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Unemployment Appeals Now Handled Through E-Portal For Third Parties

Navigating the new Florida Department of Economic Opportunity's Connect internet portal for unemployment compensation

Class Inaction: The U.S. Supreme Court Reins in Class Actions

The Supreme Court's 2010 term was an embattled one for the class action. The Court made headlines in Wal-Mart v. Dukes when it dashed the hopes of 1.5 million Wal-Mart employees who had brought a class action against the corporate giant.

Oral Argument in the Appellate Court: A Primer

For many attorneys, appellate court arguments are infrequent. But lack of familiarity can be overcome by understanding what appellate judges look for at argument.

DOES THE CONSTITUTION REALLY MEAN SEPARATION BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE

Defending Religious Freedom is evolving as a Major issue. Hobby Lobby; the Tennessee student suspended for saying "God bless you;" the Houston Mayor subpoenaing Pastor's SERMONS. But does the Constitution actually state "Separation of Church and State?"

The Importance of a Lawyer in a Social Security Disability Claim

This article provides an overview of the things a lawyer typically does for you during your disability claim.

Dressing for a Social Security Disability Hearing

This article provides information on what to wear to a social security disability hearing.

Social Security Disability in Tennessee: Know Your Rights

how an attorney can help you with your disability claim.

Temporary Injunctions Aimed at the Military: A Rapid Response Plan for Government Lawyers, by Lieutenant Donald M. Brown, Jr.

Temporary Injunctions Aimed at the Military: A Rapid Response Plan for Government Lawyers, by LT Donald M. Brown, Jr. JAGC, USNR, 40 Naval L. Rev. 157 (1992). U.S Navy Law Review Article http://0-www.heinonline.org.polar.onu.edu/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/naval40&page=157&collection=journals#163

Social Security Disability Claims Become Tougher as Field Offices Close

Social Security Disability Claims Become Tougher as Field Offices Close

Seven Requirements for Running a Lawful California Medical Marijuana Collective

This article advises on the requirements for running and maintaining a lawful California Medical Marijuana Collective/Dispensary.

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