ and being shipped to Colorado. Oh count the ways you can be charged by lawyers.

But them there firms do not work here, at least I do not think so.

You hire a pricey firm USA side and they give you a lawyer Hong Kong side. To fight the Chinese in court. Well this is who does the work:

""According to senior partners, most major Chinese firms pay their Beijing-based first-year associates monthly salaries ranging from 5,000 renminbi, or $823, to 10,000 renminbi, or $1,646. Dacheng Law Offices, China’s largest firm, falls in this category, along with other well-known firms, including Allbright Law Offices, JunZeJun Law Offices and Broad & Bright. There is also a group of top-tier firms such as King & Wood Mallesons, Jun He Law Office, Fangda Partners,Haiwen & Partners and Zhong Lun Law Firm that pay monthly salaries between RMB 11,000 ($1,811) and RMB 14,000 ($2,304).

Read more: "" nuff said it is outsourced.

Same for contracts with Walmart and Costco and even Wells Fargo Bank.

Now when they say "it will take legal a few days to review the contract" maybe you know what that means.

There are so many contracts done in Asia that they batch them up and send a million at mid night each day just like your banking deposits.

These two fellows have to get along.

Love | Source
Love | Source

Go ahead and imagine!!

Everybody here knows this stuff

TAC, TOS, FAQ, Policies, Procedures, Governing Law. No you do not know that stuff because you are not licensed to know that stuff. Did you know that if you own a non-public subchapter corporation and draw those up for you website or even just your blog, you could be a jurisdictional felon for practicing law without a license.

I love these folks around here that tell you "all you need to do to perfect a copyright is....". That is strictly prohibited for you to say such things unless you are licensed world wide = nobody.

You are all going straight to American and State Bar association hells. I am sure they have jurisdictions there also and in that prison an imposture who took money out of lawyers pockets would be like a child molester and cop rolled into one.

Internet is crazy but only because the system already was.

Do you own a Law license that covers the entire internet?

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So the system is broken

Probably around 70% of all American Legislatures are Lawyers. Hard to say but I did read that about 700 were disbarred for various reasons. Vote for them if that is the tie breaker. Bar Associations are disgraceful. They wholly protect their own and by that we mean lawyers that work for the government and insurance type lawyers and throw in wall street types.

This man I know had a boss that had over 50 state bar complaints against him. The boss man shirked it off and trashed the bar. His name was Melvin Belli. And he had a competitor and his name was Bailey. They railed against established bulls*&%. And were such icons that they endured, yet embattled til a slow death.

I will take my justice here, amid volcanoes and wrath.

But do not make me suffer a lawyer.
But do not make me suffer a lawyer. | Source

I know a man

He was good at what he did being a lawyer. In fact he was a young prodigy defending two capital murder charges by 25 years old. Not done and not heralded. Both defendants left prison on lessor charges alive and well.

Think of this: 50 jury trials in 3 years. Yes. That man got a notice in 1989 that had to do with court for one of his clients. That notice was computer generated and dealt with the freedom of a young woman. That man received over 200 computer generated notices regarding his clients in the next 3 months. (a man is threatened with even loss of life and his notices are computer generated???) That was that for that man. Law had been replaced by politicians, bean counters and computers.

Hire a man to defend you who is ordered around by a computer and I will show you a dead man walking.

Well it is fun to see Lawyer jobs getting exported and "farmed out" or "outsourced"

I mean the lawyers that run our legislature. It is fun to see their offspring eaten by outsource. This is one job I do not mind seeing going "overseas".

Completely sound legal advice

I am not licensed in your jurisdiction because to hold a license means they have jurisdiction over me and my wife and children. Well that is not going to happen. So call me a fraud, I can deal. But Someone else in silk stockings will not reveal this truth but one hundred percent I bet she is not licensed in your online jurisdiction.

Lawyers need to wake up and serve clients and not themselves and state bars.


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    • Ericdierker profile imageAUTHOR

      Eric Dierker 

      5 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      It is a strange system that provides for stability but also a whole lot of skulduggery. Thank you for coming by and commenting

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      Mary Craig 

      5 years ago from New York

      I'd like to add Theresa, even with an attorney Probate can take forever. So much depends on the Will and the time available in Surrogate's Court, etc., etc.

      Yes, I worked for an attorney and I saw the good, the bad and the ugly! I believe there is more corruption on higher levels and more wheeling and dealing. Of course that's no excuse but you've said it well Eric.

      Voted up, useful, and interesting.

    • Ericdierker profile imageAUTHOR

      Eric Dierker 

      5 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Theresa probate is a very intricate part of the law. When I delve there I remind myself that it is a fascinating study into relationships of man and things. Even though I am fully adopted, in my mother's will she had to include me several extra times to make sure I was not excluded as her child. Thank you

    • phdast7 profile image

      Theresa Ast 

      5 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Thank you Eric. There is so much about the law, the legal system, and the government ... that the average person knows nothing about. My only experience with the law was probating my father's estate without the help of an attorney (to save money as he had no money and the family home went to the wife) which took forever, a tremendous amount of study on my part, was exhausting, and frustrating. Never again. Thanks for a fascinating hub. Sharing. Theresa

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      Devika Primić 

      5 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Lawyers and lawyers and American pomposity. Why not? I have earned my keep is an interesting and informative hub. Do you own a Law license that covers the entire internet? I voted No. This hub got me thinking about many situations in the legal system.

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      Bill Holland 

      5 years ago from Olympia, WA

      What a viper's pit the legal system is. Thanks for opening my eyes a bit wider; I'm not sure I like the view but knowledge is power and now I am a bit more powerful.


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