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Attorneys Obtain Favorable Outcome for Veteran

Attorney Michael Tinari recently obtained a favorable settlement on a pro bono basis for a United States Air Force veteran who was medically retired due to extreme Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety, and depression.  The father of four young children was unable to leave his house, or be employed in any meaningful way due to his Read More

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Understanding Non-Compete Agreements

As part of an employment contract, employers commonly require employees to sign non-compete agreements, which prohibit them from working for a competitor, and non-solicitation agreements, which prohibit them from soliciting the employer’s customers, when the employee leaves his/her job. But are employees still bound by those prohibitions once the employment contract expires and the employee Read More

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Grammatical Errors Can Be Costly in Contracts

When is a comma not just a matter of punctuation? When a missing comma in a law allows employees to gain overtime pay. Pursuant to Maine law, employees are exempt from overtime pay if their jobs involve the “canning, processing, preserving, freezing, drying, marketing, storing, packing for shipment or distribution of” certain food products. Drivers Read More

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