•You should have a working knowledge of the process of handling allegations of employee misconduct so you won’t have to learn while dealing with a stressful situation.
•Learn how to investigate allegations of employee misconduct thoroughly and legally. It can save stress, time, and money.
•Become apprised of some recent trends and current concerns regarding employee misconduct. KEEP IN MIND
•Having a plan in place for dealing with employee misconduct will minimiz
Roberts and Blackledge recently negotiated a settlement for a Seminary man who filed suit against Covington County and a Covington County sheriff’s deputy in March, alleging abuse and false imprisonment. Toby Davis, a resident of Seminary, stated in his lawsuit that last January, a Covington County sheriff’s deputy followed his vehicle for six miles to his residence in a patrol car without flashing any lights or attempting to stop him. The deputy then accused Davis of illegal
Every person owning forestlands should work with a professional to develop an estate plan, tailored to the individual needs of their family. To develop this plan, you should obtain and follow the professional advice of a trusted attorney, accountant, forester and others. Then you should work with your attorney to execute a will that addresses disposition of your assets, and also execute appropriate documentation concerning decisions that others will be able to make on your