Bullying laws in New Jersey

March 20, 2017

The state of New Jersey was one of the first states in the US to initiate anti-bullying laws. The law prompted a further 14 states in the US to pass anti-bullying laws. The laws in New Jersey focuses on fighting against bullying in all schools in the state. This bill defines bullying as harmful action towards another student and includes any other acts that infringe on a student’s individual and…

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The services a construction consulting services firm provides

March 10, 2017

Written by Lyle Charles Most reputed construction consulting services will provide years of experience and knowledge to assist a project to meet its goals. Consultants will also help the project’s team to meet challenges that arise with owners, contractors, engineers, and architects throughout the construction process. Construction consulting service firms will offer some of the following services; Construction management – A construction management team will usually be assigned to specific projects…

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What is an alibi and how it works?

February 20, 2017

An alibi means that the defendant can demonstrate evidence in a criminal case that they were somewhere other than the scene of the crime. The defendant can rely on another witness to testify in person that they were with or in the same room/area as the defendant. The defendant does not have to take the stand if she/he feels that their past may be questioned and their credibility may be…

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Qualifying your potential construction expert witness

January 12, 2017

Written by Lyle Charles In order to win a construction defect case, it is vital to hire the right construction expert witness that can reduce liabilities and damages that a construction company will have to pay. The construction expert hired for the case should also be able to communicate complex processes into simple language that judges, juries, and arbitrators can easily understand. Therefore qualifying and vetting your construction expert witness is…

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When should you accept a plea bargain in your criminal case

December 12, 2016

Being arrested can be terrifying, stressful and often confusing. In most cases, once a person is arrested, things can move fast and get very complicated. In a confused mental state, it can be tempting to accept a plea bargain from a prosecutor. However, you need to know if you are getting the best deal. Before accepting a plea bargain you should ask yourself a few questions: Have I talked to…

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The benefits of interim management

November 16, 2016

Written by Lyle Charles Interim short-term management services can be defined as enlisting temporary management skills and resources from an outside firm or party. Most often such services are required to assist in periods of transition, crisis or change within an organization. In this case, a temporary manager is hired because often a permanent role is not required or the position needs to be filled on very short notice. For example,…

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What to do if Police want to search your home with a search warrant

October 23, 2016

The police cannot search through your entire home, just because they have a search warrant. The warrant should state specifically the location to be searched and the items to be seized. However, in most cases a warrant will give police a general license to search your entire home. Points to consider when police show you a warrant to search your home. Ask to see the warrant – Have a look…

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Settling Structural Steel Disputes

September 30, 2016

Article written by environmental issues, latest environmental news, resources and advice When there is a defect in structural steel fabrication, it may not present itself for decades. That could lead to very serious financial complications down the road, especially if the failure leads to collapse (partial or complete). This guide will try to assist in avoiding this problem. A steel fabrication expert can examine and assess damages for any potential…

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The Pros of Resorting to Interim Management Services

September 13, 2016

Article written by FairyLaw, the latest legal news & articles The business world has seen a quick ascent in short term time interim management services. Instead of contracting a lasting director, organizations are switching to short term administrators for innovative ideas that will dispatch them into new levels of accomplishment.   Interim managers are frequently being slung into organizations that are looking to handle expansive business ventures – even senior…

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What is Alcohol Law?

August 11, 2016

Alcohol law will handle cases that fall under criminal, administrative, and personal injury involving alcoholic beverages. Laws will be governed by state and local laws, but in cases of issues such as importation, taxation, labeling, and advertising of alcoholic beverages are dealt under the federal legal system. Here are the main categories of alcohol law. Driving under the influence of alcohol – All people are subject to laws prohibiting operating…

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