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Month: February 2018

Remedies for employment discrimination

While the roles of employees can be vastly different, all employees have the right to be treated equally and fairly in the workplace. When this does not occur or mistreatment ensues because an employer discriminated against an employee because of their race, color,...

What are unfair or deceptive trade practices?

When businesses first start out, they take steps to obtain a wide range of customers or clientele. This can take time, but, if done properly, a business could have a solid foundation. However, when the market changes or competition is high, a business attempts to...

What Can Be Done About On-The-Job Car Accidents?

It is not uncommon for workers to be required to drive as part of their job. Whether driving is a small portion of the job – such as a quick task to pick up parts from the distribution center – or it is the entirety of the job – such as a delivery driver – being in a...

A breach of contract may be bad news for a business

Whereas it was not uncommon for businesses to exist as autonomous entities in the past, in this ever-growing technologically advanced world, businesses often work with others to accomplish their corporate objectives. That can mean contracting with suppliers to ensure...