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Using a GPS to Track an Ex-Spouse

Most of us have watched television shows and movies where spouses hire private investigators to track their husbands or wives. They are usually trying to prove infidelity or other bad behaviors such as drug, alcohol, or spousal abuse. Today, people are turning to GPS systems to do the work digitally. Many states consider this kind » Read More


Google Employees Stage Walkout

The world’s most visited website became the subject of its own search engines in October when Google employees around the world walked out in protest of the company’s handling of workplace sexual harassment. The allegations that launched the walkout were reported by The New York Times and detailed two Google executives whom the newspaper claimed » Read More


Giving Gifts After Divorce

For many families after a divorce, the holiday season brings stress and anxiety about a host of new issues. Questions arise, such as how to plan family time and manage everyone’s expectations in a changed family dynamic. Among those stressors is how to handle the traditional aspect of holiday gift-giving. For divorcing parents, the goal » Read More


Wearable Technology Devices Factor in Personal Injury Claims

According to the latest data, one in every six American consumers utilizes a form of wearable technology. These devices include fitness monitors, watches, and other apparatuses designed to track and analyze information about the user and their physical habits and activity. These devices continue to become more popular as we find new and beneficial ways » Read More


Age Discrimination and Employment Law

The diverse United States workforce today includes many workers over the age of 40, 50, and 60, as people live longer lives and remain gainfully employed. Employment laws in the U.S. prohibit employment discrimination based on age, but regrettably, illegal discrimination does still exist across all segments of the economy. Many people have questions about » Read More


Drunk Driving Over the Holidays

The holiday season is ideally meant to be a time for merriment, friends, and family. Yet, statistically it is also among the more dangerous times of the year on the road due to the increased risk of drunk drivers. Every year, holiday drunk driving accidents and fatalities increase, beginning with the night before Thanksgiving through » Read More


Fired Without Warning

Being fired from a job without warning is one of the most stressful things a worker can experience. Depending on the type of employment, an employee may have a legal cause of action against their former employer for wrongful termination. Termination of “At Will” Employees Workers who have not signed employment contracts with their employers, » Read More


New Jersey and Child Relocation

For many couples, an otherwise amicable separation can turn downright heated when one parent expresses their intention to relocate with the children. Laws regarding child relocation vary from state to state. In New Jersey, parents generally need permission from the other parent, or the courts, to move the child a significant distance from the other » Read More


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Using a GPS to Track an Ex-Spouse

December 12, 2018
Most of us have watched television shows and movies where spouses hire private investigators to trac..

Google Employees Stage Walkout

December 10, 2018
The world’s most visited website became the subject of its own search engines in October when Goog..