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- What to Do if Child Protective Services Social Workers Are Investigating You
Provided by Williams Law Group, LLC
If you are being investigated by the Child Protection services there are a few things that you should do to protect yourself and your child to the best of your ability.
- Changing Beneficiary Designations after a Divorce
Provided by Cores & Associates, LLC
Divorces are never easy. Aside from the emotional aspects of it that are always difficult to deal with, there are many practical things to consider after a divorce is complete that few people think about until it actually becomes a problem.
- Legal Mistakes Affecting Business Partnerships
Provided by HG.org
Business partnerships can be a favorable way to launch a business by combining a shared vision of the business, complimentary skills and capital from multiple sources. However, many business partnerships end on bad terms. In many cases, this is due to the business partners failing to plan or making preventable mistakes.
- Is Social Media Protected by the First Amendment?
Provided by Nicoll Davis & Spinella, LLP
On February 27, 2017, for the first time, the U.S. Supreme Court discussed social media in the context of the First Amendment, recognizing social media as “a crucially important channel of political communication,” arguably deserving of First Amendment protection.
- New Administration and LGBT Workplace Protection
Provided by Sidney L. Gold & Associates, PC
Even before the new administration took office in January, there has been concern over the future of the 2014 federal order that provides workplace protection rights to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.
- Forensic Biomechanics - The Science of Injury Causation
Provided by John D. Lloyd, PhD, CPE
Human injury is complicated. If we lived our lives inside a protective bubble then, one day experienced an incident, it may be relatively simple to ascribe any injuries to the traumatic event. But that is typically not the case.
- Parental Alienation in New Jersey
Provided by Law Offices of Jef Henninger
New Jersey is not the easiest state to fight a parental alienation case. However, with the right strategy and the right attitude, you can win.
- What All Employees Should Know About the ADA
Provided by Murphy Law Group, LLC
How Disabilities Are Covered Under Federal Law
- Protecting Your Business Interests with Non-Compete Agreements
Provided by Apfelbaum Law
A non-compete agreement is a type of restrictive covenant that protects employers from employees leaving and setting up a competing business. For example, if you have a medical office that provides a service like radiology, dentistry, or optometry, you might want a non-compete agreement from your partners or employees. This agreement would protect your business from your head optometrist quitting, open his or her own eye clinic across the street, and taking many of your patients
- Someone Broke a Contract
Provided by L. Reed Bloodworth
Did a client, vendor, bank, corporation or partner break a contract? Did you break a contract? When someone breaks a contract it's described as a breach. If you breached a contract you may have a valid reason. Or, are you the plaintiff in a breach? What should you do if you're the victim of a breach of contract?