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The Minimum Wage for 2019 in the USA, France and Germany

April 30, 2019

The Minimum Wage for 2019 in the USA, France and Germany

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CAN A BREACH OF CONTRACT JUSTIFY CORPORATE VEIL PIERCING?

April 23, 2019

CAN A BREACH OF CONTRACT JUSTIFY CORPORATE VEIL PIERCING? By Samira Schakirova Law Clerk Bridgehouselaw LLP In a recent North Carolina Business Court decision, the court reviewed whether a breach of contract itself was sufficient to pierce the corporate veil. Plaintiff Kerry Bodenhamer Farms (KB Farms) and Defendant Nature’s Pearl entered into a written supply…

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Notre-Dame – A Monumental Loss

April 16, 2019

Notre-Dame – A Monumental Loss By Laetitia Aria Law Clerk Bridgehouselaw LLP On April 16, 2019, Notre-Dame in Paris caught fire. No matter whether people are religious or not, catholic or not, everybody was moved by the photos and videos of Notre-Dame in flames. All around the world, people were shocked by this horrific scene.…

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ALDI vs LIDL – Go cheap or go home

April 15, 2019

ALDI vs LIDL – Go cheap or go home By Marlene Pauli Law Clerk at BridgehouseLaw LLP Nachdem Aldi schon seit Jahrzehnten gut etabliert im US –Markt für Lebensmitteldiscounter ist, zog Lidl 2017 nach und versuchte ebenfalls im Land der unbegrenzten Möglichkeiten wirtschaftlich Fuß zu fassen. Dass die Möglichkeiten tatsächlich, vor allem in wettbewerbs –…

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NC Voter ID and Income Tax Cap constitutional amendments voided

April 4, 2019

NC Voter ID and Income Tax Cap constitutional amendments voided[1] By Samira Schakirova Law Clerk at Bridgehouselaw LLP The North Carolina State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NC NAACP) and Clean Air Carolina filed a lawsuit in Wake County against State House Speaker Tim Moore and State Senate President…

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The College Admissions Scandal – Can Money Buy Everything?

April 2, 2019

The College Admissions Scandal – Can Money Buy Everything? By Letitia Aria Law clerk at BridgehouseLaw LLP On March 12, 2019, fifty people were charged in federal court by the U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts for illicitly gaining admission for their children to highly selective universities, including Georgetown, the University of Southern California,…

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Wanderregeln in Österreich

April 2, 2019

Wanderregeln in Österreich Alpenliebhaber aufgepasst: Sollten Sie einen Wanderurlaub in Österreich geplant haben, gibt es bald besondere Regeln zu beachten. Momentan erarbeitet das Bundesministerium für Nachhaltigkeit und Tourismus für Wanderer in den österreichischen Alpen einen Verhaltenskodex mit dem Namen „Aktionsplan für sicheres Almen“. In diesem soll das Verhalten in der Nähe von Weidetieren, der Mindestabstand…

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U.S Federal Employment Benefits By the Numbers

March 29, 2019

U.S Federal Employment by the numbers. When will certain laws apply to your Company? post: March 29, 2019.

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Dual Citizenship-Do you want to become an US-citizen, but also keep your German Citizenship?

March 25, 2019

Dual Citizenship Do you want to become an US-citizen, but also keep your German Citizenship?

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“Click Here to Accept” a Non-Competition Agreement?

March 19, 2019

“Click Here to Accept” a Non-Competition Agreement? by Nicole Murphy Attorney BridgehouseLaw LLP If you have a smartphone or most any electronic device, you have likely seen a window containing a long list of terms and conditions appear with an instruction to click “I AGREE” in order to download the necessary software. But how many…

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