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Should You Read Your Employees Email?

Michelle Patrick
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16 April, 2021
Employees have a general expectation of privacy in the workplace.  When it comes to work computers, employees often assume that it is their computer and anything they do on it, including sending and reading emails, is private. Employees are generally shoc...

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Review these Key Components of a Franchise Agreement Before Signing

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Sona Sulakian | 17 March, 2021

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Are Courts in Arizona, Florida and California Open?

Are Courts in Arizona, Florida and California Open?

Frankie Grijalva | 16 March, 2021

Arizona, California, and Florida have seen a massive uptick in Coronavirus cases over the last few weeks.  That has, of course, affected the hours of operation, a...

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Dognapping 101: What Are Your Legal Options If Your Pet Was Kidnapped?

Dognapping 101: What Are Your Legal Options If Your Pet...

Patty Lamberti | 16 March, 2021

Earlier today, Lady Gaga's two dogs were kidnapped. The incident is nothing to snicker about.  Her dog walker was shot four times.  The event also hig...

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Why You Should Establish Paternity Rights and How to do it in Florida

Why You Should Establish Paternity Rights and How to do...

Susan R. Miller | 16 March, 2021

When you consider establishing paternity rights, you may think about a woman who wants to prove that a man is the father of her child so that she can get child support. B...

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How to Get Your Record Sealed or Expunged in New York

How to Get Your Record Sealed or Expunged in New York

Jane Meggitt | 16 March, 2021

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When is your intern actually an employee?

When is your intern actually an employee?

Sona Sulakian | 15 March, 2021

Unpaid internships are the bane of any student, but these internships are often a means of getting the relevant experience to land that coveted job. Employers sometimes t...

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