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I own a restaurant. My employees are scared to come into work. Should I fire them all and start new?

Patty Lamberti
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27 December, 2021
Restaurants across America have been forced to shut their doors this month. And it's not because states or cities have mandated closures light of rising COVID-19 rates.  It's simply that restaurant owners don't have enough employees...

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Texas has Restarted Evictions.  Here’s What That Means for You.

Texas has Restarted Evictions. Here’s What That Mean...

Patty Lamberti | 03 May, 2021

Recently, Texas courts implied they would no longer honor the federal ban on evicting tenants because of COVID-19. That means that tens of thousands of renters have al...

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Who Gets the House in a Divorce in Georgia

Who Gets the House in a Divorce in Georgia

Kaylyn McKenna | 30 April, 2021

Divorces are stressful and filled with uncertainty. The family home is often the asset that families are most concerned about. Keeping the home can provide some much-need...

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Background Checks: A Guide For Florida Employers

Background Checks: A Guide For Florida Employers

Michelle Patrick | 30 April, 2021

All employers want their businesses to succeed and hiring the right employees is integral to that success. As a Florida employer you will have to choose carefully when hi...

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How a lawyer can help if your customer database is hacked

How a lawyer can help if your customer database is hack...

Carrie Pallardy | 30 April, 2021

High-profile data breaches regularly make the headlines. Companies like Equifax, LinkedIn and Adobe have suffered major cybersecurity incidents leading to the breach of d...

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How to Sue in California Small Claims

How to Sue in California Small Claims

Camila Lopez | 28 April, 2021

Small claims courts were created so you could resolve your dispute quickly, affordably, and conveniently. In California, the small claims limit is $10,000 if you are suin...

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5 Resolutions to Grow Your Law Practice this Summer

5 Resolutions to Grow Your Law Practice this Summer

Carrie Pallardy | 27 April, 2021

Businesses are re-opening. People are coming out - whether to buy houses, or deal with legal issues they allowed to let fester during the last year.  If you want ...

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