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What Happens at a Deposition?
Receiving notice in the mail that a party in a lawsuit wants you to attend a deposition can often be intimidating if the person has never experienced a deposition before. Naturally the person who receives the notice questions whether they are legally obligated to attend the deposition, who is requesting their presence, and most importantly, […]Read More
How is the new Overtime Rule going to Affect Me?
Earlier this week, The United States Department of Labor announced that they were going to make changes with the overtime requirements that would subsequently effect employees and employers alike. The plan has received criticism from some employers and praise from most employees. Regardless of whether you are an employer or an employee, it is important […]Read More
Do I Really Need a Will? The Importance of Having a Last Will and Testament
No one likes to think about death and what will happen after here on Earth, but it is undeniable that death can show itself at any time. Unless you have a secret potion or know someone capable and willing to bring you back from death (Yes, that was a Game of Thrones reference), your time […]Read More
Internal Investigations: The Importance in Hiring the Right Person to do the Right Job
Whether you operate a large corporation or own a small business, it is a good idea to hire an investigator when an employee and outside person accuses the employer of any kind of misconduct or harassment. Although it may be more costly, it is wise to hire an outside investigator to conduct the investigation from […]Read More
Common Delays when Closing on a Real Estate Purchase
If you are considering purchasing or selling real estate, there are a number of things that you should keep in mind about the closing period. According to a survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors, one-third of deals face closing delays and are commonly caused by three problems: 1. Buyer has financing setbacks 2. […]Read More
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