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A lot of individuals do not think about obtaining a legal professional till they are in desperate need. The legal dilemma might possibly be personal, like family law, for a divorce or separation or if you are hunting for a bankrupcy or trust legal professional. It may be a felony condition you need to be defended on. Organizations need to have law firms as well, whether they are being sued for discrimination, sexual harassment, or perhaps unfair business strategies. Tax legal professionals are also very helpful when engaging with government issues. Just like doctors, lawyers have expertise. A sizeable, full service law firm has a lot of attorneys with unique areas of experience, so hinging on your company legal issue, you can promptly retain the most effective lawyer or attorney to satisfy your current need without having to commence your search each time you need legal assistance.It is best to obtain a legal representative you can trust. You want one with a good record, who issincere, effective, and wins cases. You really want to have assurance that they will represent you accurately and bill you fairly for their products and services. Sometimes a word of mouth from a buddy or business affiliate can be helpful, nevertheless you should continue to keep your options open and review all the firms accessible, due to the fact when you require legal support, you need it immediately and you need the best you can afford. Thank you for browsing for a lawyer with us. Your time is valuable, and Action Pages, at Actionyp.com, is glad to present specific search parameters to fulfill your requirements. We constantly strive to focus on the most popular phrases so you can promptly find anything at all you are searching for.

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University Most Affordable In South Florida?
Which Is Better Or More Affordable To Become Lawyer Or Physician?

A lawyer is more affordable but a physician from the point of lifetime income is much better./

Can I Open Home-Office, Providing Legal Assistant Services If I Hire Only One Part Time Attorney? Thanks.?
May I Have Only One Part-Time Attorney For Work In My Office Or It Has To Be A Full-Time? It Would Be The Only Employee In The Office Neither Paralegal Nor Legal Assistant.

Your question is not clear, but I am assuming you wish to do legal work as a legal assistant. Having an attorney on payroll will not allow you to do this. You can perform legal services only if you are the employee of the lawyer, and work under his direct supervision.

Unauthorized practice of law is a felony in most jurisdictions. Be careful.

Becoming A Defense Lawyer?
Qualifications? Requirements For Employment? Salary Starting Out? Advancement Opportunities? Benefits?

I'm assuming you mean criminal defense.

qualifications? A law degree, bar admission, and criminal law clinic and clerkship experience during law school.

requirements for employment? See above.

Salary starting out? It depends on if you are working as a public defender or at a private law firm. As a PD, you could make as little as $35,000 in a low cost of living area, or as much as $80,000 in a high cost of living area. If you graduate at the top of your law school class, you could make six figures at your first job at a large private firm.

Advancement opportunities? Making partner at a law firm or advancing to Public Defender rather than Assistant Public Defender.

Benefits? Depends on the employer. A government job (public defender) will most likely have excellent benefits. A small law firm will most likely have terrible benefits (possibly not even offer you health insurance). A large firm will probably have a good benefits package.

Free Legal Consultation?
I Am Looking For Free Legal Advice In Relation To A Civil Suit Involving An Auto Accident Where I Am Now Being Sued. I Was Not Involved In The Accident In Any Way And It Was Proven At The Time The Criminal Trial Was Supposed To Take Place. The Case Was Thrown Out And I Was Null Processed. My Issue Now Is That The Civil Cases Are Still Wasting My Time And Missing Money From Work. I Feel That The Sworn Statements And Interogatories Are Slanderous Because I Was Not Involved. Coments Such As &Quot; Due To My Lack Of Due Care, Irresponsible, Wreckless.&Quot; I Find These Comments Truly Offensive And Since I'M Bieng Sued Rather Damaging If Believed By A Judge Or Jury. I Wolud Like To Know If I Have Any Legal Recourse Under The Laws For Libel Or Slander. Any Well Informed Opion Will Be Greatly Appreciated.

Get legal representation. I know it will cost money but if you are certain that you will win the civil suit then you can make them pay for attorney's fees. It sounds like this is more complictated than what a yahoo answers can provide. Slander and libel depend on how it has affected you regarding your profession, personal reputation in your community etc. Also, whether it was published or publicly announced in a newspaper or such. The accusations themselves are not slander but if tey were to say you were found responsible when it hasn't been found in the courts system yet, then maybe you would have something. If I were you, I would call your State Bar and ask for a lawyer referal.

Got Some Legal Advice I Need It..?
I Work For A Company That Recently Instated A Policy That States Managers And Employees Are Not Allowed To Communicate Outside Of Work Unless It Work Related... I Am Just Wondering If This Is Legal.. That Seems Like It Reaches To Far Into Personal Lives

It's called an anti-fraternization policy and is generally legal. Note that in this case it only applies to communications between managers and employees outside of the workplace, and only for non work related matters. Employees are free to fraternize socially among themselves so long as none of them are in management positions.

The reasoning behind such policies is to protect the company from any liability which might arise from misconduct by management towards employees (which could be anything from having an employee run a purely personal errand to sexual harassment).

The broader the scope of conduct and employees covered by a policy though, the more likely it is that it will not survive a legal challenge. For example, a few years ago, an anti-fraternization policy was ruled as unlawful because it was deemed to have a potential chilling effect on workers' protected right to organize as or under a union under the NLRA.

In your situation since the fraternization is limited to actions between management and other employees and only for non-work related matters, that ruling would not apply.

Florida Adult Labor Law?
Looking For Any Information On Florida Law Requiring Breaks For Adults, Not Minors.

Florida does not have any laws on the books specifically related to this area, except those pertaining to minors. Florida law requires that minors under age 18 must be given an uninterrupted meal or rest period of at least 30 minutes for each four hours they have continuously worked.

Although Florida does not have a lunch and break law for those persons 18 and over, there are applicable federal rules for Florida citizens. While Federal Law does not mandate specific breaks or meal periods, it does give guidance as to whether or not an employee should be paid during these times. Short breaks are usually 20 minutes or less, and should be counted as hours worked. Genuine “meal periods” are usually 30 minutes or more, and do not need to be compensated as work time. For this to be the case, however, the worker must be completely relieved of his or her duties during the meal break. If the employee is still required to do any duties (even minor duties such as answering a phone), it can’t be considered a meal or lunch period and must be paid.

Federal law also contains other provisions related to employee pay during times of waiting, sleeping and traveling. Whether or not waiting time needs to be considered paid work hours depends on the situation. If an employee is allowed to do something of his or her choosing while waiting for another task to be finished or while waiting at the workplace for his or her services to be called upon, it is generally considered work time. On the other hand, if an employee is waiting to be called upon, but has great freedom to do what he or she wishes while on call (and has plenty of time to respond to the call), it is not generally considered paid work time.

When it comes to sleeping time, employees required to be on duty less than 24 hours is considered to be “working” even if he or she is permitted to sleep during some of those hours when not busy. If an employee is on duty more than 24 hours, a sleeping period of no more than eight hours may be deducted from work hours. However, this can only be done if sleeping quarters are provided and at least five hours of uninterrupted sleep may be achieved by the employee.

Finally, another issue I find comes up in the area of work hours is the issue of travel time. The general rule of thumb is that time spent in the normal day’s commute to and from work is not considered paid working time. However, if an employee is traveling in the course of a days work, it must be considered paid work time.

Complete information on the laws related to lunches, breaks and other pertinent labor issues can be found on the Florida Complete Labor Law Poster. This poster offers all the required postings for both federal and state labor laws.~~