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If you have been charged with a crime, your freedom – even your life – may be at stake. You need to enlist experienced, trustworthy legal counsel who can guide you through the complexities of the law and aggressively advocate for your interests and rights. We specialize in all manner of criminal law representation, and are available to provide you with expert counsel. However, many of your questions may be answered in the following list:
- When do I need an attorney?
The safest and wisest decision is to always approach your criminal charges with adequate representation. We suggest that you enlist the services of an expert criminal lawyer immediately.
- How to choose an attorney?
When it comes to criminal law, nothing beats knowledge and experience. When looking for a lawyer, try to find someone who has a proven reputation for excellence both in and out of the courtroom.
- Do I really need an attorney?
If you are facing criminal allegations, then the short answer is “Yes.” Attempting to navigate the complicated world of criminal law without adequate representation is like signing your own conviction.
Business law differs from all other branches of law, and in many ways is the most complicated of the disciplines. At Kazembe & Associates, we have successfully represented businesses internationally since 1996. Our comprehensive knowledge of the international business laws governing international transactions and organizations has enabled us to win full and fair compensation for our clients in cases. If you are looking for legal representation in your business dealings, please contact us for more information.
Countries, states, cities all have regional laws governing business operation. It is illegal to operate a business without the proper licenses and documentation.
The first step when starting a business should always be to ensure that you have the correct legal documents in place. Our business law professionals can help make sure that all of your boxes are ticked and that you are legally established as a company.
If you are entering into any type of contract and/or providing services to any person or entity, it is important to ensure that your business dealings are protected by full disclosure and a legally binding agreement. The team at Kazembe & Associates can help you draft your terms and conditions and ensure that you are protected from any form of litigation or legal dispute.
If you are working for someone, or if you have any employees under you, then you are subject to the various intricacies of employment law. To better familiarize you with this branch of the legal profession, we have compiled the following list of FAQs:
If you or someone you know is suffering any type of irregular treatment on the basis of your age, you may have a legitimate age discrimination case. Contact the team at Kazembe & Associates for more information.
- What is the basis of an equal pay claim?
- What is a wrongful dismissal?
Wrongful dismissal—also referred to as wrongful discharge or wrongful termination—refers to the termination of an employment contract that violates either the terms of the contract or the state law governing employment.
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