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- I Was Injured by a Distracted Driver
Provided by HG.org
Distracted driving is a dangerous activity because it removes a person’s focus while operating a machine that is thousands of pounds. Due to the increasing concern over this action, distracted drivers may be subject to civil liability and criminal reprimand.
- E2 Treaty Investors Visa
Provided by Law Offices of Grinberg & Segal
The E-2 (E2) Treaty Investors visa is a nonimmigrant visa for certain nationals of countries with which the United States maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation. The E2 visa is available for investors and for employees of E2 treaty investors or companies that, by virtue of their ownership and operations in the United States, can qualify as E2 petitioners. This article will provide a brief overview of the E2 visa category.
- Sex Offender Registration In Colorado
Provided by Hebets & McCallin
Sex offender registration is required in cases where a defendant is convicted of a sex offense. It is a very important component to the many penalties that convicted sex offenders face in the Colorado criminal justice system. Registration can obviously have a substantial impact on a persons ability to find and maintain employment and housing, and may substantially affect other areas of the sex offenders life.
- Injured at Work: Reporting It Is Key
Provided by McKenzie & Snyder LLP
Reporting your injury after an accident at work is the first step for a successful workers' compensation claim.
- Using Power of Attorney for a New York Real Estate Closing
Provided by Jeanne M. Reardon Law Office
If you are unable to attend a real estate closing and sign the necessary documents you can have your attorney prepare a power of attorney for you thereby allowing your agent to act for you at the closing.
- Unpaid Leave and the Americans with Disabilities Act
Provided by The Law Firm of Jacobson & Rooks, LLC
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires employers to treat an employee's request for leave due to a medical condition as a request for a reasonable accommodation. The employer's obligation is engage the employee in an " interactive process." An employer might be required to provide an employee with a leave as a reasonable accommodation even if the employer does not customarily offer leave as a benefit.
- Mistakes to Avoid After a Workplace Accident
Provided by E.S. Borjeson & Associates
If you are injured in an accident at work, the moments and days following it can be overwhelming. You might not know what to do after you are injured, which can cause you to make mistakes that jeopardize your ability to receive Workers’ Compensation. However, the first step can be simpler than you might think. By seeking legal counsel as soon as possible, you can receive the help of a skilled Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyer that has seen it all before.
- Private Investigators Working in Concert with Attorneys
Provided by CSI Secure Solutions
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- You’re Pregnant? You’re Fired! Boss Terminates 3 Expectant Mothers Within 6 Months
Provided by Murphy Law Group, LLC
Women awarded over $6.2 million for discrimination.
- The Defend Trade Secrets Act: A Powerful New Tool For Business Owners
Provided by Shustak Reynolds & Partners, PC
President Obama recently signed into law the Defend Trade Secrets Act (“DTSA”) of 2016, which gives holders of trade secrets a new and powerful option to bring trade secret lawsuits under federal law.