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Civil Litigation Histories and the Hiring Practice

Since Edward Snowden became a household world, people are becoming more aware of background checks. Anyone with more curiosity is also learning what components make up the typical background check. Criminal convictions, driving records, credit histories and drug testing are some of the areas investigators are interested in knowing about. There’s still one item that isn’t o

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Getting a Divorce if Your Ex Has a Gambling Addiction

Going through a divorce is never easy. If an addiction is involved, it can be even harder. Gambling addiction can be one of the most difficult addictions since the addicted won’t be leaving whiskey bottles laying around. With a little effort, it can be done though. Pathological gambling may resolve over time with some, rare individuals. Regardless, the effects it can h

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Will the Real Beneficiary of Your 401(k) Please Stand Up

If it has been awhile since you last looked at the designation-form for your 401(k), you may be in for a surprise. As the years, since you designated a beneficiary, life has tossed some curves and changes. Without a good review, with a legal advisor, you may find that your retirement savings are going to a person that you'd rather not see them go to. It happens. The weal

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AT&T v. FCC: 3rd Circuit Rules that Corporations May Invoke Personal Privacy Exception to FOIA Disclosure

Digital media law update: Courts have long recognized that corporations have rights that are at least akin to individual privacy rights. Recognized corporate privacy rights include trade secrets and the exercise of the attorney-client privilege. However, the scope of corporate privacy rights is not nearly as broad as the scope of individual privacy rights. Many federal and state privacy laws only apply to indivi

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NLRB Ruling Opens Door to College Athletes Unionizing

In a recent ruling that may have far-flung repercussions which settle on college gridirons across the nation, the National Labor Relations Board, NLRB, ruled that Northwestern University football players who get certain scholarships have the right to unionize. The ruling, which means that the college’s football players should be considered employees has received national

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Things to Consider Before Blowing the Whistle

Even before Edward Snowden became an NSA whistleblower, people have often reported their companies for dangerous and fraudulent activity. While too lengthy to completely report here, a recent settlement against a California nursing home highlights some of the ins-and-outs of whistle blowing. The lessons learned is valuable information for anyone considering reporting their empl

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NYPD Won’t Allow the Public to See the Handbook Spelling Out the Freedom of Information Law

The New York City Police Department’s policies dealing with Freedom of Information records requests are being kept secret. The handbook that guides the NYPD, and would inform the public, regarding operating policies and procedures is kept closed and unavailable based on certain regulations that forbid exposing. A reporter, Shawn Musgrave, tired to see the NYPD’s handbook and was denied access. The New Y

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Why More Businesses Choose to Resolve Business Disputes Through Arbitration?

A dispute regarding your business is extremely disruptive and can divert your attention from your customers as well as causing disruption of your services due to the other party’s breach or failure to deliver. Disputes can also negatively affect your business reputation and image in the community and create animosity and hostility between you and the other party that is involved in the dispute. When disputes arise, you need a New York commercial litigation attorney to help you resolve the m

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Avoiding Commercial Employment Lawsuits Regarding Unpaid Internships

If you are a private sector employer who may be considering internship programs that coincide with university academic semesters and summertime recess program, you should consider carefully whether the position falls under a paid or unpaid position under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The last few years there has been a lot of attention paid to cases filed by unpaid college interns in state and federal courts claiming that employers have violated labor hour and wage laws. To avoid a lawsuit, you

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Drugs Boring

How to Make Drugs Boring, In Five Simple Steps

Politicians and law enforcement have used many tactics to fight the war on drugs, but they have been frustrated at every turn. Arresting users doesn't stop people from using drugs. Eradicating crops and labs doesn't end the supply. DARE campaigns don't persuade kids to stay away from drugs in the first place. So far, the war on drugs is a massive, frustrating, expensive flop. But there is a weapon more

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