Local Attorney Jennifer Williamson named to Florida Public Service Commission Nominating Council
The government wants large trucks and buses to use speed-limiting devices to promote greater safety and fuel economy.
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We have all heard the infamous words “You have the right to remain silent – anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law”. We equate that to being arrested. Well we also need to stop and think before we post to social media.
Beginning in December 2016, millions more employees will become eligible for overtime pay. As a result, employers need to start preparing for the changes now. On December 1, 2016, significant changes to overtime regulations, known as the Final Rule, will become effective by the Department of Labor’s recent revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act. These revisions impact overtime payments to your exempt employees under the executive, administrative or professional category, as well as highly compensated employees.
“Just because you set your Facebook privacy setting to allow only “friends” to see your photos doesn’t mean they won’t wind up as Exhibit A in court.”
The time is fast approaching when cars will drive themselves. Who will be responsible if a collision happens?
Bloomberg examines this complicated legal question.
United Way of Martin County’s CHARACTER COUNTS! program, in partnership with Martin Health System and the Business Development Board of Martin County, recently honored Crary Buchanan, Attorneys at Law, with the fifth annual Business of Character Award.
Evans Crary, Jr, presented the Frances Langford Humanitarian Award to Douglass and Patricia Stewart at the United Way Foundation Luncheon
Crary Buchanan is a proud Sponsor of the 1st Annual Martin County Estate Planning Council Symposium