What are the US laws concerning breaks and lunches?
The only Federal law governing breaks and lunches is a mention under the FLSA requiring that employees be paid for any break that is less than 20 minutes long. There is no Federal requirement that an employee be granted meals or lunches.
Some states have adopted laws and some, such as those in California, are rather complicated, but most states do not regulate this particular topic.
What state(s) are you working in?
Virgina has just pass a no smoking in public and working as a restaurant manager, I was wondering if I in violation if i denied my employees smoke breaks? Or am I required to give them a five minute break every four hours
Under some US state laws and most European labor laws, yes. But they are subject to various restrictions as to when and for how long. The US federal wage and hour laws do not require lunch or coffee breaks. However, when employers do offer short breaks (usually lasting about 5 to 20 minutes), federal law considers the breaks as compensable work hours that would be included in the sum of hours worked during the work…
Generally speaking, a mixed economy is one with a large degree of private enterprises combined with governmental programs and laws concerning that are part of a nation's economic system. One example of this is the economy of the United States. Free enterprise powers the US economy, however, the economy of the US is subject to various laws and regulations concerning its economy.
US Courts do not levy taxes. The Federal, State, Local legislature levvies taxes by making laws to be enforced by appropriate branches. The US Federal Tax Courts handle cases involving disputes and many breaches concerning the US tax laws. Thye do not levy or make the tax laws. Most States have a similar system.
What are the recent laws concerning drivers under the age of 18 who are involved in traffic fatalities?
what is the law concerning restraunt workers getting breaks & lunch-breaks My employer says she dosent have to give us any breaks in Florida.?
In the United States, the US Supreme Court takes on cases, usually begun in lower courts concerning laws and issues concerning the US Constitution. It's rare, but the Court can act on its own on constitutional matters and decide if a law meets the standards of the US Constitution. The Court has nine members and a majority vote decides the matter in question.
What are some guidelines and laws concerning interstate travel of registered sex offenders who have completed supervision in the US?
In the United States, the US Supreme Court ensures that laws passed by Congress and signed into law by the US President, are "Constitutional". The Court can wait until a case concerning a law is brought to the Court, or in some cases the Court acts on its own. To act without a case being brought to its attention & declared as unconstitutional was established in 1800.
There are many federal laws concerning driugs, but states do have the ability to write their own laws withoin the confines of the federal laws, but sometimes as we have seen recently they can go against federal law and do something like decriminalize a drug like marijuana. So in the broad sense yes they are fairly uniform, but as you look closer each state has the ability to modify how its laws are enforced.
Usually, yes. There are certainly property-transfer laws (especially concerning land ownership) that may not be recognized due to Israeli land-transfer laws. (Most of these concern Arabs acquiring land in Israel that is owned by the JNF either directly or indirectly.) However, most provisions in a US will should stand up in Israel.
This is not is in the constitution. The constitution gives Congress the power to restrict immigration. The president has the power and the duty to enforce immigration laws passed by Congress. I can not tell you exactly what the immigration laws are, but actions of the president concerning immigration must be based on immigration laws. If not, federal courts can rule them void and disallow them.
They operate outside the US, where our laws can't touch them. Inside our country, they operate in states with weak laws concerning them (California, Utah, Hawaii, and Louisiana) or as religious organizations, or names similar to bonafide institutions. See the Related link below for more information.
Which department of the executive branch is the most frequent litigator in the federal court system?
The question is much too broad to even be addressed in a general way. The entire nation is governed by laws of ALL types - concerning every facet of our daily lives. You will have to narrow down your question and be much more specific about what area of the law, or what it is that you are specifically seeking.
Speaking in terms of the United States Constitution, states with the USA cannot pass laws that contradict laws and regulations that are specifically intended for the US Federal government. By the same token, all powers not given to the Federal government are left for the US states to deal with. For example, states in the USA may create laws concerning violations of state statutes. The imposition of a sales tax or its removal is a…