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  • How Contractors Can Prepare for a Government Shutdown

    If a contractor with a project has already begun work, he or she may need to implement additional measures in case there is a government shutdown that causes the delay or termination of the job. When the government shuts down because the budget or other situations cannot be resolved, this leads to delays, the end of work for some and severe complications for others.

  • Nursing License Suspended Due to Disciplinary Action: Renewal with Legal Assistance

    When a professional must go through a disciplinary meeting because an issue has arisen that causes his or her license suspension, he or she may require months of fighting this for the license renewal. It is important to understand how to progress through these processes and what this means for the nurse.

  • OSHA Cites Aluminum Manufacturer for History of Safety Violations

    The New Jersey aluminum manufacturing company has been cited for over 50 safety violations since 2011.

  • Drafting Protest Provisions in Teaming Agreements

    Drafting and negotiating provisions in teaming agreements can be complex in many situations. These agreements attempt to address the duties, responsibilities and roles of the parties in the event that a protest arises and are often part of many federal contracts.

  • Business Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

    The enactment of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in 1977 makes it illegal for certain classes of persons and entities to make payments to foreign government officials to assist in obtaining or retaining business. The FCPA works hand-in-hand with the anti-bribery laws to prohibit the use of any means that provides possible corrupted interstate commerce.

  • How to Form a Municipality

    Creating a new town is complicated, takes time and involves numerous persons. Paperwork, documentation and various online sources are used to either form a municipality or to change the name of a city from one to another, and this should not be accomplished without assistance.

  • Can a Social Worker End Protective Service Against a Doctorís Recommendation?

    Ending protective service for a person or child requires knowing the situation fully and if it is in the best interests of the individual. Doing this against the recommendation of a doctor is not advisable, but it may be possible with the right circumstances.

  • What are my Options to Repay Unpaid Sales Tax Debt?

    Unpaid taxes are potentially dangerous to the individual or company. It is imperative that one of several options is taken to ensure this tax debt has been paid, or the person or business could face severe consequences from the Internal Revenue Service.

  • The Student Privacy Act in Texas

    One of the bills the Texas Legislature passed during 2017 was House Bill 2087, entitled†the Student Privacy Act. The act protects data that a student or the studentís parents provide to a website or some other online application for education purposes.

  • Increase in Penalties for Employment Eligibility Form I-9 Violations

    Increases in enforcement for the Immigration Reform and Control Act violations affect employees that work as non-home office workers. Many of these employees may or may not have signed an I-9, but when the federal government checks, these issues could lead to fines and other penalties when the worker has not filed the proper paperwork with the company.

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