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    The last thing you may want to do is be arrested. This can turn a good day into a bad one instantly. At times like this, you’ll want to rely on a criminal lawyer to help you and fight your charges. Working with an attorney that specializes in the arrest type you’ve had can be ...
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    Dual citizenship allows two countries to recognize an individual as an official citizen in each country. It can be achieved through various ways as long as both states allow it in their law. One can obtain dual citizenship in different ways:
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    Franchising is a business relationship involving an arrangement where the owner gives another party the right to use various intellectual property rights such as a brand name, trademark, business system, and process, in return for monetary consideration. The process involves a franchiser (a firm that grants a license) being paid an initial startup and annual ...
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    It’s easy to make mistakes while dealing with a personal injury claim. Not only are there tons of details to remember and steps to take, but you also have to work hard to ensure your case is properly presented to the court. Skipping or merely being ignorant of certain steps can cause your defense case ...
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    Insurance fraud refers to any act committed by an individual or entity to obtain undeserved compensation or benefits from their insurer. It could also occur when an insurer intentionally denies an individual or entity benefits to which they are entitled. However, the most common types of insurance frauds are committed when insured persons make false ...
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    Sexual harassment is an offence of a sexual nature. This is defined as unwelcome behaviour or an inappropriate promise of rewards in exchange for sexual favours. Sexual harassment incidences have psychological, emotional and physical effects on a victim. It can occur in schools, workplaces, or in a public setting. Sexual harassment is not only embarrassing ...
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    In proving a constructive dismissal case, an employee has to demonstrate that the employer breached the contract to the extent that you were left with no other option than to quit. Such a contract breach could involve the failure by your employer to pay your dues or a demotion without any basis. Other reasons could ...
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    For the safety of your employees and your business, you should be aware of the best practices and legislation that is in effect regarding fall protection. This is a topic that is easy to gloss over as you will likely have many experienced and qualified members of the team who know exactly what it is ...
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    Have you ever been involved in a hit and run accident? They are more common than you might think. Accident lawyers are there to advise us in this type of situation, but it can be helpful to be aware of these 8 things you should do after a hit and run accident.
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    No one wants to be jobless but there may come a time when this happens to you. Whether this occurs due to circumstances beyond your control, mistakes that have been made, or your services are no longer required, the good thing is that sometimes you can sense that you are about to be dismissed. Then ...