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“If I had the opportunity to go back, I would not change too much. I get tremendous satisfaction from helping clients. Brinkley Walser Stoner is my idea of what a law
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David E. Inabinett, Managing Member of Brinkley Walser Stoner, has been selected once again by his peers for inclusion in the 28th edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the fields of Elder Law, and Trusts and Estates.
As a business owner, you must be prepared to deal with problems or challenges that may impact the growth and future success of your company. Whether you’re operating a small business with 1-5 employees or an organization with 20 employees, here are three steps that you should take to protect yourself and your business from employment lawsuits.
Preparing to send your child off to college for the first time (or even subsequent years) can be both exciting and stressful. The to-do list can seem endless, from buying sheets and towels to confirming the drop-off date and rules. There are a few things (from a legal perspective) you will want to consider adding to the list:
Being convicted of Driving While Impaired or (DWI), is a very serious matter. A DWI can be based upon impairment involving alcohol, prescription drugs, illegal drugs or other impairments. According to, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration “Interactions between alcohol and other substances in the body such as certain medications or illegal drugs increase impairment and make driving more risky.”