4 Employee Laws Small Business Owners Should Keep In MindEntrepreneurs need to be aware of the constantly changing and often modified employee laws when running their business.
Will Enhanced Gun Laws Curb Mass Shootings?Is Our Violence Problem Really A Gun Problem?
Mass. Lawmakers Urged To Update Public Records LawFirst Amendment groups, journalists and others say the state public records law is archaic, and they are pushing for revisions. A legislative committee reviewing the law expects to decide within months whether to recommend changes to the 40-year-old statute.
Daily Talker: Should You Be Held Responsible For Texting A Driver Who Gets Into A Crash?A New Jersey court ruled people who knowingly text another person who is driving can be held liable if there's an accident. Is that fair?
Coakley Looks To Expand Mass. Wiretapping LawsAttorney General Martha Coakley and other law enforcement officials have launched a renewed push to expand and update state wiretapping laws that predate cellphones and other modern forms of communication.
What You Need To Know When You Are Somebody’s Ex-SpouseIf your marriage is rocky or you have begun to use the divorce word in arguments, there are some things you can do to be better prepared if you decide to go forward with a divorce.
Looking At The Law: Reversing Your ReviewWBZ's Neil Chayet has a case of poor peer reviews.
Looking At The Law: Fighting Fire With FireWBZ's Neil Chayet says you can't always fight fire with fire.
Looking At The Law: The Last Word Is Truly Your LastWBZ's Neil Chayet says your dying words still count in a court of law.
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Looking At The Law: The Price Of AdmissionWBZ's Neil Chayet says the curtain has closed on this case.
Looking At The Law: No DoubtWBZ's Neil Chayet talks video games and rock bands.