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How Long Does It Take to Settle an Employment Law Claim?

Published on Aug 20, 2020 at 3:56 pm in Environmental Law.

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Filing an employment law claim is not something you do lightly. When you choose to file an employment law claim, you are probably more worried about getting justice than how long it will take. But as you get further into the process, you probably want to know how long the claim will take to settle just so you fully understand what you are getting in to.

What Do Environmental Protection Laws Limit?

Published on Apr 25, 2019 at 11:15 am in Environmental Law.

Keeping the environment safe is in everyone’s best interests. We need to be able to drink water, breathe the air, and eat the foods that are grown in our soil. When we’re unable to do that, society suffers. There are laws in place called environmental protection laws that are supposed to keep individuals and businesses from causing harm to the environment which in turn may harm others. These laws function by placing limits on what a person or company can do and cannot do regarding how they dump chemicals or hazardous products, how they interact with the soil, water, or air, and how they use chemicals that may filter into natural areas.

Here’s a brief summary of how some of these limitations work and in what circumstances:

The Top Environmental Concerns that Arkansas Residents Should Know About

Published on Sep 25, 2018 at 1:11 pm in Environmental Law.

While there are state and federal regulations in place to protect our citizens, environment, and natural resources, there are entities out there that disregard those laws. When they do that, they are not only harming our planet but the the people within our communities. If you’ve been affected by another party’s illegal environmental actions, our Little Rock environmental lawyers can help.

Environmental law exists to protect and regulate our natural resources for the benefit of everyone. If a person or company breaks an environmental law and others suffer as a result, that party should be held accountable for their actions, so they do not harm anyone again. You may be concerned about the possible risks you and your family could be subjected to. Let’s take a look at some of the primary environmental concerns Arkansas residents should know about.

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