|Legal question for the lawyers out there||Kristin|
Nov 25, 2001 6:54 PM
|I have a question about something unnerving that occured at my office. I don't think I want to post the details here. If its okay for me to email you offline, please respond in kind. Thanks!|
|re: Legal question for the lawyers out there||Dog|
Nov 25, 2001 8:05 PM
I won't post my office email here, as I'll end up getting a bunch of junk email. I already do at Yahoo, though.
Don't send anything secret or personal, though. Just generalities at this point.
Feel free to email there.
|re: Legal question for the lawyers out there||jtolleson|
Nov 25, 2001 8:43 PM
|Ditto... you can use my personal acct.
Caveat: Many legal issues are governed exclusively by state law. Though there is tremendous similarity among MOST jurisdictions, there's no substitute for local advice.
|re: Legal question for the lawyers out there||zzz|
Nov 25, 2001 10:12 PM
|This is a good resource for problems women face in the office/work environment. |
U.S. Department of Labor
230 S. Dearborn Street, Room 1022
Chicago, IL 60604
Phone: 1-800-648-8183 or (312) 353-6985
Nov 26, 2001 8:41 AM
|zzz...this is great. I will contact them initially. I bet I can find out everything I need to know here.
Thanks for the reference!
|Kristin- unrelated to law- books||peloton|
Nov 26, 2001 10:59 AM
|Try this book Kristin.
Nutrition Concepts and Controversies by Frances Sizer and Eleanor Whitney. Wadsworth Publishing Co. 1997 seventh edition Belmont, CA
This book is a 100 level college nutrition book, and it gives a basic overview of many facets of nutrition. Pretty easy read too. I'm still waiting on more ideas from a nutritionist friend. That's all I have in my possesion that would be easy to understand, and still give you some good ideas. Hope this helps some.