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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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How to Get Your Record Expunged or Sealed in Florida

How to Get Your Record Expunged or Sealed in Florida

Susan R. Miller | 24 March, 2021

 Let’s say your younger years were a bit wild and you broke the law and got yourself arrested. Or maybe you were going through a particularly difficult time an...

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What to do with the kids when one divorced parent wants to move

What to do with the kids when one divorced parent wants...

Susan R. Miller | 23 March, 2021

COVID-19 has caused many people to re-evaluate their lives, including where they will live. New job opportunities, the ability to work from home indefinitely, the need to...

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What Does "Reasonable Grounds" for DWIs in Missouri Mea...

Chris Raghebi | 23 March, 2021

Imagine you're driving home at about 10:45pm, traveling 47 MPH in a 35 MPH zone when you get pulled over by a law enforcement officer. The officer says he smelled a s...

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How to Get Your Record Sealed or Expunged in Texas

How to Get Your Record Sealed or Expunged in Texas

Jane Meggitt | 22 March, 2021

A criminal record, even for a minor crime, limits a person’s life in numerous ways. They are ineligible for certain jobs, housing and student loans. A long-ago run-...

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No Fault Divorce vs. Fault Divorce - What these terms mean

No Fault Divorce vs. Fault Divorce - What these terms m...

Frankie Grijalva | 18 March, 2021

No-fault divorces mean that the person filing for divorce doesn't have to prove that the other person did something to cause the end of the marriage.  Every...

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Just been furloughed? Don’t worry. It’s not the same as being laid off.

Just been furloughed? Don’t worry. It’s not the sam...

Austin Hanover | 18 March, 2021

As job losses mount across the nation, people have started hearing more about two distinct forms of unemployment:   A furlough  A lay off.  A...

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