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Vlog: September 13th

ARGH you ready for this week’s vlog? Watch as Tom and Aubree discuss maritime law and PIRATES today! If you have any questions or topics that you would like us to address in a future vlog, contact us today! 

Vlog: September 6th

For this week’s video blog, Tom Winslow explains why he become an attorney. If you have any questions or topics that you would like us to address in a future vlog, contact us today! 

A Man Spent 82 Days in Jail on Meth Charges…The Meth Was Actually Honey

I tell clients all the time that lawsuits happen.  You can not prevent a lawsuit, only prevent your liability in a lawsuit.  At the same time, arrest happen.  If the police want to arrest you they can – they have the right to legal detention – however your guilt is what needs to be determined.  Just like you need to […]

Vlog: August 30th

For this week’s video blog, Stephen Goldfinch discusses probate litigation. If you have any questions or topics that you would like us to address in a future vlog, contact us today! 

8 Things The Corporate World Can Learn From Political Campaigns

Think of your absolute worst HR nightmares. That pretty much sums up how a political campaign operates. The best two words to describe the campaign workplace is unprofessional and hostile.  You’re targeting a lot of specific demographics so things are said that many would take as sexist, racist or at a minimum stereotyping. You’re constantly being degraded, cursed at and […]

Vlog: August 23rd

For this week’s video blog, Nicole Gattis tells us a little bit about herself and her role at Goldfinch Winslow, LLC. If you have any questions or topics that you would like us to address in a future vlog, contact us today! 

Age Discrimination – Are You Too Old To Work?

Alf Clausen, who composed the music for “The Simpsons” for 27 years, filed suit against Fox on Monday alleging that he was fired due to his age.  Clausen, 78, was let go in 2017. According to the suit, Clausen was informed that the show was “taking the music in a different direction.”  “This reason was pretextual and false,” the suit […]

Lawmakers Amending Federal Labor Law

The U.S. House of Representatives is considering a bill that would amend the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) to strengthen union power and create stiffer penalties for employers that interfere with workers’ collective bargaining rights. The Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, H.R. 2474, was introduced by Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va. Proponents of the bill say it will strengthen workers’ […]

Vlog: August 9th

For this week’s video blog, Tom sits down with Kelly Packer, Goldfinch Winslow’s State Bar Certified Paralegal & Licensed Private Investigator, to discuss how having her on the team is an advantage to both the law firm and our clients. If you have any questions or topics that you would like us to address in a future vlog, contact us […]

Neil Armstrong Walked On The Moon, But Not Out Of The Operating Room

Recently, the 50th Anniversary of the first moon landing occurred on July 20, 1969.  Stepping out on July 21st, Neil Armstrong stated “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”  Unfortunately, on August, 7, 2012, Neil Armstrong was unable to step out of the operating room due to what was alleged to be malpractice.  As a result, an Ohio hospital […]

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