BREAKING Trump Was Up All Night With Attorneys– Emerged With BIG Charges For Someone This Morning President Trump’s unconventional way ofdoing business in Washington has raised a lot of eyebrows. His background in business is one that puthim in a position with a whole lot of latitude. A businessman’s job is to work the systemin the smartest way possible to achieve the goal and to only bring in the lawyers if thingsgo south and can’t be handled with a handshake. President Trump’s new job in the Oval Officeis literally plagued by lawyers. Listening, analyzing, and in some cases, twistingfor their own devices. President Trump’s interactions with formerFBI Director James Comey no doubt intended to be a “lets get on the same page” kindof event but considering that President Trump tends to be an off the cuff kind of guy andJames Comey tends to be a by the book kind of guy, it’s safe to say that they didn’tsee eye to eye on everything. This led to a less than productive workingrelationship and the eventual firing of Comey. Which of course caused all the lawyers wholike to pick apart every single thing that the President does to sing with glee. They felt like this would be a great opportunityto pick him apart. However, when they called James Comey to speakunder oath, all that they found was a whole lot of reading into body language and “hoping”that the left decided to assume was illegal activity. But as was said in the hearing, nobody evergot sent to jail for “hoping” somebody would do something. Because of the way these allegations of misconductwith James Comey have drug on and brought no actual proof of wrongdoing, the Presidenthas decided to do something about it. Via CNN: “Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump’slegal team, in the wake of damning testimony from James Comey, plans to file a complaintagainst the former FBI director with the Justice Department Inspector General and the Senatejudiciary committee early next week, two sources with knowledge of the situation told CNN. The Justice Department, however, has limitedjurisdiction over former employees. They can investigate but the remedy in theevent of finding wrongdoing would be to make a note in Comey’s file should he ever seekto be employed by the Justice Department again. As a businessman, Trump had a long historyof threatening legal action. But the businessman-turned-president rarelyfollowed through on those claims. The new complaint will focus on Comey’stestimony that he gave a friend the content of memos about his conversations with Trumpand asked the friend to then give that information to a reporter. Comey said Friday that he gave the friend— later identified as Daniel Richman, a longtime Comey confidante and Columbia Universityprofessor — the information after Trump tweeted that he may have tapes of his conversationswith the fired FBI director. ‘My judgment was I needed to get that outinto the public square. So I asked a friend of mine to share the contentof the memo with a reporter,’ Comey said Thursday. Trump’s attorney, Marc Kasowitz, could filethe complaints early next week, one source said. Republicans have looked to discredit Comeyby calling him a ‘leaker’ because of the way he disseminated the information aboutTrump. Comey said Thursday that the memos he wrotewere unclassified. Disseminating unclassified information isgenerally not considered leaking and the President did not assert executive privilege over Comey’stestimony. The President himself accused Comey of lyingand leaking Friday on Twitter. ‘Despite so many false statements and lies,total and complete vindication…and WOW, Comey is a leaker!’ Trump tweeted Fridaymorning. The source said the fact that Comey decidedto disseminate the information because of a tweet was ‘gold’ for the lawyers lookingto file a complaint against the former FBI director. ” While it may be somewhat uncharted territoryfor a suit like this to go forward, the President has been plagued by those who will do anythingto make his presidency a failure. He’s kind of like a warrior being held downby a dozen tiny men who want to keep him down, and at some point, he has to stand up andthrow them off. If the media and the lawyers on the Hill whowant to pick him apart decided that they won’t quit, he’s going to have to hit them whereit hurts, otherwise, they’re keeping him from doing his job; and that’s not ok. (Source: CNN).
Every day thousands of people show up for a job they hate. Is it because the work is knuckle-scrapingly hard? No. Is it because the job is mind numbingly boring? No. It is because every day someone at that place of work makes life miserable for that employee. It makes suffering through until days' end almost unbearable. It rears its ugly head as discrimination, be it sexual, racial, ageism or religious. It's a boss who sexually harasses an employee or someone who chronically tells lewd, unwelcome jokes in the workplace. It's a fellow employee in the next cubicle who gossips, bullies, sabotages or belittles the accomplishments of his neighbor and the boss who allows such behavior.What these people are experiencing is a Hostile Work Environment and the U.S. Government passed laws like Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination in Employment Act of1967, and The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 to prevent such things.In America, we have the inalienable right to the pursuit of happiness. We have the right to work a job without being made to suffer to do it. While women have long found themselves the focus of unwanted or unwelcome attention such as this in the workplace, they are not alone suffering this kind of humiliation in Hostile Work Environments. But with the sexual revolution of the 60's and 70's, as more women found their way into the workplace, they were the first to bring the problem of Sexual Harassment and Hostile Work Environment to the attention of the courts. With the awareness in the last two decades of the ramifications of bullying and incidents that inspired phrases like 'going postal', it would seem that this kind of situation should be lessening in the workplace. But every day, it goes on. Every day, employees reach their limits. They are desperate to keep their jobs in a worsening economy and are forced to swallow their anger.Kenneth Wygand, a Los Angeles accountant, found himself the unwelcome target of Harassment by a boss who learned of Kenneth's homosexuality. Kenneth became the brunt of office jokes and was intentionally left out of meetings. When he complained to a partner in the firm, he was assured that something would be done, but nothing was, and afterward, was characterized as 'difficult.' His supervisor continued to harangue Kenneth, pushing him to quit, rallying the other employees to ostracize him as well for fear of losing their own jobs. He was given terrible reviews and missed out on salary increases. But the boss simply defended his actions, saying that Kenneth was not performing up to standards. Out of desperation, Kenneth consulted a Hostile Work Environment Attorney and sued his former employer, and won a sizable case.The fear of losing ones job is a powerful force. So many remain silent in the face of this destructive and debilitating behavior. But if the situation warrants, an experienced Hostile Work Environment Attorney can be your advocate where there is none in the workplace. If you feel you are a victim of a Hostile Work Environment, contact a Hostile Work Environment Attorney who specializes in workplace harassment issues who will help you get the compensation you deserve.
Indian Attorneys are people who have gone to law school and who practice the law. They must pass a big exam called the bar exam. This is what makes a student a certified attorney. Sometimes students can have a hard time determining what kind of law they want to practice because there are so many different types.
First, you need to consider all areas of the law. Once you have narrowed your choices down to a three you should start seeking as much information on those choices that you can possibly fund. You will also want to determine what type of firm you want to practice. Maybe you want to do corporate law where you have the opportunity to make partnerships or maybe you want to head out on your own.
There are so many areas of the law that some lawyers specialize in a couple areas, while some focus on just one area of the law. Practicing attorneys that do a generalization of many areas of the law are called general practitioners.
They don’t focus on all the areas, but they choose many areas in which to have great knowledge of. Specialists focus on one area. You may have criminal attorneys, tax attorneys, women’s rights attorneys, and so on. A general practitioner can handle most legal issues that are common.
If you are involved in a complex case or case that is worth a lot of money or a serious matter you will want a specialist. In some cases, people will have multiple attorneys so that they can make sure that their case is being handed to the firm’s full capability and so on.
When it comes to the lawyers, you will mostly see what special training they have gotten. Attorneys are just the name for anyone who can represent you in a court of law. They too have to pas a bar and are state certified. Any lawyer can be an attorney. The only thing is that some lawyers do not litigate.
IT )S BECOME AN ALL-OUT (AD BATTLE IN ONE NEW MEXICO TOWN. AFTER SOME OUT OF STATE LAWYERS LOOKING FOR BUSINESS ACCUSED A HEALTH CARE CENTER OF POOR SERVICES. THE HEALTH CENTER STRUCK BACK WITH A UNIQUE STRATEGY. NEWS 13 )S MADELINE SCHMITT EXPLAINS. IN TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES. NEWS SPREADS FAST. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "Everyone does know about it, it )s a small community". ESPECIALLY WHEN IT )S IN THE SIERRA COUNTY SENTINEL. THE AREA )S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, OWNED BY FRANCES LUNA. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "We publish every Friday. We hit the street before the chickens are up". MORE THAN 4 THOUSAND HARD COPIES ARE DELIVERED, MAILED AND DELIVERED TO LOCAL STORES EACH WEEK. BUT BY 6 O )CLOCK ON FRIDAY, MAY 19TH. PAPERS WERE NOWHERE TO BE FOUND. THAT WEEK )S EDITION CONTAINED THIS AD. ARIZONA ATTORNEYS -- SLAMMING THE LOCAL SIERRA HEALTH CARE CENTER FOR POOR OPERATIONS BASED ON MEDICARE INSPECTIONS. THE AD DIRECTS PEOPLE TO MEDICARE )S WEBSITE TO PROVE ITS CLAIMS. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "Apparently the general manager and staff from Butte, totaling more than 10 stores, including Walmart and purchased every paper they could get their hands on". LUNA WAS LEFT FRUSTRATED AND IRRITATED. SHE THINKS THE EMPLOYEES -- WHO DIRECTLY TOLD HER WHAT THEY DID -- SPENT MORE THAN A THOUSAND DOLLARS BUYING UP THOSE PAPERS. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "It hurt the advertisers that week, as well as the readers that week". THEN. SOMETHING INTERESTING HAPPENED. Madeline Schmitt/KRQE. Com/Madelin eSchmitt "The following week )s paper had two ads. The same one from the attorneys in Arizona. But right next to it, another full page ad. And this one from Sierra Health Care Center". IT HAD TESTIMONIALS FROM PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES. TURNING THE FIGHT INTO AN ADVERTISEMENT SHOWDOWN. LUNA SAYS SHE )S NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "This was never meant to be personal against the healthcare center or their staff". MADELINE SCHMITT,. Frances Luna/Owner, Sierra Co. Sentinel "It )s just business". KRQE NEWS 13. THE ATTORNEYS BRINGING THE LAWSUIT SENT NEWS 13 A STATEMENT SAYING THEY STAND BEHIND THEIR AD. WE )VE POSTED THE FULL TEXT OF THAT STATEMENT ON KRQE DOT COM. BY NEWS TIME, THE SIERRA HEALTH CARE CENTER HAD (NOT RETURNED A REQUEST FOR COMMENT.