Mike Bradon

The Strangest Labor Laws From Around the World

Whether you’re considering finding a job abroad, or you’re just curious about how your benefits and entitlements differ compared to other areas of the world – there are a number of international working rules that may surprise you. Here are seven weird working rules from around the world (that may…

What Rules and Regulations Govern Workers’ Compensation?

Every state has laws that require employers of a certain size to provide employees with workers’ compensation benefits. Governed by state law, workers’ compensation laws are in place in every state to protect employees against loss of income and for medical payments because of work-related injuries, accidents, illness, or disease.…

Is a Repeal on Drug Laws a Smart Idea?

Despite decades of prohibition and intensive law enforcement efforts to get rid of illegal narcotics, traffickers still find ways to flood cities across the world with the products, a steady stream of drug offenders still pour into jails, and tons of cocaine, heroin and other Class-A drugs continue to cross…

The Basics of Criminal Defence

For the average person, familiarity with the criminal justice system comes from various sources, namely from movies, television, and books. However, when we become personally involved in the criminal law system, real-life issues come into focus and the need for information and assistance can arise quickly. Unlike traffic violations or…

Understanding the Patterns of Crimes

Crime statistics refer to systematic and quantitative results regarding crime. However, it is argued that crime statistics are notoriously unreliable as the patterns of crime were not treated with considerable caution. So, today, let’s analyze the problems in crime patterns! Why Is the Crime Rate Higher in Urban Areas? It…

How Does the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Work?

If your visa application has been refused, or your visa has been cancelled, you may be able to apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) to have the decision reviewed (commonly known as an appeal). This process, often referred to as a merits review, is where the AAT determines, based…