What is the law which prohibits companies from engaging in price fixing?
The Sherman Anti-Trust Law.
I have a class A, CDL and drive for a company in Arkansas. Does this company, by law, have to pay me overtime?
No. Companies are not required to pay overtime!
What is the Work Hours Act of 1962?
The Contract Work Hours Act of 1962 is a Federal law that covers safety standards. The Work Hours Act sets the stage for overtime pay after 40 hours and prohibits unsanitary, hazardous or dangerous working conditions. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Law of war prohibits the intentional attack on whom?
The law of war prohibits intentional attack on whom?
Civilians and noncombatants
Asked in Labor and Employment Law
Can a previous employer answer the reason you are no longer employed there?
Sure. No law prohibits that.
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, State Laws
What law prohibits publice officials from holding meetings not to open to the public?
The type of law that prohibits public officials meeting in secret is generally called a "Sunshine Law" or more specifically, an "Open Public Meetings Act" or some similar name. ...
Would California State labor overtime laws supersede the city and county of San Francisco overtime labor laws?
Yes. State law "trumps" local law when the two contradict.
Where can I find out about overtime laws in Texas?
There are several online websites that clarify the overtime laws for the state of Texas. You can only check with most law firms or attorneys. Most of them are knowledgeable about overtime laws. ...
Asked in New York
New york stated law no dogs in public building what law?
what new york state law prohibits dogs in public buildings
Asked in Politics and Government
Is there any law prohibiting relatives of incumbent barangay officials to run for office?
No law prohibits a relative to run for office.
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Criminal Law, State Laws
Can a convicted felon own a muzzleloader in Kentucky?
No, but Kentucky law prohibits only the possession of a HANDgun by a convicted felon. It is FEDERAL law that prohibits any person convicted of a felony from possessing ANY firearm anywhere, including Kentucky. ...
Asked in Firearms
What state can you buy a gun if have a misdemeanor domestic charge?
None. FEDERAL law prohibits it.