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Business Law

Meal & rest break violations in the healthcare industry

30th March 2011
Q: I work as a nurse in a hospital three days a week doing 12-hour shifts per day. We are allowed a 30 minute unpaid lunch break every day. I usually take my lunch at the hospital cafeteria. However, while clocked out for lunch, I am supposed to have my c...
Author: bruceld9

What Are the Laws Regarding Spousal Support and Divorce in California?

02nd September 2010
Spousal support or alimony can become a hot topic for many divorcing couples, so going into divorce proceedings with an understanding of the rules governing the process can be quite helpful. While your attorney will explain the details further, a little b...
Author: Justin

Carlsbad Family Law Attorney – Experience Matters in Divorce Cases

18th August 2010
When someone faces the prospect of ending his or her marriage, that person is likely already dealing with difficulties in several ways. No one who is ready to file for a divorce is in a positive place emotionally, and the risks of taking this step withou...
Author: mindfix
Real Estate Law

Does the way in which I hold title make a difference?

12th March 2010
Yes. The nature of your assets and how you hold title to those assets is a critical factor in the estate planning process. Before you take title (or change title) to an asset, you should understand the tax and other consequences of any proposed change. Yo...
Author: swapnamanikssys

Divorce And The Los Angeles County

01st March 2010
Family law include matters involving marital and parent and children relationships. So when you're contemplating on filing for a divorce, you need to seek the services of a lawyer that specializes in family law. This is to make sure that you get all the ...
Author: Robert Don

Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuits in California

26th January 2010
Lawsuits for breach of fiduciary duty often arise in partnership or shareholder litigation. As per California's Supreme Court fiduciary duty is defined as arising whenever trust and confidence is reposed by one person in the integrity and fidelity of anot...
Author: Laine T Wagenseller

California Worker’s Compensation and the Employer’s Responsibility in Work-related Injuries

05th January 2010
Under California law, most private employers are required to provide their employees with worker's compensation after suffering from work-related injuries and illnesses. The claim will cover the worker's medical expenses, loss of wages, and disability. ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Weird, Dumb, and Funny Laws in The State of California - Legal Humor

09th April 2009
You may read about all kinds of weird, dumb and funny laws in the state of California, but if the web site doesn't tell you where that information came from, you don't know if it's a real law or one that has been repealed. Here are some funny laws that ar...
Author: Daniel Berry

Child Support and Private Educational Costs

26th March 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Law Offices of Donald P. Schweitzer In today's world, parents often begin planning for a child's education far in advance. Most Los Angeles County residents are not satisfied with their neighborhood public school. Instead, they searc...
Author: Donald Schweitzer