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October 2018 Archives

Pregnancy discrimination: what are your rights?

Being pregnant is exciting, but the experience can be easily ruined by your job or employer. Pregnancy discrimination can take the joy out of this time in your life right before your eyes. Fortunately, you have certain protections from discrimination in your workplace. It may help to educate yourself about these policies so you can make sure you are being treated fairly at your job.

What are the employment restrictions for 16-year-olds?

If you are the parent of a 16-year-old in Virginia, the chances are good your child is ready to find a job and enter the workforce. As your child embarks upon this next step in life, you should understand the restrictions put in place by labor laws. The government wants to ensure your child is safe in the work environment and that your child is able to still attend school and handle school responsibilities in addition to working.

Research can help avoid purchasing a lemon

Buying a new car can be exciting. If it is a used car purchased from a West Virginia auto dealer, it may have low mileage and even the new car smell. These vehicles are typically polished and appear to be in mint condition. Despite looking like new, the new car could have a history of ongoing repairs that date back to the first time it was sold, fresh off the assembly line. Knowing what to look for before buying a vehicle can help determine if it’s a good deal or a potential problem.

How can I avoid social media scams?

Social media platforms are a great way to stay in touch with those closest to you. However, if you’re not careful you could fall victim to a scam, some of which look very convincing at first glance. NBCNews.com offers the following advice on how you can spot common scams and frauds and the best methods for avoiding them.

How information about a class action suit is communicated

If the magnitude of an injury toward a specific class of people reaches a point where it is not feasible for all the members of the class to file their own lawsuits, a court will allow the attorneys, evidence, defendants and witnesses to be consolidated into a single class action suit. Once this step is achieved, FindLaw explains that Charleston attorneys are free to notify other members of the affected class that the class action has begun. These notifications are meant to tell other members of the afflicted class that they can participate in the suit.

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