Tips For Job-Hunting Success

Employment Litigation Lawyer Are you looking for a new job and feeling overwhelmed by the process? You’re not alone! Job hunting can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With a few simple tips from an employment lawyer at Ted A Greve & Associates, you can increase your chances of success; as

What Is A 341 Meeting In A Bankruptcy Case?

Business Litigation Lawyer Whether you’ve filed a Chapter 7, Chapter 13, or another form of bankruptcy petition, you will be required to attend a 341 meeting at some point during the bankruptcy process. This is also referred to as a “meeting of the creditors.” It is imperative that you appear at the meeting or you

What is a real estate litigation lawyer and why might I need one?

Real estate, particularly real estate investment, can get complicated. Everything from zoning and zoning variances through how the property in question is financed for both your purchase and your development is subject to a myriad of rules and laws. You need a lawyer who knows the local ropes to be sure all the details are

Can I Sue My Employer?

Yes. In the state of Washington DC, most employees fall under at will employees and this means that you could be fired for a reason whether that reason is good or bad, but you can also be fired for no reason at all. But if your termination is breaking an employment contract or otherwise violates

The Basics Of Wrongful Termination Litigation

In general, it is unlawful for employers to terminate workers, even if they are at-will employees, due to certain discriminatory or retaliatory reasons. It is also illegal to create such a hostile work environment (for discriminatory or retaliatory reasons) that affected employees feel compelled to quit. Therefore, it’s still a good idea to connect with

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SEC Awards Millions To Whistleblowers

Whistleblower Lawyer The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has awarded more than $55 million to whistleblowers in the first nine months of the year. It has provided financial awards to 66 people since the program was implemented in 2011, with payouts totaling more than $1.3 billion, according to an SEC press release on Tuesday. Since

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