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Business Law

The Role of the Notary Public in Common Law

10th October 2011
A notary public is responsible for overseeing the process of signing of documents between two parties and asks each of them to take an oath of authenticity. Thus a notary public acts as a supervisor. In order to act as an authority for carrying out such ...
Author: Notarizer
Business Law

Fundamental Facts About Workplace Near Miss Reporting

27th July 2011
Fundamental Facts About Workplace Near Miss Reporting Often the hidden dangers at a job location can become a cause for regrettable workplace near miss reporting. Heat dangers often fall in that category. They can encourage the development...
Author: Tristen
Employment Law

Hostile Workplace? 10 Signs You Work With an Abusive Bully, Boss Or Co-Worker

03rd November 2010
Did you know that experts estimate more than one in three U.S. workers have been mistreated severely enough at work that their health has been damaged? That's 54 million people! This is according to a 2007 Zogby International survey. Many employees pri...
Author: tonyinglazo
Accident claims

Steps to File a Work Accident Claim

05th July 2010
All employers are supposed to follow certain health and safety codes to protect the interests of their employees but at times despite following these codes, accidents at work do occur. If an employee has been injured at work due to no fault of his own and...
Author: saragray

Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) Law

02nd June 2010
The law on Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVA) is now firmly part of the range of remedies available to someone with significant debt problems. An individual consumer, or self employed person, with unsecured debts - usually greater than at least £120...
Author: Rich Spencer-Hayes
Employment Law

Things to Do if You Are Injured at Work

29th April 2010
Injuries are part of life and while they can be prevented they cannot be completely avoided. If you are injured at work due to no fault of your own then you will be able to file for compensation for medical expenses, loss of wages and certain other things...
Author: saragray
Employment Law

Take Control of Your Job and Protect Yourself

14th April 2010
Who would want to be underpaid, maltreated or abused? If you are one of the employees who are underpaid, maltreated or being abused by your boss but cannot go against their rule, then you need the help! You need a help to understand the rule of the ...
Author: Ted Albert
Personal Injury

Tips in Getting Compensation for Personal Injury

08th April 2010
Accidents can happen to anyone at the most unexpected time and place. If you happen to be involved in an accident you may want to get compensation for the personal injuries you suffered. This is not hard as long as you can prove that you are not at fa...
Author: saragray

The Difference between Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct

27th October 2009
Sexual harassment and misconduct claims are legal actions against behaviors that are sexual in nature in the workplace. Although the two terms are normally used interchangeably, there is a difference between sexual misconduct and sexual harassment. ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

What Constitutes Racial Harassment and What Can You Do Against It?

17th August 2009
Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, offensive conduct such as racial slurs, racial jokes, derogatory comments, or other verbal or physical behaviors based on a person's race or color is prohibited and is considered racial harassment. It do...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Tips for taking your employer to court

12th August 2008
Dissatisfaction at work is a common. Many employees are routinely harassed, discriminated, abused or bullied at work. With the work environment difficult and jobs scare, many employees simply put up with it. However, all employees should know one thing- t...
Author: Robert Palmer