The University of California has announced the launch of a new online law course, which will begin in January. College officials said that this course will provide students with a comprehensive plan on how to prepare, draft, file and prosecute patent applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO). The course is designed for… Read More

Even though 151,000 people went back to work in October, employment growth is still slow. To make ends meet many are taking minimum wage jobs while going back to school (or just to bridge the gap). If you’re considering a low-paying job, we’d like to share some minimum facts on minimum wage.… Read More

Throughout America’s history, there have been thousands of criminals. The Pew Research Center reported that in 2008, there were 2.3 million individuals behind bars.And then in 2009 approximately one in 31 U.S. adults were behind bars or on probation. From America's beginnings as a dumping ground for England's criminals, individuals who defy the law have… Read More

You may think that background checks are for high level FBI and CIA agents only, and that you or I couldn’t ever get one on a potential employee or babysitter. This is not true… Read More