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    Employer’s Guide to Disability Leave

    If one of your employees has a chronic illness or is unable to perform their job functions as a result of injury or illness, that employee may need to take disability leave until they are able to work again. As an employer, you need to understand what disability leave is, how it differs from other […] More

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    Text Message Laws Every Business Needs to Follow

    Text message marketing, also known as SMS marketing, is becoming a poular marketing channel. This rapid rise has many businesses scrambling to incorporate text message marketing into their marketing strategies. Before you get started, however, it is critical to understand the laws surrounding this marketing method. Even though you may not intend to break the […] More

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    The TRACED Act: How to Protect Your Business

    As the 116th United States Congress neared the end of its first session, legislators from both sides of the aisle set their sights on robocall practices. The Pallone-Thune Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act, sponsored by Sen. John Thune (R-South Dakota) and Rep. Frank Pallone (D-New Jersey) was signed into law by President Trump […] More

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    How To Preserve Evidence of Internet Defamation

    In today’s online world, anyone and everyone are vulnerable to potentially defamatory online statements and attacks. Internet defamation can carry grave consequences for affected individuals and businesses. Victims of internet defamation may even suffer depression or other mental and emotional effects. Businesses also face the risk of decreased profits, negative publicity and impairment of reputation.  […] More

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