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The Truth Why You Need A Will https://t.co/OzuLlpuVX6
The days, weeks, and months after the death of a loved one can be emotional and stressful, especially if you are named the… Read More
It’s the holiday season…one of the busiest times of the year. So, it’s a pretty safe bet that folks are not spending time… Read More
It is a fundamental principle of law that a Last Will and Testament duly signed and witnessed is binding on no one until… Read More
You thought it was dead – but the United States Department of Labor (DOL) announced on October 30 that it plans to appeal… Read More
The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has consistently maintained that leaves of absence should be considered as a form of reasonable… Read More
An unpublished opinion from the Eleventh Circuit continues its analysis of the definition of a debt collector and continues to narrow the applicability… Read More
The Eleventh Circuit has held that a voice mail message left for a consumer is a “communication” under the FDCPA. In Hart v. Read More
The FDCPA, through section 1692d(6), prohibits a debt collector from placing telephone calls to a debtor “without meaningful disclosure of the caller’s identity.”… Read More
Restrictive covenants are valuable tools employers can use to protect their proprietary interests. Covenants not to compete and covenants… Read More
On August 11, 2017, Governor Roy Cooper signed into law the Employee Fair Classification Act. While the Act does not change the definition of… Read More
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