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Choosing An Employment Lawyer – Key Traits and Checks

Choosing An Employment Lawyer – Key Traits and Checks

According to the experts at www.hudsonmckenzie.com, the fact that there are so many employment lawyers working up and down the UK right now is something of a blessing and a curse at the same time. On one side of the fence you have the argument that competition breeds both better […]

June 9, 2015 × Comments are Disabled

Law

7 Ways To Establish Good Impression At Court

7 Ways To Establish Good Impression At Court

We should know that first impressions last and this can influence the progress of our case. It is important to establish good first impression in the court, because our demeanour is noticed, by the judge and jurors. If these people have good impressions on us and even like us, it […]

November 28, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Law

What Bailiffs Can And Can’t Take After Visiting Your Home ?

What Bailiffs Can And Can’t Take After Visiting Your Home ?

Legal complications pertaining to the debt can be really cumbersome and it can take a toll on our resources and mental energies if we do not take sensible steps in making sure that we are going in the right direction. There are numerous steps, procedures and documentation that make it […]

August 29, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Law

Why Should I Apply For Accident Compensation?

Why Should I Apply For Accident Compensation?

Accidents happen every day, all around us and these can range from a minor slip or fall to more severe injuries resulting from a car accident. In cases where an accident was caused by someone else, the victim can apply for compensation for the injury and/or damage to their vehicle. […]

August 13, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Finance, Law

Take Back Your Paycheck: Removing An IRS Garnishment

Take Back Your Paycheck: Removing An IRS Garnishment

Nothing induces a cold sweat like a letter from the IRS: “You still have not paid the amount you owe. . . . placing a levy on your bank accounts, wages . . . seizing and selling your property . . . Pay the amount you owe, now. Sincerely, The […]

March 7, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Education, Law

5 Jobs You Didn’t Know Paralegals Do

5 Jobs You Didn’t Know Paralegals Do

Paralegals are a vital component to the legal industry. While many believe that paralegals stick to administrative work throughout the day, they often carry out a wide variety of tasks from the moment that they are hired. As time goes on, many paralegals may even find themselves engaging in unique […]

March 6, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Finance, Law

Sexual Harassment Allegations Can Leave A Business In Ruins

Sexual Harassment Allegations Can Leave A Business In Ruins

Sexual harassment has devastating consequences for not only the victims, but for the businesses involved as well. With many sexual harassment cases costing companies both large and small in the millions of dollars, it’s in a business’s best interest to take the proper steps to ensure the harassment never happens […]

February 28, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Finance, Law

Academic Research: Stretch Those Grant Dollars Further

Academic Research: Stretch Those Grant Dollars Further

Receiving a grant for academic research can be a wonderful opportunity to travel and perform varying experiments in order to prove (or disprove) your theory. However, most students soon realize that the grant money they received will not go as far as they had hoped, and they are often forced […]

February 17, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Finance, Law

How To Survive A DUI

How To Survive A DUI

Over 1.4 million people are arrested each year for a first-offense DUI. Getting a DUI is expensive. The national average cost of a DUI is around $10,000, but it can be much higher or lower depending on where you live and that is just for the fee. That does not […]

February 13, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Finance, Law

Wise Up: 6 Tips To Keep Your Mind Busy

Wise Up: 6 Tips To Keep Your Mind Busy

The holiday season is many things to many people: a time of family and friends, of giving and receiving, of quality time with loved ones, and a whole lot of eating. But unless your family is particularly prone to philosophical debate over the dinner table or backgammon over breakfast, the […]

February 11, 2014 × Comments are Disabled