Legal Guide

Legal Guide (Page 166)

ReDigi Loses Copyright Battle in Court

Digital technology has transformed a huge number of industries, changing the way people interact with goods and services, and creating all sorts of complications involving ownership and copyright infringement. The battles over these rights in the entertainment world have been furious, and don’t seem to be going away. While digital film, TV, book and music sales are now completely... ❯❯❯

Maternity Leave and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act

It’s no secret that there are some serious disparities in the workplace where female employees are concerned. Women still earn significantly less money than men while performing the same jobs, and there are far fewer women enjoying positions of authority than men across all industries. It’s an issue that has received a ton of attention, and rightly so. The days of women being expected... ❯❯❯

Legal Software

Keeping up with new developments, and refreshing underused knowledge can be a tough challenge when you are trying to balance a busy schedule and a hectic home life. CPD can seem like a chore. It’s easy to forget that it’s there to benefit you, and your career. Whether it’s furthering your position in your current employment, or helping to make you more desirable to future... ❯❯❯

Apple Faces Enhanced Legal Supervision in China

Tech giant Apple has not had an easy go of it over the last couple of years concerning their operations in China. Everyone remembers the ongoing headlines concerning Foxconn, the Chinese manufacturer of parts for iPhones, iPads, and iPods. There was the explosion at one of their factories that revealed unsafe working conditions, and the rumor of netting around buildings meant to catch would-be... ❯❯❯

Prepaid Legal Services: Are They Worth the Money?

The American legal system is one of the best in the world. It’s as fair and balanced as an imperfect, manmade community construct can ever be, and the basic, guilty until proven innocent stance is incredibly liberal compared to the type of law practiced in the majority of the world’s countries. But the American legal system is also overflowing with civil lawsuits. It has become quite... ❯❯❯

Five Things You Should Not Do After a Car Accident

Car accidents are, unfortunately, a common occurrence in any large city and Toronto is no exception. While some car accidents cause little or no damage or injury, other accidents are quite serious and can result in permanent injury or even death. Following are some things that a person should never do in the event of a car accident. Never Leave the Scene No matter what type of car accident you... ❯❯❯

How to Collect Unpaid Wages

Unpaid wages can be a real pain in the neck. Whether you are a freelance worker and your client is taking the mickey, or your employer is refusing to pay you your proper overtime rates, being owed money that you have earned is no fun at all. It can cause all sorts of complications, from having to dip into your overdraft (and then struggling with the repayments month on month) to getting behind... ❯❯❯

Reasons Why Hiring Workers Compensation Attorneys is the Right Thing to Do

Many individuals who got injured in the line work question the practicality of employing the services of workers compensation attorneys. It should be noted that such question should not have been asked in the first place because hiring the said personnel, especially those who are in the mould of workers compensation California attorneys is the most practical thing to do. The reasons for this are... ❯❯❯

Understanding clinical negligence and your rights

Clinical negligence refers to an unfortunate state of affairs, whereby a health care provider commits negligence, through act or omission, where the treatment isn’t up to the standards of medical practice and leads to the injury or death of the patient. If you are the victim of clinical negligence, it is critical that you do not ignore it and that you take the necessary steps to bring... ❯❯❯

How to Go About Filing a Claim for Disability Benefits

No one wants to be injured just because they were doing their job. But not all careers involve sitting safely in an office cubicle for eight hours a day. Many jobs carry some amount of danger, and the risk of injury is always lingering in the background, ready to strike if you or a co-worker aren’t playing close enough attention. Luckily, companies that deal in dangerous activities must... ❯❯❯