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5 Tips to Keep Your Parking Lot Compliant With Fire Lane and ADA Striping

When your parking lot needs to be compliant with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Standards of Accessible Design, there are a few things to keep in mind. To begin with, when you need to provide spaces for parking, you have an immediate obligation to remove any barriers to accessibility that may exist in your facility of parking. It is relatively inexpensive to do ADA striping and thus, quite achievable. Here are a few tips to... ❯❯❯

How to Best Prepare for Attending Court

Attending Court can be stressful and intimidating, even for those who do so regularly. It can be even more so for those attending for the first time with very little idea of what to expect. Not knowing where to go, or how to act can only add to the stress of having to present yourself before a Judge. It can be difficult to know how to behave and act to reduce the stress of attending court and present yourself in the best possible... ❯❯❯

International Environmental Law and Policy of Sustainable Development

It is evident that States and International organizations are the primary sources of international law. However, international environmental law is the impact of efforts from non-government organizations and state authorities. There have been positive efforts made on law and policy making in the field of international environmental law in nations such as United States, Germany, Japan, Russia, South Africa, Brazil, China, India and... ❯❯❯

How Lawyers Can Mindfully Cope With Changes Coming To The Legal Profession

The legal profession is facing an avalanche of change in the way it conducts its business. We think we are used to change because that is the nature of law. We live in the changing world of courts, business, technology and legislation. Now we are also experiencing a world where books are being replaced by eBooks, where DVDs are being replaced by live streaming, hotels by renting rooms in people's homes, taxis by Uber and bank loans by... ❯❯❯

Why Is There No Law for Religious Malpractice?

If a doctor gives a person the wrong prescription or removes the wrong organ, or so forth, he would be up for malpractice and would lose his license. The same does not apply, however, to the priest who upholds the lies and myths of religious tenets and advises incorrectly. The fact that he claims to forgive sins and sends people on their way to do the same again should come under the heading of religious malpractice. Governments are... ❯❯❯

How a Private Investigator Could Help Improve Your Retail Business

If you're the manager or owner of a retail company, you'll know how important the customer-facing role of a shop assistant can be. When it comes to your customers, interaction with your staff could make or break their first impression of your business - and a good first impression could secure future visits. In any business, building meaningful relationships with clients is what will set you apart from your competitors and enable you... ❯❯❯

What to Know When Searching For Public Records

In the beginning, before the gods created the internet, public records were located in the basements of courthouses, recorders' offices, city halls and the halls of administration. News Flash: Those records are still there! Those records are either in their original form, converted to microfiche or on a computer disc. Today many public records are online. However, most of the old records are not online. Many agencies do not have the... ❯❯❯

When Is the Right Time to Bring in Education Defense Attorneys?

Parents want their children to receive a decent education and avoid harm when they attend school. However, many schoolchildren are often injured while at school. When a child is injured at school, is there a proper recourse? Who is responsible? Those are the types of questions experienced education defense attorneys will answer. Here are some elements to take into consideration before entering into a lawsuit against a school. Take... ❯❯❯

Why FCRA Background Checks Should Be a Part of Your Hiring Process

FCRA Background Checks have to be conducted. Otherwise, you don't really know who your employees are, or what they have done in the past. There is an easier way to have these checks conducted, and that involves working with a third-party. This way, you can be confident of the results, and not have to do all of the work on your own. Why Work With a third-Party? There are quite a few reasons as to why you should work with a... ❯❯❯

A Quick Guide to Understanding the 5 Common Types of Harassment

A Breakdown of 5 of the Most Common Types of Harassment Harassment refers to a form of discrimination that involves any unwanted verbal or physical behavior that would make a person feel offended, humiliated or intimidated. In most cases, harassment is a kind of conduct that will persist over a period of time but sometimes can also be a serious one-time incident. The causes and forms of harassment are extensive and complex. Most... ❯❯❯