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- Understanding Wrongful Termination Law in New Jersey
Provided by: Eric M. Bernstein & Associates, LLC
As an employer, making the decision to terminate employment is difficult — you have to take into consideration a number of factors, from performance to company health to growth potential and turnover costs — but when you tack on legal concerns, the process can quickly become overwhelming.
- Smash and Grab Thefts on the Rise
Provided by: Hebets & McCallin
A smash and grab is a theft that occurs when the perpetrators drive a car into a building, quickly grab all the merchandise or money that they can and then flee. Even though the act is dramatic, attention getting, and often triggers alarms by breaking through security, they work because they happen so quickly. Just this week a Littleton gun store was hit for the third time this year.
- What Type of Force Can Be Used to Defend Yourself from Criminal Activity in Florida?
Provided by: Funk, Szachacz & Diamond, LLC
Florida law provides protection to people who use force to defend themselves from criminal activity, but how much force is permitted, and at what point does the use of force for defense cross over into a crime of its own? We discuss the state’s “Stand Your Ground” law and the Castle Doctrine and permissible defense options.
- Claims for damages for unfair detention in Italy
Provided by: Arnone & Sicomo
Compensation for the damages caused by unfair detention in Italy is governed by Articles 314 and 315 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
- Application of Hague Convention on Children in Romania
Provided by: Hammond, Minciu and Associates
There have been many articles written concerning the implementation of The Hague Convention on child abduction. All countries have come into some criticism and Romania has not been immune. The 1980 Hague Convention is applicable in all European Union member states and covers children under 16 years of age who are moved from their regular country of domicile to another country, or remain in this second country.
- Drowsy Driving Causes 1 in 5 Nationwide Fatal Crashes
Provided by: Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP
Nationwide, one in five deadly collisions is caused by drowsy driving. Read on to learn more about the dangers of fatigued drivers on U.S. roadways.
- Have You Suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury?
Provided by: Julie Butcher Law Office
Steve is driving back to his hometown from college. It’s late at night and, while Steve is wide-awake, another driver on the dark, windy road falls asleep behind the wheel, veering into Steve’s lane. When Steve tries to avoid a collision, he veers off-road, down an embankment and his vehicle rolls over.
- What Are You Agreeing to When You Shop Online?
Provided by: Mann Law Firm
Shopping online is big business, projected to surpass $3.5 trillion by 2020. Although China spends far and away more money in e-commerce than any other country, its closest competitor is the United States.
- Side Guards Are Effective on Large Trucks - So Why Aren’t They Mandatory?
Provided by: Louthian Law Firm, PA
There are times when the interests of the public and the interests of big business are at odds with each other. When they clash, it is too often the public who gets the short end of the stick. One perfect example is the issue of side guards on tractor-trailers.
- Who Will Be Responsible for Teaching Drivers to Operate Autonomous Vehicles?
Provided by: The Evans Law Firm
Self-driving cars are touted as a step forward in driving tech and road safety. They offer the hope of drastically reducing the number of crashes and traffic deaths on our roads. But there is something misleading about the terms “self-driving” and “autonomous.” These descriptions give drivers the impression that they don’t have to do anything when behind the wheel.