From all of us at the Radoslovich Law Corporation… Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!
If nothing else, this blog title should help generate web-traffic to the Radlaw website. Unfortunately, the title of this post has more truth to it than we would all hope. CNN is reporting that a federal judge in Georgia was arrested for purchasing drugs for a stripper friend. You can view CNN’s article at http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/11/18/georgia.judge.arrested/index.html…. Read more »
It is popular for employers to check the Facebook and MySpace pages of current employees and/or potential employees. However, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has taken action to limit an employer’s ability to make decisions based on an employee’s social network site posts. Recently, the NLRB charged a company for illegally firing an employee… Read more »
I recently came across an article written by Robert Celaschi for Comstock Magazine that may interest many tax conscious business owners. He writes that many business owners do not seek research and development tax credits due to the fact that the former tax laws made it too difficult to obtain the credit. However, the law… Read more »
We now have a new blog here at www.radlegal.com. Our attorneys are going to take turns taking time to write blog posts. Our goal is to keep you informed on events at our firm, legal issues as well as other current events. Every once and a while, one of our attorneys may go off subject… Read more »
Radoslovich Law Corporation has the knowledge and experience to handle almost any legal issue your firm may encounter. Our attorneys provide a sophisticated array of legal business services to an ever-growing multistate client base. We know every facet of business operations from formation to dissolution. Advice on launching a company or development Solid arrangements for… Read more »