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Breach of Employment Contract

27th June 2012
In the event that you believe that your employer has acted unfairly towards you or has made changes to your work or job without your agreement, then your employer could be legally liable for breach of contract. The employment law in the UK understands... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

All you need to know about the criminal lawyer

22nd March 2012
Civil law and criminal law are different. In former one, disputes among individuals and organizations are dealt with. The law relating to crime is criminal law. Criminal law comes into picture, when welfare of public and society is endangered. Examples of... Read >
Author: mariocora

Can Fraud Be Solved By Using Forensic Accounting Techniques?

08th December 2011
The same job is often done by somebody called a forensic accountant or a fraud investigator. Whatever the job title, the same techniques are employed when servicing the assignment. Issues involving financial dispute such as fraud will require expert accou... Read >
Author: Mark Jenner

Breach Agreement Regarding Fiduciary Responsibility Suits In California

03rd December 2010
Lawsuits for Breach Agreement of fiduciary duty generally come up in partnership or shareholder litigation. As per California's Supreme Court duty is outlined as arising whenever believe in and confidence is reposed by a single particular person in the in... Read >
Author: Breach Agreement

Employee Duties after they leave: Confidentiality, Non-Compete, Non-Solicit

03rd August 2010
What kinds of duties do employees owe their employer after leaving? Please note that the information provided herein is not legal advice and is provided for informational and educational purposes only. If you need legal advice with respect to drafting ... Read >
Author: Michael

Element of a Breach of Contract Lawsuit

31st May 2010
Breach of contract lawsuits and litigation are the recurring business disputes for a business or property owner. Before signing a contract, it is very important to understand and read each provision to make sure that one can do all the terms and condition... Read >
Author: Laine T Wagenseller

Constructive Dismissal - A Simple Guide

06th May 2010
Constructive dismissal is a complicated area, and many people are not entirely sure what it means. If your employer has acted in such a way that you feel you simply have to leave your current employment, this may mean you have a claim for constructive dis... Read >
Author: Tim Bishop

Does Renter's Insurance Cover My Pets?

22nd March 2010
This is a question that has many areas that need to be addressed. There is no simple answer here. That is such a broad question; it would be impossible to provide a simple "yes" or "no" in response. Most likely the response would be, "Well, that all depen... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Letters of Credit demystified

03rd March 2010
Although the idea of a letter of credit is simple, the paperwork is challenging. The idea is that the seller will receive payment when he presents certain documents at his bank even before the merchandise has reached the buyer. These "certain documents... Read >
Author: PATRICIA JOHNSON

Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuits in California

26th January 2010
Lawsuits for breach of fiduciary duty often arise in partnership or shareholder litigation. As per California's Supreme Court fiduciary duty is defined as arising whenever trust and confidence is reposed by one person in the integrity and fidelity of anot... Read >
Author: Laine T Wagenseller

Is Adultery Illegal in California?

20th August 2009
Recently, I have learned that it still is against the law to cheat in twenty-two (22) states! What about California?My research unveiled the unfortunate answer of NO. However, it USED to be. In 1872, the California Penal Code read, § 269a. Adu... Read >
Author: Kelly Chang Rickert

Breach of Partnership and Its Legal Consequences

05th August 2009
Sometimes a dispute between two business partners can happen especially when one of them has violated a certain agreement. In this situation, a business should be dissolved to expel a partner, unless that the terms and conditions in expulsion is included ... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Breach of Contract and the Grounds for a Lawsuit

31st July 2009
Breach of contract happens when people fail to perform their promised obligations and duty, which will also make them liable for a lawsuit. Before signing a contract, it is very important to understand and read each provision to make sure that one can ... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Breach of Contract

28th July 2009
Breach of contract happens quite often. Two or more parties enter into a good faith arrangement and during their relationship, one or more decide(s) for whatever non-legally valid reason not to hold up their end of the bargain. A few types of breaches are... Read >
Author: Kevin Johnson

Sexual Orientation Discrimination in Workplace: What You Need to Know

23rd July 2009
Gays and lesbians are vulnerable to harassment and discrimination because of their sexual orientation. But with the growing awareness and acceptance, the society has realized that these people should be given the equal rights just like everyone else. P... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group
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