Daily Archives: February 13, 2012 - 3 results


Posted 3 years ago in Labor and Employment by Courtney Sherwood  
When Does Flirting Become Harassment in an Office Romance?

Asking your crush out on a date is daunting enough when “I’m not interested” is the worst possible outcome. When the cutie you’ve been eying sits in the next cubicle, you could be risking your job if you go about it wrong. The good news: dating a co-worker is perfectly legal. The bad news: That doesn’t mean it won’t get you fired. If you’re hoping to kindle a workplace romance this Valentine’s Day, a little preparation can help you avoid …

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Posted 3 years ago in by Jennifer King  
6 Ways to Increase Your Chances of an IRS Tax Audit

  The deadline for filing your income tax return is rapidly approaching. Filers are often tempted to fudge the facts on their tax returns in an effort to get a bigger refund. But that tactic can backfire on you, resulting in an Internal Revenue Service Audit. Here are six of the more common ways of increasing your chances of an audit. 6. Suffer certain types of losses. If you claim a business loss or rental property loss, it may send …

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Posted 3 years ago in Litigation by Keith Ecker  
13-Year-Old Sex Abuse Victim Wins $15.4 Million

In early summer of 2005, a 13-year-old boy sought counseling at a Virginia facility known as Empowering Families. The counseling center was run by a man named Daniel Price, who had employed a counselor by the name of James Davis who was assigned to the boy’s case. Davis had just been hired by Price a few months prior to counseling the boy. Throughout the course of the counseling, Davis allegedly made repeated sexual advances toward the boy and on several …

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