Vincent Malcolm

Vincent Malcolm, a dynamic legal professional, thrives on empowering individuals through the intricate maze of law. As an accomplished attorney, he brings an exceptional depth of expertise to the table. Vincent's adeptness spans diverse realms, including civil law, contracts, property rights, family matters, and tort. Renowned for his insightful and pragmatic approach, he is passionately committed to delivering clear and concise guidance, demystifying complex legal concepts. With a distinct talent for making the law accessible, Vincent stands as an unparalleled authority, bridging the gap between individuals and their legal needs with unwavering dedication.

Employees

What You Need To Know in Managing a Unionized Workplace

Collective bargaining agreements (CBAs) outline terms and conditions of employment, and employers must negotiate in good faith to remain compliant. Disciplinary actions must be justified, non-discriminatory, and in accordance with the CBA’s procedures. Strikes and lockouts are regulated by the NLRB and should not involve violence or intimidation. Employers must withhold union dues from employee […]

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Avoiding the sex offender’s register with the help of a sexual offence solicitor

A sexual offence investigation may be one of the most traumatic situations that you find yourself in. It can affect all aspects of your life, including your livelihood, your finances, your relationships with friends and family, your social reputation and your mental health and well-being. It can be emotionally challenging for even the strongest of

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An introduction to no-fault divorce

A divorce is a legal process of ending a marriage that has been held for 12 months or longer, and in most countries, it requires a valid reason for the dissolution of the marriage. In the past, couples had to prove that their spouse was guilty of adultery, abuse, or abandonment to obtain a divorce;

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Conflict with Neighbors: How Susceptible Are You?

Neighborly disputes are common, ranging from noise pollution to shared boundary issues. Research zoning laws, consider litigation services, and communicate openly with neighbors to prevent conflicts. Be civil and maintain mutual respect and understanding to promote a safe environment in the neighborhood. Stay aware of local laws and regulations to avoid potential legal issues. Take

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What are Your Rights as a Hit-and-Run Victim

A hit-and-run is defined as a car accident in which one driver leaves the scene without stopping to provide assistance or identify themselves. Hit-and-runs can be dangerous because they delay medical attention and often cause emotional trauma for victims and their families. As a hit-and-run victim, you have the right to compensation, access to information, file

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Essential Laws You Need to Know When Renovating Your Office

• Business owners must obtain the proper building permits and ensure their office complies with local building codes. • All aspects of the office must be accessible to people with disabilities as per ADA requirements. • Environmental laws must be followed to prevent hefty fines for pollutants released into the air, ground, or water. •

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Petition for Divorce: When Love and Respect Isn’t Served Anymore

Marriage is a beautiful union, but if it’s affecting your mental and emotional well-being, a divorce petition may be necessary. Reasons for filing for divorce include infidelity, abuse, irreconcilable differences, financial issues, communication breakdown, and substance abuse. The process of filing for divorce involves filing a petition in court to attend any court hearings. Hiring

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