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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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Can My Boss Make Me Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Can My Boss Make Me Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Michelle Patrick | 31 March, 2021

As COVID-19 vaccines become more readily available you may be wondering if your employer can force you to get a COVID-19 vaccine in order to return to work.   ...

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Restaurant Owners: Here's how to renegoitate your lease

Restaurant Owners: Here's how to renegoitate your lease

Carrie Pallardy | 31 March, 2021

The restaurant business has been one of the hardest hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. State-wide shutdown orders, concerns over staff and customer safety and the continue...

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What Should I do if I witness a Hate Crime?

What Should I do if I witness a Hate Crime?

Cassidy Chansirik | 30 March, 2021

Hate crimes have grown rampantly in the past year. According to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program, there were 7,314 hate crime incidents in 2019. 57% of tho...

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Can I Pursue a Personal Injury Claim After a COVID-19 Diagnosis?

Can I Pursue a Personal Injury Claim After a COVID-19 D...

Scott Dylan Westerlund | 25 March, 2021

At this point in history, we’re still not sure what the long-term impacts of COVID-19 will be. Millions of Americans are currently struggling to recover, and many f...

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When Is a Felony Not a Felony? Wobbler Offenses Explained

When Is a Felony Not a Felony? Wobbler Offenses Explain...

Nicole Shein | 25 March, 2021

What do Schrödinger’s cat and California law have in common? Just as the feline in the famous thought experiment is simultaneously both alive and dead, there i...

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How To Get a Power of Attorney in Texas

How To Get a Power of Attorney in Texas

Michelle Patrick | 25 March, 2021

Most of us assume that we will always be capable of making our own decisions and handling our affairs. What happens if you are suddenly unable to make decisions about you...

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