Read Amy Epstein Feldman and Robin Epstein's posts on the Penguin Blog The next best thing to having a lawyer in the family. Can you win monetary damages for bad sex? Can you get fired for being too fat? Can you sign your mother-in-law into a nursing home against her will? For anyone whoas ever had a legal question that seemed too odd or embarrassing to seek counsel, So Sue Me, Jackass! is a surprising and entertaining collection of factual and funny QaAs that combines engaging wit and sensible legal advice. Attorney Amy Epstein Feldman and her sister, humor writer Robin Epstein address a wide range of legal issues encountered in daily life, including jobs, relationships, home, family, pets (yes, pets), privacy, and deathaand they relate outrageous anecdotes of laugh-outAsloud legal fiascos. So Sue Me, Jackass! may not keep you out of litigationabut it will keep you in stitches.This doesna#39;t mean you cana#39;t polish your image to stand out from the crowd, but if you step over the line and lie, there ... A: Employers can ask if you have ever been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor. ... In many jurisdictions, courts have programs for first-time nonviolent offenders that will aexpungea their conviction records if the person has complied with the terms of probation and stayed out of troubleanbsp;...
|Title||:||So Sue Me, Jackass!|
|Author||:||Amy Epstein Feldman, Robin Epstein|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2009-09-29|