Tag Archives: Forget

Happy Labor Day! And don't forget immigrant workers

To many Americans, Labor Day is a day to relax and mark the end of the summer. Do not forget that immigrant workers were central to the creation of Labor Day. For a thumbnail sketch of that history, which includes… … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget CALI

CALI (The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) is a non-profit consortium. CALI focuses on computer legal instruction.  CALI is best known for its CALI lessons and tutorials, along with the CALI Awards (officially CALI Excellence for the Future Awards).  … Continue reading

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Dear Senate: Don't forget to ask Kavanaugh about immigration

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh Leon Fresco, an immigration attorney in Holland & Knight's Washington office and former deputy assistant attorney general for the Office of Immigration Litigation, in CNN reminds people that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should be… … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget to Hit “Delete”: FTC Blog Post Clarifies COPPA Information Deletion Requirement

Most companies are familiar with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and its requirement to obtain parental consent before collecting personal information online from children under 13.  Yet COPPA also includes an information deletion requirement of which companies may … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget to Include Client Responsibilities in Your Fee Agreement

Your attorney fee agreement should not only state your responsibilities as the attorney, it should also include a provision setting out the client’s responsibilities. Check out these sample provisions. An agreement required by Bus & P C §6148 must set … Continue reading

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