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Forward Law Firm Celebrates Victorious Outcome in Recent Legal Battle

Published On: November 16th, 2023

Forward Law Firm is delighted to announce a significant success in a recent legal dispute, achieving a favorable outcome for their client under the guidance of Attorney Philip K. Calandrino.

Confronted with a lawsuit for alleged non-compliance, the client sought legal representation from Forward Law Firm. Attorney Philip K. Calandrino, well-regarded for his proficiency in business law, adeptly navigated the complexities of the case, culminating in a successful resolution.

The plaintiff initially sought damages, alleging non-compliance by Forward Law Firm’s client. Through strategic legal maneuvers and meticulous negotiation, Attorney Calandrino secured a settlement for Forward’s client, totaling an impressive $65,000 and other favorable terms.

Forward Law Firm excels in providing comprehensive legal solutions for businesses, demonstrating expertise in various aspects of business law. This recent success underscores the firm’s commitment to safeguarding clients’ interests and ensuring favorable resolutions in legal matters.

The $65,000 settlement not only showcases the firm’s proficiency in negotiation and legal strategy but also highlights Forward Law Firm’s unwavering dedication to securing optimal outcomes for clients.

Remaining at the forefront of the legal landscape, Forward Law Firm consistently delivers successful results, upholding its reputation as a trusted and reliable partner for businesses navigating legal challenges.

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Forward Law Firm is business law firm, recognized for delivering effective solutions and successful outcomes for clients. With a focus on navigating legal complexities through preventative strategies, the firm stands as a trusted partner for businesses facing challenging situations.

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Navigating the Department of Labor’s New Overtime Regulation: What Business Owners Need to Know

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Starting July 1, 2024, salaried workers earning less than $844 per week will be eligible for overtime pay. This threshold will rise to $1,128 per week on January 1, 2025. Business owners must review their employees' salaries and adjust their compensation structures accordingly to ensure compliance.

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