Hardly a day passes without the evening news or the local paper mentioning drugs and drug charges. While the frequency of these charges has increased recently, the consequences have remained rigid. North Dakota State Law According to North Dakota state law, it is a class C felony to possess most […]
Generally speaking, a misdemeanor is a crime that has a maximum penalty of up to one year in jail or prison. In the United States, each state is able to classify different levels of misdemeanor crimes.
Drinking alcohol and driving is not a good mix, and a DUI is not something you want on your record. With the holiday season in full force, there’s bound to be people drinking at holiday parties, on New Year’s Eve, and more. We want you to stay safe (and smart) […]
Various issues can always arise when starting a business, especially when ownership and responsibilities are not clearly laid out from the start. When starting a business, it is crucial to discuss ownership, compensation, and responsibilities. This can be challenging when a business is first forming and those roles are evolving […]
An asset is defined as, “property owned by a person or company, regarded as having value and available to meet debts, commitments, or legacies.” As a result of legal liability, assets can be levied upon by creditors. Protecting assets is not about hiding assets, it is about utilizing options to […]
In real estate transactions, dual agency means one real estate agency or firm represents more than one party. For example, a real estate agent becomes a dual agent when he or she represents both buyer and seller. Dual agency also arises when the same real estate agency or brokerage firm […]
Before pursuing litigation, it is important to consider the value of your case. An accurate assessment of your case’s value, meaning how much you stand to gain if you are successful, is crucial to making important decisions at each step of the litigation process. How to calculate the value of […]
Generally, employers own work email accounts. Employers typically own the computer used to access the email, servers, and other data. Accordingly, emails sent and received on work email accounts are the property of the employer and can generally be monitored by the employer. Employees should not expect email messages to […]