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2011-12-14 14:06:11 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Social Security disability attorneys or representatives are often not familiar with some of the civil rights laws and other remedies which may be available to their clients, beyond, or in lieu of, Social Security disability benefits, and which may result in additional or alternative sources of financial proceeds for their clients. Also, as Social Security disability claims have greatly increased due to the lagging economy, client advocates may encounter many persons who will not meet the stringent Social Security disability standards, but may be able to qualify for other relief. This article will explore some of these laws and remedies.

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2011-12-14 14:04:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Over recent years it has become more and more usual for companies to perform background checks on potential employees. It is clear why companies need and want to do this, but what can they check, how do they check it and what restrictions are there?

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2011-12-14 13:57:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Anyone that has experienced discrimination or unfair treatment in the workplace knows how difficult it can be to get fair treatment after the incident, particularly if your employer is a large company. You have to go through management, HR, and several other departments just to find someone who will listen to you. And often, instead of sympathy and help, you employer will start treating you like a troublemaker. However, the federal government and most states have put laws in place to protect employees from discriminatory treatment. Employment law is a law field that specializes in protecting employee and employer rights. Listed below are a few common problems that arise in the workplace.

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2011-12-14 13:56:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

If you are an American then you must have heard about the labor law. In the same way, there is also an employment law. The health and safety is of major concern for the government of America and also for most of the governments across the world. You should understand the difference between the employment laws as well the labor laws. The employment laws are strictly followed in America. Each employer has to fix the employment poster in the office. They have to make sure that they provide the best hygienic condition to the employees. This is because the government of America has made it clear that each employee should be provided with the care as far as their health and safety is concerned.

2011-12-14 13:53:59 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Criminal law is the same as punitive law. Consequences under these laws can be harsh and unique depending on what the type misconduct and jurisdiction it happened in. The usual consequences for violating criminal laws include:

o Prison time
o Execution
o Probation or parole
o Monetary fines

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2011-12-14 13:52:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Adultery is also known as philandery or infidelity is basically a form of extramarital sex. Originally it referred to sex between a married woman and another person other than her spouse. Illegal in some countries, its difference from rape is that while rape involves use of force; adultery is voluntary. Having a Judeo-Christian origin, the concept is present in almost all religious factions of the world.

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2011-12-14 13:51:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Persons accused of committing federal offenses generally face harsher punishment than those who commit state crimes. An experienced criminal law attorney who is intimately familiar with federal law is in the best position to protect the rights of those accused of committing federal crimes.

2011-12-14 13:50:25 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Criminal and penal law refers to the same type of law. Punishments under these laws can be severe and unique depending on the offense and the jurisdiction. Imprisonment, execution, parole, probation and fines are the most common forms of punishment. On occasion, the lines between civil and criminal law become blurred.

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2011-12-14 13:49:29 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

According to criminal law, crimes are offences against the social order. In common law jurisdictions, there is a legal fiction that crimes disturb the peace of the sovereign. Government officials, as agents of the sovereign, are responsible for the prosecution of offenders. Hence, the criminal law "plaintiff" is the sovereign, which in practical terms translates into the monarch or the people.

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2011-12-13 06:30:08 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

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