Switching to Independent Contractors Draws Scrutiny from IRS and Department of Labor

Switching to Independent Contractors Draws Scrutiny from IRS and Department of Labor With the current state of the economy, shifting from full-time employees to independent contractors is a cost-cutting measure that some businesses have implemented. This saves the business money … Read full article

Hotel Overbooking, Serious Enough for a Class Action Lawsuit?

Using a credit card to guarantee a hotel room reservation creates a contract between you and the hotel. A Dallas civil trial attorney is considering taking action against hotels that breach this contract by overbooking and denying the guest a room.

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Legal Documents, Contracts, Written Agreements

Legal Documents, Contracts, Written Agreements Every day, in many different parts of your life you encounter legal documents, contracts or written agreements. But what do all of the Whereas’s and Wherefore’s mean? What are the basic terms that must be … Read full article

Personal Injury Claims and Uninsured Motorists Coverage

In Tennessee every person who operates an automobile is required to have the vehicle insured with liability insurance coverage. Likewise, every policy of insurance must include uninsured motorists coverage. However, is every person in your vehicle covered under uninsured motorists coverage? Have an attorney review your automobile insurance policy so you know your legal rights.

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Contract Law : What makes a contract enforceable?

Contracts are usually enforceable as a matter of law. However, there are exceptions. The question of enforceability depends on how the contract is written. Consult with an attorney and have any contract reviewed before signing it.

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