5 Reasons Not to Accept Settlement Before Consulting a Slip and Fall Lawyer

If you’ve been offered a settlement following a slip-and-fall accident, it’s wise to speak to an attorney before accepting. An experienced premises liability lawyer in Houston can make sure you know your rights and only accept compensation that covers the full damages you’re due. Without


A Comprehensive Guide to SEO for Lawyers: Boost Your Online Presence

Hey there! Are you a lawyer looking to improve your online presence and attract more clients? Well, you’ve come to the right place! In this guide, we’ll be delving into the world of SEO for lawyers and how it can help boost your website’s visibility


10 Things You Need to Know Before Hiring a Property Lawyer in Sydney

If you’re thinking of buying or selling property in Sydney, it’s important to have a good property lawyer by your side. Property law is complex and can vary from state to state, so it’s important to have someone who knows the ropes. A good property


Get All Your Legal Needs In One Place

We still live in a world with a lot of paperwork to handle. Some of these are legally binding documents, and it’s important to have the right type of expertise when preparing them. You want to ensure that all the necessary points are covered and


Laws and Regulations Governing Non-Profit Organizations

The laws and regulations governing nonprofit organizations can be complex and multi-faceted. Before you settle into filing paperwork to create a nonprofit, it’s important to remember that the tax-exempt designation is not a “one size fits all” approach. While most individuals or groups interested in


Here’s What Should You Do If You’re A Mompreneur & Need Maternity Leave

Motherhood is hard. But motherhood while managing a business during a pandemic is nearly impossible. That’s why it is so important to know your maternity rights as a mompreneur! Entrepreneurs and Maternity Leave Mompreneur on maternity leave sitting next to baby crib I was recently


DOJ Files An Anti-Trust Lawsuit Against Google

The ways in which Google has influence in our daily lives cannot be underestimated. Google is no longer just a search engine. To name a few, Google Maps, Google Hangouts, Google Calendar, YouTube, Gmail, Google Chrome, Android, Chrome Books, Nest and Google Wallet are platforms


Even With The Federal Ban, 4,000 Renters Are Being Evicted

As the pandemic continues to put people out of jobs, we have seen an increase in things like unemployment, failure to make payments, and evictions. Yes, you heard that right – evictions. Regardless of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) deciding to put


California’s Ruling Could Make Things Worse For Uber And Lyft Drivers?

In a ruling Monday, the 17th of August 2020, a California superior court judge, Ethan Schulman, said Lyft and Uber should reclassify their workers as employees and not independent contractors. This California’s gig economy law makes it harder for these companies to hire workers as


How To Tell If You Have An Employee Or Independent Contractor

Doing business is a complicated and sometimes grueling process that often involves juggling multiple responsibilities to employees’ clients, vendors, and governments. Some entrepreneurs, like me, enjoy the juggling act; others have come to despise it. Well, if you are an employer in the State of


Meet the 10th Female President Of The FBA In 100 Years

Maria Z. Vathis is of counsel at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP in Chicago, IL. She is also the current President of the Federal Bar Association, an organization she has been a member of since the beginning of her legal career. Maria began service to