Theft

  • Drawing the line on personal use: Lawyers Weekly

    … Drawing the line on personal use: it’s a challenge to handle employees distracted by technology at work By Saul Chernos, Lawyers Weekly, December 23, 2016 issue Use of company time for personal business is hardly new. But rapid advances in high-tech, hand-held communications have ratcheted things up a notch. Read Richard Johnson’s perspective on this evolving employment law issue in Lawyers Weekly here. The post Drawing the line on personal use: Lawyers Weekly appeared first on . …

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  • Texas Theft Laws

    … an attorney for an immediate consultation. If you or someone you know has been charged with theft in Texas, you owe it to yourself to hire a strong legal representative. Matthew D. Sharp can help protect your rights. Contact his office today at 713-868-6100. Photo henry liu | Used under Creative Commons image attribution license 2.0 …

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  • Trio Makes off with $418,793 from Casino

    … Trio Makes off with $418,793 from Casino Posted by Matthew Sharp under Identity Theft, Theft February 10, 2016 Casino Conspiracy Leads to Long List of Charges In January of 2016, two men and a woman were taken into custody in Pennsylvania and charged with a huge list of offenses. These charges stemmed from a clever and complicated plot…

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  • Grand Theft Auto: Not Just a Video Game

    … Grand Theft Auto: Not Just a Video Game Posted by Matthew Sharp under Theft December 30, 2015 Car Theft Laws in Texas In Texas, taking something that belongs to another can be prosecuted as criminal theft. This applies to instances involving the unlawful appropriation of any type of property, including motor vehicles. However, stealing a car…

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  • Roe v. BC Ferries: A trifling theft is still a theft

    … the matter. The take away for both employees and employers is that a trifling theft is nonetheless a theft. All employees, particularly those at the management level, are expected to respect their employer’s property and not treat it as their own. The post Roe v. BC Ferries: A trifling theft is still a theft appeared first on . …

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