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My Employer Is Requiring Me to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine to Return to Work But I Don’t Want One

Michelle Patrick
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17 June, 2021
The country has started to re-open. COVID-19 vaccines are available for adults in all age groups and have become relatively easy to get. Employers are starting to require employees to physically return to the workplace. Some employers, especially those in whic...

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How Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses Can Survive the Pandemic

How Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses Can Survive the ...

Sona Sulakian | 23 November, 2020

Entrepreneurs and small businesses are struggling around the country. Women and minority-owned businesses have been particularly hit hard.  For example, salons an...

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Scared to Talk to a Lawyer? Don’t Be.

Scared to Talk to a Lawyer? Don’t Be.

Patty Lamberti | 23 November, 2020

Breaking news: every human will need a lawyer at some point in their lives. That's why there are so many lawyers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, ther...

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Why Some Universities Allow Protests and Others Don’t

Why Some Universities Allow Protests and Others Don’t

Monique Bolsajian | 20 November, 2020

Some college students across this country have moved into dorms and are planning on attending classes in person.  Others are still living at home, taking classes ent...

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Why Entrepreneurs Need a Lawyer to File Trademarks

Why Entrepreneurs Need a Lawyer to File Trademarks

Victoria Pappas | 20 November, 2020

Starting your own business can be both a challenging and exciting process. Sometimes, entrepreneurs spend too much time worrying about if they'll fail. They don't...

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Eviction And Renting In Illinois During The Coronavirus Pandemic: What Rights Do Renters Have?

Eviction And Renting In Illinois During The Coronavirus...

Sona Sulakian | 20 November, 2020

It's not cheap to live in Illinois. An hourly pay of at least $21.30 is required to afford a two bedroom rental in Illinois. If you earn minimum wage, that means you&...

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What you need to Know About Spousal Support in New York

What you need to Know About Spousal Support in New York

Monique Bolsajian | 20 November, 2020

The one part of a divorce that no couple - with kids or without - wants to deal with? Spousal support.  Luckily, we are here to help. We can connect you with...

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