Apr 05, 2011

A FEW TIPS TO MAKE YOU LESS LIKELY TO FALL VICTIM TO ONLINE IDENTITY THEFT

By now almost everyone has heard of “identity theft,” and probably knows someone who has been a victim. In today’s electronic world, where you communicate via the faceless world of e-mail and instant messaging, and make purchases electronically via the …

Mar 16, 2011

IS A FIANCÉ OF AN EMPLOYEE A PERSON WHO CAN’T BE RETALIATED AGAINST AT WORK?

A decision by the United States Supreme Court in January opened the door to a broader interpretation of the anti-discrimination laws.

Mar 15, 2011

DOES AN EMPLOYEE WAIVE A PRIVILEGE TO CORRESPOND WITH THEIR LAWYER IF THEY USE THE COMPANY E-MAIL?

In a recent case the employer hired a woman named Holms but a month later she announced she was pregnant. It was not long before the President of the company made it plain that he was very unhappy about having …

Mar 02, 2011

THE RISKS OF LITIGATION OR DISCLOSING INFORMATION TO AN EMPLOYER ARE NOT THE ONLY RISK PRESENTED BY CARELESS SOCIAL NETWORKING

The moral of the story is simple – if you wouldn’t share the information with a random stranger walking down the street, you probably should not post it online.

Feb 10, 2011

CONSUMERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF SO-CALLED “PRICE-MATCHING” SCAMS

New Hampshire Consumer Protection Act, which has powerful remedies for consumers who are victimized by such unscrupulous acts.

Dec 07, 2010

FREE BIRD? THE CASE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE v. WARD BIRD: A MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE? PART III: A WORD ABOUT THE APPEALS PROCESS IN THE NEW HAMPSHIRE SUPREME COURT

One of the things that has caused some of Mr. Bird’s supporters to feel dissatisfied with the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s decision concerns the standard of review applied by the Court and the fact that the Court gave what some …

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