As our loyal readers may know, Eric Solotoff blogs annually about the so-called “New Year’s Resolution Divorce,” where the number of new clients walking through our doors spikes at the beginning ofÂ
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A jury has awarded $2.6 million to a facility manager at Pinnacle Engineering and Pinnacle Project Services Inc. who was fired for falsely representing that he had a chemical engineering degree
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