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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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5 Resolutions to Grow Your Law Practice in 2022

5 Resolutions to Grow Your Law Practice in 2022

Carrie Pallardy | 16 December, 2021

Attracting new clients and increasing revenue are important targets for many law practices, but it takes a focused strategy to meet those goals. What 2022 resolutions can...

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How to Set Up a Healthcare Power of Attorney in New York

How to Set Up a Healthcare Power of Attorney in New Yor...

Scott Dylan Westerlund | 13 December, 2021

The current coronavirus pandemic has a lot of us considering our own mortality and what could happen to us if we fall ill. In the best situations, we can quarantine at ho...

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Fired during the holidays? A guide to your rights.

Fired during the holidays? A guide to your rights.

LawChamps | 06 December, 2021

This week, the CEO of Better.com, a mortgage company, fired 900 employees during a Zoom call.  What a Scrooge. If you were one of these 900 employees, or if yo...

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New Mississippi Eviction Law Gives Renters a Reason to Hope

New Mississippi Eviction Law Gives Renters a Reason to ...

LawChamps | 03 December, 2021

If you're facing eviction in Mississippi, make sure you know your new rights.  Yesterday, a federal judge struck down the part of Mississippi’s evi...

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How to Set Up a Healthcare Power of Attorney in Texas

How to Set Up a Healthcare Power of Attorney in Texas

Scott Dylan Westerlund | 29 November, 2021

Even before the pandemic, there was an average of over 11 million ER visits every year in Texas. Now that Covid-19 is also infecting people throughout the state, it&rsquo...

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What is a Misdemeanor in California and What Are Some Possible Defenses?

What is a Misdemeanor in California and What Are Some P...

Michelle Patrick | 22 November, 2021

We all know that people who break the law are committing a crime. Some crimes are more serious than others. Getting a speeding ticket is a less serious offense than attac...

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