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How New Businesses May Benefit From Employment Lawyers

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Employment and labor laws exist to regulate the relationship between employers, employees, and co-workers. Employees need a conducive work environment to work productively and deliver on their mandates without hindrances. Thus, employment and labor laws and regulations stipulate various guidelines on how employees should be treated in the workplace. Businesses that do not comply with employee and labor regulations lose a lot of money in lawsuits brought against the business. Thus, employers looking to set up businesses and employ several employees should consult a competent employment lawyer for legal assistance.…

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Problems With Your FMLA Leave? 4 Situations That Require Legal Advice

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COVID-19 has placed a serious strain on work, education, and family. Many workers have been required to quarantine due to exposure to the virus. Others have been required to go into isolation due to a positive COVID-19 test. There have also been those who’ve needed to leave work to care for someone who has been required to isolate or quarantine. Luckily, the Family and Medical Leave Act ensures that people can retain employment and health benefits while they’re unable to work.…

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4 Tips For Finding Out If You're Being Paid Fairly

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Although you might like what you do for a living, your primary motivation for going to work is probably so that you can make a paycheck. You probably work hard for your employer, so you probably expect to be compensated fairly for the work that you do. Right now, you might be concerned that you aren’t getting paid like you should be, but you might not be sure. These are a few tips that can help you find out if this might be the case.…

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Own a Business? How to Avoid Probate Problems for Your Estate

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If you’re planning your estate and you own a business, you need to take steps to prevent probate problems. In most cases, the probate phase moves smoothly, without complications. However, issues with your estate can increase the risk that your loved ones will be faced with probate problems. This can be a real problem when you’ve left them a business to run. Here are four steps you can take to protect your family and your business.…

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An Introduction To Wills

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Whether you have dependents or are just getting older, then you should really consider writing a will. However, the process is not quite as simple as writing down your wishes on a piece of paper. To help you understand how the process of creating a will works, here is a brief overview of the subject: What is a will really? The popular perception is that a will is just a piece of paper that explains how the estate of someone will be distributed upon their death.…

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How To Write A Patent Description

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One of the most important parts of your patent filing is the description. The description is going to be what the courts are going to base any patent infringement cases on should there be an issue, so you need to make sure that your description is complete. You are also going to make sure that you follow the correct format in order to make sure that your paperwork is accepted the first time and so that you won’t have to redo it.…

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3 Reasons Your Home Business Needs a Corporate Attorney Now

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When you’re just starting out with your home business, getting a lawyer might be the last thing on your mind. However, a good corporate attorney can save you money and help you avoid problems with your business. Here are some reasons to consider getting a business lawyer right away. Determining Business Entity You may just want to sell your products, but you will eventually have to file taxes for your business.…

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5 Somewhat Outlandish Claims For Trademark Rights

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A trademark can be defined as many things, including a symbol, name, word, or mascot. It is something that distinguishes your products, services and goods from competitors. While most people tend to think that companies request to trademark crucially important things, such as company names and logos, the truth of the matter is that there are some truly bizarre requests for trademark rights. Here are four of them: Paris Hilton – “…

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What A Whistleblower Lawyer Can Do For You

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Whistleblowing is the term used for employees or individuals who call employer violations to the attention of officials. However, it isn’t always an employer/employee situation. In some cases, it could refer to a contractor reporting misconduct about a business, or even an individual reporting social services violations. The problem with being a whistleblower in the workplace is that all too often, this results in employer retaliation. A whistleblower lawyer is your best bet to help you protect yourself in situations such as these.…

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