As a business owner, you want your website and other social media presence to be accessible to as many people as possible. Unfortunately, some businesses unknowingly exclude people with various types of disabilities (particularly those involving vision and hearing) from being able to fully use their websites and other sites where they have an online presence. Not only do you limit your audience and prospective customers and employees. You run the risk of facing a lawsuit for lack of accessibility.
Like your friends and family members in Louisville, you want your share of the American dream. Purchasing investment property is one of the best strategies for securing economic freedom. Of course, owning rental units may also expose you to some legal liabilities you would rather avoid.
As a business owner, you know that discriminating against an applicant or employee because of their religion is illegal. So is subjecting a person (or allowing them to be subjected) to harassment in the workplace because of their religious beliefs -- or lack thereof.
Many divorced parents can't hide their negative feelings toward their exes from their children. Even though experts universally caution parents not to criticize one another in front of or directly to their children, they do it anyway. Sometimes they can't help themselves. Other times, they're hoping to be the favorite parent.