Law & Legal Issues
Should telecommunications company disclose minutes of usage?
What sort of qualifications do you need for telecommunications jobs?
Asked in Civil Lawsuits
What information should never be disclosed when online?
What is a condition that is diagnosed by a psychologist and treated by a psychologist that if diagnosed it is something the patient should not disclose to anyone?
Asked in Insurance, Auto Insurance
Can you get insurance on a car that I own but can not drive it no longer until doctors okay my condition without primary driver?
Does vehicle dealer have to disclose recall information?
Where should I go for an education in telecommunications?
Asked in Human Behavior
When you are asked who are you what you should say?
Asked in Police and Law Enforcement
If asked should police disclose they are police?
No, undercover officers are not required and should not disclose that they are the police. There is no law in any state in the US that calls for such a disclosure. All departments have rules of disclosure for uniformed officers. They must give anyone asking their identification number (badge number)
Asked in Food & Cooking, Alcoholic Beverages
Do you have to disclose drink allergens in your public bar?
What classes should I take as a Computer Science major in order to get a job in the telecommunications field?
Asked in Mental Health
When should a therapist disclose conflicting beliefs?
Asked in Debt and Bankruptcy
When filing chapter 13 should all debt be included?
Is there a penalty in NJ for not having your 17 year old listed as an occasional driver while having a permit?
Asked in Business Writing
How should corrections to meeting minutes be handled?
Asked in Companies
If a company elect to resist unionizaton what steps should the company follow?
Asked in Relationships, Cheating
Should you tell the other persons partner that they cheated on them with your partner?
It's natural to want to seek revenge on the people who had the affair. However, you should proceed with caution before disclosing this affair to the other betrayed party; you have no idea what their reaction will be, or if there is the potential for you to be mixed up in an angry scene or even possible violence. If you do decide to disclose, disclose from a safe distance---by phone, email--and take the time to take a few deep breaths and subdue any anger or vengeance in your thoughts before you disclose. Simply state the facts and the evidence you have and do not comment on your own feelings or have any discussion about your relationship to this person. The last thing you want---or should--do is disclose in the heat of anger.