Protections And Rewards For Whistleblowers

Posted on: 27 April 2021

What Is a Whistleblower? A whistleblower is someone who reports incidents to those who are in the position to do something about it regarding the following areas: Corruption Fraud Waste Dangers to the public A whistleblower will generally be a part of the organization where the incident they are reporting took place, but this is not required to be considered a whistleblower.  Whistleblower Protections  Whistleblower Protection Act The Whistleblower Protection Act, or WPA, protects employees and employee applicants who reveal information they believe points to:
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The Importance Of Criminal Record Sealing & Expungement

Posted on: 28 March 2021

Your criminal record is your entire history of arrests and convictions. The criminal justice system keeps records of everybody with a criminal record. This means that even small mistakes can be accessible for the rest of your life. Are you interested in sealing or expunging your criminal records? This could make your records more private or even completely gone from view. Here's what you should know. Who Has Access to Your Criminal Records?
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Buying A New Home? 3 Signs That Point To Your Need For A Real Estate Attorney

Posted on: 26 February 2021

If you're in the process of buying a home, you might think that you can proceed without legal representation. If your purchase is problem-free, chances are good that you can continue without legal assistance. Unfortunately, not all real estate transactions are problem-free, even if they started out that way. Problems can pop-up that you weren't expecting. When those problems do pop up, it's crucial that you hire a real estate attorney.
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Three Things You Should Know About Having Your Criminal Record Expunged

Posted on: 26 January 2021

If you have a criminal record, you have likely experienced many barriers in your life because of it. You certainly will have limitations on the ability to find jobs, and if you have found one, there will likely be limited opportunity for advancement. The good news is that many states allow for an expungement of your criminal record. The following are a few things you should know. Expungement laws are state-specific
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