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Employment Law: Attendance Rewards – What Are the Legal Ramifications?

Courtesy of William Bronchick @ Bronchick Law If you were thinking of offering your employees special rewards as incentives for having good attendance records, then you must read on. In fact, employers that offer attendance bonuses may find themselves falling foul of the law. Let’s take an imaginary company; Royal Marketing introduced a rewards scheme for […]

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Information on Employment Background Checks

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law Employment background checks are becoming increasingly common these days. The reasons for this include the fact that negligent hiring lawsuits that result from the actions of an errant employee can damage a company’s credibility and lead to hefty fines; companies have become more selective in their choice of employees […]

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About Domain Name Trademarks

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law As your business grows, the value of your domain name increases. The issue of a domain name trademark should move to the top of your list. You need to guard against unscrupulous competitors that may try to incorporate your domain name into their meta tags to obtain search engine […]

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DNA Profiling: Its Uses in Court

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law Stronger evidence in courtrooms—it’s what every attorney, defendant, and plaintiff dreams of. Beginning in the last 1980s, this is exactly what began to surface through DNA profiling. We don’t deal at all with this kind of issue at Bronchick Law, but I thought it might prove to be some interesting […]

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Critical Business Procedure – Keep All Email Communications!

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law Businesses routinely maintain copies of correspondence and memos. Far to often, however, they do not extend this practice to email correspondence. Email correspondence is no different than your normal paperwork. You must keep copies of all of it to protect your business in any litigation. Currently, only banks and […]

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Criminal Justice Degrees: What is the Difference and What are the Benefits?

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law At Bronchick Law, we rarely deal with criminal justice, but I thought this might be of interest to the folks following my articles that are considering a degree in Criminal Justice! There are many majors in criminal justice. Let us look at the most popular ones – justice administration, […]

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All About Criminal Background Checks

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law Although my legal practice at Bronchick Law normally doesn’t deal a lot with background checks, there are times when it may be either appropriate or even necessary. Background checks are a useful screening and selection tool for companies. Of the many types of background checks, criminal background checks are […]

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County Court Judgements Explained and The Effect on Your Credit

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law At Bronchick Law, our specialty is Real Estate Law, business, entity setup and maintenance, asset protection, estate planning and more. We find that clients that have had a judgment issued against them by a county, don’t always understand what it entails; both legally and what it might do to […]

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Corporate Records – Shareholder Inspections

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law At Bronchick Law, we deal with corporate entities and all the issues surrounding them. Having issues with inspecting corporate records? Whatever side of the coin you are on, we can help! Let’s say that you’re conducting business as a corporation and various shareholders have kicked in investment money. Can […]

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Are You Considering Criminal Law?

By William Bronchick, Bronchick Law   Although at Bronchick Law, we don’t practice Criminal Law, we do have a number of young adult readers that may be considering it as a career. Here is a little information that I hope you find helpful. If criminal law is your passion, there is little doubt that you will be […]

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