Blog Archive by Month: June 2017
Court Rules Against Employer for Not Accommodating Employee’s Religious Belief of “Mark of the Beast”
Jun 28, 2017 | Written by: Share|
Recently, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a near $600,000 award against an employer for failing to accommodate an employee’s religious belief after a biometric hand scanner was installed...
Jun 23, 2017 | Written by: Share|
The goal of every person getting divorced should be to settle the case as quickly, painlessly and inexpensively as possible. There are many ways to settle a divorce case, including through the...
Jun 16, 2017 | Written by: Share|
There are two ways in which your property can be apportioned to family and friends after your passing.
Jun 15, 2017 | Written by: Share|
One of the most frequently asked questions in a divorce, custody, or support proceeding is “when and how do I get before the judge to have him/her decide my case/issue?” Unfortunately, it is a...