Adoption can be a gift. If you can’t take care of your baby, adoption is a way of giving him or her a better life. If you can’t have a child, it gives you the opportunity to have the family that you always wanted. However, adoption isn’t always easy as you may think. Whether you are placing your baby up for adoption or you are looking to adopt, it takes time to get ready to go through the whole process. Here are some things that you need to prepare either way. Take time to learn about the process. Before you … Continue reading Seven Things You Should Do to Prepare for An Adoption →
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Should You Plead Guilty? Why Hiring a Lawyer is Crucial in Your Criminal Case There is an old saying in the law: he who chooses to serve as his own lawyer has a fool for a client. Nowhere is this aphorism more apt than when it comes to deciding whether to plead guilty to criminal charges. If you have been charged with a crime and think you may want to plead guilty, then you need a lawyer to represent you and guide you through your options. Period. Full stop. Here’s why. Anything You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You In a criminal … Continue reading Should You Plead Guilty? Why Hiring a Lawyer is Crucial in Your Criminal Case →
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Having a reliable, compliant and cost-effective parts manufacturer is a vital ingredient in the success of your business. It enables you to work effectively and eliminates the chances of production delays. Finding a good one in a market flooded with contract manufacturing companies can be daunting and strenuous. However, when you know what qualities you […]
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The Defend Trade Secrets Act, or DTSA, was signed into law in 2016. The new federal law allowed American businesses legal redress to protect their trade secrets and intellectual property. In addition, the law provides for whistleblower protections. With the gig economy growing, and the practice of hiring freelance contractors becoming more usual even for long-term and leadership roles, the courts have begun to detail specifics related to these contractors and business trade secrets. At this time, the understanding of this law with respect to private independent contractors and subcontractors working for a public company is that the law covers … Continue reading Trade Secrets and the Gig Economy: Intellectual Property and Whistleblower Protections under DTSA →