Non-Disparagement Clauses & What Businesses Need to Know About the Consumer Review Fairness Act

With the use of the internet making it easy, customers and consumers are able to voice their opinions about businesses with negative and positive opinions. Because of these reviews that have helped the everyday consumer’s purchase decisions, both large and small businesses have been hurt and mired. The non-disparagement clauses have gained popularity due to…

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Delayed Back Pain or Other Injuries After Car Accident? Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Claims

Following a vehicle accident, the injuries sustained as a result is not always immediately noticeable. Weeks or even months may be what it takes for the symptoms to manifest with some injuries. Understanding the potential injuries that may appear later is important, and if you do notice any injuries from an accident, you should contact…

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Questions to Ask & Things to Consider Before Signing a Typical Commercial Property Lease

A commercial lease should not be signed by business owners light-heartedly. The store-front or office space, when first starting out is one of a business owners’ biggest expenses. Like most contracts, it could be too late to make any changes once you have signed a commercial lease. To potentially prevent you from growing your business,…

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Protective Order VS Restraining Order; Temporary & Extended, How to Get, Violating Orders & More

The terms Protective Order and Restraining Order are used interchangeably as an order from the court to keep away from a person or a place and in many other places throughout the country. With two distinct types of Protective Orders in Las Vegas, the Family Court issues a protective order that is against domestic violence…

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Lawyer for Involuntary Manslaughter; Misdemeanor & Criminal Negligent Definition, Defenses & More

Most understand involuntary manslaughter as when the death of a person is never the intent of the one charged with the crime. Because it is still related to heavier offenses such as homicide and murder, involuntary holds consequences. Where involuntary manslaughter often involves accidental tragedies, people can find themselves trying to defend themselves against these…

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