Tips for getting your disability claim approved quickly—from someone who's done it. Lots of good feedback and advice from readers, too!
Tax breaks to churches costs the U.S. $71 billion a year while subverting freedom of religion for all and the free speech rights of churches.
There are a lot of genuine concerns to have when you bring a claim. Unfortunately, there are also a lot of myths out there that can muddy the waters and cause confusion and further stress.
Both employees and employers benefit when workers use their own personal smartphones and other devices on the job. But companies must protect themselves from potential legal liabilities.
Does a perfectly competitive market exist anywhere in the world? The best answer is, "No," because perfect competition is an "ideal." Not reality. So, how far from "ideal" is America's market system?
What happens to your job if you get sick? What about your wage? How will you pay your bills? These are all concerns which this article hopes to address by shedding some light on the topic of Sick Pay.
Consumer Protection (Electronic Trade Transactions) Regulations 2012 came into operation on 1 July 2013 to protect users from online fraudsters. How will this change affect you as eCommerce operator?
When you are forced to leave your job you can have a lot of questions. This article answers the three most critical questions you should be answering before you bring a claim.
Here are six key aspects of an athlete's sponsorship agreement, and how the athlete and the sponsor can each protect their interests.
More people than ever have tattoos in the UK. The British Association of Dermatologists stated that 1 in 5 of us has a tattoo in 2012. This article will explain how the law stands regarding those of us who have tattoos and how this affects our employment rights.
What are the Mandatory ISO 9001:2008 procedures and how should they be written and structured for your Quality Management System?
This article lays out the legal position and your rights when you become pregnant. It also outlines the legal redress available to you if you become the victim of unfavourable treatment.
Developing a quality plan can be easier if you refer to your employees, customer’s responses, and other businesses for feedback. Let's start the conversation about quality improvement.
Injuries at work are some of the most stressful matters you will ever deal with. Here are some honest thoughts from a former legal assistant.
When is a worker properly classified as an employee or as an independent contractor? What happens when an employer gets it wrong? Here's an overview of employee misclassification issues.