Tag Archives: Work

Potential Effects of Tax Reform on Work (Guest Posts @ On Labor Blog)

Shu-Yi Oei Diane Ring and I were invited to write a guest post for the On Labor blog, to explain the potential effects of tax reform on work arrangements for a labor law audience. There was some interest in tax … Continue reading

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Finding Work in the United States: Tips and Insights

In this video, attorney Jacob Sapochnick speaks with personal injury attorney Mitch Jackson and gives viewers insights on how to secure a job in the United States as a foreign worker, how to penetrate the market, and stand out from … Continue reading

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Personal Forex Trading Tips That Make Sense

Attempting to learn about currency pairs and figuring out how to spot trends can seem like Greek to an otherwise, astute individual. Playing in the financial market is a dangerous game due to the complex nature of the market and … Continue reading

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Obsession About Work. Is That A Good Thing Or A Bad Thing?

Are You the Manic-Obsessive Type? – The Careerist. Wait a minute. Don't clients want a lawyer who is "inflexibly, excessively, and compulsively committed" and who finds it "difficult to disengage"? Legal problems can be all-consuming; and, face it, our clients … Continue reading

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Will my Lender work with Me after Filing a Florida Foreclosure?

It is difficult to work something out with a lender especially if they have already filed for foreclosure. However, sometimes it does help to have an attorney represent you and negotiate with opposing counsel. Many times a workout can be … Continue reading

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