Questions to Ask Your Potential Lawyer in Nevada

Posted by Neil Shouse | Oct 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

So, you may have recently found yourself in a situation where you need a lawyer. Maybe you have recently been arrested, maybe you decided on a divorce, or maybe you have issues related to immigration. No matter the reason, legal matters are never easy to deal with. That is why it is helpful to work with an experienced attorney who works in your area and is well-respected.

Can I be fired in California for crossdressing at work?

Posted by Neil Shouse | Oct 03, 2016 | 0 Comments

California and federal law prohibit discrimination and harassment based on gender, gender identity or gender expression. In the article, a top California criminal defense attorney explains your rights and remedies if you have been wrongfully treated based on cross-dressing or other behavior that does not conform to gender stereotypes.

When can I use someone else’s photos on my blog or social media page?

Posted by Neil Shouse | Sep 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

The United States Copyright Act generally prohibits the copying of other people's creative content, including photos. Violation can subject you to civil damages, an injunction, and even a criminal fine and a stint in federal prison. But you can protect yourself by using free photos or obtaining a license from the copyright holder. We tell you how.

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