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The attorneys at Susie Hill Attorney At Law represent clients in the Charleston metropolitan area and throughout West Virginia. We have earned a reputation for excellence in the legal community. We continue to build on this reputation by helping clients achieve the best possible results in a wide range of legal matters. Providing full-service legal representation to our clients, we focus on matters of family law and divorce, including domestic violence, legal separation, child custody, child support, grandparent visitation, pre-nuptial agreements, equitable distribution, alimony, abuse and neglect, and guardianship.

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Join Our Firm A young, eager Howard H. Baker Jr. and equally eager Robert F. Worthington joined to form Baker Worthington in Knoxville in 1957, and in many ways this represented Huntsville’s Baker law firm establishing a presence in Tennessee's third-largest city. Initially the relationship was social, the two meeting when their wives were in a mutual friend's wedding. But it wasn't long before this evolved into a productive business partnership of two sought-after, talented lawyers.

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19 April 2006 www. workplacelaw. net Welcome to issue no. 227 of your weekly Workplace Law members' ebulletin. At Workplace Law, we love to help you. Our membership services team are available between 9am and 5pm on 0870 777 8881 for friendly, confidential advice on employment law, health and safety, and premises management. Contents 2. News 1. This week: Construction health and safety hits the headlines 2.

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Information If you have been out of the workforce for some time, you will need to update yourself on changes that have occurred in the field of employment protection. There have been some substantial changes and acquainting yourself with these developments will help you to maximise your rights. Employment protection developments 1993-2014 The following is a summary of the legislation that has been introduced in this period concerning employment protection: Employment Permits (Amendment) Act 2014 amends and extends the Employments Acts 203 and 2006 through the provision of 9 different types of employment permit and changes to the criteria for issuing employment permits.

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Right to Work Frequently-Asked Questions What is the Right to Work principle? The Right to Work principle--the guiding concept of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation--affirms the right of every American to work for a living without being compelled to belong to a union. Compulsory unionism in any form--"union," "closed," or "agency" shop--is a contradiction of the Right to Work principle and the fundamental human right that the principle represents.

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Equal Rights Publication ERD-8298-P PDF versions of this publication. Follow this link to obtain the Free PDF Reader. The information in this brochure should be regarded as only a summary of the overtime regulations. You are urged to contact the division for more details as they apply to a specific situation. The links (bookmarks) in the Table of Contents take you to that section in this Publication.

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Our pro bono team will be posting blogs with tips on how to make the most out of pro bono at The University of Law. Check back regularly for the latest updates! Latest articles: What’s in your legal skills toolbox?! Over the past few months students have dropped into the Employability skills office in Bristol to feed back their tales (some bad and some good!) of interviews and assessment days.

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Burnetts is one of the most prominent solicitors’ practices in the North. Its departments encompass corporate and commercial litigation, personal injury, clinical negligence, family law, residential conveyancing, agriculture, construction & engineering and probate. The firm continues to expand from their strong company and commercial base while retaining and developing strength in niche areas such as employment, planning and education related work.

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Dual-degree holders can combine their social work and legal backgrounds. Related Articles Juris Doctor and Master of Social Work joint-degree programs allow students to pursue the two degrees concurrently. Before entering a JD/MSW program, applicants should consider the benefits of getting social work and law degrees. Prospective students may base their decisions on the reduced cost of attending a dual-degree program or on the availability of public-interest-law training.

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PRACTICE AREAS Do you have questions about a legal matter? Do you need a listening ear and sound legal advice? We will listen -- and we can help. At Wood & Wood, LLP. we understand complex relationships of all sorts, from marriages to business partnerships. So when an issue arises in one of your relationships, you can count on our team to deliver the sound advice, innovative approaches and creative solutions that your business or you personally need to protect your interests.

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